Monthly Archives: May 2009


Remember these words Barry, unnecessary spending? Have you really cut the spending? NO, you have only succeeded in creasing the spending to which it could be years before we will recover.Was this such a campaign ploy to sway the minions that you’ve been able to mesmerize with your charm and charisma? You really going to stop the war? Hello, check with your advisers, I am afraid its escalating! Yeah cut back on the nuclear warfare while Iran is developing missles to launch, promising to take out Israel and possibly one day come after us…

We are speaking Barry can you hear us? Do you care?

I hope you do! We the People
are Talking and we won’t be silenced…


What were they thinking, always best to be informed



Our we a nation divided instead of being united? I say yes we are….We were offered “change and hope” during the campaign of Barack Hussein Obama and we’ve seen the change but the “hope” remains to be seen or is it”hopelessness”that we now feel.

We changed; because now our government is taking over businesses, our banking, promoting infanticide, twisting our health-care delivery to mimic Europe’s and Canada’s, that has sent their citizens to come to the U.S. for the care that they have to wait for, instead of being readily available.

Our economy is now more in debt to other countries than at anytime in our history. The spending started with George Bush and has only escalated with the coming of Obama. We now have a budget that is in the trillions of dollars, a legacy that will surely be left to our grandchildren and of those to come.

We have politicians that are more geared for the power they seek rather by governing by the principles of which they lack. We live in a time when the speaker of the house calls a major government entity liars, a vice president who divulges vital information. A president who surrounds himself with people of questionable character.

What happened to the candidates that put the people first? Remember them, they would listen to us and would seek the opinions of their constituents and govern accordingly. We need to seek these characteristics in the candidates that we in the future attempt to put into office. Our needs and that of our families should be first and foremost on their minds as they legislate to bring about laws that affect each and every one of us.


Abortion today, is as controversial as it was over thirty years ago. Arguments have been voiced from the Supreme Court to the pulpits of our churches. Morality and the effects of abortions for many years have been facing this generation, and generations of our forefathers and of theirs. The main difference with today’s society is that it knows no other law pertaining to abortion, for most, it has been a legal procedure their entire lives.

This continues to be agenda of the current administration; to continue this barbaric act and show no compassion for the unborn. This was cause for protest at Notre Dame’s recent graduaton.
It is our responsibility for humanity’s sake to work together to overcome the barriers we face regarding abortion and find a solution in order for our civilization to survive. We must end this travesty and we must place more value on the concept of life and how we deal with it, rather than simply aborting a life that could have so much potential. This is essential for the survival of our culture and civilization.
We must elect politician who share our beliefs that all life is sacred and not be discarded in soiled utility rooms of our hospitals to die. Obama defended infantcide not only on a state level but on federal level as well. This act of barbarism must cease and it is our duty as a society to see that it stops, never should a gift of God be discarded in such a manner; I am sure Our Father is truly saddened by the actions of those with power. Power over principles have no place in our society.

I Was Lost But Now I Am Found

We have all been lost at one point in our lives

It is for his Mercy and his saving Grace

that we are found.

No matter what road we chose, the path we took

He was always there to lead us


In these times our faith is being tested

tried and often encouraged

to look away.

Real Hope rest in the Arms of Jesus

not in the words of one who perceives himself

as our Messiah.

Be not misguided.

For now is the time to place your Trust in the Sacred Heart of Jesus

God’s Love Delivered

I was very impressed with the passion and fortitude that Joan River’s recently displayed as she fought to make money for her Charity, God’s Love We Deliver. It is a charity that was started in 1986 to feed men and women who had succumbed to the HIV virus and soon expanded to feed those suffering from cancer and various of others debilitating illnesses.

The amount of time and effort to ensure that these people recieved a well balance meal is truly a testiment of the love and compassion that we as Americans continue to display even in the most difficult of financial times. It is through the generosity of people that this charity and others like it continue to flourish.

.” We also provide illness-specific nutrition education and counseling to our clients, families, care providers and other service organizations. The agency, on average, delivers over 3,000 meals every weekday, year round. To date, GLWD has delivered over eight million meals to clients in New York City and Hudson County, New Jersey”

I challenge everyone to step up and donate what ever you can so this great service can continue to flourish and continue to provide “God’s Love”…

God’s Love We Deliver166 Avenue of the AmericasNew York, NY 10013tel: (212) 294-8142fax
: (212) 294-8101EIN: 13-3366846
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