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Lost and Found – September 23rd Edition

What to remember about September 23rd…

  • 1779  John Paul Jones captains U.S. ship Bonhomme Richard to victory over 2 British warships, when asked to surrender he says famously “I have not yet begun to fight
  • 1780 British Major John André is arrested as a spy by American soldiers, Benedict Arnold’s exposed as a traitor
  • 1806  Lewis and Clark expedition returns from their two and a half year exploration of the Louisiana Purchase
  • 1908  Chicago Cubs win pennant versus New York Giants with controversial call at second base
  • 1941  The first gas chamber experiments are conducted at Auschwitz
  • 1949  American singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen is born
  • 1969  Trial of the “Chicago 8” begins over the violent protests at the Democratic National Convention
  • 2009  Fidel Castro praises President Barack Obama for his apology before the United Nations over global climate change

castro loves obama

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Lost and Found – September 23rd Edition

What to remember about September 23rd…

  • 1779  John Paul Jones captains U.S. ship Bonhomme Richard to victory over 2 British warships, when asked to surrender he says famously “I have not yet begun to fight
  • 1780 British Major John André is arrested as a spy by American soldiers, Benedict Arnold’s exposed as a traitor
  • 1806  Lewis and Clark expedition returns from their two and a half year exploration of the Louisiana Purchase
  • 1908  Chicago Cubs win pennant versus New York Giants with controversial call at second base
  • 1941  The first gas chamber experiments are conducted at Auschwitz
  • 1949  American singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen is born
  • 1969  Trial of the “Chicago 8” begins over the violent protests at the Democratic National Convention
  • 2009  Fidel Castro praises President Barack Obama for his apology before the United Nations over global climate change

castro loves obama

Lost and Found – September 23rd Edition

What to remember about September 23rd…

  • 1779  John Paul Jones captains U.S. ship Bonhomme Richard to victory over 2 British warships, when asked to surrender he says famously “I have not yet begun to fight
  • 1780 British Major John André is arrested as a spy by American soldiers, Benedict Arnold’s exposed as a traitor
  • 1806  Lewis and Clark expedition returns from their two and a half year exploration of the Louisiana Purchase
  • 1908  Chicago Cubs win pennant versus New York Giants with controversial call at second base
  • 1941  The first gas chamber experiments are conducted at Auschwitz
  • 1949  American singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen is born
  • 1969  Trial of the “Chicago 8” begins over the violent protests at the Democratic National Convention
  • 2009  Fidel Castro praises President Barack Obama for his apology before the United Nations over global climate change

castro loves obama

Let Them Eat Pizza!

Let Them Eat Pizza! – Posted on MySpace April 10th, 2009 at 11:33 am

Anyone that follows politics is used to hypocrisy. Our current system is so compromised by cronyism, pay-for-play, and outright fraud that we have become desensitized to it. Could this actually be part of the plan? I mean, we have the heads of the Senate and House committees on banking not just taking contributions from the bailed out but still failing banks and financial institutions they are supposed to oversee, but actually getting mortgages with their help. The savior appointed to head the Treasury Department is not only a tax cheat, he’s the guy that for 2 years formulated government financial policy leading up to the current economic crisis. There are even government agencies searching the backgrounds of private citizens because they have the temerity to question or disagree with the policies of the current administration. What happened to the rally cry of the left shouted so loudly these last 8 years… “Dissent is patriotic”? Apparently the cry can’t be heard because their mouths are full of pizza.

Here we have an administration that claims that the environment is a more critical issue than the state of the American economy. The situation is so dire that we need to regulate not just what cars you can buy, what temperature your thermostat can be set at, but even the amount of CO2 you exhale. Apparently we must be told how to act for our own safety. We, the people, are no longer competent to run our own lives in the face of this impending apocalypse. We must be ruled, ruled by those that can make tough choices and tell us of the sacrifices necessary for our future. But sacrifice is for the common man, not our ruling elite.

Our leaders must have the freedom to act on our behalf. They need the freedom to fly in private jets to tropical islands to discuss the dangers we face from our own irresponsibility. They need the freedom to tax American industries for their pollution and then give that money to other nations so that they can build their economies in an eco-friendly manner even though Americans at home need jobs. They need the freedom to monitor your home energy consumption and to limit it when they feel you are abusing the privilege of paying for the energy you use. They deserve the freedom to order take-out pizza from 800 miles away with your tax money while they compose regulations that will tax the producers of the food you eat and raise the price of your groceries. ….America truly is the land of the free.