Friday, June 27, 2008

Be Careful What You Wish For

Lots of things in life happen when we least expect them, and while many are for our own good, sometimes our calculated goals can lead toward misfortune. Sometimes we see clearly and other times we tint the vision to suit our own needs. When the path taken forks off, choices will not wait for indecisiveness. Getting out alive is not the objective here, its living this life to the fullest.

Wherever one door slams closed another one opens up. Opportunities abound when we have our freedom and motivation to succeed. The series of moments that make up our lives continues ever onward and upward completing the Big Picture. Friendships make the difference between a mundane existence and potential happiness. True love is the greatest gift of all.

Possibilities are endless to find beauty or ugliness in this life, I will just try to remove all the negative thoughts from inside my brain and see what happens next. Working harder to get to my goal is a good first step. And when I get there how could I ever say or think anything other than...God is Great!

Sunday, June 15, 2008


Our Father which art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done in earth,
as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
Forgive us our debts,
as we forgive our debtors.
Lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil:
For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
for ever. Amen.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

A Setback for the Whitehouse?

The news reports state the supreme court activism in todays decision was a setback for the President, the administration, or conservatism in general. I see it just a little more in depth, I see it as a setback for the rule of Law and Order, a setback for all Americans, and a victory for Terrorists captured in battle. The Geneva conventions are afforded to armies and soldiers who follow those rules. How can we give protections to combatants who have no ethical code of conduct, no flag, no country, and no mercy for anyone whom they may capture? I am afraid our very decency is what will be our demise in the end. I see it as a conundrum that the political parties who are supposed to be working together, see political points scored as more important than upholding their sworn duty to protect our country and defeat the enemies of the free world.
Where do they think the logical end of this decision will reside? It's not as if our court system is not already burdened by a whole lot of wasted time, frivolous lawsuits, appeals and continuances ad naseum, and miscarried justice. I guess when we look back at this Presidential election that will be where we either lose the battle or hold our ground on reigning in the judicial Activists that would overcome the ability of we the people to have a say in our Laws. For the next President of the United States will most likely have the opportunity to appoint 3 justices who will either be strict constructionists whe revere the constitution or activists who will take it upon themselves to legislate from the bench Laws and dictates that would never pass Democratically held elections.
I believe the appointment of supreme court judges to be the linch pin in where our country goes in the election of 2008. Think about it before you cast a vote for hope and change to a guy who can't even surround himself with decent law abiding people who really love this country. The hipocrisy that swirls around Barack Obama will only be magnified as he gets elected President of the United States.
Another thing I have noted is that the news articles that talk of releasing these criminals never state that a certain percentage end up back on the battlefield. I wonder why?

Monday, June 09, 2008

Which Way do we Go??

At the crossroads we slow down, and take a look around. If we are smart we see in reality. Hope for change can bring change all right, but what if it's not the change you bargained for? What if we have been led to the destiny we always feared and would never have chosen on our own? Would we go if we knew it was supposed to become so difficult? I think no, but the prophets said so.
Sooner or later the world will take that last turn for the worst and Gods' Judgement will descend like a curse.
Where will we be?
I believe in the prophecy that states in Heaven there will be a war. And in the end it will come down on us all. We make choices and set stages,
Let thy will be done! Oh Heavenly Father. You are the potter and we are just the clay.

Thursday, June 05, 2008

D Day

Lets go back 64 years and see what happened then. And where we have come to get to our present day situation. I try to watch one of my all time favorite movies every year on this grim anniversary. Saving Private Ryan is an Amazing tale of bravery and heroism, revolving around the invasion of Normandy June 6, 1944. Steven Spielberg captured all of the horrors and heroics of a battle that had to be won. I cannot imagine how those soldiers went on and defeated that enemy. So many didn't finish the task, but it took all of them to complete that mission, especially those who died, they put down their lives so others could do what they had to do. That was the nature of that kind of warfare, so many tragedies, so much wasted lives. It makes me sad for the loss but so very proud of the honorable sacrifice, words cannot express my gratitude. We owe our way of life to what others have done and continue to do even to this very day. That kind of bravery is something I hold in the highest regard, it somehow makes sense in a senseless kind of way.
Throughout all time we humans have had wars, it seems as inevitable as the seasons. But to be fighting on the right side of the war is the key. I can see defending your homeland or other people, what I cannot see is going to war to conquer and take something thst belongs to someone else. So tere is always something justifiable and somethings not justifiable about war. I wonder if it has something to do with the transmigration of souls in and out of the earth plane. Why does it have to happen? Where does the impetus come from for leaders to lead their people out to where there is danger and death for so many? I know the answer but I still wonder why and how these kings answer the call of the Devil to go out and create war. And in this day and age we cannot sit back and wait for an overt sign, all signs and antagonistic rhetoric must be taken as seriously as a heart attack.

Monday, June 02, 2008

World NewsWatch June 2, 2008 A.D.

When you can't think of anything to do, just do anything. Maybe only the good intentions will get noticed, not the unintended consequences.

Buying time is what the Islamascists are attempting all the way around. When their desire is reached, they will rear their headup and say "Here I am!"

Whats good for the goose is good for the gander. Maybe if more of these guys tasted the fruits of lying and ruining others there would be less lawsuits out there. I kinda doubt it, though, that is how they make their living.

I wonder if they are going to the food summit looking for a free meal. Both these leaders, Mugabe and Ahmadinajhad, have created disastrous economies within their own countries and now are what? Hoping the world will come in and save them? I don't know, it seems right to have outrage directed at 2 of the most disruptive forces in the world today. I suppose when a leader says ridiculous things to get attention,they must continually up the ante. But it's clear Ahmadinajhad has an overarching goal, and will not quit.

In passing: Ives St.Laurent, Bo Diddley. On the mend Theodore Edward Kennedy, Kelsey Grammar.

Top Honors and even a little dishonor. This young soldier gave everything he had to give for his friends, and these friends of ours gave a little and decided to quit when the going gets tough. And that going is back home in politic world, not in the real world of the war, where Australia was very brave, stalwart, and helpful, but hardly taking casualties.

Could any man this close to the Presidency be this unqualified? Barack Obama is a study in political expediency. He is a day late and a dollar short every step of his press conferences. The softballs that the reporters throw him still somehow manage to trip him up and turn him into a stammering, woebegone, unprepared, reciter of notes. Obama had to wait all the way until the racist tilt of his church was more than any silver tongued apologist could gloss over. He sat in the pew for 20 years and watched his fellow parishoners clap and cheer the racist diatribes the pastors and guests blasted from the pulpit with politically charged rantings that can only divide. For a man who could by his very heritage unite the races, Barack Obama is in no position to do this since he only views himself from his black side. Of course this is Democrat Party politics 101, being a member of a minority group gives one a leg up in all internal party politics. But being POTUS is being president of all Americans not just the ones who brought you into power. B.O. cannot unite, his judgement has always been clouded by political steps over right and wrong. If the people of the United States elect this man President we will surely deserve whatever comes from it, which I for one can only see bad tidings.

If these guys rage could be bottled there would be enough power to fuel the whole world. It's unbelievable to me that one simple incident can continue to vex a whole culture. And its telling how violence is the quickest outlet these perverters of Gods laws and justice twist and impale their souls on to their eternal destruction.

I have to hand it to Hillary, she is plucky and seems to have backbone. But the Clinton thing is so indelibly stained on my brain, disgust comes to the surface first. I do think Hillary would be a far better President than Barack but would still damage our country greatly. Hillary would most likely be able to stand far stronger than Barack in the world at large, but both these pacifists scare the Hell out of me.