Friday, December 24, 2010

Musings on Christmas Eve

As I sit here getting my children's gifts wrapped, charged, updated, wifi'd, and ready for the Big Reveal, I find myself thinking a lot about Christmas. (obviously huh?) However, as I sit and think about the holidays, I can't help but think seriously on the current state of our Republic.

Now I know, I know, not in America. I have no intention of being a doomsayer on such a beautiful day, however I ask you this, is the Republic still One Nation Under God? Is it still Indivisible? Is it still Liberty and Justice for All? Is it still even a Republic?

I don't care what your political or religious leanings happen to be,
something has to seem wrong to you. Is our Country still adhering to it's Constitution, or are there people trying hard, very hard, to push us into something else?

For the first time in my lifetime, I sincerely feel concerned about our country being
fundamentally transformed. I see things that are very bad. I hear things that should not be heard. I see liberties disappearing, I see power shifting and in a spine tinglingly evil way.

The worst thing of all, the thing that just poleaxes me the most, is that 99% of American Citizens seem either asleep, unaware, or they just plain
Don't Care. How is history that hurt us in the past being repeated with gleeful abandon? How are We The People so, so....detached, disinterested, passionless, unaroused, unconcerned, unemotional, uninvolved, unmoved, unsympathetic, ad nauseum?????

Where are the OUTRAGED PATRIOTS? Where are the Defenders of our Constitution? Why is this being not only allowed, but encouraged to happen?

I know I am rambling, and for that I apologize, but I fear within my very soul that if We The People do not wake up and see the Wolves among the Sheep very soon, we will be

End of Rant.

God Bless you all, and Merry Christmas. Pray for our Nation.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Check it out

Go check out Larry Correia's new book, Monster Hunter Vendetta. Great series. Great Author.

via : Lawdog

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Obama Okay's Assassination?

I have been out of the loop for awhile, and I somehow missed this one. Right now I will post several source links for review and do a little more research. Anyone know any more about this? Please comment.

HERE - Several videos from different sources & story.
HERE - New York Times Coverage.
HERE - Washington Post Coverage.

This seems a little far fetched if true, even for Obama.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Is He or Not?

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona House has approved a bill that would require President Barack Obama to show his birth certificate if he hopes to be on the state's ballot for a re-election bid.

The House approved the measure on a 31-29 vote, sending it to the Senate. It would require U.S. presidential candidates who want to appear on the ballot in Arizona to submit documents proving they meet the constitutional requirements to be president.

Supporters say the bill would help settle a controversy over whether Obama was born in the United States. Opponents say it's a waste of time that makes Arizona mocked by the rest of the country. Obama has released his Hawaii birth certificate proving he's a "natural-born citizen" qualified to be president.

HERE for full story.

I’m really not too sure what to think of this. Seems too little too late really. Even if it were true that he was ineligible, does anyone think for even one second that the Democratic Party would allow that information to come out? It would completely destroy the Party, and nullify every law or action he has taken as POTUS; as well as destroy the careers of anyone involved in the cover-up.

No, I think even if true, they would simply supply proper documents by whatever means necessary. They hold us all in complete contempt, and see themselves as our betters. They have lost all fear of the People, because they know that the People will do nothing but roll over, as they have continued to do regardless of the atrocities forced upon us .

But maybe, just maybe Arizona has it right. Maybe there are people in America with backbone, and maybe when we start to stand united and say NO MORE this present trampling of our Constitution will finally come to an end.

Let’s hope so. God Bless America.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Healthcare Nightmare

A grandmother died in a filthy and depressing NHS ward which 'removed her rights to dignity', a coroner ruled yesterday.

Margot Kennedy, 78, was not properly washed for six weeks before her death. Nurses at Leicester General Hospital left her in sheets covered with faeces and doctors failed to tackle her refusal to eat as she rapidly lost weight, it was claimed. Her daughters told an inquest that they were forced to 'fight the system' in an attempt to save their mother, but in the end she simply lost the will to live.

Mrs Kennedy, a a retired hosiery worker from Groby, Leicestershire, had a stroke in January last year but remained lucid and independent, the Leicester hearing was told. She was admitted to hospital in March with mild pneumonia and dehydration, and from then on her physical and mental health deteriorated, her family said. Her daughters said they were 'fobbed off' by staff and considered to be a nuisance.

Jenny Kennedy, 53, a solicitor from London, said nurses made it clear that the four sisters were not welcome outside strict visiting hours, despite the family driving hundreds of miles to visit regularly. She described how nurses left her mother lying facing a blank wall in a single room after taking away her television without warning. Mrs Kennedy's fingernails were often caked with feces, she added. The widow turned down the hospital food, possibly due to mental health problems, but was not given a psychiatric assessment.

Miss Kennedy said: 'They had just given her up. She was a nuisance.' The sisters wanted to get their mother out of the hospital, and tried to see a consultant, but an appointment was canceled at the last minute.

Rene Kennedy, 57, told the court: 'I never knew we would have to fight the system to get our mother the essential dignity she was entitled to when she had worked her whole life. 'I believe she ceased to want to exist. I wouldn't have wanted to exist either in the environment where she was.'

The ward sister responsible for Mrs Kennedy admitted 'appalling' standards of care, including leaving Mrs Kennedy in bed for a month. Emma Johns told the inquest: 'There is no excuse for it. At the time we were short-staffed. I was probably spreading myself far too thinly.' Junior doctor Jonathan McClure admitted that he decided not to see his 'very poorly' patient over a busy May bank holiday weekend, despite being told by senior doctors to monitor her potassium levels.

These were dangerously low when the pensioner suffered a cardiac arrest and died days later on May 5. Dr McClure said: 'During bank holiday weekends many patients won't see a doctor. I wish I had seen Mrs Kennedy but I didn't.' Returning an open verdict, coroner Catherine Mason said: 'I can't say [the treatment] directly caused or contributed to her death but it most certainly did cause distress to Mrs Kennedy and her family. It left her in a position where her rights to dignity were removed.'

A spokesman from the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust apologised, saying: 'We have put a plan into action to prevent these issues from happening again.' The Daily Mail has consistently highlighted the plight of patients as part of its Dignity for the Elderly campaign.

Read more HERE.

This is deplorable, regardless of what country it happens in. Staff and Doctors responsible should be charged, but we all know that will likely not happen.

My question is this, is this just a case of neglect, or is this type of thing a symptom of the disease called Universal Healthcare or Socialized Medicine? Is this what patients in the U.S. have to look forward to now that European Style Healthcare has been forced upon us?

God Help us all.....

Monday, April 19, 2010


To any who have randomly visited my blog over the last few years, I am sorry for the inactivity. My health was on a serious decline, and I am just now really getting back on my feet.

I intend to restart my blogging soon. Thanks for all the support and well wishes from my friends and fellow bloggers. I look to be back full force in May or June.