Joyanna Adams

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Neil Armstrong…Even in Space, Gracious…

Nobody Cares

There is much uncertainty to life. Good health may be taken away from you without warning. Material possessions may be lost due to circumstances beyond your control. The one thing that cannot be taken from you without your consent is your character, which includes your beliefs, your ethics, and your principles. So guard them with care. They are your most valuable possessions.–Neil Armstrong

Last week, we lost one of our greatest American hero’s: Neil Armstrong. There are only three events I remember seeing on TV growing up that left permanent marks: The Beatles on Ed Sullivan, Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, and the assassination of JFK.

Neil’s was the best of course— It was almost a like a dream.

After his great “The Eagle has Landed.” ..Neil faded into the background. He talked about seeing Aliens on the moon, but of course, our “rulers” didn’t want to go into that much. So they kept him off the televisions with that nugget and we didn’t see him again until Obama decided to end our space program. Then ALL the old astronauts came out in protests. Just now, one of them told Cavuto that the space program kept us ahead of the other nations in engineering and just about everything. The recent success of the Mars landing shows that even Obama cannot stop the America spirit when it comes to exploring space.

Nobody Thinks it would be an absurdity to believe that there are NOT aliens. And if they are watching us, then so far, they really don’t seem to care too much about our lives.

Above is a video from Space: Neil Armstrong..the quintessential American.

What a man.

I hope you become comfortable with the use of logic without being deceived into concluding that logic will inevitably lead you to the correct conclusion. —Neil Armstrong

August 31, 2012 Posted by | Space, Space Exploration, Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Clint Eastwood–Make OUR Day–Mitt Needs a Speech Writer

Nobody Remembers…
Mitt’s Romney’s Acceptance Speech.
Here’s the bad news: It seems, Mitt Romney, after all the wonderful and funny speakers we witnessed at the Republican Convention, is not a natural speaker. I don’t know who wrote that speech he gave, but it sort of sucked. If he wrote it, then he might want to hire a good speech writer….because the only line it seemed that got everyone, was the fact that his dad gave his mom a rose every day. It sounded, like every politician speech I’ve ever heard…sorry.
The FOX NEWS camera angle on his face was terrible. Mitt looks much better from a camera shot taken slightly above the head.  We all remember the Nixon debates. I blame FOX news for that.

BUT…Here’s the good news: Mitt Romney, God be thanked, we finally saw tonight…is NOT a politician! He really IS a businessman. And that’s a good thing…That’s marvelous thing. That’s promising thing.

I was beginning to think he was a “surrogate”Bushie. But, the fact that he picked Ryan instead of Rubio shows that his focus is to fix the economy. The Bushes’ would have preferred he pick Rubio.

Like everyone else in America,  I was waiting, for Clint Eastwood. Who— God bless him, hit it right on the mark. All these lawyers as Presidents have gotten us nowhere. A businessman is what America needs right now, he said.  It almost seemed, he had a personal bone to pick with Obama, when he sauntered  into the less than family styled jokes. I took it, that Clint had a very PERSONAL insult that Clint wanted to deliver to the President, and he did.

I can’t prove it, but sometime, somewhere, the President must have told Clint (OR MITT)  to go “F$%K Himself.” Clint in a very creative way, got him back. It was delightful, and you watch…the democrats won’t talk about it.

Clint did remind us that the politicians work for us, and this one’s not working. All the bloggers say this every day, but it was nice to hear it from a Hollywood Star.  

Can Mitt debate the slickness and mean attacks that Obama will bring on him?

Can a nice, decent, and caring person, withstand what is coming his way? Will the voters think of the issues and not of the Obama Halo machine?

As Clint said, even Oprah was crying at Obama’s Conventioand we are crying now.

Let’s hope Mitt gets some better writers. Nobody suggests maybe Clint could line him up a few from Hollywood.

He is going to need some True Grit. Chicago is coming.

August 31, 2012 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment


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