Happy New Year December 31, 2014Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: blessings, half full, Happy New Year
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There’s a family meme in my house—that I habitually make the ‘half empty’ choice…not true but I know I don’t do enough to dispel the image.
Looking back at this past year who could blame me if I did choose ‘half empty’.
As a Conservative, living under the Obama regime has been nauseating. Watching him dismantle everything that has made America great has tried my soul. The midterm elections were a statement and yet the mainstream Republicans are hell-bent on ignoring the will of the people. The liberal media ensured that America was fed a steady diet of leftist propaganda—even lying to fit their narrative.
Remove the world events of the past year and it’s easy to say my glass is half full. I have a beautiful wife and daughter who are both succeeding in their job and school respectively. We all have our health, all the bills are paid and we have wonderful friends. So as we say hello to 2015, I’ll try harder to dispel the half empty attitude as I know it’s really quite full.
Truth – What’s It Good For? December 8, 2014Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
Tags: Julia Horowitz, lies, obama, PJ Media, Rush Limbaugh
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I was going to crank out another rant about truth and the Left’s sad yet effective ability to manipulate it to fit their narrative but then several others beat me to the punch with far better prose so I will link to them instead.
I will offer a preamble that I think historians will have a field day when they look back and write about the events of the Obama years. If they are truthful they will recall the head spinning deceit that lay at the base of everything promulgated by this Administration.
History will reveal that every initiative championed by Obama was set up and supported by lies—lies that were parroted by a compliant media who shared the same agenda.
I am ever hopeful that good will triumph evil. It may not happen in my lifetime and it will certainly not happen without bloodshed—real or metaphorical.