Archive For January, 2009

I don’t know… Maybe Obama ain’t so bad

I was at 7-11 yesterday before picking up my daughter from softball practice.  Inside the store there were 5 African-American guys all wearing Obama sweatshirts, buttons, hats, and other stuff.  I thought to myself, “Give me a break.”  He’s just the president.  I voted for McCain.  I am a STRONG support of President Bush.  I despise and think it is deplorable the way people, the media, and the Democrats have…

Sanctity of Life

On January 22, 1973, a monumental decision was passed down by the U.S. Supreme Court to legalize abortion in America, better known now as Roe v. Wade. In my opinion, this stands as one of the top 5 dates in U.S. history. Bigger than Pearl Harbor. Bigger than Emancipation Proclamation. In addition, one of the greatest messages on the 33rd anniversary was delivered in Arlington, TX.  This message is now…

Melancholy Monday

I try not to be fake in things… although sometimes my human nature overrides that and I pretend to be someone I am not.  When I am excited about something, I’ll let you know.  If I’m crabby, I try and keep that to myself because no one deserves that from me.  If I’m satisfied, content, and happy, those are things worth sharing.  When I’m sad about something, it’s nice to…