"American Indian the FORGOTTEN MINORITY "

Friday, April 15, 2011

No one was listening...now it's 2012 re-election time

I especially like the following phrase in the following e-mail--
"conduct ourselves like the nations of Islam, where peace prevails"

Is that what he calls "peace" that is going on over there now? The sad part is I know a couple people who still have excuses for him now and would probably vote for him again. The polls are suggesting that he could win again. Do we all have to wait until next year and march in every city to make sure people vote for someone else -- let's hope we can find a someone to run who is some kind of moral businessman. Are there any left????

Yes, he told us in advance what he planned to do, but no one was listening. Everyone should read this . . .

The following is a narrative taken from a 2008 Sunday morning televised "Meet The Press" TV program. The author (Dale Lindsborg) is employed by none other than the very liberal Washington Post!

From Sunday's 07 September 2008 11:48:04 EST, televised "Meet the Press," THE THEN Senator Obama was asked about his stance on the American Flag.

General Bill Ginn, USAF (ret.), asked Obama to explain WHY he doesn't follow protocol when the National Anthem is played.

The General stated to Obama that according to the United States Code, Title 36, Chapter 10, Sec. 171 ... during rendition of the national anthem, when the flag is displayed, all present (except those in uniform) are expected to stand at attention facing the flag with the right hand over the heart. Or, at the very least, "Stand and Face It."


'Senator' Obama replied:

“As I've said about the flag pin, I don't want to be perceived as taking sides. There are a lot of people in the world to whom the American flag is a symbol of oppression. The anthem itself conveys a war-like message... you know, the bombs bursting in air and all that sort of thing."


Obama continued:

"The National Anthem should be 'swapped' for something less parochial and less bellicose. I like the song 'I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing.' If that were our anthem, then, I might salute it. In my opinion, we should consider reinventing our National Anthem as well as 'redesigning' our flag to better offer our enemies hope and love. It's my intention, if elected, to disarm America to the level of acceptance to our Middle East Brethren. If we, as a Nation of waring people, conduct ourselves like the nations of Islam, where peace prevails... perhaps a state or period of mutual accord could exist between our governments. When I become President, I will seek a pact of agreement to end hostilities between those who have been at war, or in a state of enmity, and a freedom from disquieting oppressive thoughts. We as a Nation, have placed upon the nations of Islam, an unfair injustice which is WHY my wife disrespects the flag. She and I have attended several flag burning ceremonies in the past. Of course now, I have found myself about to become the President of the United States and I have put my hatred aside. I will use my power to bring CHANGE to this Nation, and offer the people a new path. My wife and I look forward to becoming our Country's first black family. Indeed, CHANGE is about to overwhelm the United States of America."

Yes, you read it right. I, for one, am speechless!!!
Dale Lindsborg, Washington Post



Friday, April 8, 2011

Lines and Wrinkles or a Road Map?

                    Lines and Wrinkles
~These lines across my face is a map of where I’ve been,
if you look closely you can see the difference of the depth
in the lines that look like highways crossing here and there.
~The fine lines over time has grown into deep lines and wrinkles,
where over the past sixty years it’s not hard to see there has been
a lot of life that I have lived.
~I guess you can actually call it a road map of my life, where I started
and how far I have made it and possibly how much further I have to
go before there is a sign put up saying this road is closed and there is
no outlet.
~Everyone has a road map on their face that tells a story of their life from
start to finish, the only difference is some road maps aren’t as well driven
as others have been, or they were taken care of much better than some.
~I think you can tell a lot about some one when you look at their face, how
some hold up better than others, how some have really had to struggle to
live. Others the pain they have had or the sadness that was to much for
them to bear, but then you can also see how some have had a life of
ease in some ways or not had a hard life at all.
~I think the road map of my face or the lines and wrinkles that show,
give me character and hopefully shows I have been around long enough
to have gotten some wisdom, patience, understanding , empathy for all
that is around me and for the world in general.
~I don’t look anymore at an older person that has a lot of years under their
belt and think wow look at those really deep wrinkles and lines they have.
No, instead I see not just a story but a life of history in this person’s face
and wonder how much was good and how much was painful.
~We all have a road map we wear on our face and this is what does makes us
part of us, this is part of who we are and what we are. Some would like to
have a little less of the lines and wrinkles and maybe be able to detour a
few of the roads here and there, but when you think about it and look back
on your life, it really goes hand in hand…yes the wrinkles and lines and the
story of your life, it all leads up to the uniqueness of each of the road maps
that show on our face.

Friday, April 1, 2011