Sunday, March 31, 2013

He has Risen, but Google Cares Less

On this day, the holy day of Christs resurrection to his holy father, you would think an American company would honor our lord and savior, who died upon the cross for our sins.

Not Google.
Google uses its famous “Doodle” search logo art to mark the birth of left-wing labor leader Cesar Chavez...
Google Honors a Socialist Dictator on Easter instead Of Jesus Christ!
Chavez was charged with 'crimes against humanity' for alleged support of murderous Colombian guerrillas and died of cancer.
While Jesus Christ was charged with opposing payment of ta
xes to Caesar and claims to be Christ, a king. From that, Jesus Christ was Crucified on a cross and died for your sins.
Today, Google honors evil, rather than the sacrifice and resurrection of Christ.

Happy Easter one and all. Jesus has Risen!

Monday, March 25, 2013

Another Hollywood Liberal Jumps In on the 2nd Amendment

As it goes, so does another Hollywood liberal junky who feels the need to exploit the Sandy Hook victims with an attack on even Jim Carrey’s 2nd amendment rights.

Mr Pet Detective himself made a mockery of liberty loving  Americans with this video below.

OK Jimbo, lets see if you can match this statement from Capt. Timothy Burbank. (And my bet, you couldn't touch it with a 10 foot pole.)

Mr. Carrey, first I would like to say I truly have enjoyed your movies throughout my life. Thus the reason me taking exception to a post of yours I read is somewhat uncomfortable. Nevertheless the truth must shine brightly.

I recently saw a tweet where you have taken a stand against Americans Second Amendment rights. You should seriously consider this one simple fact, if it wasn't for our Second Amendment there would be no Hollywood or way of life as we know it today.

No child's death is ever justified! But true leaders understand there are two sides to every disagreement. Which is the reason why I believe that if it wasn't for our Second Amendment rights we would be living in a much different society.

Start by considering our War of Independence from Britain. As a National Guardsman I can attest to the fact that our armed militia is what saved this nation from tyranny. A God inspired gift to our founding fathers and every American who has been blessed to live in this nation since its forging in the baths of its citizens blood.

Then consider our Civil War, though Lincoln's life was taken by an evil man wielding a weapon. I'm convinced he would be the first to say our Second Amendment is what saved God fearing Americans from the tyranny of slavery. Without our Second Amendment, abolition would never have been realized in America.

Since the beginning of time people have wielded weapons of one sort or another. Evil will be the first to employ a weapon aggressively. It's up to good men to stand firmly against evil men. If you take weapons away from good men then evil will run amuck.

Look at the world, megalomaniacs grasp for power everywhere with force except for in America. In America they have to use lies and manipulations to control the populace. They also use famous people to try and attain their agenda when their feeble attempts to mold the minds of the people fail.

Ask yourself why they use lies and manipulations in America? I submit for your consideration an attributed quote from a famous Japanese Admiral "because there is a gun behind every blade of grass". The credible threat of just force is what keeps evil at bay.

Utilizing a quote with a slight play on words from one comparably intelligent Hollywood character, by Hollywood standards, "Evil is as evil does". Truth is pure and poignant, cutting to the bone. Evil wants to destroy and enslave freedom and truth around every corner. It has to maintain control, light frightens darkness because where light exists darkness cannot. Darkness is inversely proportional to light, the more light the less darkness...

As individuals we either choose to stand against evil (darkness) or blindly support and submit to it. Most do this in the hope to maintain their personal freedom and comforts. When one light chooses to hide their brilliance in the midst of darkness they only add to the darkness. Ultimately their cowardly attempt to selfishly save their personal creature comforts will backfire and they will lose their freedoms along with everyone else enslaved to the evil that ensues.

Darkness is never comfortable, it's always cold and filled with despair. Eventually evil (darkness) will assimilate any good (light) into its ranks when it's isolated and fearful to shine bright. Fear of allowing your light to shine will only propagate more fear which lends to sheltering ones light further. The only answer is to allow ones light to shine brightly for all to see. Darkness has no power against light when light is allowed to illuminate. Darkness recedes from wince it came.

Weapons are not evil, they are tools wielded by evil men and good men alike. By using the ruse of "taking weapons away because weapons are evil" we are embracing a fallacy. We are simply taking the weapons away from the law abiding (good men) and leaving the world defenseless against evil men.

Weakness emboldens evil to spread its tyranny around the world. America is currently strong because of our Second Amendment rights. As a case in point, look at the Middle East and see what weakness has done for it. Chaos, chaos, chaos...

Liberalism is the ideological state of honestly believing you can reason with the unreasonable. A condition inevitably destined to realize failure... The Middle East is a living testimony to what ideological weakness will result in... The best/worse is yet to come.

Isoroku Yamamoto was a Fleet Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II.

One quote and one attributed quote from Admiral Yamamoto.

"In the first six to twelve months of a war with the United States and Great Britain I will run wild and win victory upon victory. But then, if the war continues after that, I have no expectation of success."

"You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass."

Ask yourself why Yamamoto knew he wasn't going to fair well with time. Is it possibly because after the initial destruction of Americas defensive weapons at Pearl Harbor he knew Americas industrial might would catch up to him through the production of new defensive weapons? Our country was safe from invasion solely because of our Second Amendment.

