It seems every day there is something new that would threaten to destroy America as we have known it. I know you are probably as me..sick and tired of this campaign before it really heats up…so far we have had the Primarys..let’s not get so distracted that we are not aware of what is going on in Washington. I came across this information on Aurora’s site and thought we darn well better know it. So my friends..put on your seat belt and hold on tight..but when you do..Please take the wheel. For now you can be in the Drivers seat if you act fast! Then for a nice return to the 60’s..withsome nice little stats there along with a trip down memory lane. I include this link at the bottom because I want us to see how much we have changed since we lost our innocence.. 40 YEARS AGO…Many of the hippies that were dropping out on acid and calling for making love not war…would it not be interesting to know how many of those dropping out and calling for change were in power today? Well, we know many of them are Professors in our Universities…many are also in politics in a big way…My how Time just seems to slip away. Our country is in danger of slipping away too if we the peopledo not insist on a return to Common Sense and throw out the Moonbats! They did not like our country then andthey sure are h*ll bent on destroying it, with a little help from their friends.. So get ready to drive..Sally..stop your riding.


 Do you trust the U.N. to force a massive increase in your taxes to provide themselves with the money to distribute amongst charities and organizations of the third world as they see fit? I don’t! Obama does, or maybe he is trying to reduce America to a nation of beggars by relieving them of their hard-earned cash. What great judgement you and our great leaders have…my my….really thinking of the good ole US of A now, are we not?
 America is already the most generous donor to the needy countries of the world, however the United Nations has decided that the U.S. isn’t giving enough. CNS commented back in February that two anonymous Conservatives were the only ones holding this disaster at bay. I wonder how they’re holding out now.According to some conservative sources, this disastrous legislation could eventually  force U.S. taxpayers to fork over as much as 0.7 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product — or $845,000,000,000.00 — on welfare to third-world countries.Well, I heard for many years that many of our so called ‘great thinkers’ and so called ‘brilliant professors’ suggest that in order to bring the rest of the world up…ya gotta bring America down.. One positive note here: we may not have to worry about people crossing our borders illegally..Heck it won’t be any better here than there..What could be gained? oh I forgot…perhaps redistribution of our property?

Here’s what Phyllis Schlafly, conservative activist and founder of Eagle Forum, recently wrote:

Obama’s costly, dangerous and altogether bad bill (S. 2433), which could
come up in the Senate any day, is called the Global Poverty Act.
So what country’s welfare are you interested in Obama?  Is this part of your glorious change? Me thinks you would like to be President of the World. It would
commit U.S. taxpayers to spend 0.7 percent of our Gross Domestic Product on
foreign handouts…

“Time is of the essence because Senator Joe Biden, the Chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee just issued a report on the Global Poverty Act and it was placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar on Thursday the 24th.

That means that time is of the essence as this potentially massive surrender of your hard-earned tax dollars to the third world may be close to a vote.

 Advocates of the Global Poverty Act are claiming that it does not really commit the United States to anything… that it won’t really cost anything… that it simply requires the President — in conjunction with the Secretary of State — to “develop” strategies to alleviate world poverty.In fact, Biden’s report incredulously states, “implementing S. 2433 would cost less than $1 million per year” Yeah, right..we know you by now…we know how you get it done..don’t think we are that stupid please.. Most of you are all lawyers right? Dang shame, we have to darn near be a Rocket scientist to dicipher your mumbo jumbo..

Technically he’s correct… after all, it doesn’t really cost that much to develop and formulate strategies…But such a cleverly worded contention begs the question: Why formulate or develop a strategy if there is no intention to follow through on that strategy? And what would it cost to actually follow through on a strategy to alleviate world poverty? Remember there are loopholes, my friends…

The Global Poverty Act intentionally gives no specific figures but it does contain clues, and those clues are stated repeatedly in the legislation’s reliance on the United Nations Millennium Development Goal.

Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media (says):

“The bill defines the term ‘Millennium Development Goals’ as the goals set
out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration… In addition to seeking to eradicate poverty, that declaration commits nations to banning ’small arms and light weapons’ and ratifying a series of treaties, including the International Criminal Court Treaty, the Kyoto
Protocol (global warming treaty), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.”


”Those U.N. protocols would make U.S. law on issues ranging from the 2nd Amendment to energy usageand parental rights all subservient to United Nations whims.”


