Recently, the MSM were shocked by the news that a girlfriend in Obama’s Dreams book was a composite. For many, such news comes as no surprise. The concept of a composite presidency certainly comes as no shock as someone who participated as a contributor and authored evidence presented at Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s press conference on Obama’s long-form birth certificate report. On the heels of these events — and taking advantage of an anniversary of the bin Laden raid — are recent campaign tactics to politicize the killing of Osama bin Laden. With the re-emergence of another round of gutsy call faux heroism regarding Obama’s decision, it may also be a good time to revisit the famous “Situation Room” photo released by the White House. Is it Photoshopped?
The Justice Department has awarded a group headed by a domestic terrorist and one-time FBI fugitive with close ties to President Obama hundreds of thousands of dollars to reduce racial disparities in the juvenile justice system.
As I sit here pondering this bit of words some will most certainly find amusing at best, down right off the rocker at worse (and even then some), I can’t help but think of what our Founding Fathers would make of our country today. Does it represent what they had in mind for future generations? Does it even resemble it? I would wager a “No” on both questions. I constantly hear people talk about them, what they wanted, how they wanted it, and whether or not it matters in todays world. So I decided to take a quick look around and ask myself the following questions. Did they believe they would forever be remembered for thier sacrifices and contributions in establishing this great nation, or did they expect to be forgotten about after awhile? Would they be proud of what this country is today- right now? Does it represent the ideas, ideals, hopes and dreams they held in thier hearts for it? Would they fight, lose everything they had- even thier lives- in order to do it again, especially given the state of our country today? What, if given the chance, would they say to our leaders today about the condition of this nation as a whole. I find the more I think about it the more disturbed I am.