April 22, 2012
"If I wanted America to fail"
Watch this. Then send it to everyone you know. Wait a month. Send it again. Wait a month.....
Posted by gerardvanderleun at April 22, 2012 2:41 PM
Done. I'm also sending the 51 minute Brad Thompson Youtube speech (Sidelines)and making my daughter watch both.
I am seriously worried about an Obama 'victory'.
Dang, someone's done a video of the things I've been saying for the last ten years.
Try to think of anything in the modern world that isn't dependent on energy. Cheap, reasonably priced, secure energy is the keystone of any modern economy. Producing things like crops, lumber, minerals, earth moving machines, airplanes, clothing, etc. etc, all create wealth and are made easier and more efficient by using fossil energy. That should be understood by everyone, but it's not because the watermelons (Green on the outside, red on the inside) hi-jacked the narrative. Thus the necessity of sending this to everyone until they understand.
Posting at my blog, twitter, FB, & emailing it.
That was Paul Harveyesque
He should have mentioned Kim Kardashian every 8 seconds if he wanted to reach the people that need to hear this.
The TV Watchers were promised we could have it all powered by unicorn farts and that's what they expect.
Nice, but probably could have cut it in half so more people that don't believe it will have a better chance of watching the whole thing.
Just sent video to all of my "thinking" contacts.
Lure the tiger out of the Mountain:
Loot a burning house
When a country is beset by internal conflicts, when disease and famine ravage the population, when corruption and crime are rampant, then it will be unable to deal with an outside threat. This is the time to attack
Or, as I say it, our house is on fire and soon the thieves will come.
Scott M: Kim Kardashian is a speck of cosmic dust in the Universe. The message of Conservatism sails unimpeded through one ear and out the other of those with the mental capacity of a Swiss cheese...that's why we are what we are and they are what they are.