“The legislation, if approved, dedicates 0.7 percent of the U.S. gross national product to foreign aid, which over 13 years… would amount to $845 billion ‘over and above what the U.S. already spends.’”

“The plan passed the House in 2007 ‘because most members didn’t realize what was in it.’ What a joke our leaders have become..and aren’t most of these people lawyers? You would think they would spend a little more time to understand or at least recognize the lawyer speak..eh? Congressional sponsors have been careful not to calculate the amount of foreign aid spending that it would require.” Yeah, you like to just do it and then give us the bad news..

And, how would the United States pay for this $845 BILLION commitment? According to Kincaid, who published a report on the legislation; “A global tax will clearly be necessary to force American taxpayers to provide the money.Let’s see, gas is going up out the wazoo and groceries..well, what’s the price of dog food made in China?..we can sit in the dark..wear heavy coats in winter…fan ourselves in summer..and heck..let’s just stay home folks…no need to go anywhere..oh, a job you say…sorrreee…better get 2 more of them..surely we can each work 3 jobs…who needs sleep anyway? Oh drats forgot again…when we start giving the power away and they redistribute property, gather our weapons, maybe they have in mind to just house and feed us too…then no need to do anything except what they assign for us..whoopdedoo! JUST HERD THE SHEEP! Is that not what Communist countries did…assign several familes to live together and selected who would be educated in the field of the Governments choice? When we let the UN do what it would like to do..have the power it wants..at our expense..don’t think for a minute that we are not far away from this that would sound insane to us.. Radical..yes..the Bill is radical! It does not serve American Interests…but then remember they are not serving American interests…They are into ‘ONE WORLD DOMINANCE! Wonder if they have selected who is to run this vast empire?

 We have been in existence as the first country to exercise such a Radical (in the day) Republic. We have had a little over 200 years with this great experiment with Freedom for people to be as much in charge of their own lives as possible..We did not want a Monarchy! (Are we going to now have a UN Monarchy?) I kinda like it that way..don’t you? When I make a mess of my life…well, at least it’s my mess, I am the one responsible. As Truman is well known for his famous quote..’The Buck Stops Here’.

And that $845 BILLION global tax is in addition to our nation’s current Foreign Aid programs, which, in 2006, cost American taxpayers about $300 BILLION!

It Gets Worse! Here are some of the additional provisions of the Millennium Development Goal: Read very carefully….

a “currency transfer tax,” that is, a tax imposed on companies and individuals who must exchange dollars for foreign currency;

a “tax on the rental value of land and natural resources”

a “royalty on worldwide fossil energy projection — oil, natural gas, coal”;

And how about this:“fees for the commercial use of the oceans, fees for airplane use of the skies, fees for use of the electromagnetic spectrum, fees on foreign exchange transactions, and a tax on the carbon content of fuels.” Just give us some more fees…yeah, that’s right…we want to be a third world country…

a “standing peace force,” meaning a standing United Nations army that
might, in time, be large enough to force us to bend to its will;

a “UN arms register of all small arms and light weapons,” the beginning of
the endof the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution;

the “eradication of poverty” by the “redistribution [of] wealth and land”
How do you suppose the United Nations expects to “redistribute” the land and the wealth? And what country do you think the third-world majority will go after first?

cancellation of “the debts of developing countries,”

and “a fair distribution of the earth’s resources.” Who decides what is fair?

and “political control of the global economy.” Yeah, Let’s just get rid of Sovereignty and elections..

In other words, it’s a blueprint for a world government, owned and operated by the United Nations. One thing is clear: the Millennium Development Goal is a dagger aimed at the heart of America.

While the Global Poverty Act, as presently championed by its Senate supporters, embraces certain aspects of the Millennium Development Goal, one should wonder if some of our legislators also support land and wealth “redistribution.”<…>.

Dr. Jeffrey D. Sachs — a Columbia University economist — is monitoring the Millennium Development Goal for the United Nations.

In his 2005 report to Kofi Annan — based on the research of 265 “poverty specialists” — Sachs criticized the United States for giving only a mere $16.3 billion a year to alleviate global poverty. What was it the Saudi’s gave? what did the others give..US gives more than anyone…whoo hoo…don’t believe those oil rich countries gave mucho..You forgot to include all the other aid Americans give..big boy!

