Obama Sneaking in his ‘Disarmament’ Agenda

Watch out my fellow Americans. Obama is gradually getting to his own agenda of ‘disarming’ the United States. If you haven’t seen this video that Obama tells us in his own words, his plans for our military before his election, watch it now. It’s a little late to take any action on this. I watched the video before the election so therefore, Obama did not get my vote.

Here is the link to todays story Obama Scraps Bush’s… Defense Plan from the Associated Press.

Menu and Recipes for the Inaugural Luncheon

Menu and Recipes for the Inaugural Luncheon


Today history was made. Barrack Hussein Obama was sworn in as our 44th President of the United States. I though some of you might be interested in what is being served at the Luncheon and the Recipe’s. How cool is that? He did an outstanding job on his speech. He has looked so Presidential all day. Mrs. Obama-another story. She is dressed nice and waves nice but I don’t think she realizes the camera is on her all the time. She is always looking down and fidgeting and her hair covers her face and she just doesn’t have the grace that Laura Bush had. Of course George W. wasn’t very Presidential like Obama is. Oh well, give and take I guess. Maybe she will grow into the the role! I hope so.

Visit http://inaugural.senate.gov

From the official Inaugural Luncheon site. Here is the menu:

Seafood stew with lobster, scallops, shrimp and black cod under puff pastry. Served with a 2007 Duckhorn Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc from California’s Napa Valley.

Pheasant and duck with sour cherry chutney and molasses sweet potatoes, served with a 2005 Goldeneye Pinot Noir from California’s Anderson Valley.

Apple cinnamon sponge cake and sweet cream glace, served with Korbel Natural “Special Inaugural Cuvee” California Champagne.

You can download the recipes from the Web site of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.  Each Recipe serves 10 people.

Video: Obama on the Inaugural

Video: Obama on the Inaugural

The Silver Lining after the Election

This was in my inbox this morning:

Subject: The Silver Lining -7 Reasons Not to Kill Yourself

While the election results admittedly make it difficult, I am generally an optimist, and I’m not changing my stripes now. So here’s what I feel good about right now:

· The constructionists on the Supreme Court should be able to hold out another four years before they retire. We wish them the best of health.

· We won’t have to spend four years defending John McCain. Let’s face it, he was a crummy candidate who wilted on most issues important to conservatives. It would have been four painful years followed by a lay-up election for…Obama or Hillary.

· With the economy in the tank, Obama may have somewhat limited flexibility. His plans to turn us into Finland may have to wait.

· Jimmy Carter was a painful experience, but he gave us (cue heavenly choir music) Ronald Reagan. Will Obama give us a Bobby Jindal? Tim Pawlenty? Rudy? We have a deep bench. Start thinking ahead now.

· Since the Democrats control both houses and the White House, there will be no one else to blame when they screw up, which is as inevitable as the sun rising tomorrow. While they will try to pin any problems on George Bush for at least the next millennia, the people will know better.

· The media has now officially been “outed” as in the tank for the Democrat Party. Even liberals know it. MSM credibility has never been so low.

· The New York Times was just demoted to junk bond status by the ratings agencies.

Finally, let’s be happy that it’s finally just over. This has been the longest election season ever and I – a political junkie – have never been so sick of politics.So, cheer up. It’s not all bad. Pass it along to any  of our depressed fellow travelers.