Friday, April 27, 2012

Ron Paul - Values Voter Summit 2011

I saw this on my son's blog,
I concur with my son in that I don't agree with Ron Paul on every little nuance.
But they're minor things compared to my disagreements with Mitt Romney or Obama.
Romney is rather creepy, and Obama....well, that goes without saying.

This is funny:

This is good:

Monday, April 23, 2012

Jordon and Levi

Levi turned 15 and Jordon turned 18. We celebrated both of there birthdays on Friday with the Draper juniors and the News and our new neighbors. There were about ten kids under 12 playing in the house.  It was a rather loud night. :)

Jordon had cheese cake, as usual.

Like the Converse Shoe cake that Elise made? :D

 Yummy fingers.
 Saturday we watched Allen, Natasha, and Titus for TJ and Rachel. I grabbed this pictures of the cutey pies watching Boaz play on the computer.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Afternoon at the park

The weather has been so nice. I just love spring, don't you? But it was a little chilly last week. Last week was suppose to be are last frost. I'm glad of that. I'd be happy if it never frosts again. By Friday it had warmed back up so we spent the afternoon at the park with the niece and all the nephews.
Natasha doing..................I don't know what. :)
Garrett loves stroller rides.
This is how Allen does the monkey bars.
Rachel and Titus
Elise helping Garrett ride the seesaw with Natasha.

This is how big boys play on the play ground. The climb up to the top of things where they aren't suppose to go. :D
There are lots of options when playing on a play ground. Every thing has it's use. The rocks are meant for covering Garrett.

Boaz and Allen on the swings.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

More Ron Paul

"The Constitution was NOT written to regulate your life or your religion. It’s NOT there to regulate your economic activity, and it wasn't written so that we could be the policeman of the world. It was written to RESTRAIN our FEDERAL government." — Ron Paul

On Foreign involvement:
Those who criticize Ron Paul on his foreign policy need to know the difference between an isolationist and a non-interventionist.

I like this one:

Ron Paul says:
"I advocate the same foreign policy the Founding Fathers would....
The moral and constitutional obligations of our representatives in
Washington are to protect our liberty, not coddle the world,
precipitating no-win wars, while bringing bankruptcy and economic
turmoil to our people...   Our foolish policy in Iraq invites terrorist
attacks against U.S. territory and incites the Islamic fundamentalist against us.

Here's a good article:

Then there's the ridiculous chant, "He's not electable".
He's not electable because,
One,  you believe the liberal media establishment who are just as bent on destroying our nation as the current administration is.
Two, You are scared to death of freedom and taking responsibility for your own actions.
And finally and most simply, he's not electable because you won't elect him. 

Speaking of the liberal media; they just keep ignoring Ron Paul.
They don't want you to know what's really going on.
They don't want you to even think about him. (out of sight, out of mind.) 
Actually even the so called conservative media ignores him too.
Some of the news casts actually lie about what's going on.

Finally, here's the score board:

Friday, April 13, 2012

Obama administration to criminalize teens working on their own family farms

This among other intrusive government measures just boils my blood.
Government control is bad enough but I see the most morally bankrupt (actually this is questionable. I did go to a public high school and it was disgusting over 30 years ago.), the laziest, and not to mention the most overweight kids today than I did in the past generation.
Children need to learn a work ethic at the earliest possible age.
It starts with picking up their toys.
That is not child abuse.
Child abuse is when you leave a child to their own whims and self destructive behavior.
When a child has chores to do, it enforces self discipline and self control.
And to the over sentimentalising parent who thinks that the poor kid needs more play time;
They still have plenty of play time and as a matter of fact, the work can be enjoyable and even fun, especially when there are others working along side. You can ask my kids. All 8 of them.
Besides that if a child plays outside (verses sitting in front of a TV or computer game), that play can be more strenuous than farm work.
Other than the obvious ploy to dumb down and control the populace by corrupt politicians, a lot of parents have gotten wimpy, thinking that they want their children to have more than they did growing up and not have such a "hard life".
Hard life? They are falling into the trap of the entitlement mentality. Give me what I won't work for.
A hard life is when you wake up and realize that there's no such thing as a free lunch.

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