Tuesday, May 8, 2007

This Is Not Your Father’s Mickey Mouse...

Hamas has taken hostage of our favorite talking mouse and has brainwashed him to spew anti-American propaganda to impressionable Palestinian children. After telling children to eat right, drink milk and pray daily, Farfur the mouse informs children they should take up arms to kill Americans. Consequently, while our children are singing “I love you, you love me…” with a purple dinosaur, Muslim children are singing, “We will destroy the chair of the despots, so they will taste the flame of death.” Awwww, Isn’t that cute?

Americans must realize that we have a real and formidable enemy who will stop at nothing to destroy us. Our adversaries are indoctrinating their children to hate America and are creating future terrorists. Sadly, our children are prevented and shielded from learning and embracing out nation’s history while children from other countries are being prepared for jihad against the United States.

It is time for Americans to wake up and understand that no level of diplomacy or economic sanctions will help to alleviate the threats against our country. It is time we teach our children about the greatness of our nation and educate them about the countries around the world who seek to destroy us. Let’s throw political correctness out the window and kick multiculturalism to the curb for the sake of our safety and security.

God Bless America

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

These terrorist are sick people at least we know their agenda. Unlike the Domestic terrorist who spread propaganda and hate like the Holden's of the world.

Anonymous said...

This topic is too serious to knock the JPCA (Even though they deserve it!).

The hate that is filled in this world is real People hate us for our freedoms. God Bless and keep the USA strong and out of harms way.

May we have the moral courage to defeat those who wish harm on us.

Anonymous said...

Hamas is a sick group that preys upon the weak minded and ill informed. When they get weapons of mass destruction the world will learn not to give in to Terrorists.

Anonymous said...

While sometimes I come on this site to rant over Bob Holden and Tony the Tulip... you are right to point out the real dangers in this world. This is what separates you from the Crap! Thanks for an eye opening post.

Anonymous said...

With extremist like Hamas, Al Qaeda and the Iranian government, George W. Bush does not get enough credit for protecting us on our homeland. We live in dangerous times that require true leadership that will not buckle under at the sign of distress. History will look favorably upon George W.

Now go get Bin Laden!

Anonymous said...

Remember 9-11 I lost family to these wacko's! Let us continue our war on terror.

Ben Franklin said...

The following are excerpts from a letter that was published in the Pennsylvania Journal on December 27, 1775. It was signed by "An American Guesser," recently identified as Benjamin Franklin. It was written after the Revolution began but before the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Maybe it is time to read and understand this once again.


The Rattlesnake as a Symbol of America

I observed on one of the drums belonging to the marines now raising, there was painted a Rattle-Snake, with this modest motto under it, "Don't tread on me." As I know it is the custom to have some device on the arms of every country, I supposed this may have been intended for the arms of America;......."That the worthy properties of the animal, in the crest-born, shall be considered," .......the ancients considered the serpent as an emblem of wisdom, and in a certain attitude of endless duration — both which circumstances I suppose may have been had in view. Having gained this intelligence, and recollecting that countries are sometimes represented by animals peculiar to them, it occurred to me that the Rattle-Snake is found in no other quarter of the world besides America, and may therefore have been chosen, on that account, to represent her.

But then "the worldly properties" of a Snake I judged would be hard to point out. This rather raised than suppressed my curiosity, and having frequently seen the Rattle-Snake, I ran over in my mind every property by which she was distinguished, not only from other animals, but from those of the same genus or class of animals, endeavoring to fix some meaning to each, not wholly inconsistent with common sense.

I recollected that her eye excelled in brightness, that of any other animal, and that she has no eye-lids. She may therefore be esteemed an emblem of vigilance. She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage. As if anxious to prevent all pretensions of quarreling with her, the weapons with which nature has furnished her, she conceals in the roof of her mouth, so that, to those who are unacquainted with her, she appears to be a most defenseless animal; and even when those weapons are shown and extended for her defense, they appear weak and contemptible; but their wounds however small, are decisive and fatal. Conscious of this, she never wounds 'till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of treading on her.

Was I wrong, Sir, in thinking this a strong picture of the temper and conduct of America? The poison of her teeth is the necessary means of digesting her food, and at the same time is certain destruction to her enemies. This may be understood to intimate that those things which are destructive to our enemies, may be to us not only harmless, but absolutely necessary to our existence. I confess I was wholly at a loss what to make of the rattles, 'till I went back and counted them and found them just thirteen, exactly the number of the Colonies united in America; and I recollected too that this was the only part of the Snake which increased in numbers. Perhaps it might be only fancy, but, I conceited the painter had shown a half formed additional rattle, which, I suppose, may have been intended to represent the province of Canada.
'Tis curious and amazing to observe how distinct and independent of each other the rattles of this animal are, and yet how firmly they are united together, so as never to be separated but by breaking them to pieces. One of those rattles singly, is incapable of producing sound, but the ringing of thirteen together, is sufficient to alarm the boldest man living.
The Rattle-Snake is solitary, and associates with her kind only when it is necessary for their preservation. In winter, the warmth of a number together will preserve their lives, while singly, they would probably perish. The power of fascination attributed to her, by a generous construction, may be understood to mean, that those who consider the liberty and blessings which America affords, and once come over to her, never afterwards leave her, but spend their lives with her. She strongly resembles America in this, that she is beautiful in youth and her beauty increaseth with her age, "her tongue also is blue and forked as the lightning, and her abode is among impenetrable rocks."

An American Guesser