Uncertain what car show this Camaro was at but love the sentiments. The awesome paint job depicts various components of the Armed Forces doing their job and enjoying being home. I love that the trunk simply states "American Pride" for a lasting impression as it would go by you on the highway. And my, my, my how I'd love to see this beauty tearing up the Autobahn at red throttle speed!
God bless the USA and God bless the troops that protect us from ALL enemies, foreign nationals that hate us, and the domestic liberals that seem to hate us even more.
This is reportedly from an article in the St. Petersburg Times Newspaper. The Business Section asked readers for ideas on "How Would You Fix the Economy?"
This is far and away the BEST idea ol' Subby has ever run across. I think this guy nailed it and give it a 24 missile salute!
Patriotic retirement: There are about 40 million people over 50 in the work force; pay them $1 million a piece severance with stipulations: 1) They leave their jobs. Forty million job openings - Unemployment fixed. 2) They buy NEW Americancars. Forty million cars ordered - Auto Industry fixed. 3) They either buy a house or pay off their mortgage - Housing crisis fixed.
All this and it's still cheaper than the "bailout".
The One has now given permission for his newest Cabinet bureau - the Hope-n-Change Authority - to begin enforcement of any of the plethora of vapid thoughts and whimsical mutterings that the Obamessiah might utter. In order to do this, they have wired every room in the big house on Pennsylvania Ave including the "second-best bed" just in case Barry mumbles a new enlightenment policy.
And therein lies the problem; although none of the agents were certain whether 'twas The One himself, or Thunder Hips herself, that muttered "tape up any white boy that disagrees with the administration" on the night of March 12th, but enforce it they did beginning the next day. Friday the 13th was indeed unlucky for this un-believer.
Still wondering about the relative intelligence of the peeple - bless their hearts.
For those that are either first time visitors, or perhaps blind, I am not a fan of that Socialist in minority clothing that we elected. Regardless, I have been praying harder for this President than I have ever prayed for one before: Because I am afraid of the size of government under this radical of a Socialist, Because I am afraid of what a radical abortionist is going to do to the morals of the nation, Because I am afraid of the kind of "friends" he has repeatedly been drawn to in the past. I pray that he wakes up to the sovereignity of almighty God and reverses many of his publicly stated policies. However, his track record to date is just more and more of what I saw on the campaign trail - rampant big-government bailouts to all but the successful. From those he plans on taking and taking. Oh, and our children, grandchildren and all generations to come; those he plans on taking all from as well.
The question has been put forth before -
"What will it take to destroy the experiment of the United States of America?"
The answer may be unfolding before our eyes through a well-meaning but entirely misguided Socialist administration and their Socialist handlers in the DNC when we as a nation have neutered the opposition. Stay tuned folks, to quote the late, great Bette Davis; "...it look's like it's going to be a bumpy flight..." for the next four years as our economy is given a swirlie. Let's just hope the suction isn't strong enough to pull us down completely.
Thousands gathered to hear Arch-Bishop al'Gore speak at a recent service in Atlanta, GA promoting membership and fanatacism for the Church of Global Warming. Those who have previously been horn-swoggled and bought into the lunacy could easily be picked out of crowd due to their insistence on carrying hockey sticks as homage to Al's favorite graph of projected doom and gloom.
The crowd "warmed-up" (pardon the pun) to a feverish pitch generated by Tom's Scientology band - The Crew's Spaceship.
Grape Kool Aid and snow cones were served afterwards while participants enjoyed focus group discussions on the relative merits of various conspiracy theories and government cover-ups.
The rules are: Pass it on to five other bloggers, and tell them to open the nearest book to page 56. Write out the fifth sentence on that page, and also the next two to five sentences. The CLOSEST BOOK, NOT YOUR FAVORITE, OR MOST INTELLECTUAL!
"After Moses came down from Mount Sinai, calling on God became an earmark of his people's successes. The patriarch spotlighted this most dramatically in his farewell address: "What other nation is so great as to have their gods near them the way the Lord our God is near us whenever we pray to Him?" (Deut. 4:7). The other nations may have had better chariots, better weaponry, but that wouldn't matter in the end. They didn't have what Israel had: a God who would respond when they called Him. And note that there was no promised help from God if Israel ceased calling out to Him. Only defeat and humiliation would follow."
Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire - Jim Cymbala
Seriously, this was the third closest "book" but the closest with 56 pages. The first was a training manual from a National Security Personnel System, and the next was the music for the Christmas Cantata we're rehearsing - On This Very Night (Karla Worley, arranged by Lari Goss).
I contacted my 5 by email, but don't expect much from them (you know who you are).