Monday, July 21, 2008

About Life

The Liberals talk about a stable government, but we don't know how bad the stable is going to smell.
(The one we have now already smells bad enough.)

You've reached middle age when weightlifting consists of just standing up. (I have enough of a problem just trying to sit down.)

Life's a dance and all we can do is try not to step on anyone's toes. (I usually stomp on them.)

Things To Do Today:

1. Procrastinate (I'm an expert on this.)


My Second Million Dollars

I'm working on making my second million dollars.

I gave up on the first million dollars because it was taking way too long.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier

This story is long, but well worth reading.

This story is a glimpse into the character and integrity of the men who pioneered our nation. They were men of principle and as such they stand in stark contrast to the scheming and corruption of the unprincipled current group that are running the country.

Long before he earned fame and eternal glory at the Alamo, Davy Crocket was a member of Congress, serving his beloved Kentucky with pride and distinction. There are many heroic tales and sage stories associated with this remarkable pioneer. This one, called "Sockdologer," is from Edward S. Ellis's book, The Life of Colonel David Crockett, published in 1884.

Davy Crockett's "Sockdologer" (1 : something that settles a matter : a decisive blow or answer : finisher, 2 : something outstanding or exceptional)

To read the story go to:

It's too bad our voters don't put men like Davy Crockett in office!