Monday, November 1, 2010

2010 Tsunami

Less than 24 hrs until the Tsunami hits… Please everyone search your hearts, read the Constitution and look to the future and decide if you want a Government that provides everything for you cradle to grave; with NO thought of who has to pay for it. Or do you want a Government that gets out of the way and gives EVERYONE the FREEDOM to achieve what they want to achieve; no matter whom you are.

Remember what Thomas Jefferson said… "Government big enough to supply everything you need is big enough to take everything you have. The course of history shows us that as a government grows, liberty decreases."


It is really that simple… The 2010 Mid-term elections could have the most historic significance in history; as this is a chance for every American to take our country back to the basics, back to the foundation that it was found on. Don’t let any single media choice influence you in your decision; do your OWN research, make your own decision based on what you want your country to look like when your kids get grow up and become parents.

Ask yourself this question… “Why are SO many people trying to immigrate to the US?” Is it because they want a Government to take care of them, NO! They want to have a chance to get a head in life by their efforts; and they don’t want to be penalized for their HARD work.

Give America back to the PEOPLE…

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Ronald Reagan Speaks Out Against Socialized Medicine

From the 1961 Operation Coffee Cup Campaign against Socialized Medicine as proposed by the Democrats, then a private citizen Ronald Reagan Speaks out against socialized medicine. There is no video ...
But please listen to the audio, does any of this sound like 2009 and the mess the Obama administration is trying to cram down our throat's

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Thank you Veterans...

I am an Air Force Veteran who served for 11+ years during the last years of the Cold War (1981 – 1992); I flew onboard both the SAC Airborne Command Post (Looking Glass) and National Emergency Airborne Command Post (NEACP, Nightwatch) for almost 10 of my 11 years. This time, while relatively short compared to my time here on earth (I’m 46 now), is by far the most important.

It was a time where I created life long bonds with my fellow service men and woman, a time when we as a team formed a deterrent against the Soviet Union and others who wished to launch a nuclear attack against the US, a time when you looked around the aircraft’s communications department and you realize that you are the oldest and most experienced person of a 10 person team…at the ripe old age of 23.

But it doesn’t matter because you have the upmost confidence in yourself, your aircraft and your team; and you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is nothing….NOTHING that can trip you up. It was a time of upmost pride and an amazing sense of accomplishment that you didn’t really realize how important it was to you until years later when you are in the civilian workforce where it is dog eat dog and you sense something is missing.

Then imagine if you will; a reunion with your brothers and sisters in arms at a retirement ceremony of your aircraft (EC-135) where you exchange ‘There I was…’ stories and meet the outstanding group of young Airman who have taken over the missions you loved so much. And as you talk you realize that this new guard has heard of the old guard and their accomplishments, even though you have never met and it has been 8 years since your last mission; they know what you did, how you did it and why; and that sense of pride and accomplishment comes flooding back; ‘I’ve made a difference in a positive way…wow!’.

Then as the old guard and the new guard stand shoulder to shoulder and listen to and watch a re-enactment of a mission, followed by the playing of the Lee Greenwood ‘Proud to be an American’ song…there isn’t a dry eye in the house. And why is that… because we are proud of what we did and have that sense of accomplishment again.
Those feeling’s are not reserved to those of us who served during our time, but to all who have served and who are serving today; they are proud of what they are doing and what to accomplish their mission.

To those of you that have served I am proud to share the name Veteran with you; and to those of you that are serving today; I will welcome you with open arms when it is your time and we’ll lift a glass, share our stories and help the new guard accomplish their missions.

God Bless!

Thursday, April 30, 2009

If the foundation crumbles......So does the house

America is the greatest country on Earth! How many times have you heard that? But what makes us great? Why are there thousands of people coming to this country every year; both legally and illegally at great risk to life and limb?

Because they want a better life, they want a place where they can work hard and get ahead, a place with protected freedoms, and a place where there is a sense of community and togetherness; of family, where the sanctity of life is cheered and celebrated. It is on these points where I feel America has lost its way.
First and foremost we are a faith based nation; if you don’t believe me just read the Declaration of Independence and it is to that end where we have lost our way.

