Thursday, September 17, 2009

I'm Not a Conspiracy Theorist, but.....

I'm not a "Conspiracy Theorist", but there are sure some weird things going on in Washington, DC, right now.

I honestly don't think Obama has our nation's interest at heart.

If it had been George W. or even Clinton doing these same things, he would have been impeached by now.

Why didn't the DC Tea Party make the mainstream news? A million people protesting the government and the president seems to be a pretty big deal to me.

What's really going on here?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAyP6GAXylE

Rick -- look at this YouTube clip about it. This man is from Oklahoma. He is extremely well spoken.

Rick said...

Shannon, Yes, he was articulate, but the CNN anchor seemed to be patronizing him.

I don't trust the media anymore.

Anonymous said...

The CNN anchor is a liberal and biased like much of the media... the media, like hollywood doesn't see that there could possibly be another side to any story that is not their own. The media tries to push their liberal agenda -- believe me, I am in Chicago, I know!

Anonymous said...

There's a lot going on on both sides of the fence. My Mother In Law recently showed me the absolutely hateful emails she's suddenly began to receive that sounds like they are coming from 1965 Alabama and Gov. Wallace. None of the emails have a signature or a return address so there's no way to respond. Just pure hate and a lot of it. It's really sad. B & J S

Anonymous said...

Speaking of the T Party, we heard the explaination at FBC Orlando as to why pirates say "Arrrrrrrrrrrr" Seems that in the first Boston Tea (T)Party, some folks got carried away and threw some "R"s overboard. The Rs floated out to sea where they were found by pirates who wanted to learn how to speak English. So until they got proper education, all they knew to say was "Arrrrrrrrrrrr." Which leads into today being "Talk Like A Pirate Day." It may not mean much to the rest of the world, but to our 4 yr old grandson, this is a major holiday.
Have a great Lord's Day Sunday. B & J S

Rick said...

B&J,

That's funny about the ARRR, not so funny about the hate mail.