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Random Political Thoughts –


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Wonder if people will take notice ….. pray… get involved in regards to what is going on in the world today- The political processes have just run a “muck” and SOME of the American People, have been so hypnotized by President Obama either having a great deal of “swag” ( which I cannot stand that term in reference to a world leader ) or they are STILL happy because a black man is in the White House –

With so many people out of work……homelessness, drugs, murder, inflation, military scandals etc… it is even a wonder that America still has a leg to stand on and REMAIN RESPECTED from other world leaders within NATO – (seriously) Italy, United Kingdom to name a few are to say the least……”loosley” have our country’s back as the votes have shown this week. I wonder WHY President Obama has been the ONLY U.S. President who have NOT shown any loyalty to Israel? He has proven to be Muslim when “it is convenient” and has proven to be Christian when “it is convenient” for the last few years.

Trust me, with a black man being in the White House in 2008 until present is INDEED huge news. Nonetheless, it is as huge as what he does during his two terms in office…. Just like a quarterback is only as good as his “line protects” him – nose tackle etc.

When things do not go the way the president wants, he blames CONGRESS and when things do not go the way congress wants, they blame THE PRESIDENT. I mean, when is America going to realize that every department is needed to effectively run a country even if the president is CHECKERBOARD!  ( F.Y.I. but being black is not enough to run a country! )

Praying that when AMERICA “eventually goes to war with Syria”…….our homeland soil can remain to be protected — After September 11th and with it also fast approaching – I am a bit worried – but Thank goodness = PRAYER still works.

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Who Is In Office?


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Ummmm… last time that I checked…. A United States President “represented” power and he or she ( Hillary 2016 ) was able to make MAJOR EXECUTIVE DECISIONS without the “okay” from congress…….. ( folk that represent the 50 states within the United States )…….

For a mega power county leader to NOT make a decision because he wanted “others” to be apart of the process is MIND BOGGLING to me…. I mean if you want CONGRESS “to help you” to decide…. WHY ARE YOU IN OFFICE? For all that , I should have AT LEAST ran for office…..

I mean the WORLD is watching and I am sure that although this is President Barack Obama’s last term in office he is thinking of his legacy. Well, Mr. President, there are tons of other things that has already transpired during your two terms so your legacy will NOT look like Lyndon B. Johnson, Harry Truman, John F. Kennedy or Bill Clinton.

I mean – is this really AMERICA in this crisis right now? Families of military troops are all excited that the United States has been slowly but surely being pulled from the Middle East……. but if we know our great country of AMERICA – those same troops that were promised a date to “go home” with their families will be DETOURED TO SYRIA!

Ugghh… I wish that the country that I lived in operated with more BACKBONE – and why did no one care about SUDAN when ( and still ) going through all of the killings….. MASS MURDERING / RAPES etc???

My Random Opinion Via North Korea –


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Talking to your family and especially your younger kids about what is GOING ON IN THE WORLD right now is very vital. These kids are walking around listening to music on their i-phones with NO KNOWLEDGE if the very city that they live in is planning a strategy for any types of attacks….

President Obama will not say it, and our leaders in Washington will not say it as they do not want to escalate the situation. But as early as I can remember back in the 70’s when my father started teaching me about WORLD POLITICS that  North Korea has been a problem child since before the 1950’s.

HOWEVER,  if they attack and kill even one American soldier or civilian, I will advocate the nuclear destruction of that country so that not one person or stone is left standing. The time of petty warlords and dictators trying to control more than their own country is over. South Korea is a soviergn nation.

North Korea leader Kim Jong-un smiles as he salutes during a military parade to celebrate the centenary of the birth of North Korea founder Kim Il-sung in Pyongyang

The freedom to rule their own nation with threats by it’s neighbors is absolute as is China’s. No Nation should in this time have to live in fear of having a tyrant of another nation invade and take away their freedoms. I also urge that IF war is to happen, Then China start at the top of North Korea and South Korea and the United States start from the south and we will meet in the center for a drink of tea. (so to speak )

China will control what ( so to speak ) lands it had to go to war with and South Korea will control the lands they had to fight of invaders in and there will no longer be a North Korea and a leader that apparently cannot lead or is listening to very bad advice and not using his own common sense!

Well……I am just RAMBLING AND VENTING but via China is concerned…..

