December 07, 2004

Miracles do happen: A Christmas Story

Thank God for people like Debi-Faris-Cifelli and her husband Steve of Calimesa, CA. They are responsible for the non-profit organization the 'Garden of Angels'. It is a cemetery for unwanted and/or abandoned babies which have been found in various places including trash dumpsters. If not for this fine couple these little angels would not have a decent resting place. Well, God surely does work in mysterious ways because they have recently won a 26 million dollar California Lottery Jackpot. I feel certain that much good will come of that Godsend.

Sacramento Bee AP article

November 25, 2004

Something to ponder on your Thanksgiving Day

As you sit down today with family and friends, say a special prayer for our fallen heros whom have made the ultimate sacrifice for us. "Semper Fi", indeed!

An excerpt from The American Thinker - 'Fallen Marines'

"I had a lot of time to think about the men that I had the privilege to carry. I had a chance to read the manifest on each and every one of them. I read about their religious preferences, their marital status, the injuries that were their cause of death. All of them were under age 27 with most in the 18-24 range. Most of them had wives and children. They had all been killed by an " IED" which I can only deduce as an [improvised] explosive devices. Mostly fatal head injuries and injuries to the chest area. I could not even imagine the bravery that they must have displayed and the agony suffered in this God Forsaken War. My respect and admiration for these men and what they are doing to help others in a foreign land is beyond calculation. I know that they are all with God now and in a better place."

May God Bless them all and "Ooo Rah"

November 03, 2004


The greatest battle of World War IV ends in total victory for the forces of good. Please say a prayer of thanks.

October 29, 2004

Bin Laden Endorses Kerry, Gets Talking Points Directly from and DNC

Did Bin Laden receive his talking points from Michael Moore or Joe Lockhart?

"So he transferred the oppression of freedom and tyranny to his son and they call it the Patriot Law to fight terrorism. He was bright in putting his sons as governors in states and he didn't forget to transfer his experience from the rulers of our region to Florida to falsify elections to benefit from it in critical times. "

"Before Bush and his administration would pay attention and we never thought that the high commander of the US armies would leave 50 thousand of his citizens in both towers to face the horrors by themselves when they most needed him because it seemed to distract his attention from listening to the girl telling him about her goat butting was more important than paying attention to airplanes butting the towers which gave us three times the time to execute the operation thank god. "

"Bin Laden pointed to the millions of pounds of explosives dropped on Iraqi children as bush his son had done, as he said to remove an old agent and install a new agent to help instealing the oil of iraq. "

Transcript on Drudge

October 27, 2004

President Bush on Defending the Defenseless

Earlier this week, Bush made an appeal for Scoop Jackson Democrats. Today in Pennsylvania, he made a pitch to pro-life Democrats: "The Democrat Party has also a great tradition of defending the defenseless. I remember the strong conscience of the late Democratic Governor from Pennsylvania, Robert Casey, who once said that when we look to the unborn child, the real issue is not when life begins, but when love begins. I remember the moral clarity of the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Democrat of New York, who said that partial birth abortion is 'as close to infanticide as anything I have ever come upon.' Many Democrats look at my opponent and see an attitude that is much more extreme. He says that life begins at conception, but denies that our caring society should prevent even partial-birth abortion.
"Preventing partial-birth abortion is an ethical conviction shared by many people of every faith, and by people who have no religion at all. I understand good people disagree on the life issue. So I've worked with Republicans and Democrats to find common ground on difficult questions and to move this good-hearted nation toward a culture of life. If you're a Democrat who believes that our society must always have room for the voiceless and the vulnerable, I would be honored to have your vote.
"There are Democrats all over America, north and south, east and west, who believe their party's nominee does not share their deepest values. I know the Democrats are not going to agree with me on every issue. Yet on the big issues of our country's security, victory in the war against terror, improving our public schools, respecting marriage and human life, I hope people who usually vote for the other party will take a close look at my agenda. If you're a Democrat, and your dreams and goals are not found in the far left wing of the Democrat Party, I'd be honored to have your vote. And next Tuesday, I ask you stand with me."

NRO the Corner

October 26, 2004

The extent to which Kerry will pander has no bounds.

Whom of us can forget the many times which John Kerry cast aspersions on the coalition that President Bush assembled for the war against terror and Iraq? He at many times called it the, "Coalition of the Bribed and the Coerced". Now, incredibly, he wants to thank the Poles and promises to help them gain jobs during the reconstruction of Iraq.

"I am grateful to Poland for standing by the Euro-American partnership these last few years and for its courageous contributions to Iraq," Kerry said in the interview, which was also carried by Nowy Dziennik, a Polish language paper published in the United States. "I will not forget that."

John Kerry has absolutely no shame.

Kerry Praises Poland's Help in Iraq by AP

October 25, 2004

More Kerry Lies -No meeting with the U.N Security Council

At least Kerry didn't try to stake claim to inventing the Internet, of course, Al Gore took claim to that.

"U.N. ambassadors from several nations are disputing assertions by Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry that he met for hours with all members of the U.N. Security Council just a week before voting in October 2002 to authorize the use of force in Iraq.

A U.S. official with intimate knowledge of the Security Council's actions in fall of 2002 said that he was not aware of any meeting Mr. Kerry had with members of the panel. An official at the U.S. mission to the United Nations remarked: "We were as surprised as anyone when Kerry started talking about a meeting with the Security Council."

At a New Mexico rally last month, Mr. Kerry said Mr. Bush will "do anything he can to cover up the truth." At what campaign aides billed as a major foreign-policy address, Mr. Kerry said at New York University last month that "the first and most fundamental mistake was the president's failure to tell the truth to the American people."

The Democrat has also made his own veracity a centerpiece of his campaign, calling truthfulness "the fundamental test of leadership." Mr. Kerry closed the final debate by recounting what his mother told him from her hospital bed, "Remember: integrity, integrity, integrity." In an interview published in the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, Mr. Kerry was asked what he would want people to remember about his presidency. He responded, "That it always told the truth to the American people."

Security Council members deny meeting Kerry
by Joel Mowbray of The Washington Post

President Bush, a man of vision and conviction

"I am a person who looks long-term, and I recognize the path we need to take. There will be moments when people are unhappy and disgruntled with some decision-making. Nonetheless, what matters most is to reach the destination. And my job as President is to see clearly where I want to go and be steadfast in my resolve to realize that vision."

"Iraq is a central commitment in the War on Terror, which requires all our resources, all our strengths," he said in Mason City, Iowa last week. "If America shows uncertainty or weakness in this decade, the world will drift toward tragedy . . . . We're staying on the offensive, we'll strike the terrorists abroad, we'll spread freedom and we will prevail . . . . as we did in Afghanistan . . . ."

'We have been in Iraq for some 19 months, and a free Iraq is now emerging . . . . But, you know, the true history of my administration will be written 50 years from now, and you and I will not be around to see it.'

Person to Person with President Bush by Trude Feldman