Archive for 14 Jun 2012

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Make this shit go viral people!

I keep harping on this now and again, bur now, we have some eye candy explaining it at a level that is really easy to understand, as well as easy to look at! Obama thinks you should stay on the government dole form cradle to grave judging from that garbage video they put out about “Julia” and her life on the take.

Pay attention people:

Posted: 14 Jun 2012 in Politics

This is chilling,

It seems like every time he opens his mouth it’s a lie.

Here he is CAUGHT in another lie. And as usual the MSM will play right along and act like he’s telling the truth.

SCOAMF.

Obama Claims Documents Don’t Prove Anything; Documents Prove Obama Joined the Socialist New Party

They say they didn’t even really have “members,” per se.

And yet they have a membership list, including one Barack H. Obama, and membership dues, which they say Barack H. Obama was late in paying.

Two members of the Chicago New Party say they don’t remember Obama, but they also remember him not joining.

[W]hat exactly is the argument being offered here? Two members of the Party, Dan Swinney and Amy Sherman, were at the meeting Obama attended in 1996 according to the minutes. Both claim they don’t recall him at all. Nevertheless they are both certain that even if Obama was there, he didn’t join. It’s a very selective memory lapse.

via Obama Claims Documents Don’t Prove Anything; Documents Prove Obama Joined the Socialist New Party.

I missed this yesterday.

Here’s today’s Rock Fest brought to you by Van Halen.

This Eruption:

It’s Flag Day!

Posted: 14 Jun 2012 in History, Military History
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It’s Flag Day! Fly the flag!

Flying my flags!

“I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United States of America
and to the Republic for which it stands,
one Nation under God, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all”

The “Stars and Stripes”, the official National symbol of the United States of America was authorized by congress on that Saturday of June 14, 1777 in the fifth item of the days agenda. The entry in the journal of the Continental Congress 1774-1789 Vol. Vlll 1777 reads “Resolved that the flag of the thirteen United States be Thirteen stripes alternate red and white: that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.”

In Waubeka, Wisconsin, in 1885 Bernard John Cigrand a nineteen year old school teacher in a one room school placed a 10” 38 star flag in an inkwell and had his students write essays on what the flag meant to them. He called June 14th the flag’s birthday. Stony Hill School is now a historical site. From that day on Bernard J. Cigrand dedicated himself to inspire not only his students but also all Americans in the real meaning and majesty of our flag.

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Here’s to another 237 years! Hooah!

Well done to all that have been a part of this storied organization.

Birth of the U.S. Army

Founded June 14, 1775

Two hundred and thirty-seven years ago, our Nation’s leaders established the Continental Army, beginning a rich heritage of successfully defending this great country and her citizens. Today, we celebrate the continued honor, loyalty and bravery of our Soldiers in this noble calling. Our Soldiers remain Army Strong with a deep commitment to our core values and beliefs. This 237th birthday commemorates America’s Army – Soldiers, families and civilians – who are achieving a level of excellence that is truly Army Strong. We also celebrate our local communities for their steadfast support of our Soldiers and families. We are “America’s Army: The Strength of the Nation.”

History

When the American Revolution broke out, the rebellious colonies did not possess an army in the modern sense. Rather, the revolutionaries fielded an amateur force of colonial troops, cobbled together from various New England militia companies. They had no unified chain of command, and although Artemas Ward of Massachusetts exercised authority by informal agreement, officers from other colonies were not obligated to obey his orders. The American volunteers were led, equipped, armed, paid for, and supported by the colonies from which they were raised.

In the spring of 1775, this “army” was about to confront British troops near Boston, Massachusetts. The revolutionaries had to re-organize their forces quickly if they were to stand a chance against Britain’s seasoned professionals…

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