"We have staked the whole of all our political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God." James Madison

Monday, February 20, 2006

Wolves as Watchdogs

Am I missing something?
Being a former squid, I understand the priciple of "need to know", but from the perspective of the common folk, this seems like a REALLY bad idea to put an Arab company in charge of our sea ports. As we know, only about 5% of all containers ever get inspected, but even if that increases 10 times, it is still only 1/2 of all containers.

The quantity of Illegals crossing the border is frightening to me. Especially with the understanding that a large percentage is actually from the middle east, so here's a question: Who is going to manage these companies and whom are they going to hire?
Answer: Arabs, and Arabs.

Noodle on this: If you were an Arab employer, wouldn't you have a tendancy to hire someone who has the ability to understand your native language? And if that person's documents are only slightly incomplete, wouldn't you be willing to "overlook" the miner details to get an employee that can speak Farsi or some other Arabic language fluently, and be loyal to Allah?

Patience was the operative word. Look for the "back doors" in our security was the enemies plan all along. But no need to do that now because we're letting the wolves watch the sheep. This is such a bad idea for a "boatload" of reasons.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Ludlow is at it again

I received an interesting phone call last night from the ACLJ. It now appears that Atheist Attorney Michael Ludlow is filing a law suit in the federal courts to have the phrase "In God We Trust" removed from the future production of currency, both paper and coin.
A petition should be circulating soon, and I strongly suggest that you stand up and be counted as being opposed to Mr. Ludlow's suit. He was successful in his suit to stop the Pledge of Alegience being said in schools because of the words "Under God".

Friday, February 10, 2006

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