Pathway in the Sea

Ever see a butterfly flutter by? John 3:7-8


Psalm 77:19

Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in the great waters, and thy footsteps are not known.



"The best way to show that a stick is crooked is not to argue about it or to spend time denouncing it, but to lay a straight stick along side it."

-D. L. Moody

Saturday, January 22, 2011

In the "New World", the last thing you will get on "The Science Channel" is accurate information. Note the graphic and narrative concerning "rivets" on the "Old Bay Bridge" in the following clip:


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First of all, steel contracts when it cools, it doesn't expand. Second of all, rivets are mechanically "upset" or deformed to hold the steel joint together

File:Rivet01.jpgFile:Riveting.svg

(How does "The Science Channel" define "an idiot", as in the
"An Idiot Abroad" promo in the lower right hand corner of the screen?)

Two + to makes four or five, depending on which supercontinent upon which you subjectively

evolved, or until Cass Sunstein issues regulations declaring mathematical accuracy to be

"hate speech" or "violent rhetoric". Perhaps that is why Jared Loughner almost went to blows

over why "six" should be "eighteen" or vice versa.

[In May,] there was a report of “suspicious activity” involving Loughnerin a Pilates class. When he was told his grade

would be a B, he became “very hostile.” The teacher “felt like it might become physical” and felt “intimidated,”

according to the report.

In June, Loughner was reported to be disruptive in math class. A report suggested he could be under the influence

of a controlled substance. Among his strange behaviors: He insisted on calling the number sixeighteen.” …


Could be Loughner was way ahead of his time.


Oddly, the Immelman for Congress blog "happened" to be where the Google search engine found data on Loughner's

mathematical "extremism". Clearly, Candidate Immelman is the ideal American Leader. He is against

anyone who passionately stands for something, while paying "bi-partisan" lip service to "core issues".




My core issues are national security, law and order (including border security

and enforcing immigration law), fiscal responsibility, and uncompromising

opposition to political extremism.




Good way to stay comfortable and popular, while he and this nation go straight to Hell.

Clarity of thought is so easily disposed of when it has been categorized as "extreme".

(I am beyond delirious that the Devil has been categorized as toast.)


BTW, doesn't the Ft. Hood shooter (12 dead, 31 wounded) merit the same obsessive scrutiny, analysis and

"celebrity" that Jared Loughner (6 dead, 18 wounded) has received?

Gunman kills 12, wounds 31 at Fort Hood

Army psychiatrist identified as attacker is captured alive, general says

Oh, that's right, the Fort Hood shooter does not represent anyone but himself.


Law enforcement and medical officials in Arizona said that at least 18 people were shot in the melee and that six of them had died, including John M. Roll, the chief U.S. District judge in Arizona, and Gabe Zimmerman, Giffords's local director of community outreach. Also killed was Christina Taylor Green, 9, who was born on Sept. 11, 2001, and had gone to the event with a neighbor. Two other Giffords staffers, district director Ron Barber and community outreach aide Pam Simon, were wounded.

Jared Loughner represents "enemies" of "the Government".

Like the terrorist bomber character "The Citizen" in "Miss Congeniality".

The Citizen. Only "dangerous, violent radicals" consider United States Citizenship and the

United States Constitution as important issues to be clearly defined and seriously defended.

Bye-bye, Miss American mom and apple pie. You've been "liberated" by the New World Order.

It's so much easier to be a woman nowadays, ain't it? The hyperstate

makes a much better husband than some stupid man ever could, haaawh?

As long as you are compliant and dependent, that is.

Otherwise, you will be subjected to forms of neglect and abuse that only

an all-intrusive government can conceive! Careful what you think!


Broken Arrow!

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