Remember 9/11 Patriot Day

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 14 years since 9/11/01 – the worst national tragedy of our generation. Let’s all take a moment to pause and reflect…

The world changed forever on that day.

Let’s remember those we lost that day. Remember the innocent victims. Remember the first responders – those who willingly gave their lives and charged into the buildings rather than run away to safely.

Let’s remember the leadership of George W. Bush, whose courage and steady hand comforted us like a father comforts his children.

Let’s remember Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who had the strength to turn down the money of a man who wanted America to apologize.

Let’s remember all of the brave soldiers that went to Afghanistan and Iraq to fight for our freedom.

Let’s remember the patriotic feelings that swept over the nation. Remember how we all came together to support each other emotionally and spiritually.

Never forget.

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Labor Day is Un-American

Every year in September, the communists and socialists have their day to celebrate. Labor Day smacks of Marxism and it is un-American. It simply must be changed.

So why do we allow this holiday to continue? Is it because the ruling elite and the successful business people want to appease the lowly worker? Do they want to ‘throw a bone’ to the laborer and prevent a bloody revolt?

We all know that Capitalism made America the greatest nation in the history of the world – hands down. Other than current-day China, communism has failed every time and place people have tried it.

More often than not, people under communist rule yearn for freedom. Tragically, this quest for liberty often ends in brutal death. The communists often enjoy putting on public display of slaying dissidents in order to scare the remaining citizens into submission. Is that the kind of behavior we want to celebrate and glorify in America? The answer is no. I encourage you all to watch “The Killing Fields” to see the effects of communism.

Marxism celebrates Labor as the source of all value. Instead of celebrating Marxism, let’s celebrate Capitalism. Write your representatives, call you Conservative Republican radio hosts and spread the word about the campaign to replace “Labor Day” with something along the lines of “Capital Day” or “Capitalism Day.” Try to think of a better, catchier name if possible and let us know what you come up with.

We all enjoy a holiday now and then – despite the crippling consequences on the productivity of the economy. So we think it’s a fair trade-off to keep a holiday at the “unofficial end of summer,” but we need to celebrate something good, patriotic and American.

Free One Way Cruise To China

Have you noticed how so many liberals hate America and want to change it into some kind of communist nation?

Instead of ruining the greatest nation in the history of the world, why don’t they leave and go to a country that is already communist?

Every day ships full of Chinese-made goods land in our ports, then return to China nearly empty.

Let’s fill those vessels with radical liberal commies and ship them off to China – that utopia of the worker.

We just need a conservative Republican sponsor to pay for the trip. We all know the liberals won’t want to pay for their own fare.

So talk to all of the wealthy conservatives you know and try to find someone to foot the bill. It’s really an investment in America because the country will be much better off without these subversive socialists weighing us down and using up all of our hard earned tax dollars.

Be sure to let us know if you get this idea up and running – we’ll help spread the word.

Hecho En Mexico Movie

A few years ago I saw a movie called Hecho En Mexico at a film festival. The title translates to “Made in Mexico.” The liberal organizers of the festival felt it was important to have Spanish language movies at the festival since the Mexicans and Central Americans are taking over the US. Normally I wouldn’t go to see a movie like this, but it was the opening night feature and included in my admission price. Anyway, this movie contains a lot of songs by Mexican artists.

Let me assure you – the Mexican people are laughing at us. They celebrate being able to cross the border at will and taking advantage of our services for free.

They think it is a hilarious joke when they are finally deported and then come right back in a few days.

They think the idea of a giant wall is silly – they will just go over, under, through or around it.

This isn’t just me making these claims – I’m taking all of this from the movie. It’s in the lyrics of the songs they sing with a big smile. It’s in the interviews they give to the camera while giggling with glee.

I’m not saying you should go watch this movie. I’ve already given you the gist of it. I suppose if you want to see for yourself, I won’t try to stop you. For the record, many patriotic Mexican-Americans are some of the greatest folks

Many Mexicans think we’re fools. Are we proving them right?