Monday, January 6, 2014

The American Ship of State

The first three vessels shown below are proud representations of this nation's Naval history.  They stand as icons of the success of our nation, based on Freedom, Capitalism, and true American spirit.

The last two pictures, not so much.  They are the logical outcome of the fantasy driven leftist manipulation by our current President, Barack Obama.  Our Ship of State has suffered by his failure at this nation's helm.

Something Mr. Obama is not capable of understanding is that the fate of the Republic, our children's future, and Freedom itself, lie ultimately in the hands of the American people.   Generations of Free people created this nation, and we are the ones empowered to restore it.

Schooner American Pride
Launched 1941.  Commercial Fisher, Research Vessel

USS Constitution
Naval Frigate, launched in 1797.
Commissioned by George Washington

USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
50 Years of Service, Decommissioned Dec 1, 2012

USS Obama
Launched 2008, Found Scuttled in Some Duck Pond
No One On Board

USS Healthcare.Gov
Taxpayer Funded, Sinking Off Rocks of Reality

Thou too, sail on, O Ship of State!
Sail on, O Union, strong and great!
Humanity with all it's fears,
With all the hopes of future years,
Is hanging breathless on thy fate!
              ---Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Note to Readers......I have a lot of fun doing this, but I want to take my graphics to the next level, and I'm asking if anybody knows any tricks that would let me get the kind of effects I see around the 'net...
A good example is the kind of 'cartoons' you can see at  If you have any suggestions, please drop them in the comments, and in exchange I'll get Harvey at IMAO to come to your house and shovel snow.  Thanks, Mike


  1. Even the comments have sunk to new lows...the only thing this administration can float is a loan, using Monopoly money

  2. You can do "Biff Spackle"-like graphics in something as elaborate as Photoshop, or as simple as PowerPoint, especially since the latter instituted the whole "select items, right-click, choose 'save as picture'" option several years ago. Rock On! Jazz Hands!