Joyanna Adams

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Obama: Quit Turning Your Friggin’ Pages, Put the Book DOWN and Walk Away!

Nobody Knows—

I decided this video pretty much summed up Obama’s State of the Union speech last night, and wasn’t near as long. I usually watch those things, and give a WAY too long summation.

I was supposed to watch Obama’s State of the Union Speech last night, but I turned it on, and he spoke about four words, and…I turned it off. Ruth asleep

Sorry. The pomp and circumstance were too much for me to bear. On this I wasn’t alone. Ruth Ginsberg couldn’t take it either.

Nevertheless, I heard he didn’t disappoint, The State of the Union..according to Obama …is GREAT!  Because of…him. And anybody who doesn’t agree with him WILL be vetoed. After all, he’s IS the President. And he wants more money, so he can give out more money, and the world has never been safer.

Right. And a pig can fly, cows can drive, and Obama will admit he was born in Kenya, and step down.

On a good note: a few of the Supreme Court Justices didn’t turn up. Why?

Here’s a few reasons: (Yahoo)

Justice Antonin Scalia’s absence is no surprise. It was the 19th State of the Union in a row that he’s skipped since he considers the speech a “childish spectacle.”

Thomas’s remark gets to the heart of why the State of the Union has become a painful event for the justices: the address has become a “political pep rally,” according to Chief Justice John Roberts (who still attends nonetheless), as the justices are forced to sit calmly while the President and members of government around them cheer and crow about the politics of the moment.

So, I’m with them. I only had to see a few frames of the man…and yes he is: A childish spectacle.

The question is: How many more pages does he have to turn?

 

 

January 20, 2015 Posted by | Barack Obama, humor, Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

Alex Jones’s Take on SNIPER

Nobody Flashes

I ALWAYS suggest to everyone young and old, to listen to both sides and all angles of any situation, and here Alex Jones brings out a few points that we haven’t heard about the movie Sniper.

Alex talks about propaganda, and least he forgets, the United States Government has used movies to promote whatever war they were fighting since movies were invented. In WWII, all the movies were used to get the American people on board the effort of defeating Hitler and Japan.

One of the things I do agree with Alex is, is the obvious promoting of “hero’s” to fit a political cause. In the past proud tradition of the Navy Seals, WHATEVER they did during their service, they never talked about the rest of their lives. Not even to their wives.

To this day, my husband will tell me next to nothing about what he did serving in as a Navy Seal. And I don’t want  to know.

And that’s how it should be. For the protection of them all. Get it? It’s for their own protection. bundy flag 111

Obama has changed all that: He made a point to make a big deal out of the raid on bin Laden, in order to give himself the credit. If he had been a wise and true commander, he would have simply announced that bin Laden was dead. End of story. Protect the identity of the men who were there. But no…we had to make a book, write a movie…glorify Obama’s role as Commander-in-Chief…and here’s where Alex Jones’ theory should be paid attention too.

Alex makes the point that these ‘hero’s’ are used a propaganda, and then killed. And that should remind you…that almost all of the Seals that took part in the bin Laden expedition were killed in a helicopter crash. Alex should have mentioned that one. If you read up on it, it seemed staged. Every parent of those Seals say so.

I was shocked to hear that another American killed Chris in the back. And he said, if I remember right, he did it for money. (Anybody got info on this?)

The point where Alex gets a bit …strange is when he talks about Chris enjoying killing.

It’s war Alex. If his job is to kill the enemy, and that’s what he was trained to do— If he sympathizes with the enemy, how is he going to do his job?

What Alex doesn’t realize is there is an innate love of country in military men, and the highest calling for men, is to be willing to sacrifice their lives for it.

If not for the men in the American Revolution, who pledged their lives and their fortunes to bring it about our home….America would not exist.

Nevertheless, to criticize  Clint Eastwood for making a great movie?

Jeeeze.

On a good note: Love the new ‘newroom’ look, Alex.

 

 

 

 

 

January 20, 2015 Posted by | American History, American Soldiers | , , , | 1 Comment

   

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