Webster

The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions." --American Statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852)


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Tuesday Musings...

First off I took my Dad out for Lunch for his birthday and it was a good time and I enjoyed it, he suggested a Korean restaurant because he knows that I like Korean food, especially Kimche.

 And Yes, I bought some more to take home.

Apparently there was a shooting in Kentucky and 2 kids are dead and 19 wounded.  I want to see all the facts but the Democrats are already....
I have already heard the calling for more gun control....As I recall it, the kid doing the shooting was 15, it was already illegal for him to own one....but I will pass on more comments until the facts are in.  The kid looked "chunky" that was led off in handcuffs although his face was pixalated.  Makes me wonder if it was a bullying pushed too far or something...

 The Shutdown ended...for the next 3 weeks and Schumer is catching hell from his base for caving, apparently the "Dreamers" are at his house raising hell....If I was a mean sort, I would notify ICE and let them "detain them."    As far as political system goes..
Our system was designed to require compromise. Without compromise, nothing gets done unless a party is lucky enough to have the house, 60 senators and the White House.
The Democrats have spent the last year convincing their base that Trump is literally Hitler. This was very unwise - no one can compromise with Hitler.
And so now, the Democrats *may* be hung by their own hysteria. Assuming of course that the GOP doesn’t somehow wimp out and convince Trump to do the same

   I also got my second piece of spam...ever!   First time I ever used the "Delete" feature on the comment page.  I wouldn't have minded the spam....if it wasn't so dang long...

7 comments:

  1. Oh...that food looks delish. I love it. My favorite is probably Thai, however. I like the spice. The shooting was terribly tragic. Sad, too, that it will be used to spur gun control, yet again. No motive as to why this kid took this action, but I wonder if it isn't a bullying thing too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hey Momma Fargo;

      Yep, My dad got hooked on Korean food while he was in the service and I would go and rip off his stash of korean food in the fridge and it of course would annoy him. I also would eat it when I was on maneuvers because some of the wives that were korean made enough for all of us :)
      I truly want to wait on the rush to judgement of the shooting until I know more.

      Delete
  2. My apologies for the hijack. For some reason I am unable to e-mail you but there is a video I want to share with you. The video is largely interviews with persons who were there in the early days of aviation up through to WWII and the dawn of the jet age. I think you'll like it. Again, my apologies for the 7500.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H65u9ZXNYfE

    Rick

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hey Rick;

      I will look at the video in a day or 2, I have a couple in front of it. Ill check the settings on the blog, it should send emails to my gmail account.

      Delete
  3. Happy birthday to your dad. A lunch may seem like a small act of gratitude but it is the stuff of a loving son.

    My dad, a rural Indiana boy, career USMC, two tours Korea, 3 tours VN, loved Kimchi. I can't stand the stuff.

    That age is difficult for a male. One has to be mentally tough, with integrity, to make it through. I think society is hellbent to breed that out of males.

    Rick

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hey Rick;

      My Dad was 2 tours in Vietnam, and a rural GA boy, LOL. I got my addiction from him, partly as a sense of self preservation, hehe. I do wonder about society trying to get rid of all that toxic masculinity and they don't realize that the masculinity is what will save the society, because if there is no masculinity, then they will not fight to save themselves and society. The Feminist pushing this crap don't realize that they are laying the seeds of their own destruction with this stuff.

      Delete
  4. Happy Birthday to him, and I don't care for Kimchi... Try spending a week on a Korean Destroyer, in closed spaces... Just sayin!

    ReplyDelete

I had to activate Verification because of the spammers piling up on my blog and now I had to block Anonymous users.