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"All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth." Aristotle - Greek Philosopher.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

here are my daughters pics


16 Comments:

Blogger CA said...

They're wonderful pictures! It reminds me of when my kids were little. On nights when there was a boxing match or some other sport on, all the kids and I would stand at attention and place our hands over our hearts when the National Anthem was played before the game. They did this as long as they were at home, even after they were teens.

You girl has a great teacher!

26 July, 2005 19:31  
Blogger "Alice" said...

Now those drawings are considered art in my eyes.

26 July, 2005 20:24  
Blogger Gina said...

wonderful , Keep them cherish them , save them ...I still have some favorite pics that my 2 older children did when they were younger , my daughter is 30 , and my son is 24 , so its special ...

26 July, 2005 22:52  
Blogger DV said...

Lovely pics - we have kept the pic they did for us!

27 July, 2005 14:22  
Blogger Toad734 said...

But to be fair I am sure you also told her to draw a picture of 1700 American caskets and rising oil prophets right?

Or maybe she could just draw the graph of Halliburton’s stock price which was just under $20 per share just before the war and is now over $56 per share.

Fair and balanced right?

27 July, 2005 17:03  
Blogger skye said...

Why is it the "Peace is Priceless" devotes obsessively monitor the cost of the War On Terror?

I prefer this statistic:

Number of people freed from totalitarian dictatorships by precision use of American military force under George W. Bush:

50 million in just two years

Number of people freed from totalitarian dictatorships by anti-American Bush-bashing terrorist-appeasing whining elitists:

Zero. Ever



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But to be fair I am sure you also told her to draw a picture of 1700 American caskets and rising oil prophets right?

Or maybe she could just draw the graph of Halliburton’s stock price which was just under $20 per share just before the war and is now over $56 per share.

27 July, 2005 21:41  
Blogger skye said...

It disgusts me when liberals try to use the deaths of America's best for their own America-bashing purposes.

Why not ask for a drawing of 3000 caskets in memory of 9/11?

Oh, no, that wouldn't be politically correct, and might encourage OUR side in the war.


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draw a picture of 1700 American caskets

28 July, 2005 21:36  
Blogger skye said...

Rising oil prophets? This must be a referece to those patchouli smelling hippie throwbacks that populate the liberal wing of the DNC.

I never want to hear another libertard whine about oil unless they completely eschew its use.

That doesn't just mean no cars -- it means no shopping at stores which transport their goods by road, water or air, no heating or air conditioning, and no plastic products.

Toad! What are you doing using a computer, hippie!!


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rising oil prophets

28 July, 2005 21:40  
Blogger skye said...

The entire stock market has risen like a loaf of bread after the Clinton recession, but Libertards hate Halliburton for doing a job no other company could do as well.

Of course, it's really capitalism they hate.

Funny, but I never heard any Libs whining when Clinton awarded Halliburton no-bid contracts in Bosnia... but then again, no one ever accused Liberals of consistency in their hatred.

Cognitive Dissonance?


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Or maybe she could just draw the graph of Halliburton’s stock price which was just under $20 per share just before the war and is now over $56 per share

28 July, 2005 21:41  
Blogger MonicaR said...

Thanks CA, Alicenot, Gina and DV - and of course, Skye.

Toady! My resident A.S.S. has returned. I can't remember what the acronym stands for, but I'm happy to see you again on this blog spouting your absolute bullshit!! God bless ya hon. You're a good boy in that I can always count on you to continue repeating the lies that you need to believe.

Let go Toady. Let go. Yes it's scary and your whole world will be turned upside down. Don't worry...we're here to hold your hand. You won't explode I promise. Let go!!

29 July, 2005 00:02  
Blogger Toad734 said...

Good point Skye; let’s talk about the 3000 deaths on 9/11. Who was responsible for that? Iraq?? No.

I have no problem with justified wars that make us safer, but as the unprecedented rise in terrorism in the last couple of years goes to show, the Iraq war has not made anyone safer. Well maybe Israel and Kuwait but can't they fight their own wars? After all, where do you think the majority of our foreign aid money goes? Israel.

29 July, 2005 13:54  
Blogger Toad734 said...

RE: Skye

If you can't see the relationship behind this war and the rising prices and profits for Oil Companies, and those affiliated with oil companies, since the war started then you are blind. When you regain your vision cross check those companies with the contributors to the Bush campaigns and see what you find.

When oil prices are high, middle men companies in Houston and Midland, TX profit. Hmm
Now what two cities did Bush grow up in?

29 July, 2005 13:59  
Blogger skye said...

So you refute the liberal battle cry:

NO BLOOD FOR OIL!

Now you agree that the War on Terror was not about the US acquiring Iraqi oil.

However, Toad, Oil prices are driven by demand. The price per barrel of oil has been rising due to increased worldwide demand for oil. Despite the high cost per barrel of crude oil, world demand shows no signs of slowing.

Thankfully, our economy is less dependent on oil than it was during the "oil shocks" of the 1970's.

Well, toad, you comments also reveal you do not know how to read financial reports or have never looked at one. If you did, then you would be aware that Halliburton posted a 3rd quarter loss in 2003 after factoring the costs involved with the successful removal of saddam from power in Iraq.

I can't decide it you are just intellectually lazy or just plain stupid.


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If you can't see the relationship behind this war and the rising prices and profits for Oil Companies, and those affiliated with oil companies, since the war started then you are blind

30 July, 2005 01:07  
Blogger skye said...

Among Liberal myths, one of the most oft-repeated is that attacking an enemy not only serves no useful purpose, but actually makes the enemy more dangerous.

This sort of auto-defeatism is only believed by the most short-sighted or gullible in the post-9/11 world

Afghanistan and Iraq were essential components of a larger strategy than shooting a few killers and calling the war a success.

The fall of Baghdad has produced new evidence to buttress the Bush administration's prewar contention that Saddam Hussein's regime and Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda had a long history of contacts.

The 9/11 commission's report confirms this connection. However, it was saddam's long time sponsership of international terrorist groups, not just one group that lead to his removal.

Worldwide terrorist groups have lost a secure base AND a source of funding. Lybia is lost, Lebanon is not looking good and soon Syria and Iran will turn over.

As for 9/11, one needs to look no further than Salman Pac with it's gutted 737 airplane fuselages.


If Saddam had come clean and given everything up, the war would not have taken place. The Pakistan nuclear knowledge market and Ghaddafi's WMD programs would still be in operation, however.

Anyone who thinks that removing Saddam from power didn't make the entire world safer in the long run is refusing to look at the facts.

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Good point Skye; let’s talk about the 3000 deaths on 9/11. Who was responsible for that? Iraq?? No.

I have no problem with justified wars that make us safer, but as the unprecedented rise in terrorism in the last couple of years goes to show, the Iraq war has not made anyone safer. Well maybe Israel and Kuwait but can't they fight their own wars? After all, where do you think the majority of our foreign aid money goes? Israel.

30 July, 2005 01:40  
Blogger Steve Donohue said...

She's reached in about 1/3rd the time the art ability and political sophistication that I've reached in 19 years!

06 August, 2005 23:55  
Blogger MonicaR said...

I know Steven - me too! LOL!

07 August, 2005 23:42  

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