• 50 years from now historians will cite the three most influential presidents in American history as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Barack Obama – Without Washington our nation would have been aborted before it was born; Lincoln through his singular wisdom and force of will held it together during what was up until then our darkest hour – and while it can be argued America had been “losing its edge” as we entered the 21st century, it was Barack Obama who initiated its current free-fall and the left’s current obsession with race.
  • Vladimir Lenin once said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted,” Now put this in context of what our kids are being taught in school regarding climate change making it little wonder we’ve reached a point of no-return in the debate.
  • If an individual cannot clearly explain or describe a problem in twenty-five words or less, chances are the individual doesn’t fully understand the problem.
  • The only way to improve the world is to create, to build and to free the human mind to express itself; meanwhile woke culture is predicated on restricting speech, cancelling people they disagree with, and of course, victimization.
  • Anyone who flies in a private jet cannot be taken seriously regarding climate change.
  • And speaking of private jets, Nancy “the science is settled” Pelosi has spent more than $700,000 in taxpayer money on private jet travel during the last three years.
  • Liberals never seem to get it, that when implementing public policy consequences matter more than intentions and results are more important than rhetoric.
  • Buying carbon offsets in tantamount to a woman cheating on her husband and telling her closest friends that it’s really OK as long as she doesn’t get caught; think about it.
  • The most obvious mistake the writers of the TV series Star Trek made (both the original and Next Gen) had nothing to do with warp drives, inertial dampeners, or cloaking devices; any 7th grade English teacher knows that even in the 24th century you can’t split the infinitive, “To boldly go…”
  • It’s easy to be liberal when you have money.
  • When looking at the political landscape in America it’s patently obvious that liberals are masters at hiding ideological claims in rhetorical Trojan horses, hoping to gain political terrain unearned by honest debate.
  • I will never understand liberals’ fascination with Europe – it’s a continent that spawned fascism, yet antisemitism remains rife; meanwhile, they think nothing of allowing 20 million Muslims to enter and ravage their cities in a clear illustration of how they have exchanged culture for hatred, creative skill for destructive skill and intelligence for backwardness and superstition.
  • A statesman takes a big problem and separates it into smaller parts; a politician takes a lot of little problems and rolls them all together until they are unsolvable.
  • The inherent (and dare I say fatal) flaw in our military’s obsession with sexuality, race and gender is that it focuses on self rather than on purpose, ability, or service…and just like the Afghanistan debacle, this state of affairs will come back to haunt us.
  • A dilemma is a situation where a difficult choice has to be made between two equally bad alternatives and that’s the position liberals find themselves in regarding the transgender issue. Liberals tell us they’re all about being “fair,” i.e., Biden’s DEI mandates, “Everyone must pay their fair share,” etc., but how can it be “fair” to allow a biological male claiming to be a woman to win first place in a race he couldn’t win as a man?
  • There are only three rules for successful relationships between men and women; unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find anyone willing to tell me what they are.
  • Life is about keeping agreements. Think about some of our everyday frustrations.  How many problems in the workplace are due to someone failing to keep an agreement?  And when our kids “get into trouble,” it usually involves a failed agreement, like being home by curfew.  And how many marriages are unsuccessful because one party or the other failed to keep the agreements made on their wedding day?  Ninety five percent of the problems we face as human beings could be eliminated if people only kept their agreements.

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