AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Never have so many swear words been shouted on the floor of the Senate. Never!
Maryland's Democratic Senator Jamie Raskin left all the profanity unbleeped in the January 6th "evidence" video he presented to the Senate today as he kicked off the so-called "impeachment trial" of our duly re-elected and beloved President Trump. As Senator Raskin made a mockery of all things just, lawful and Constitutional, he left me so infuriated I was muttering some of those same words myself.
Thankfully, Jason Chaffetz kept his cool and tweeted this:
Hearing the false narrative, the concocted fake reality spewed by the Democrats was so painful and infuriating, in all honesty, I only listened to bits and pieces of today's Senate proceedings. But it was enough. Heck! It was way too much.
Did you feel it, Patriots? Did you feel your heart swell with an indescribable emotion at that moment when the real patriots walked reverently into our Capitol building and suddenly, for one glorious unforgettable moment, their elected "representatives" cowered and ran from We The People. For one glorious moment, it was our House again, our voices were heard in its hallowed halls. Watching on YouTube and Twitter, I thought my heart was going to explode!
Stick with me as we explore what really happened on Wedneday and hey! Hold your heads up high, Patriots! Hold the line! Wednesday had like 17 glorious momentsbut it was only the beginning. Trump did not concede on Thursday. His ultimate victory and re-inaugurations will be glorious.
This is a place where greatness is born, where destinies are forged and where legends come to life.
This is the home of Thomas Edison and Teddy Roosevelt, of many great generals including Washington, Pershing, Patton, and MacArthur.
This is the home of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, the Wright Brothers, Neil Armstrong and so many more. This is the country where children learn names like Wyatt Earp, Davy Crockett and Annie Oakley.
This is the place where the pilgrims landed at Plymouth and where Texas patriots made their last stand at the Alamo, the beautiful, beautiful Alamo.
This would be a great time in the world
for some man to come along that knew something.
Now that's funny, I don't care who ya are. Republican, Democrat, Independent...Americans just want someone in the White House who knows something. In the days leading up to Election Day, let's not forget to laugh together. It's the shortest distance between people and Heaven knows this nation needs to come together again.
Will Rogers knew that. Born in 1879 in Cherokee Nation, Wikipedia describes Rogers as an "American stage and film actor, vaudeville performer, cowboy, humorist, newspaper columnist, and social commentator." Not bad for a High School drop-out.
His genius was making us laugh at ourselves about topics we Americans took much too seriously in the 1930s and still do today. Topics like politics and government. Rogers' quips are as accurate today as they were back then, proving that nothing much ever changes.
Remember, write to your Congressman.
Even if he can’t read, write to him.
Will didn't try to be funny, per se. He just observed America and then reflected ourselves back at us. As he liked to say, "All I know is just what I read in the papers."
For you young whippersnappers, that's several large sheets of printed paper, folded together, that crackles authoritatively when you shake it over your morning coffee. Try that with a Kindle!
Why don’t they pass a Constitutional Amendment
prohibiting anybody from learning anything?
If it works as good as Prohibition did,
in five years we will have the smartest people on earth.
Or just teach Common Core via Zoom. That'll make kids thirst for knowledge...if they aren't arrested for trying to learn like Maverick Stow.
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