He argued that we should spend at least an additional $30 billion a year. And Sachs has decreed that the only way to force the United States to commit that much money is to IMPOSE A GLOBAL TAX. Has Senator Obama— along with the other Senate co-sponsors — introduced the Global Policy Act at least in partial obedience to Sachs’ wishes?

Phyllis Schlafly claims:

“The Global Poverty Act would be a giant step toward the Millennium Goals of global governance and international taxes on Americans. Tell your Senators to kill this un-American bill.”

And yes, just in case you think the massive amounts of your tax dollars that were wasted under the United Nation’s Oil for Food program were an aberration, and that such a thing could not eventually happen on a more massive scale were the Global Poverty Act to sneak through the Senate, Doug Powers, writing for WorldNetDaily.com made this observation:”Not long ago, Nigeria’s ‘anti-corruption commission’ — runner-up in the ‘oxymoron of the year’ competition, second only to ‘U.S. Senate Intelligence’ — found that past rulers of Nigeria have stolen or misused billions of dollars.”

The commission discovered that the amount of money ‘missing’ adds up to all the Western aid given to Africa in four decades. Obama, Hagel and Cantwell want to throw more at them. Apparently they won’t be happy until there are trillions of our tax dollars stolen by crooked leaders and warlords.” Follow the Money Honey!

Unfortunately, the Global Poverty Act is still flying under the radar, but
not for long. There is hope. We know, and we can stop this vicious bill — provided we act RIGHT NOW!

Senator Obama’s Global Poverty Act has already passed the House (many Members unfortunately voted in favor of it without carefully noting exactly what was in it)  So what else is new? I wonder if they ever consider consequences or just show up occassionally for their pet projects? and President Bush may very well sign it!

That’s why it must be stopped, and it must be stopped NOW!

Use the hyperlink below to send your urgent and personalized Blast Fax messages to President George W. Bush and each Member of the Republican Leadership of the United States Senate.

Let them know in no uncertain terms that you are watching and you will not tolerate massive United Nations style giveaways that are passed in the dark of night — or in broad daylight for that matter. Tell them that putting us on the road to give billions to petty tyrants and dictators is NOT a solution to poverty.

This bill can come up for a vote at any time. Demand that our conservative legislators do whatever it takes — a filibuster if necessary — to stop this bill dead in its tracks.


Center for Individual Freedom
113 S. Columbus St., Suite 310
Alexandria, VA 22314

Hattip to  Aurora of The Midnight SunAurora’s link OBAMA TO SIGN OVER BILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO THE U.N.

Sarcasm Angie




 And now A Blast from the Past!

 Return to the 60’s.. It is very well done. Just click on the link below and enjoy….some interesting facts too.



  1. Hi Ange,
    Doesn’t this guy piss you the hell off? Rock star my ass. He is bound and determined to bankrupt this country and turn us all into ass-kissing, apologists. What a putz.

    Yes he does. So do those who think he is all that..when they know what he stands for. If they don’t know…that’s another story. Yes, with this bill alone..not to mention some of his other plans..which he does not explain how it is to be paid..maybe the UN will be in charge by then..:)

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  3. This blog is like watching Chicken Little. The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

    Read some history books, folks. There are always people running around screaming that so-and-so is going to ruin the world. Everybody thinks that the times they are living in are the worst. Geez. Get some perspective! It cracks me up how special everybody thinks we are.

    Yep, the chickens are coming home to roost. The sky will fall if we don’t wake up while we still have an opportuntiy to be a nation that once again is of the people, and mostly for the people. I kinda like our former history. America is special in my view..(and so are you and so are all of us..we are very unique and fearfully and wonderfully made..girlfriend.) figure that’s why everybody wants to come here.. 🙂

  4. What i said on this story at TMS.

    “…maybe he is trying to reduce America to a nation of beggars by relieving them of their hard-earned cash.”

    Hang on, isn’t this what every leftist is trying to do to everyone as a whole. Aren’t they always angling to take money from those who work hard and give it to those who didn’t, for a small fee and under the guise of “…surely it won’t hurt to pay this tiny amount…” off course. Sure it’s not all of them who want to take all your hard-earned, but they all want to help themselves to varying amounts of your money. Obama being one who wants a greater amount of your money.

    Never give up your guns America, it’s the only thing that stops slimeballs like Obama from enslaving you. He wasn’t bitterly whining about your clinging to religion and guns for nothing you know. Parasites like him [and in the GOP] know that’s all that’s stopping them.

