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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.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

November


November in my neighborhood. We're still America.

8 Comments:

Blogger Father Gregori said...

We was had! All this talk about Sara Palin costing the GOP the election is just pure bunk. If anything, McCain cost the GOP the election.

McCain never campaigned like a man who wanted to win. The feeling around here is that either McCain never really wanted the job and just enjoyed being in the lime-light during the campaign, or some pretty high ups threatened him to hold back and give the election to Obama. Palin campaigned with way more enthusiasm then McCain did.

Also, in all of my 63 years, I have never seen such an unfair and fraudulent campaign on the part of the Democrats. There is no way that this was a fair and honest election. The fact that there were members of the Black Panthers at a couple of voting districts, chasing off elderly white voters, and the media just glossed over it. All of the millions of dollars that Obama made from untraceable sources on the internet, and the media and legal entities never checked it out. The fact that Obama still has not produced a valid birth certificate to prove that he was born in the U.S., despite two law suits demanding that he do so. Obama's very close association with A.C.O.R.N, the organization that was deeply involved in voter registration fraud in several states, the same organization that was directly responsible for the collapse of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and Obabam receiving huge sums of money from those two mortgage institutions. No, this was far from being a fair and honest election.

06 November, 2008 20:14  
Blogger Grizzly Mama said...

I totally agree with you father gregori. Yet - we have a commentor below who believes that Obama will be better than the spending republicans that we've been dealing with for the past 8 years.

McCain did himself in - Palin was the only reason he got as many votes as he did. He's no conservative - and then was STUPID enough to announce that half his cabinet would be democrats 2 days before the election. I'm no huge fan of McCain, but he is a damn sight better than what we've got coming up.

06 November, 2008 20:36  
Blogger tweetey30 said...

I dont know what to think of Obama but lets hope he is better than Bush was. He is doing a special report right now and I am sort of listening.

07 November, 2008 15:03  
Blogger Grizzly Mama said...

Obama won't be better than Bush if you're concerned about government over taxation and over spending. He won't be better if you are committed to winning the war against islamic terrorism. He won't be better about projecting a strong image to our foreign enemies. He won't be better when it comes to the government recognizing our rights under the 2nd amendment. I am concerned about his ability to respect our rights to free speech under the 1st amendment.

So - I don't think Obama will be better than Bush unless one holds socialist ideals.

07 November, 2008 16:43  
Blogger Mike's America said...

Thanks for sharing that pastoral scene. Very beautiful and a look into the heart of the REAL Ameica.

All I ever see around here are palm trees and beaches!

07 November, 2008 21:18  
Blogger Abe said...

I can actually see Obama ending up making Bush look good, and not just as a bad example. The Iraq war is all but won, and Obama won't want to lose it, because he would surely get the blame. In the long run, a free democratic Iraq could be transformative in the Middle East, and attack the real root cause of Islamic terrorism (dictatorships). On FISA, Gitmo, and military tribunals for terrorists already captured, I expect Obama and the rest of the Dems will see the current policies as the best, now that they aren't Bush's policies.

08 November, 2008 19:49  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Here in Northern Virginia, we're enjoying the most beautiful fall foliage in years. Conditions were just right for this magnificent display of color.

I refuse to let these awful election results ruin this season for me.

09 November, 2008 07:38  
Blogger Grizzly Mama said...

It is beautiful here, Mike. I wouldn't mind seeing palm trees and beaches a little bit more than I do!

Abe - we can only hope that Obama won't do too many stupid things. I am not very hopeful, though.

Hi AOW - about 1/3 of the leaves are completely gone now, but what is left is absolutely gorgeous. I love fall. After a bit of a depressing day after the election, I have returned to taking care of the things that need to be taken care of in my little world. We need to live our lives and steel ourselves to hold fast to the Constitution of the USA. God bless America!

09 November, 2008 14:18  

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