I still can’t go there.
To that little swatch of grass
bathed in sunlight
without even a dappling of shade
It seems like a green field of memories
with almost no one left to remember
Even the words subscribed on the tiny brass plaques
seem somehow belittling
With them set into the ground
for the convenience of mowers
to pass over
It makes her seem
that she shouldn’t trouble the groundskeeper
with her monument
It makes me think of the mundane consequences of death
that overshadow the greatness of life
Like the simple economics
I can’t look at the life of such a beautiful women
summed up in such a small way
it seems so common
I know that she would have told you
that she was common
but she wasn’t
She had a greatness in her soul and being
that transcended the normal
that transcends death
I am overwhelmed by that little plaque
and it’s insignificance
Enough to paralyze me from going there
I know that if I see it it will push
the other memories from my mind
and supplant her
She will become a place in a cemetery
with a little map on the grounds keeping shed
gridded and numbered
number 6 in row B
a little part of the order in a small field
and I can’t have that.
Yeah, even guys like me have Moms.
Think the Republicans are the answer? Not for a minute, all they are concerned with is remaining in the seat of power.They made their position clear in the primaries by knocking out any of the constitutionally concerned candidates.
Instead of having liberty minded men in the seats of power, we will have guys like Thad Cochran voting our destiny for us.
What we are witnessing are the last convulsing gasps of our political system and possibly our culture. I believe that within our time and sooner rather than later, that we will be faced with the choice to either kneel or resist.
Hope and change is coming; It is not finished yet by a long sight. The change will be something that we as a society will abhor, but will be forced by the propaganda machine of the ruling elite to accept.
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”
John F. Kennedy
A 25-year old Canadian man killed one and injured another Canadian soldier after he used his vehicle to run the troops over in a mall parking lot. After his car was identified, the driver was then pursued by police for a couple miles, which ended when the jihadi motorist lost control and flipped his vehicle into a ditch.
“Police said that Marin Rouleau, or Ahmad LeConverti (Ahmad the Converted) according to his Facebook page, then decided to get out of his disabled vehicle and charge the cops with a knife in hand. As he was running at the police officers, Rouleau was reportedly shot several times and killed.”
Sorry about the big writing. I wasn’t yelling, it just came out that way.
Maybe I should have been though. This highlights the true danger from ISIS. It is not that they are going to fly over and attack us; It is going to be some dumb ass wanna be Jihadi who is already here and decides to walk into a Mcdonalds with an AK.
Add that to the growing list of things to fear
1. Barack Hussein Obama
2. Federal tyranny
3. People with blood shooting out of their eyes
4. Starving dogs with fevers
5. UN medical troops
6. The Democrats winning the mid terms
7. The Republicans winning the mid terms
8. The ATF
9. The IRS
10. Balaclava clad Jihadis running through crowds with their cars
“The medical profession in Liberia and the nation as a whole have again been terribly hit by Ebola. It was announced last weekend that Dr. Thomas Scotland on Saturday succumbed to Ebola in the JFK’s Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU). This brings to six the number of medical doctors we have lost to Ebola, in a nation already woefully doctor-starved.
First we lost Dr. Sam Mutooro Muhumuza, the Ugandan physician, in July, and on the 26th of that month, our Independence Day, Dr. Sam Brisbane, a physician with over 40 years of experience. Next came Dr. Abraham Borbor, another long-serving internist; then a very promising fourth year medical student, Malikee Siryon, who died last week.
The next casualty was Dr. John Dada, a Ugandan-born intern at the Obs and Gyns section of the JFK, who died at the weekend. He studied at the University of Liberia’s A.M. Doggliotti College of Medicine, remained here and became a naturalized Liberian.”
Nothing to see here, just move along. We have everything under control.
And that after this:
“Liberia said its chief medical officer Bernice Dahn, who has been leading the fight against Ebola, does not have the deadly virus.
But, Minister of Information Lewis Brown said, Dahn placed herself in quarantine after her special assistant died Thursday. “
“MONROVIA, Liberia — One of Liberia’s most high-profile doctors has died of Ebola, a government official said Sunday, highlighting the risks that health workers face in trying to combat the deadly disease.”
But don’t worry, Dear leader has said that everything is safe.
Just remember that these aren’t hut dwelling bushmeat eaters going down here. These are educated Govt. officials who know all about protocol and are the elite of their society.
As the head of Samaritins purse stated and as evidenced by the unusual spread in Africa “Something is different about this one”
Just don’t forget that “Never let a crisis go to waste” is a double edged sword.