    “This blog is like watching Chicken Little. The sky is falling! The sky is falling!”

    Watching this Duh thing chirping and squeaking criticisms at every post here is like watching an insolent child trying to get the attention of the grownups. Initially it’s interesting, but eventually, it’s just boring and a little sad.

    Yes, MK, they always take more and more of our money..and I PRAY we will never allow it to happen that they take our weapons from us..What a travesty of justice that would be lose hard fought for rights like our second amendment.

  5. Angie, I love history too. But let’s not limit ourselves to the pie in the sky history of our 8th grade textbooks. There has never been a time in this countries history that there hasn’t been controversy and turmoil. That is what makes this country so great! Other countries have the illusions of no controversy because their governments will surpress any viewpoints different than the ones the the ruling body holds. But if you feel we as a country are getting worse off as the years go by, you must feel that at some point we were better than we are now. I’d like to know your opinion on when the “best” time in American history was.

    MK, you can’t even speak to someone with an opposing viewpoint without turning them into a non-person? This “Duh thing”? If you had even bothered to use that organ in your head, you’d see that I do agree with some of Angie’s postings and disagree with others. Just because I don’t agree with everything she says doesn’t mean I don’t like and respect her. If that’s the type of person you are looking to hang around, you’d be much better off in China or Cuba where everyone HAS to agree or suffer the consequences.

    I agree we cannot limit ourselves to 8th grade textbooks..BTW, many of the textbooks today tend to distort a lot of our history.
    Yes, every generation has trials and controversy. Each generation thinks they had the best.
    To answer your question on my opinion of the best time in our comparatively short American History, I would have to say probably the Greatest generation was probably The one Tom Brokaw spoke of in his book. ‘The Greatest Generation” That was my parents generation too. Why? Mainly because the country’s morals and values were still revered. There was more respect for authority. The 10 Commandments were not an issue. Abortion was practically unheard of. Your home and possessions were safer..Divorce was usually not a consideration..most did not lock their doors..I could go on and on. A person’s word mattered and a good reputation was valued.

    Yes, there was crime…just very little. In fact, when I was about 5 years old..someone broke into our house after they watched us leave..But it was such a rare thing..Almost unheard of.. so it was shocking when there was crime. I also remember a murder that took place.. most shocking.
    Yes, there were war protesters and a communist movement far away(usually had to read it in the newspapers)……just did not get much attention from too many..as it was rare and to tell you the truth,itwas usually a drifter back then.It was a time when right was right and wrong was wrong. Today right is wrong and wrong is right. There is never a perfect generation and all have good and bad…But there is definitely a change for the worse in my opinion on all of the above..

    About MK..as I told you before, he does not come back and check comments.so he does not know any that you might agree with most likely..he checks for new posts..I am sure he was taking up for me.. and I appreciate his doing so. Though I know you meant no harm. You keep it interesting friend.

    he does have strong views on the left as do we all. He can say as you can anything you want on the post subject.. Just no threats as per blog policy.
    He has just experienced a lot more in a country’s rise and fall if you will. He has lived it and he has no use at all for the left in government because he has seen what it has done to his beloved country. I don’t want our country to go down the road Australia has gone.

  6. OH, I’m sorry. I only gave examples of countries with “leftist” regimes. You’d probably feel more comfortable in Afghanistan under the Taliban or Iran. Those countries are much more in line with your right wing viewpoints!

  7. Ang..he will have us all killed if we let him!..fabulous work on this piece! 🙂

    Thank you Angel..I do not trusthim at all.Well, really dont trust any of em at the moment. lol!

  8. Seriously? Are you kidding? Do you actually think that if Obama becomes president that he will have us all killed?

    I wonder if you all realize how the over the top rhetoric you use actually diminishes the point you are trying to make? It makes your arguments completely ludicrous. I am not Obama’s number one fan by any means, but to accuse the man of wanting to kill us is a tad much, don’t you think?

    Jeez Louise. I’m beginning to wonder about some of you guys’ mental health.

  9. Seriously? Are you kidding? Do you actually think that if Obama becomes president that he will have us all killed?

    Yes, if he becomes president, he will be the cause of the death of Americans. I have no doubt about that. His friend Odinga has caused the death of Christians in Kenya. Haven’t heard any condemnation from Obama. He has stated recently that the sound of the mullah cries in the mosques is, and I quote ‘the sweetest sound in the world’.

