Thursday, May 28, 2009

The Country is a Mess, But the Girls Sure Are Cute

We have two of the cutest little nieces ever (yes, Becky, Callie, and Maylene, you're cute, too, but you're not little anymore). We were able to visit with them over the Memorial Day weekend while we were at our Utah home.

Camille, the oldest, stood on the piano stool and sang a song for us from The Little Mermaid. She sang it perfectly. What cutie pies!

And now back to our regularly scheduled program.

Random thoughts

How many of you believe anything that Nancy Pelosi says?

Is Sonia Sotomayor really the best Obama can come up with for an appointment to the Supreme Court? The good news is that the abortion activists are worried about whether or not she will further their agenda, but there's a lot of bad news to go with this pick.

We're happy that the California Supreme Court upheld the people's voices who voted for one man/one woman marriage. As we've stated before, when the courts of the land overturn the voice of the people, we've lost our Constitution.

Speaking of our Constitution, did you hear about the San Diego pastor and his wife who claim they were interrogated by a San Diego County official, who then threatened them with escalating fines if they continued to hold bible studies in their home?

There are still many who question Obama's citizenship.

Rumor has it that the Chrysler dealerships that are being forced to close have been connected to political contributions to the GOP.

Why is ACORN being allowed to participate as an information gathering entity in the 2010 Census?

What Were They Thinking

Jennifer Rubin of Pajamas Media writes that the Democrats will have to own the failing stimulus package since it hasn't stimulated anything but our contempt. What's frustrating is that the American people knew it would fail, but Washington went ahead and passed the package anyway. We don't mind being able to say "I-told-ya-so" except this one is really, really expensive.

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