China will not help any North Korean aggression. They know the price is too high. Not in nuclear terms, either. No one is that stupid, even if some blowhards advocate that “solution”

America and North Korea


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I am NOT saying that The United States is not taking the threats from North Korea very seriously because to ignore a nut is not a good plan. We must consider the possibility. We ignored the attacks prior to 9-11, “feeble attempts to cause fear” and “not really worth getting excited over” and “they really do not have the technology to do us harm.” And yet………….

Ummm….the other question is that if  these threats have been taken seriously EARLY ENOUGH! I believe they have been not because there is much of a possibility of any direct strike on the United States but the potential of it on our forces in the area and loyal allies such as Japan and the Republic of South Korea.

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SERIOUSLY………My worry is Baby Leader in trying to appease his generals has pushed himself into a corner and will have to strike something. We shall see? So far it looks like very prudent measures are in place to show this is realized as a potential.
Never underestimate the drive of an enemy – that would really be stupid. We are not in panic mode but caution and thought are and should be the order of the day.

More Political Talk / Views


Every belief that citizens try to express politically is rooted in some philosophy or religion or some set of assumptions about society and its
well-being. They do not come from out of nowhere. Religiously-based convictions about society and morality are as legitimate as those that spring from non-religious philosophies. Hence, Christians, Muslims, or Jews may seek to get laws passed that are rooted in their religious convictions. Such laws are appropriate as long as they have a secular purpose and do not constitute an establishment of religion.

Whether these laws are wise or worthy of enactment must be judged by whether they promote the common good as judged by national values not by the fact that they are or are not rooted in the religious faith of those who support them.

A religious foundation is neither required not forbidden. Neither secular humanism nor religious faith is privileged in this regard. Ideally and in principle, religious believers should not seek to get laws passed on religious grounds but because they express the values of the secular society. These norms and goals are defined by the founding documents and cultural traditions as they have come to be embedded in the common life. For example, if people of faith want to crusade for universal health coverage, e. g., they should argue for the policy not because the Bible or the Pope authorizes it or because God wills it but because it promotes “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” and because Congress is constitutionally permitted to spend money to provide for the “general welfare.”

Likewise, religious groups that seek to outlaw racial or gender discrimination should make their case on the claim that it would be good for society as a whole not on the fact that it is authorized by their religious faith.  In practical terms, however, if believers feel that distinguishing between the religious
basis and the political implications of their faith is an intolerable splitting of a unitary set of beliefs, then let them act accordingly. If  people actually
convince other voters to support legislation because the Bible, the Pope, Buddhist teachings, the Koran, or church doctrine mandates it, not much can be done about it except to make an effort to persuade them that there is a better way.

TRUST ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We cannot determine or control the reasons why people vote or support the policies they do or prevent them from convincing others to do the same. In the voting booth citizens are a law unto themselves. They can vote for whatever or whoever they want for any reason that motivates them. It is pointless to demand purity of principle on this matter. Voters act out of prejudice, self-interest, racial identity, ignorance, and for all sorts of other good and bad reasons, including their religious beliefs, philosophical commitments, and a devotion to justice based on American principles. Let us be realists about the matter.

 

Democracy is an untidy, often VERY messy,  matter…..IF you do not believe me… look at AMERCIA! Ugghhhhh……

The people can do what they want restrained only by Constitutional mandates. But it is better when acting politically in the public arena for believers to translate  religiously-based beliefs into the traditions, language, and values of the secular order. This is called for as a matter of principle. It is advisable pragmatically as well, since the tying of policy or voting explicitly to the tenets of a particular
religion, denomination, or sect may repel  large number of voters and hinder rather than further the cause.

I love Politics AND History……………

Injustice Facts –


Mexico‘s richest man Carlos Slim, makes in 2 minutes, what the average Mexican makes in a year.

The transportation of Mexico City’s millionaires requires 3 cars and 7 guards, enough to buy more than 750,000 subway tickets.

In the 1970s Nestle killed more than 400,000 children in developing countries by promoting infant formula over breast milk.

In South Africa more than 98% of Caucasians live in formal houses, while more than 50% of Africans live in basic shacks.

 There are currently 3500 people on death row in the United States, the highest number in U.S. history.

U.N. estimate of yearly expenditure on war: $1.3 trillion, enough to eradicate world poverty for 7 years.

The U.S. Military spends $18 billion a year on advertisements (propaganda).

5.4 million deaths are caused by tobacco each year, yet Philip Morris continues to pay Hollywood to show actors and actresses smoking.

The U.S. Navy has spent $4 billion training ‘Suicide Dolphins’ to carry missiles into ships, even though the U.S. has no enemies with ships.