I thought the President's speech last night was outstanding. He was dignified, uncomplicated, and the things he talked about were the issues that are important to me. I was disgusted by the behavior of the Democrats, though I will say, from time to time some of them stood and applauded. That took some courage on the part of those that did so. That will get them in hot trouble with the wicked
|And last nights speech was even better!|
I was impressed with the Navy SEAL's widow. I know it must have been very hard on her. She maintained pretty well I thought, under the circumstances. She was clearly praying, which probably soured the Dimmi's even more.
The best description I have seen of the speech was at Glock Mom's blog. She is the wife of a retired Navy Senior Chief. They live with their kids, on their own land in South Carolina. She doesn't post often, but when she does, it's worth reading. Here's the link below:
Yesterday we had one of the worst thunder and lightning storms I can remember here. I didn't just shut down all the electronic equipment, I unplugged it from antennas and from the power outlets. This storm sounded bad way off, but as it got closer it rattled the windows in the house. The rain came but it wasn't a torrential down pour like we get sometimes. This was more a lightning show. I know several bolts hit in the forest around my house, and close. I haven't been out to see if I can find where it hit yet today.
This morning the internet was on and off. I had some banking to do but I just had to give up. Now, at just a little before noon, it seems like they fixed whatever damage the storm did. Once it passed, I fired up the scanners, and as I anticipated there was a lot of damage in the country. Some power lines down on main roads, that kind of thing. My power never went out during the storm, which is a modern miracle.
Here are some cartoons that I like. Cartoons often make a point that would be hard to address without a lot of writing otherwise.
|Thank God we don't have to worry about this now.|
Thought for the Day
That's all folks!
|Barn cats. The next generation.|