The world is falling apart. Things aren't getting better. Almost no one thinks we are going in the right direction as a nation. The "new world order" seems to be chaos. Is there anything that you have that couldn't we worth little to nothing in a day or week? 401K? Stocks or bonds? House? Money? Pension? Think about what is happening around the world and here in this country. Is it wiser to start preparing for what might happen or to keep living like nothing is happening? When did we as a culture in America stop preparing for bad times? One generation, maybe two? My Grandparents all taught me to always be prepared. Now they had seen hard times in their lives. My one Grandma at 16 was going to school,living on her own with two of her siblings in her own apartment while working to support them. Her husband, my hunting buddy and one of my best friends worked in CC camp up north in Michigan. My Dads father lived in the woods from age 12 making a good living feeding the "rich" during the bad times. He taught me how to live in the woods and what to eat and how to make things like traps. I've always loved to garden and cook. Food is a gift that a family can enjoy with some effort. I never thought that these skills would ever come to use for anything other then a supplement for our food budget and healthy foods to eat. At this point I'm glade that I wanted to learn these things from my elders. I still don't think it's the "end of days". But liberals should be. LOL. Liberals are mashing their teeth right now. Have you teased a liberal today? Ask a liberal what they think about being in three wars three years after they elected Obama? Ask a young person. They get real cranked up. And don't forget to bitch about gas prices. I tell you you will have fun with these liberal sheeples.
Dept. of Defense
March 19: Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) launches a Tomahawk missile in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn.