Wednesday, September 11, 2013

In The Wind

Today I was going to write a blog about 9/11 and what some Islamic fanatics did to our country.  I was going to say something about where we find ourselves today, and the unbelievable mess we find ourselves in thanks to our would-be President and his sidekick John Kerry.

Somewhere today, an American will die defending what we believe in, and what we are.  It's always been that way, and yet somehow we've let the country fall into the hands of people who see it all as a series of opportunities to be gamed, as a crisis not to be wasted.

Millions of people voted Mr Obama into office, and some of them appear to be awakening to the mistake they made.  Unless something drastic happens we can expect 3 and a half more years of his perfidy and incompetence.  The harm being done to this country will take generations to undo.  Nobody can say how much harm, or how long it will take.  The answer is "blowin' in the wind".  Today Jeb Bush will award Hillary Clinton the "Liberty Medal" for her supposed contributions to the country.  Maybe she can hang it on the wall next to Mr. Obama's Nobel Peace Prize and Mr. Kerry's Silver Star.

I'm sitting here in front of this computer at four o'clock in the morning,  in the middle of the desert east of Phoenix, and I realize that I have nothing constructive to say.  In DC right now there are God knows how many people on bikes converging on Washington to protest what's happening in this country, and I wish I was there with them.  I'm going to get on my own bike and go somewhere.  Maybe the wind will do me some good.

God Bless America.

1 comment:

  1. I find myself also looking at D.C. with utter disgust and wishing I was there to send my middle finger up in the direction of the White House. I am wondering if finally my Country is beginning to come out of this haze and starting to see just how important it is to elect qualified Americans into the most powerful office in the world.

    It humors me to think they gave Hillary a "Liberty Medal" for her contributions to what??? My only hope is that she wears it home, trips climbing the stairs and the thing gets caught on a banister and acts like a noose around her neck. around her neck