Thank GOD I Have Insurance Because I’m Going To The Hospital In The AM
I have been unwell for about 5 weeks. I have thought it was a flu, but I don’t think so. As some of you know, I have had 2 major surgeries, the 1st one almost killed me thanks to Socialist California and their lousy medical system & 3rd world Doctors–at least they got out the 2 liter cyst mass of puss from my ruptured appendix that they left ROT inside of me for 8 mos.. B”H”…The 2nd surgery, they had to clean out the 1st one plus a hysterectomy and two 6 inch masses. Now, I believe (not totally sure) but I think it may be my gall-bladder. So, I will see in the AM. Fasting, praying, daven, and getting ready for whatever it is I am getting ready and mentally preparing for.
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It’s easy, not to mention great fun, to ridicule liberals. But so long as you’re not totally devoid of the compassion gene, it’s hard not to feel sorry for them.
For instance, imagine you voted for Barack Obama in 2008 because you believed all the high-sounding hooey he spewed, ignoring his background and his associates. Because you gave him the key to your heart, you found yourself unable to complain about an additional five or six years of mounting casualties in Afghanistan, drone strikes, Guantanamo or even the Patriot Act.
You also felt you couldn’t complain about Operation Fast and Furious; tapping the phones and computers at the AP; the Benghazi massacre and subsequent cover-up; or the scandalous goings-on over at the IRS.
You can’t even condemn the President for subverting the Constitution by grabbing power from the legislative branch of government. read more>>> http://www.westernfreepress.com/2014/03/16/the-heartbreak-of-liberalism/
“If you look at how this played out, clearly Putin has had the upper hand in this.”
— Representative Mike Rogers
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For NRO, Robert Zubrin writes: On March 15, there were two demonstrations in Moscow, one for and one against Russian intervention in Ukraine. A friend of mine in Russia sent me a link to an amateur video taken of both marches. Here it is:
The first half of the video shows the “March for Peace,” opposing intervention. The banner leading the march reads “Hands off Ukraine”; another banner further back reads “bring the Russian forces home.” The demonstrators are chanting “Russia without Putin!” In addition to Ukrainian and Russian flags, the protesters carry flags reading “Solidarity” and “Party of Progress.” A rough estimate would place the size of the demonstration at about 50,000 people.
[Robert Zubrin’s book “Merchants of Despair: Radical Environmentalists, Criminal Pseudo-Scientists, and the Fatal Cult of Antihumanism” (New Atlantis Books) is available at Amazon]
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