    I’m beginning to wonder about some of you guys’ mental health.

    Typical Leftist barb. Actually studies show that leftists have per person, more mental illnesses than those on the Right. But enjoy your happy little world. We shall see how Obama pans out if he is elected. Not that we will get any joy out of I-told-you-so’s. I’m sure people like you will be the first to whine when you start feeling the hunger pangs.

    Angie, thanks for the link. It makes me mad again every time I read it.
    Nice outrage added!

    Thank you Aurora..it is an outrage. “His friend Odinga has caused the death of Christians in Kenya. Haven’t heard any condemnation from Obama. He has stated recently that the sound of the mullah cries in the mosques is, and I quote ‘the sweetest sound in the world’ Unbelievable is it not?

  10. You know, if it’s the leanings of our government, regardless which way you’d prefer to see it leaning, that gets under our proverbial skin, then why is it we generally end up throwing rocks at each other?
    We’re all entitled to opinions, right? And if anyone is so thoroughly convinced they are “right”, they’ll never change the other person’s mind by slapping their face – physically or in writing.

    Thanks for the post, Angie. Definitely something to look into… added to the ever-growing list of today’s concerns. 🙂

    You are welcome Lofter.

  11. …and a strange, eerie silence fell over the commentaries…

  12. Lofter,
    I’m less interested in changing the mind of Aurora and MK than pointing out the lack of reasoning and proof in their arguments for some others that are on the fence and may believe what they say without question. Even Angie has quoted sources that look legitimate, but upon further inspection are absolutely kooky. It’s easy to get riled up about something first and fact check later. Hopefully some of my comments will make people look deeper into the issues before passing judgement.

    It isn’t a leftist barb to be worried about how some people become obsessed with paranoid radical ideas. I worry about some who lean to the left too. It’s hard for me to imagine that global warming is going to kill us all in a few years too. That’s what you sound like to me. You say, “Yes, if he becomes president, he will be the cause of the death of Americans.” How would that make him different than any other president? Every single president has been responsible for the deaths of Americans. So what is your point in saying this?

  13. Thanks Duh… and very well said, if I might add. We should all be well beyond accepting anything at face value anymore, right? Hopefully, we all follow Paul’s advice to prove all things, and hold on to what’s good. A wise and admirable approach to take in any situation.
    But I’m curious if you thought I was writing about you? I was merely expressing an observation about how, even if both sides of the argument agree that the circumstance is in need of change, we tend to get caught up in belittling each other rather than moving forward. That’s just makes us part of the problem, rather than part of the solution. Wouldn’t you agree?

  14. I would never assume that you were addressing me specifically unless you stated you were. My ego’s not that big! I was only giving my thoughts on why I continue to post here even though every disagreement I have with the subject matter is seen as hostile.

    I do agree. I think that ad hominem attacks are probably the easiest to get people on board with, which is why they are used so often. It’s really easy for people to believe that someone is horribly stupid or evil just because they don’t agree with their views. Who doesn’t want to jump on that bandwagon and feel smart and good? I’ll freely admit that I’m not above making snide comments, but it’s less to prove my point and more for my own amusement. And rarely do I actually believe what I write. For instance, I don’t really believe anyone here as mental health issues. *cough*

    Know you are not talking to me..but just had to thank you girl for not really believing anyone here has a mental health issue..uh…did I tell you about my true condition? lol!

  15. LOL! That’s why I love ya, Duh! 😀

  16. “I only gave examples of countries with “leftist” regimes.”

    You’re accurate, i’ll give you that.

    “You’d probably feel more comfortable in Afghanistan under the Taliban or Iran. Those countries are much more in line with your right wing viewpoints!”'”

    Yeah, that’s why we supported the war against the Taliban and the Baathists and are calling for military action against our right-wing chums in Iran. And you leftists are yearning to get out of Iraq, Afghanistan, ‘no war’ and ‘hands off Iran’.

    “MK, you can’t even speak to someone with an opposing viewpoint without turning them into a non-person?”

    Yes i agree, i feel that holding an actual discussion with them lends their stupidity an undeserved legitimacy. By the way thanks for proving my point about you, “an insolent child trying to get the attention of the grownups.”

  17. You supported the war because the Taliban and the Baathist’s don’t happen to be right wing Christians. Judging from some of your opinions on this blog, I think that if they were following the Bible instead of the Koran, you’d probably be pretty cozy there.

