Saturday, December 31, 2011

Saturday Morning Reflection #121

Good morning everyone...

This will be the last entry for 2011. I believe we should all take a moment to reflect on 2011 and be grateful for the blessings we received. There are many families out there that lost a member in the wars. There are many families out there that have had bouts with drug abuse and alcoholism. There are so many bad things that we should ALL look at the GOOD and be thankful. Perhaps 2012 will be the year that AMERICA returns to HER place as a leader of nations. Let AMERICA's people clearly state that they will no longer tolerate the STATUS QUO and require this NATIONS leaders to correct the intolerable conditions that have been inflicted upon the working class.

There are many issues at hand that must be addressed and corrected. Perhaps, what should be said is that we should simply FOLLOW THE RULES. Should you commit a crime then justice should be swift and it should be handed out. Should you be here as an undocumented alien then you should be returned and forced to follow the process for legal entry. EBT,WIC,WELFARE,UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION are not a way of life...These are measures put in place to temporarily assist you in maintaining your standard of living when there is a crisis in your life.

I could go on, but I will not. This country is the greatest on Earth...I do however have one other issue....

When you are in prison and do not comply with the orders of the Correction Officers, why do they do a cell extraction? When the prisoner gets hungry enough he will clean the poop off of the walls and then will comply with the orders...there is no need to send the Officers into harms way.

Happy New Year

Here's a chuckle to start your day...

Peter, at a New Year's party, turns to his friend, Ken, and asks for a cigarette.

'I thought you made a New Year's resolution to quit smoking,' Ken responds. 'I'm in the process of quitting,' replies Peter with a grin. 'Right now, I am in the middle of phase one.'

'Phase one?' wonders Ken.

'Yeah,' replied Peter, 'I've quit buying.'

Well, until the next time...please remember that I have to pay the bills

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