Of course our heart goes out to a train load (dangerously on the roof), of children who’ve fought their way hundreds of miles to get a little piece of the American dream… Can you blame them? It’s not their fault. So, who’s the real villain here?
Could it be a guy who arranged over three years ago to fund the Texas Catholic and Baptist churches with $65,000,000 to take care of unaccompanied illegal alien children? Of course they’d accept it. It was a gift from heaven???? Could it be the fact he made sure a $50,000,000 resort was purchased to house them? And the diabolical Machiavellian plot goes on and on. Did he have a plan that long ago?
Who said, “I’ll turn Texas into a blue state?”
Who was Machiavellian and evil enough to plot that the American public would not rise up against children? Could not turn four year olds away without caring for them.
Who knew that children embraced by the current administration would most likely grow up, after being educated by liberal teachers, to vote the liberal line?
And who’s not stopping the flow, and by not stopping it, encouraging it? And sending a message back to Central America, come. He’s the guy at fault, he’s the cause of all the kids who fall under the train and lose limbs, he’s the one at fault for those who are molested and taken advantage of on the trip to freedom. If they weren’t encouraged to start by the hope of winning a piece of the American dream, none of this would be happening.
So let’s turn the tide. Let’s make sure those allowed to stay, and we know it will be far the majority while a token few are returned, are educated by teachers who understand who pays for education. What the free enterprise system is all about. If Texas has the gonads, they’ll go after the educational system to make sure the majority of teachers, even those in primary schools, are like-minded with the majority of Texans…teachers who love self-reliance and free enterprise. Not like minded with the guy at fault and the professors he’s run with all his life…professed Communists. Rather, teachers who believe in the flag: “Don’t tread on Me.” It’s time for the majority of Texans to cleanse the Universities, particularly those teaching education, of hand-out, palm-up tit suckers who teach the same philosophy. And all of us, in states where self-reliance still lives, should do the same.
I don’t think that turning the U.S.A. brown will destroy the country. I love Mexicans and most folks of color I’ve met, and being from California, I’ve met plenty. In fact most I know are more adamantly in favor of border protection than I, and most are as hardworking, or more so, than I. I’m one of few who understand that America is from not far below the North Pole to not far above the South. And God bless all of them. But they must take care of themselves. We have our hands full right here in the U.S.A. with folks here legally.
But all of us hand-in-hand is not the intent of the guy mentioned above. Obama is trying to manipulate America to his and his party’s ends…and even many, if not most, of his party disagree.
And I disagree with anyone who plots to manipulate the structure of this country to his own ends in any manner…particularly by taking advantage of children.
L. J. Martin is the author of over 40 fiction and non-fiction works. See www.ljmartin.com, www.facebook.com/ljmartinauthor
We’ve now posted over 2,300 articles in the last two years. The election is only days away. We’ve done what we could to help awaken those who’ve supported this man, Barack Hussein Obama, and his administration. I hope we’ve brought some transparency to him and his quest to bring the country down to the level of those who have not, and never will be, the go-to countries of the world. I pray that this election will go to those who believe in self-reliance, free enterprise, and freedom. God bless all of you, and God bless the United States of America. This is the last post as From The Pea Patch. Stay well.
From The Last Resistance
Ann Romney appeared on “The View” on Thursday. One could argue that this decision exhibited a shocking lack of sense or, at the very least, taste by Mrs. Romney, but there is another possibility. Mrs. Romney was being smart…or at the very least, charitable.
Mrs. Romney appeared poised and gracious. It didn’t take long for the president’s personal attack machine, in the person of Whoopi Goldberg (Caryn Elaine Johnson), to get rolling. Ms. Goldberg barely waited for Mrs. Romney to take a seat before beginning the inquisition. Hemming and hawing, Whoopi made a statement that presumed knowledge about the Mormon faith: “As first lady, if you get the job, it’s going to entail a lot of things, and one of those things is going to be talking to the mothers whose children are coming home in bags, you know, from wars. Now, I know — I believe that your religion doesn’t allow you to go fight.” At which point Mrs. Romney hit Ms. Goldberg with an iron fist in a velvet glove.
In response to Ms. Goldberg’s ignorance, Mrs. Romney said, conversationally but firmly, “No, that’s not correct.” She amplified that comment by letting Ms. Goldberg know that there are “many, many members of our faith (Mormonism) serving in the armed services.”
A visibly surprised Ms. Goldberg reeled but, like any punch-drunk boxer, too dumb to know when to lie down, she continued her attack: “Okay, um, I say that because when I read about your husband, what I had read, and maybe you can correct this is that the reason that he didn’t serve in Vietnam was because it was against the religion. That’s what I read.”
Once again, Mrs. Romney was able to quash what Ms. Goldberg seemed to devoutly wish was true. Mrs. Romney repeated “No, that’s not correct.” She explained that Governor Romney was, at that time, serving his two-and-a-half year mission for the church. Mrs. Romney added that doing service for others, in different venues, was critical, it is what makes this country great. All five of the Romney’s sons have served 2 year missions as well.
Governor Romney’s two and a half year mission was served in 1968, in France, during a very troubled period. Governor Romney was involved in an accident so severe that he was declared dead by an attending police officer. Even so, he did not come home. Governor Romney, at the age of 21, was forced to take over the mission during that time. Over 200 people, amid riots, violence and political chaos looked to him for leadership and guidance. He provided just that and gained early experience in an executive position.
It took 10 seconds to research this information. It would have taken less time had I been a more adept typist. The Romney appearance on “The View” had been scheduled for over a month. One would think that Ms. Goldberg would have found the initiative to do a little background checking in that time. But that wasn’t her purpose here. She was, clearly, attempting to savage Mormonism, torpedo Mrs. Romney and denigrate Governor Romney. Oops.
Ms. Goldberg was not the only one of the cabal asking the questions that, somehow, the president and his wife never get asked on “The View.” Barbara Walters cross-examined Mrs. Romney, digging for her “feelings.” With a silvery laugh, Mrs. Romney said, “The good news is I’m not running for office and I don’t have to say what I feel.”
Babwa was shut down faster than a Republican GM dealership under the president’s regime. Mrs. Romney did answer every other question put to her, from her thoughts about the run for the White House to her stance on abortion, with characteristic honesty and openness. For her pains, Barbara Walters damned her with faint praise: “You’re a wonderful advocate for your husband, I have to say, whatever your point of view — this is a terrific lady.” Yes, Ms. Walters, she is a terrific lady.
It is difficult to reconcile the grilling Republican candidates and their families get from the harpies on “The View” with the cooing and tossing of rose petals the president and his wife receive from the same source. Comparisons to Brad Pitt and breathless questions about “how romantic is the president?” are a far cry from accusations of dodging military service and slanders against one’s religion served up. Mrs. Romney was more than equal to the task of defusing the bombs. She was able to demonstrate, to the segment of America that actually watches “The View,” what she and her family are really like. The mother of five sons, Mrs. Romney has a wealth of experience handling children. She put it to good use here. As stated earlier, Mrs. Romney’s appearance was smart.
It’s puzzling that Ms. Goldberg never got the opportunity to ask the president about his own Vietnam military experience. But he didn’t have any military experience, did he? Perplexing, too, that this deficiency doesn’t seem to hinder either the president or his wife from “talking to the mothers whose children are coming home in bags, you know, from wars” either. But the president and his wife don’t talk to the families of dead soldiers. The president sends form letters instead.
Whoopi asked tough questions. Maybe someone should tell her that lawyers have a saying: “Never ask questions you don’t already have the answers to.”