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Thursday, April 30, 2009

100 Days Of Communism

One hundred days after the inauguration of B. Hussein Obama and we have a sickness of "pandemic proportions" on our hands. Not only that, but multiple communistic measures have passed congress, including the new budget. Some car manufacturers are now owned by the government and there is a national shortage of guns and ammo.
The bottom line? No progress.
Obama, you are not God.
Obama's Hamiltonian schemes have only helped America further toward her demise.
It's an interesting irony...today is the 33rd anniversary of the unconditional surrender of the South Vietnamese to the Communists of Northern Vietnam. Unconditional. After all the blood, sweat, and tears to keep Vietnam free.
Now, I won't get into the politics of whether or not we should have been there, I believe we should have been. Our guys did a heck of a job, but were shot down by their own government.
Those were the days of warriors.
From the beginning of this nations history, warriors, people who were ready, willing and able to fight in defense of the things they held dear, were an accepted part of society. Although perhaps misunderstood at times, it was realized that there were things worth fighting and killing and dying for.
That all changed after Korea.
American soldiers were trained to fight for values, sent overseas, but when they returned they were outcasts.
America has lost her warrior spirit. The feminization of our culture has taken over everything, including the military. True warriors are frowned upon as radical idealists.

I trust, with God's help and by his grace, that our descendants will not have to say that America was unconditionally surrendered to the enemy.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Cracker said...

Its kind of ironic really. 100 years ago people would say a black would be president when pigs fly. Now, 100 days after a black is president, Swine Flu.


LOL!

May 1, 2009 at 10:33 PM  
Blogger Stephen Boyd said...

That's racist!!!

Thanks for the comment. ;)

May 11, 2009 at 1:54 PM  

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