As a country we have slowly moved away from our faith being the anchor and center of our life as evident by some of the things we’ve allowed to be taken away; such as prayer in school, or 10 Commandment memorials being removed from federal courthouses; you know the place where you place your hand on the bible and swear to tell the truth! We have also built up a tolerance to things that we viewed as immoral and appalling a few decades ago, all of this has contributed to the break down of the American family; which in my opinion is the root of a lot of the issues facing our country today.

With the break down of the American family has come an increase in divorce, increase in crime rates and violent crime, increase in abortions, a change from a community that takes care of each other; to a ME based generation.

Now follow me on this, in the 50’s we had the age of the Cleavers, at the time a traditional family, crime rates were fairly low; we were a nation who took care of one another always; not just during times of tragedy. We used to leave our doors unlocked; we talked to strangers, and waved to them as we passed by. Then the 60’s came and things began to fall apart, drug use increased, liberal attitudes; such as pre-marital sex and rebellion became the norm, fueled in part by a very unpopular war and turmoil of the time.
The attitudes of the 60’s spilled over into the 70’s with Roe v. Wade, disposable marriages and again increased drug use and liberal attitudes took over in music, movies and TV. The 80’s saw this trend increase. Divorces increased as more and more families became dual income families, either out of necessity, out of a desire to ‘keep up with the Jones’s’, or dare I say out of the desire of some wives and mothers wanting to compete in the work force; instead of keeping to a traditional marriage. Whatever the reason the family began to pull apart and kids looked to influences outside of their family for guidance; such as gang’s, drugs, sports figures, etc. We started to become a nation of introverts, we didn’t venture outside the home as much, didn’t get to know our neighbors, locked our doors; all out of fear.

The 90’s saw this trend increase, in addition to the true beginning of the ME generation and the greed on Wall Street and with the .com boom. The desire for the all mighty dollar took over and again, the family suffered and kids were left to fend for themselves.

Government programs were further developed to give people a ‘hand out’ instead of a ‘hand up’; what did this teach the children of the time?

The children of the 70’s and 80’s who only knew a single parent home with no Christian upbringing began to have kids of their own. And what are they teaching their kids? Are they teaching them to keep God centered in their life? To protect the unborn? To keep to the tradition’s the country and our world was founded on? NO, no they didn’t.

And now the traditional definition of marriage is under attack; a marriage is meant to be between a man and a woman, period. Anything else leads all children astray and will continue to lead to the decline in the American family and destruction of the foundations of this country. And if the foundation crumbles….

So does the house.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Stop the insanity!!

Stop the insanity!!
So you remember that 1990’s phrase from Susan Powter? Now I’m not endorsing her or her beliefs; I’m just borrowing the phrase because it is very appropriate for the times we are living in today.

What has happened to our government? What happened to our core values, the things and belief’s that this great country was founded on? My family and I have a great fear that we as a Christian based country are becoming that preverbal frog in boiling water. You know the story; they say that if you put a frog into a pot of boiling water, it will leap out right away to escape the danger.

But, if you put a frog in a kettle that is filled with water that is cool and pleasant, and then you gradually heat the kettle until it starts boiling,
the frog will not become aware of the threat until it is too late.

The frog's survival instincts are geared towards detecting sudden changes.
This is a story that is used to illustrate how people might get themselves into terrible trouble.

This parable is often used to illustrate as humans have to be careful to watch slowly changing trends in the environment, not just the sudden changes. It’s a warning to keep us paying attention not just too obvious threats but to more slowly developing.

So where can a 47 year old, married father of 6 turn to in order to make a difference; to be able to look at my kids and say “Your Dad is doing everything I can to protect your future…’. It didn’t take me long to decide Governor Mike Huckabee and Team HuckPAC where I needed dedicate my time and efforts too.
Governor Huckabee as his book says, is doing the right thing; as my late father told me when I was a kid “you have to stand for something….or you’ll fall for anything”

America don’t be like a lot of members of Congress, have a backbone and STAND for something now!