It’s amazing that Obama lacked the foresight to see that supporting
the construction of a $100 million mosque 2 blocks from Ground Zero,
something that 70% of Americans oppose, won’t end well. But I guess when
your closest advisors are Valerie Jarrett the slumlord, Robert Gibbs
the clown, Rham Emmanuel the communist, and Michelle Obama the
millionaire’s wife, equating “religious freedom” with an Islamic
cultural center whose purpose is to promote Sharia law is the kind of
progressive garbage you get.
Now, as the earth does not become rapidly overheated from CO2 (carbon
dioxide) in the atmosphere, nor the Arctic sea ice disappearing, nor
the Pacific atolls drowning, nor the Amazonian jungle drying up, all as
previously touted by the IPCC and their gendarmes and adjuvants, a new
slogan on the supposed danger of CO2 is increasingly being heard, namely
People learn by moving from the known to the unknown. An analogy
inherently proposes the idea that if things agree in some respect they
probably agree in others. Secular prophecy uses knowledge of the past
and the present to predict the future. The past is the womb of the
present and the present is the history of the future. As the past may be
interpreted and the present may be misunderstood the future is never
certain. Platitudes may outline the shape of something, but they can
never define anything.
– Keep America Safe
This morning, Debra Burlingame, Keep America Safe Board Member and
Co-founder of 9/11 Families for a Safe & Strong America, released
the following statement in response to President Obama’s remarks about
the Ground Zero mosque:
it was my having been drawn to the arts from an early age, and that
Liberalism is irrevocably concomitant to the art world. I’ve known many
Liberals over the years, some of considerable talent, including liberal
family and friends whom I dearly love.
Unfortunately, Liberals have initiated a considerable amount of harm
to our nation from their blind application of circular logic when trying
to make sense of the world.
Growing up in the beautiful Canadian Province of British Columbia I
had a lot of heroes in my life. The one who always stood out among the
crowd was John Wayne. I was a young lad during his early career but
there was nothing like a movie whether it be a good western or a great
war saga with John Wayne coming to the rescue. I can still hear the
hooves of the horses and the sound of the cavalry bugle as he led the
charge to save his country.