Why You Should Vote for John McCain, Vol. 3

Okay, John McCain still has a long way to go before he bowls me over. I would love to see him come out in favor of the traditional marriage amendment in his home state of Arizona. I would also love to see him come out in support of the Federal Marriage Amendment. After what has happened in Massachusetts and California, that being two rogue state supreme courts and two governors illegally ordering same-sex marriage, we need the Federal Marriage Amendment.

It would be great to have the pro-family movement leaders such as Tony Perkins of Family Research Council, Don Wildmon of American Family Association, Mat Staver of the Liberty Counsel, Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice, and other conservative Christian leaders speak out against what Mitt Romney did in Massachusetts and now what Arnold Schwarzenegger has done in California.

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Obama Omens

Sorry it’s been so long since I last posted here, with writing for college, columns, and morning devotions I’ve not had sufficient time to do this blog justice. I shall try harder and by the way if you’re not receiving my morning devotion go ahead and email me and I’ll be sure you get it each weekday morning.

So what’s the latest with the Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama? Now I’m using his middle name only because I’m told I can’t and that if I do I’m a racist. Garbage!

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Tuesday Tidbits

I have somewhat of a hodge-podge here today. First, good news about the initial success of The Talon blog over at Eagles Up! This is from our editor:

I’ve got some feedback and some news for you…We have been doing good, evidently better than I guessed. If I understand correctly, just after The Talon went on line, web hits for Eagles Up took a sharp move upward, obviously attributed to our page. I’ve been told that we now earn a web-rating of 6 in comparison to Vets For Freedom with a 4 and Michelle Malkin with a 7. I don’t understand the rating system completely, but it sounds good. Since VFF are very good guys, I’d really like to see them catch up to us; but then I’d also like to see us catch Michelle…If we all continue to prosper, perhaps we can put some of the leftie sites under the dirt. Apparently several of us have scored some individual column successes with columns earning links at other established websites, not our own. That’s more success. You guys are good, and I’ve gotten some brownie points for selecting you. Thanks. The only bad news is the good news – we’ve proved we can do it, so we’re expected to keep doing it. Not really bad news, because I’m confident we can.

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Monday Morning Merriment

My best friend Don sent me this little funny:

While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old Texas rancher, whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man.

Eventually the topic got around to Obama and his bid to be our President. The old rancher said, ‘Well, ya know, Obama is a ‘post turtle’.’

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Impeach the Black-Robed Radicals

Today the US Supreme Court delivered a personal blow to my family and a fatal blow to our nation’s Constitution. In a 5-4 decision, five black-robed radicals did exactly what my precious late son feared. Here’s what I wrote Mark Levin a few minutes ago:

Today the US Supreme Court did what my son and thousands of our brave warriors feared; they declared our enemy Americans. Eddie told me not too long before he was killed that because of the GITMO issue and the last SCOTUS decision about it, that he and his comrades hoped the enemy didn’t surrender. They wanted a fight to the death because they knew if they took them captive and couldn’t turn them over to Iraqis then they might as well give them American passports.

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Just Thinkin’ Out Loud

Hillary’s speech tonight was no where near a concession speech. Why is that? Senator Obama came out, and she knew he would, claiming to be the Democratic nominee. So why no congratulatory note from Hillary?

I also find it intriguing that she’s openly allowing reports of her phone interview where she said she would consider the VP slot. And it almost seemed deliberate that her memo to staffers about wrapping up campaign offices and submitting expense reports was released, especially it reaching headline status on Drudge. Matt Drudge is a coveted news source and although liberals openly hate the Drudge Report, politicians acknowledge its influence and folks of all political stripes work hard to nuture a relationship with the blog revolutionary.

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