Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Great Speech Mr. President, Thanks

President Obama on Wednesday honored the victims and heroes of the Arizona shooting rampage have to say that I'm impressed with how Pres.Obama handled this horrific event in our history. I have to say that I was moved to tears for most of the speech. It was the kind of up-beat memorial I tend to like. He touch on our humanity and our American values. He told the story that got lost because of all the false rhetoric that surrounded it.  I think he did more then I thought he would when it came to the way some Americans jumped to the wrong conclusion. He called it out and put it down in a way that was so eloquent. This is a chance to go forward with a spirited debate on policy and politics but to withhold the vitriol. I would expect that both sides will still have their debates of disagreement, but I'm sure they will withhold the kind of slander we have seen over the years. I also have to say that Pres. Obama has made this American proud of him for this defining moment. I pray that he, as well as both sides can live to make young miss Green proud of who we are. I'd like to know what all of you thought about our Presidents speech. Let's start this new dialogue out on a constructive note.

Zeitgeis(Time Ghost): The Moving Force Behind Jared Loughner

And then there was this (2:25 for the money quote set-up):
The interview is revealing on a number of point but here is the He did not watch TV. He disliked the news. He didn’t listen to political radio. He didn’t take sides. He wasn’t on the left. He wasn’t on the right One one former close friend of Loughner’s said he went from a stable high school student to a violent, self-medicated “monster” after his girlfriend dumped him during his junior year of high school.
Zachary Osler said that Loughner, who would walk around with his jaw and fist clenched, spent “excessive amounts of money” on drugs.
Osler said Loughner consumed marijuana, cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms and the hallucigenic salvia.
“There was no political motive in this, [Jared] was just angry at the world,” he said.
Loughner ended his friendship with Osler through a text message two years ago, writing to him, “I don’t want to be friends with you anymore.”
Osler also said that Loughner’s favorite quote was, “Out of chaos breathes creation.”
Osler, who spent a lot of time at the Loughner’s home during high school, described the family’s home as “cold, dark and unpleasant“ and added that he always felt ”unwelcomed.”
Littered with musical instruments and a computer in the middle of the room, Osler said he never observed a particularly loving relationship between the Loughners. Loughner once told Osler that he loved his pet dog Hannah more than his parents.
“They did very few family activities together besides going to car races and one family vacation to the beach, and they never decorated their house for the holidays,” recalled Osler. “Jared’s parents were religious but Jared proclaimed himself as an atheist.”
This is the crazy movie and beliefs of Loughner. If you know anyone that believes in this psycho crape get away from them fast. This is the fringe of conspiracy theories. Do you think that these movies drove him overboard? While the left-wing is trying to play politics with this tragedy, we need to look at what was in this mans mind. A real and truthful look at what he believed and why he might have believed it.  Or we could just take the path the Democrats want to take and go after the first and second amendments. I don't see that one working out too well for the Democratic Party, so I'd like to see them keep driving their party and ideology into a wall. I'd like to know what you all think of this video and what his ex-friend said about him? I'm sure we will be hearing more and more about these movies so you may want to understand them first.This is the Zeitgeis movie that goes after religion and Christians. Have any of you watched these videos before this?

Well Said Sarah Palin


America's Enduring Strength

By Sarah Palin

Like millions of Americans I learned of the tragic events in Arizona on Saturday, and my heart broke for the innocent victims. No words can fill the hole left by the death of an innocent, but we do mourn for the victims’ families as we express our sympathy.
I agree with the sentiments shared yesterday at the beautiful Catholic mass held in honor of the victims. The mass will hopefully help begin a healing process for the families touched by this tragedy and for our country.
Our exceptional nation, so vibrant with ideas and the passionate exchange and debate of ideas, is a light to the rest of the world. Congresswoman Giffords and her constituents were exercising their right to exchange ideas that day, to celebrate our Republic’s core values and peacefully assemble to petition our government. It’s inexcusable and incomprehensible why a single evil man took the lives of peaceful citizens that day.
There is a bittersweet irony that the strength of the American spirit shines brightest in times of tragedy. We saw that in Arizona. We saw the tenacity of those clinging to life, the compassion of those who kept the victims alive, and the heroism of those who overpowered a deranged gunman.
Like many, I’ve spent the past few days reflecting on what happened and praying for guidance. After this shocking tragedy, I listened at first puzzled, then with concern, and now with sadness, to the irresponsible statements from people attempting to apportion blame for this terrible event.
Palin Accuses Media of 'Blood Libel' in Giffords Shooting Aftermath
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) on Wednesday accused the media of "blood libel" by looking to assign blame for the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).
Palin offered a pointed defense of herself and other political leaders who used sometimes heated rhetoric on the 2010 campaign trail — rhetoric some Democrats say created an environment that fueled the assassination attempt against Giffords.

Peace Corps Gang Rape

AP File
More than 1,000 young American women have been raped or sexually assaulted in the last decade while serving as Peace Corps volunteers in foreign countries, an ABC News 20/20 investigation has found. This is a sad finding. I pray they confront this problem head on and fix it within their culture.

'I'm Starting to Think the Attack on the Right Is a Cover-up for the Left'


Could he be right? I'd like to know what you think about what he is saying?

Republican Peter King Brings Forth Gun Legislation

AP Graphic
Rep. Peter King, a Republican from New York, is planning to introduce legislation that would make it illegal to bring a gun within 1,000 feet of a government official, according to a person familiar with the congressman's intentions. Will removing guns within 1,000 feet of a government office going to stop criminals from killing? Gosh I hope it works. I see no way that a criminal will get past that law and kill another government employee. One thing though, does that mean that people with guns can't walk or drive by a government office if they have a CCW? It kind of sounds to me like this new legislation wasn't thought out too well. It almost seems like a token rather then legislation that will do something. When will we start thinking with our heads instead of our hearts? We will never ever take away guns from the criminals by taking guns away from the citizens. Chicago tried it and crime went through the roof.  I lived in Japan where guns are illegal and have been for a very long time before I got their in the 90's. The police didn't even have guns. But the Yakuza-Japanese mafia-all had guns. I'd never seen such a thing in my life and I pray I never do. Guns,just like pipe bombs are not our enemy no matter how much they say they are. And crazy violence already is illegal and we haven't found a cure for that one yet. When you look at the full picture of 80 million gun owners in America fishing boats are more dangerous then guns. If we don't start taking an honest look at the problem we can never find a solution. And if there is no solution to insanity then so be it. Is there a way we can debate this as a nation without it getting heated on both sides?