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Archive for December 12th, 2009

Lights Of The Season, Part I

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/12/12

Every day, for the rest of the year (yes, that means days after Christmas) I plan on posting a “Lights of the season” video. Knowing me, I’ll fail at that plan, but I’m gonna try anyway.

For the first “Lights of the season” video, we have this:

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Palin And Reagan

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/12/12

SoccerSealUSA on twitter (Jackie Seal, owner of Red, White and Conservative) tweeted about a video on Hot Air. It seems I cannot embed the same video Hot Air has so I’ll embed a shorter version of it. It’s quite humorous and fun to watch.

In the comment section, I found someone of interest to me. A real enigma. A conservative living in Hawai’i. Having been to Hawai’i five times from April 2005 to September 2007, I have had a very strong desire to live there. I very much miss Hawai’i. But I cannot say that place is a Mecca for Conservative minds. Far from it.

I found this Kini kane so I checked out Kini’s blog. He definitely does malama Hawai’i and the USA. And he’s a breath of fresh Hawai’ian air. And on his site, I found this very serious video featuring Ronald Reagan:

Palin continuously proves she’s not a dim bulb and she can speak directly to regular people as Reagan did and not at regular people as Teh Won and his henchmen do. And Reagan smacked down the violent peaceniks. His line, and I paraphrase, “There’s one surefire way to guarantee peace tomorrow: surrender” is as apt today as it was when he said it.

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A Quote To Remember

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/12/12

When the American spirit was in its youth, the language of America was different: Liberty, sir, was the primary object.
Patrick Henry

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