According to Webster: “law·less,” (in context) adj. Contrary to the law; unlawful.
According to Webster: “loft·y,” (in context) adj. Elevated in self-image; exalted; pompous, arrogant.
It’s been a sad week in America with disgruntled individuals inspired and allowed to riot in another American City over a question of law.
In a nation with redundancy in law enforcement beyond the “imagination” of law enforcement in any other nation on this planet, the anarchists that swarmed Ferguson, Missouri on Monday evening last, should have been “dispatched” in one manner or another in minutes, instead of being (allowed) to display their disapproval for the “Michael Brown” grand jury decision for America’s (insatiable) media.
Henry, a.k.a. Hank, (Readers Forum, my Way).
Once again your wit, wisdom and civility carried the day, I was especially rocked by your reply to Francine.
Hello Hank, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your support and for your understanding. 🙂
In general, politics is a hard sell to folks with common sense, because people with “common sense” for the most part don’t have the time or the inclination to wallow in muck.
Which of course, (in my humble opinion), is the reason that Washington is mired in muck, as the working man or woman with a family and an “understanding of their responsibilities,” are more focused on feeding and protecting their family than doing the job they have entrusted to an individual that has pledged his oath to uphold the law, i.e., “our” Constitution.
Although I did not know Abraham Lincoln personally, ..I do wholeheartedly believe that when he concluded his speech at Gettysburg with these words; …
“Government, of the people, by the people, for the people.”
The Chicago mob, was not the “people” he had in mind.
Robin, (An Immigration Solution).
I’ve been following your website for about three months now and I totally appreciate your candor, your moral values and devotion to sharing the truth.
I voted for Barack Obama in 2008, because I believed him when he said he was going to change America to benefit the people.
However as it’s turned out, he proved me wrong, so I voted for Mitt Romney in 2012.
Now after reading your blog for three months, I understand that there is no such thing as an honest politician.
Hello Robin, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative. Although I truly appreciate your belief in me and my dedication to the truth.
The purpose in my writing is not to convert anyone to believe what I believe, my purpose with this website is to “guide” you to understand what you believe.
Question: When you were in the first grade, ..did you have a best friend?
True story; …
When I was in the first grade I had no friends at all.
Question: And why was that she queried?
I was shunned for being larger than my classmates, and/or, they were “simply” afraid of me.
Or they were until the bullies from the third and fourth grades began coming around looking to validate the inflated images they held of themselves.
At which point I was accepted as their Sergeant at Arms, but not as a friend invited to (join in their games), as they as well as my teacher, were still afraid they would be injured by me, due to my size.
At five years old I was accepted into the first grade, not due to my brilliance or because I was an academic prodigy, ..but rather because I was 5’1” tall.
My first grade teacher was five foot two.
I was judged for my size, ..not for my intellect, which did not serve me well in my formative years.
When I was eight years old, (fourth grade), I was 5’8” tall, an (inch taller) than the elderly gentleman that taught the class.
In the eighth grade, (12 years old), I was 5 foot 11 ½ and sported, (not a sixpack), but an “eight pack” as I religiously cranked out 50 push-ups and 50 setups every morning as soon as my feet hit the floor, a regiment that I began when I turned eight.
Question: What was your motive for this physical regiment she asked?
Simple; Homo sapiens and/or human beings are molded by our environment and by the people we care about.
Because of my size I was expected to defend the gate, so I became capable of defending the gate.
Which eventually became a source of amusement as I was accepted as unconquerable, I was never challenged, which in truth, pleased to me more than any other facet of my life as my desire to inflict harm upon anyone didn’t exist.
Thus, my tour in Vietnam presented a great conflict, being forced into a him or me scenario with another human being, that in (my judgment) didn’t want to be there anymore than I did, ..was not only unjust and unfair, …
..it was un-American as I have always believed that America is nation of opportunity, not a nation of aggression for greed.
Dismissing the U.S. Constitution for political or financial gain is, (in my most fervent opinion), ..as un-American as anyone can possibly achieve.
The formation of America’s immigration laws (is not) Barack Obama’s to decide, America is a Democratic Republic, not a monarchy or a dictatorship.
Eleanor, (It’s still not about Black).
I agree 1000%, America is not a charity state, America is the richest capitalist nation on the earth and anyone that doesn’t agree with capitalism should immediately call a travel agent and book a flight to Russia, North Korea or China.
Socialist and communist don’t have any problem at all taking advantage of the benefits of capitalism, so it’s inconceivable to me how parasites like Obama can justify their ideology, or even the air they breathe when it’s all paid for by the labor of others.
Keep on keeping on, ..and I’ll keep on reading, ..and sharing everything you write with everyone I know.
Hello Eleanor, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative and thank you for your involvement.
Although it may not always seem so, nature and humanity (with patients), have a way of righting wrongs (karma), ..to determine destiny, even that of our current grinning imbecile of a commander-in-chief.
As in truth, good people still “outnumber” the wrongheaded and corrupt by the power of thousands.
Bob, (Anarchy and Obama).
It is beyond my imagination how people are so in love with their own opinions about this monster that they will defend him in his lying and deceit, and praise him for anything that looks like it is on the upswing in America when he clearly had nothing to do with it.
They pass the blame of onto former administrations for all the negative things happening and yet this guy has been in the White House for six years.
He should be held accountable for the lies and his criminal destruction of the Constitution. I think it borders on treason. Just sayin’…
NAILED IT!… …again, Bob.
Hello Bob, good to hear from you again, ..and so soon. It is always appreciated to hear from a “regular reader” and even more appreciated when they understand and appreciate the dimension of harm Obama has done and is continuing to do to the only nation on the planet philanthropic enough to elect a black man without a birth certificate or school transcripts.
According to Webster: “phil·an·throp·ic,” adj. Organized to provide humanitarian or charitable assistance.
Thanks again Bob, Chuck.
I just recently stumbled across your blog on Google and it’s definitely a keeper as my wife and I both voted for Obama in 2008. Not because he’s black and we’re black, but because we believed his lies.
I didn’t like Matt Romney so my wife and I didn’t vote in 2012 and I’ve regretted it every sense.
My wife and I owned our own business with 16 employees up until January 1 of this year when the regulations that took effect in Obama’s healthcare law made it more profitable to liquidate than accommodate.
Hello Jay, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative. With that said; …
The gap between ignorance and intelligence is truth, always has been and always will be.
Bridgette, (P.S., and/or, Personal Sentiments).
As a subscriber of more than a year, may I suggest that with your talent for understanding human nature, you discontinue writing the substantive stuff and turned full-time to putting the (in your face) stupid people in their place.
Hello Bridgette, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your suggestion, albeit with that said; …
Without the “substantive” stuff, ..and/or, (the red meat), how would we know who the stupid people are?
…but thank you anyway, you’re sweet. Chuck.
Dana, (A Quick Quiz to Qualify Quacks).
Another well done, your graphics, your message and your presentation.
Have you ever thought about publishing your blog in book form? A total fan, Dana.
Hello Dana, thank you for patronizing my site and thank you for your narrative and for your thought.
As you’re not the first to suggest that I publish my blather in a book, the reply to your question would be “unequivocally,” absolutely!
So why haven’t I, you query? Simple, because I’m waiting for an agent to represent me in the process, ..as I am simply too busy and too short on (how to) to take on the challenge.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow