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It is incumbent upon each of us to seriously ponder our future. It is imperative that each of us be willing to study, once again, the great principles upon which this country was built.  Such a study demands that we re-familiarize ourselves with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

We must re-read our Declaration of Independence.  We must read the words of wisdom and warnings delivered by our Founding Fathers.  In short, we must be completely familiar with the principles of liberty, because those principles made us, and only those principles will keep us. 

We must teach these basics to our children, for the public schools have a different agenda.

Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks.
Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again,  poor fools.
And their grandchildren are once more slaves.
~D.H. Lawrence, Classical American Literature, 1922



We have been lied to!

Yeah, so what's new?

Did you know we shipped 550 metric tons of "yellowcake" uranium ore, removed from Tuwaitha, Iraq, to Canada for their power plants as partial payment for their help in the liberation in Iraq?   That is enough to make 100 medium sized Nuclear BOMBS!  Yeah, Saddam had no WMD... uh huh.

All the while we are STILL being told the lie that "there was no WMD."

Isn't this the basis for the chant "Bush lied" that everyone says?

Then this is a lie too? "We have known for many years that Saddam Hussein is seeking and developing weapons of mass destruction..." - Ted Kennedy (September 27, 2002)

Ever wonder what the Liberal Press and Democrat Congress WON'T DO to mislead us?


Least we forget:

In 1998, the U.S. Congress passed, and President Bill Clinton signed, the Iraq Liberation Act.  That Act stated, "It should be the policy of the United States to support efforts to remove the regime headed by Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq, and to promote the emergence of a democratic government to replace that regime."  This legislation passed the Democrat controlled House by a vote of 360 to 38, and it passed the Democrats Senate without a single vote in opposition.

Kinda removes the validity of the ignorant chant "Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11" that is also used repeatedly to mislead us.  No one ever said it did, so why the continual repeating of the statement by the Democrats and their puppet press?


On 11 November, President Bush noted:  "While it is perfectly legitimate to criticize my decision or the conduct of the war, it is deeply irresponsible to rewrite the history of how that war began."



"The disconnect between what Democrats are saying about Iraq and what is actually happening there has reached grotesque proportions. Democrats won an exhilarating electoral victory in 2006 pledging withdrawal at a time when conditions in Iraq were dire and we were indeed losing the war. Two years later, when everything is changed, they continue to reflexively repeat their 'narrative of defeat and retreat' (as Joe Lieberman so memorably called it) as if nothing has changed... Obama and the Democrats would forfeit every one of these successes to a declared policy of fixed and unconditional withdrawal. If McCain cannot take to the American people the case for the folly of that policy, he will not be president. Nor should he be."
---Charles Krauthammer


A popular Leftist bumper sticker during the Vietnam War read:
"What if they had a war, and no one came?"
An appropriate sticker for today might ask:
"What if the U.S. won a war, but the media didn't report it?"
Or, another appropriate sticker might ask:
"What if they really found WMD, but the media didn't report it?"



Note to those still voting for Obama:

"Barack Obama, parroting the received wisdom of the Democratic foreign policy establishment, said that victory in any meaningful sense was not only unlikely, but that the presence of large numbers of American soldiers actually fed the insurgency and decreased the prospects for stability."

If the war is LOST, then why is Al-Maliki declaring that Al-Qaeda, (our enemy and responsible for 9/11), has lost in Iraq?

Facts:   Fifteen of eighteen benchmarks have been reached, all the parties are in negotiation over future politics, al Qaeda is close to dead at the hands of the US and the Iraqis, and oil contracts are being handed out amid four-year lows in violence.  Attacks in Iraq are down more than 90 percent over the previous year.


"Let me be as clear as I can be," says Obama.  "I intend to end this war.  My first day in office I will bring the Joint Chiefs of Staff in and I will give them a new mission and that is to end this war - responsibly, deliberately, but decisively."