    I feel sorry for your children if you feel that exchanging ideas is insolent.

  18. Here’s an illustration of why some of you are overreacting in your fears of Islam and really the state of the world in general. Let’s say that Christianity started with the birth of Jesus around 1 A.D. (give or take a few years since we can’t be completely sure), and Islam started with the birth of Muhammad around 570 A.D. (again an estimate). If you subtract 570 from this year, 2008, you get 1438. If we go back in history to the year 1438 (developmentally the place where Islam is today) what major Christian event to we find? Uh oh. The Inquisition! Doh! Christianity during the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries was as harsh as any fundamentalist Muslim is today.

    So what does that tell us? Humankind has survived the ravages of a religion running amok before, and like the mighty cockroach, we’ll probably survive again. As far as preserving our way of life goes, that’s an illusion anyway. My mom’s only 24 years older than I am, and my children have a completely different way of life than she did as a child. What happened? Nothing really catastrophic, just the natural progression of society.

    So will you guys stop freaking out? Just chill, man!

    I been chilling too long Duh…I can’t wait to get hot again..:)

  19. Wow… very well done, Duh! You’re absolutely correct. Humankind has indeed survived the ravages of MEN run amok, using religion as an excuse. And, humankind will indeed survive such lunacy again.
    Well, not all of us. But surely most of us.
    Well… maybe not most of us. But some of us.
    Well… the cockroaches will sure survive in force anyway!
    As long as people continue to de-humanize each other through the application of various labels provided by religion, politics, ethnicity, gender, geographic origin, (fill in the distinction of your choice here), then people will continue to find reasons to hate and to kill each other. That’s simply the fact of the matter.
    While I’m most likely one of those ‘right wing Christians’ you speak of, I think even you can find agreement with me on these points, can’t you?
    I try to keep in mind the words of James, who wrote, “No man can tame the tongue. It is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison. With it we bless our God and Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made in the similitude of God. Out of the same mouth proceed blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not be so.” (James 3:8-10) I also try to keep in mind the words of Jesus, who said, “I say to you that every idle word men may speak, they will give account of it in the day of judgment. For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.” (Matthew 12:36-37)
    Those attitudes aren’t always easy to live by… which is why I’m also eternally grateful for forgiveness… And, even though I wasn’t freaking out, I think I will take your advice and chill for the weekend. 😉

  20. Gee, Angie… I seem to have strayed a bit off topic. My apologies. I’ll try to do better in the future. 😀

    Don’t worry about it Lofter.. no need to apologize.

  21. I agree totally, Lofter. In fact, I just picked up a book at Sam’s Club today called “Lord Save Us From Your Followers” by Dan Merchant. I haven’t finished it yet, but it’s about a Christian guy that is fed up with how both sides of the culture war refuse to have real conversation about issues and instead boil everything down to bumper sticker length statements. In the first chapter he covers himself with bumper stickers and stands in Time Square starting conversations with people. I’ll tell you guys how it turns out when I’m done.

  22. See… I could never do something like that. Basically, bumper stickers aren’t big enough to cover all of me unless I buy copious quantities of them… but, I can’t afford that many, so I’m just forced to sit on the sideline and comment. 😀

    By the way, you know that WalMart (and therefore Sam’s Club) are wholly owned subsidiaries of the devil… right? I’m just sayin’…

  23. Yes, but I can’t quit them. Where else can you buy a plasma t.v., a trampoline, a gallon vat of mayonnaise, and one thousand post it notes all at the same time?

    Maybe Costco.

  24. …and, apparently, Angie has left the building…

    Darn it, I did not see Elvis..somebody lied! lol!

  25. Hi everybody, hope you see this, I will try my best to get to each of you over this next week. Thanks for commenting and I promise to answer each of you as I can. Truth is I have to go just a little slower for now and do a little less than I have been. I just have to learn to pace and that is tough for me.
    You are all special to me .

  26. Just do what you can, my friend. We love ya however you’re paced! 😀

    Thanks Lofter, I got a ways to go as they say..but slowly will get there. Little at a time..a couple posts a week, then my sweet friends comments..Soon I will be over and catch up. I know I have missed a lot of goodies.do ya know how hard it is to go slow for a Redneck Woman? LOL! 🙂

  27. Jack…

    Wow, nice blog….

    Thanks Jack, come again

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