Archive for July, 2008

Rush Limbaugh read this on his show on Friday, and I was blown away.  I had to go check it out for myself, and when I saw the video with it, it was just too good. 

For some, it may seem like this is praise for Obama, but it isn’t.  It is just satire on how much he thinks of himself, and how highly the mainstream media regards him.  This isn’t blasphemous, it is truly brilliant commentary. 

Bottom line is, people have put Barack Obama on this level, which is truly sad.  He should never be compared to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  That is where the abomination is.  What a sad state our society is in for Barack Obama to be seen as a savior.   I believe he sees himself this way, too.  (On a quick side-note:  Yesterday during our sunday school lesson, the question was asked, “What is an anti-Christ?”  The first and immediate thought I had was “Barack Obama.”)

Now, with all that said, please enjoy this, and understand what it is really saying.  This is the author of the article, Gerard Baker, reading it.  (And, to learn about the real Savior of the world, click here.) 

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My friend Mike has a great post up on the real Barack Obama.  Please check it out!

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With all the plans Obama has for new government programs, entitlement programs have been under a microscope lately.  I believe this is a good thing.  The folks at the Heritage Foundation have written a great article about the costs of these programs.  It is completely out of control.  Now, Obama and his liberal friends want to add more.  To many Americans, the promises that they are making sound great.  But one of the problems with all of these programs (and there are many programs and many problems) is that people don’t look at what it will really cost them.   Here’s a great graphic that illustrates this beautifully.  (Click to enlarge.)

We must start cutting entitlement programs.  (And no, we shouldn’t just abandon the people that are on Social Security.)  We simply cannot allow more government entitlement spending.

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Cookie Monster ABC’s

Sometimes, something is just too cute.  In the midst of all the ickyness in the world, it’s always good to have a little laugh!  This is great, and kids love it, too. 

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I wanted to take a moment and talk about a wonderful friend of mine, Aimee, who passed away today, surrounded by family and friends, after loosing her battle with Cystic Fibrosis.   

Aimee and one of my daughters

She and I have been friends for about 13 years, after we met in high school.  We’ve had some awesome times together, full of fun and laughter.  But, with Aimee, it was always that way.  She always had a smile.  Aimee was one of the most warm and caring people I’ve ever known.  She was usually more concerned about other people than herself, even when she was sick.  Her heart was so big and full of love to give.  Aimee was also a rebel and highly opinionated.  She wasn’t afraid to tell you what she thought.  But, I think that’s why she had so many people that loved her.  Aimee was an aunt to my children, and a dear, dear friend to me.  She was also a wonderful daughter and sister, and to Aimee, her family was everything.  While it saddens me to think of life without her here, I am comforted and delighted with the knowledge of where she is now, and the amazing memories I will carry with me forever.


Mike also wrote about Aimee on his blog.

You can read Aimee’s obituary here.  It appears in the July 23 issue of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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My father-in-law was telling me about this today.  I know it’s a little old, but I think it’s pretty funny.

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