The only way to end a war "responsibly, deliberately and decisively" is victory.
Don't grab defeate out of the jaws of victory, please! 


Arguably, since our nation's founding, no candidate has been less qualified than Obama to be his political party's nominee for president of the United States.  And nowhere is Obama more ill prepared than in matters of national security.

Barack Obama, the national security neophyte, continues to prove himself unworthy of the title "Commander in Chief."  Obama tripped up on national security numerous times this week. First, as the situation in Iraq continues improving, Obama continues to stick by his 16-month plan for withdrawal.  However, his campaign did scrub his Web site over the weekend, removing all criticism of the surge.  Instead, it cites an "improved security situation" en route to advocating more change (read: retreat).  Barack will travel to the Middle East beginning today, with a stop in Europe on the way.  And he will have groupies -- namely ABC anchor Charles Gibson, CBS anchor Katie Couric and NBC anchor Brian Williams, who will tag along and fawn appropriately.

Next up, the infamous New Yorker magazine article referenced above quotes Obama as saying, "My grandfather signed up for a war the day after Pearl Harbor was bombed, fought in Patton's Army. He saw the dead and dying across the fields of Europe; he heard the stories of fellow troops who first entered Auschwitz and Treblinka..."  Obama stuck his foot in his mouth on Auschwitz before, and we noted that the Red Army of Soviet Russia liberated that camp.  Treblinka, on the other hand, was closed and destroyed by the Germans in 1943.   Oops.

Finally, a gaffe that is far more worrisome than the others:  According to Obama, the U.S. "cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set."  He continued,  "We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."  Wait a minute.  Will this "national security force" also wear brown shirts? Oddly enough, it seems that Obama's campaign realized that wouldn't fly -- the line was stricken from the transcripts given to the media, though it is still in the video posted on YouTube.

And tell me why again we want this man as our Commander in Chief? - jb



You think the war in Iraq is costing us too much?

Still want to vote for Obama over McCain?   Think again!




Obama Just Doesn't get it yet!
"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." --Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Yesterday, in a narrow 5-4 vote (Scalia, Alito, Roberts, Thomas and Kennedy), the Supreme Court reaffirmed, in District of Columbia v. Heller, that the people's inherent right to keep and bear arms is plainly enumerated in our Constitution. The Court ruled that the Second Amendment ensures an individual right, that DC could not ban handguns, and that operable guns may be maintained in the homes of law-abiding DC residents.

In a masterful feat of doubletalk, Barack Hussein Obama, who erroneously asserts, "The notion that somehow local jurisdictions can't initiate gun laws isn't borne out by our Constitution," claims the Supreme Court agreed with his interpretation.

Mind you, this is the same Barack Obama who recently said, "I have never favored an all-out ban on handguns," even while denying the plain truth that his signature appears on a questionnaire indicating that he does favor such a ban; the same Barack Obama who recently said during a 16 April debate when asked by Charlie Gibson whether the DC gun ban is consistent with the Constitution, "Well, Charlie, I confess I obviously haven't listened to the briefs and looked at all the evidence."

Would Obama make the same argument about local jurisdictions regulating issues like segregation? Does he suggest, by extension then, that our national Constitution can be amended by judicial dictates and local ordinances?

I can't help but ponder how future 2A cases would fare if the Obama/Clinton ticket wins in November and then stacks the courts with judicial activists who subscribe to their adulterated view of a "Living Constitution."



Michelle Obama says her husband will fight for equality for gays just as he fought to help working-class families overcome poverty.

The wife of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama spoke Thursday night in New York City at a fundraising dinner for the Democratic National Committee's Gay and Lesbian Leadership Council.

She spoke about her husband's record pushing for workplace discrimination legislation in Illinois when he served in the Legislature there.

Barack Obama has said it should be up to individual states to decide whether to allow gay marriage.  Michelle Obama says he wants equal treatment for any relationship recognized under state law.



