Framing the Dialogue

Archive for December, 2013

Civilian Warriors

 “So now I’m done keeping quiet.  What’s been said before is only half the story – and I won’t sit idly by while the bureaucrats go after me so that everyone else can just go back to business as usual.  The true history of Blackwater is exhilarating, rewarding, exasperating, and tragic.  It’s the story of men taking bullets to protect the men who take all the credit, a tale of patriots whose names became known only when lawyers and politicians needed to blame somebody for something.  Our critics have spoken.  Now it’s my turn.”


stupidHere are a few reasons why the Government is in the shape it’s in!

YES, THEY WALK AMONG US, ARE IN POLITICS AND THEY CONTINUE TO BREED.  I don’t write them, I just offer them for your consideration.
Like manure, you just gotta spread it around.

A DC ‘airport ticket agent’ offers some examples of why the US is in so much trouble!

1. I had a New Hampshire Congresswoman (Carol Shea-Porter) ask for an aisle seat so that her hair wouldn’t get messed up by being near the window. (On an airplane!)

Miracles and Massacres

miracles“I am growing increasingly fearful that our history is being lost to time…As time goes by and new generations come through our public schools, history will continue to fade.  It just doesn’t seem to be a priority anymore.  Most schools teach kids only to memorize dates and places and names.  In 1492 Columbus  sailed the ocean blue.  We no longer take the time to understand the why and how of anything because of the exaggerated importance placed on the where and when.”