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Archive for July, 2008

The Emperor has no clothes.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 7th July 2008

It may turn out that Barak Obama may be another Emperor with no clothes. Even the “lefty” kids are pointing fingers and daring to say he’s naked. Should we say, “All show and no go?” Barak’s not walking his talk, and people are noticing.

Even Bob Herbert, a lefty columnist in his recent New York Times Column (requires paid membership to read so I didn’t post a link.) is pointing to Obama’s pretense of being a “new politician,” while saying one thing and doing another.

Herbert writes: “Senator Obama is not just tacking gently toward the center. He’s lurching right when it suits him, and he’s zigging with the kind of reckless abandon that’s guaranteed to cause disillusion, if not whiplash.”

“What’s he doing?” is the most common question heard recently from Obama supporters.

“He seems to believe that his shifts and twists and clever panders — as opposed to bold, principled leadership on important matters — will entice large numbers of independent and conservative voters to climb off the fence and run into his yard.

Maybe. But that’s a very dangerous game for a man who first turned voters on by presenting himself as someone who was different, who wouldn’t engage in the terminal emptiness of politics as usual.”

This promises to be an interesting summer in politics.

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Celebrate Freedom

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 4th July 2008

Every morning, Ralph Marston’s Daily Motivator awaits me in my email inbox. I thought I’d share today’s message with you.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Celebrate freedom

Freedom is the great enabler of opportunity. When you are free to act in accordance with your most treasured values and interests, anything you can imagine is possible.

Essential to freedom is responsibility. It is by accepting and exercising full responsibility over every aspect of your life that you become truly free to live and fulfill your own unique vision.

Freedom carries with it great power. Responsibility keeps that power focused in a positive and productive direction.

Freedom, lovingly tempered with responsibility, has produced many great and wonderful things. Even more wonderful is the fact that freedom’s best rewards are yet to come.

For in freedom there is endless promise. With freedom, the possibilities for goodness and fulfillment are always growing more abundant.

Celebrate freedom and, more importantly, creatively put it to good use in your own special way. With your life, uncover and bring to life some of freedom’s treasures that have never been seen before.

Ralph Marston

Copyright (C) 2008 Ralph S. Marston, Jr. All rights reserved.
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Global Warming as Mass Neurosis

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 2nd July 2008

There is a 20-year old global warming conversation that:

1. It is certain that there is global warming and 2. Human activity is the cause.

It ain’t necessarily so. There are circumstances that have been observed and then interpretations added. This article has an interesting take on the ideological, theological and psychological aspect of this conversation. If you are convinced that we’re the cause of terrible global warming and we’ll pay for it soon, don’t bother reading this article. It might cause an aneurism.

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Ah, the French! Screw-up squared!

Posted by Rob Longenecker on 1st July 2008

16 Accidentally Wounded in French Military Shooting Demo!

They had live rounds instead of blanks!  More here.

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