And you still think Obamama is better than McCain?  Think again. -JB


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The first document of the founders was written before America was even a united nation. That first document is the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson, already proven to be a Deist and not a Christian, wrote this document. In the Declaration God is referred to as Nature's God, the Creator, Supreme Judge of the World, and divine Providence. Nowhere in the Declaration is God referred to as Jesus, Jehovah, or any other Judeo-Christian name. If America was intended to be a Christian nation the Declaration of Independence would have been filled with Biblical references. But the contrary is true. There is not one reference in it to the Bible or any Christian character or dogma.

I agree, see what Ronald Regan said about this, he said it well.
Just above that, read what our Constitution actually says about it. - JB



"The big difference between Republicans and liberal Democrats is the way each party views people. Republicans see us as individuals and respect our God-given human dignity. To liberal Democrats, we're not individuals; we're members of a herd with all the dignity of a cow or pig dependent on its owner for daily rations of hay or slop... They submerge us into pools that define us as members of groups instead of as what we are as God sees us - as any father sees his children - each being different from one another, and each child being a separate and distinct individual with his or her own specific talents and abilities, and all deserving of his love... This Marxist view of human nature embraces group-think, despises individuality, and seeks to eliminate all vestiges of the dignity to which every human being created in the image and likeness of God is entitled. Only the hopes and aspirations of the groups matter, and they matter solely because they create dependency on the state - which seeks to supplant God as the source of all that is good and necessary for survival." ---Michael Reagan

Read: The Democrats still don't get it.



And what about Obama? I can just see the Republican's commercial now:

Opening up with the Reverend and his G-D America rant, then going to the announcer explaining how it was that Oprah quit the Church because she wanted no part of such attitudes, and Rev. Wright attacked her for it, then maybe a picture of Wright with Farrakhan and Qaddafi, then maybe Wright with the Obamas on their wedding day, and closing with something like,  "It's not a question of free speech.  It's not about religious freedom.   It's about judgment, and whose you trust your future to..."




If it takes Obama 20 years to notice that his pastor is a traitorous, racist nut-job, it will probably take him his full term of office to realize that the U.S. has been invaded and subdued by al-Qaida. Let's just hope President Obama pays closer attention during national security briefings than he did during 20 years of the Rev. Wright's church services." ---Ann Coulter



As one of our founding fathers once said:
 "[D]emocracy will soon degenerate into an anarchy, such an anarchy
 that every man will do what is right in his own eyes and no man's
 life or property or reputation or liberty will be secure, and every
 one of these will soon mould itself into a system of subordination
 of all the moral virtues and intellectual abilities, all the powers
 of wealth, beauty, wit and science, to the wanton pleasures, the
 capricious will, and the execrable cruelty of one or a very few."
 -- John Adams (An Essay on Man's Lust for Power, 29 August 1763)
 Reference: Original Intent, Barton (338); original The Papers of
 John Adams, Taylor, ed., vol. 1 (83)
 

So, go ahead and vote for a "Democrat", you will get just what John Adams and the
others knew they would be. That is also why we are not, and were never supposed
to be a "democracy"!
- John Beaman -   Read more...
Still don't believe it? Maybe you need a refresher course: Read this.


And what about Obama? I can just see the Republican's commercial now:

Opening up with the Reverend and his G-D America rant, then going to the announcer explaining how it was that Oprah quit the Church because she wanted no part of such attitudes, and Rev. Wright attacked her for it, then maybe a picture of Wright with Farrakhan and Qaddafi, then maybe Wright with the Obamas on their wedding day, and closing with something like,  "It's not a question of free speech.  It's not about religious freedom.   It's about judgment, and whose you trust your future to..."




If it takes Obama 20 years to notice that his pastor is a traitorous, racist nut-job, it will probably take him his full term of office to realize that the U.S. has been invaded and subdued by al-Qaida. Let's just hope President Obama pays closer attention during national security briefings than he did during 20 years of the Rev. Wright's church services." ---Ann Coulter



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