Good luck in your endeavors to either hide your light or be complicit in blocking others light. Personally I would take a stand for good men and dispose of your attempt to demonize weapons. Weapons have no soul, thus they cannot be evil. Men have souls, thus it is the man that is either evil or good...

God Bless. Capt Timothy Burbank WANG USAF...

Monday, March 18, 2013

So God Made a Democrat (Video)

I will let the video do the talking.

God Make A Democrat - KTTH 770, Seattle, The David Boze Show
Thank you to Dodge and Paul Harvey for inspiration of this parody

A Perfect Description, I Will Add!

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Cruz (R-TX) Gives Constitutional Lesson to Feinstein

Now that the Senate Judiciary Committee feels that Senator Feinstein attack on our second amendment is justifiable and voted 10-8 to send it to the Senate floor, we have a showdown on our god given, constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms.

Her comments made to Senator Cruz from Taxas, here, is startling line of thought and it is clearly misguided understanding of OUR right to keep and bear.

Now I took a few notes and feel compelled to respond:

-“Sandy Hook victims were dismembered.” 
How would she know this? Information on that has never been released.

-“Weapons of war” 
These are not weapons of war. No solder would be very confident to take semi-automatics in to the theater of war.

-“It’s fine that you want to lecture me on the constitution” 
No, the constitution is lecturing you.

-“I have been here a long time” 
The constitution has been here, as has our country, for far longer than her service.

-“It doesn't Prohibited, it exempts” Prohibits= Forbid (something) by law, rule, or other authority. 
Exempts= Others that are excused from. Meaning us and that you don’t have the right, but others do. That’s NOT how it works under the 2nd amendment.

And I guess these Senators feel that Child pornography shouldn’t be banned in Texas public schools?

-“Congress is in the business of making law”
-Congress is in the business to be protecting our liberties, representing We the People and providing the common defense. WELL, they are suppose to, anyways....

-“The Supreme Court interprets the law. If they strike down the law, they strike down the law”
They’ve struck down similar laws in the recent past. What these gun grabbing liberals know is, it will take 2-3 years to get the law (if it becomes law) struck down. By that time, people have been without their rights to “Keep and Bear” for the time period.

 Dick Durbin says “None of our rights are absolute. None of them.” 
WHOA!! Carefull DICK! Your Marxism is showing, Fucker!!!

A well Regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”  Sure sounds like they ARE 'absolutely' free from limitations, restrictions, or exceptions!

THIS is the socialist left in America. You can easily see how they stick right with their dogma of their ideology.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Drones: Republicans Are Not The Only Ones Questioning

In a letter to Obama on Monday, eight House Democrats, led by Rep. Barbara Lee of California, hammers the administration for its “increasing devolution of accountability, transparency, and Constitutional protections in U.S. counterterrorism operations.”

Signing the note were some of the House’s most progressive members: Reps. John Conyers (MI), Donna Edwards (MD), Keith Ellison (MN), Raul Grijalva (AZ), Rush Holt (NJ), Mike Honda (CA), and James McGovern (MA).

I can't believe that I am saying this, but thank god for these Democrats having the courage to prove that concerns over the administration’s secretive drone strikes is not just a huge issue among civil libertarian Republicans like Paul.
The Democrats’ letter spells out concerns over five particular aspects of the drone program:

“An unbounded geographic scope; unidentified ‘high-level’ officials with authority to approve kill-lists; a vaguely defined definition of whether a capture is “feasible”; an overly broad definition of the phrase “imminent threat,” which re-defines the word in a way that strays significantly from its traditional and legal meaning; and the suggestion that killing American citizens and others would be legitimate “under the Authorization for Use of Military Force and the inherent right to self-defense.”
 They go on to say that its a “dangerous precedent” with its recent behavior, and demanded that Obama release:

“in an unclassified form, the full legal basis of executive branch claims in the areas which are the subject of this letter. The Executive’s claims of authority need to be fully articulated to the whole Congress and the American people.”

Well thats a breath of fresh air, if I do HAVE to say so myself .

PS: Are you listening, Lindsay Gramm and John McCain?

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Obama: "I don't believe people should be able to own guns"

Thanks to CNS News, we now know the truth of Obama's opinion on our 2nd amendment rights.

In his new book, At the Brink, economist and author John R. Lott Jr., assesses the presidency of Barack Obama and recalls conversations regarding gun laws they had while working at the University of Chicago.
In Chapter Three, Mr. Lott discusses gun-control and takes the reader back to his time at the University of Chicago, where he and then-professor Barack Obama spoke on numerous occasions about guns in America.

"I don't believe people should be able to own guns," Obama told Lott one day at the University of Chicago Law School.

The chapter documents the actions that Obama has taken on guns, citing the following:
  • In 1996, Obama supported a ban on handguns
  • In 1998, he supported a ban on the sale of all semi-automatic guns
  • In 2004, he advocated banning gun sales within five miles of a school or park, which would have shut down nearly all gun stores
President Barack Obama describes his views on guns much differently now that he is on the national stage, Lott believes, pointing to an interview on Fox News in which Obama states, "I have said consistently that I believe that the Second Amendment is an individual right."
h/t weasel zipper:

Yes, now that he is in the national spot light, of course he is going to change his tune.
But with today's MSM, he could still speak those words, and it wouldn't get any coverage.