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  • Obi's Sister 2:34 PM on 08/19/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Bad Form. Bad Form, Indeed. 

    Woman’s yard sale to pay medical bills gets shut down

    A woman [Jan Cline] fighting a terminal form of bone cancer is trying to raise money to help pay bills with a few weekend garage sales, but the city of Salem says she’s breaking the law and is shutting her down.

    Surely these people in Oregon have something better to do, like catch criminals or something.

    In the meantime, here is the Help Jan Cline Facebook page and if you can spare a few dollars, you can can donate at Jan Cline’s Fight Against Cancer.

    • pjMom 5:03 PM on 08/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      This angers me beyond belief. The woman is trying to pay her own damn bills rather than asking anyone else to do it.

      But that’s not the Obama way, so no wonder she must be stopped! God forbid anyone get any ideas about taking care of personal responsibilities.

  • Obi's Sister 5:13 PM on 04/04/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Casey Cagle, Georgia Senate, Masters   

    Politicians Behaving Badly 

    Oh wait, do they even know any other way to act?

    Cruise on over to Peach Pundit and read what the Georgia Senate has been up to lately.

    All that is missing is the clown hats. I guess you can’t get into Augusta National dressed like that.

    • Obi's Sister 6:50 AM on 04/05/2011 Permalink | Reply

      While you’re there, search the site for ‘Casey Cagle’ for some most entertaining reading!

  • Obi's Sister 8:22 AM on 03/14/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Obi's Sister   

    Five years is a long time to keep saying the same thing over and over again… 

    Isn’t the definition of insanity doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results?

    If that’s the case, then I’m definitely insane. Blogging does that to you.

    Today is my personal little blog’s birthday. It’s five years old. On Pi Day. Never in my wildest imaginings did I think that I’ll still be doing it five years later, that I would meet so many like-minded (and not so like-minded) people, that I would have so much fun, that I would learn so much, that I would travel to strange and exotic places just to meet other bloggers, that I would actually meet and converse with really important people (see that picture!), that there are so many people out there who will drop to their knees in a heartbeat and pray for you just because you asked.

    God is so good.

    If anything, blogging restored my faith in humanity and that our country really does have a chance regardless of the current “leadership”. And I use that term loosely.

    I’m grateful for it all – especially the wonderful circle of sisters here at Potluck.

    Here’s to the first five and for the next five to come. God Bless America!

    • Quite Rightly 8:58 AM on 03/14/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Congratulations, Obi’s Sister! I understand what you mean about blogging restoring one’s faith in humanity. There are many, many wonderful, smart, practical, prayerful, kind, folks out there whom we can’t meet in our daily lives–but who do have a way of encouraging us that we can get our country back to where we belong.

    • zillaoftheresistance 9:38 AM on 03/14/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Happy Anniversary, may you have many more to come. I agree with you & QR, I have met so many wonderful people since I entered the blogosphere, present company included, and have at times found myself overwhelmed with gratitude that so many people who I haven’t even met have been willing to open their hearts to me. Before I began my journey, I was all alone in lefty NY, not knowing that there were others like me who weren’t buying what the progs were selling.

    • just a conservative girl 11:54 AM on 03/14/2011 Permalink | Reply

      That is quite the accomplishment. I am coming on year #2 next month. It is much harder than what some would think.
      I too have met some very nice people and have been amazed at how many people out there are as worried about the direction of the country as I am.

    • backyardconservative 6:43 PM on 03/14/2011 Permalink | Reply


      We started blogging about the same time. And now we meet on Potluck.

      I have faith too. We are making progress–our kind:)

  • Obi's Sister 10:21 PM on 01/09/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Snow Day! 

    Around 3 inches have fallen here, west of Atlanta. After waiting all day for the event, it started snowing around 7:30. That’s about an inch an hour, so tomorrow we should wake up to something beautiful!

    • SignPainterGuy 7:32 PM on 01/10/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I watched this storm on livewxradar.com last night as it clobbered you and approached WNC. near Asheville. We got 9″ when it stopped about noon; long enough for me to clear my steps and walk and those of two widows nearby – now its snowing again ! Local weatherguys are calling for several more inches and freezing rain over the next 2 days+ ! Gee whiz, what did I do to deserve so much fun ?

  • Obi's Sister 6:24 PM on 12/13/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    AP Soils Itself – Shame, Shame, Shame. 

    Look at this picture. (Photos via Free Republic)

    The AP and the usual haters are soiling themselves collectively, crowing that the evil, wicked, dispicable Sarah Palin took a hairdresser with her on her recent trip to Haiti. She was visiting the area as part of the humanitarian effort by Rev. Franklin Graham and Samaritan’s Purse. Instead of highlighting the good work being done there, AP chooses instead to show its backside, ginning up a scandal where there is none.

    The same photographer that took the picture above, also took this picture.

    Notice the young woman, second from the right. Notice her clothing, scarf and hairstyle. Compare it to the first picture. Isn’t that the same woman, the one fixing Palin’s hair? But wait … most of America should recognize this young woman by now … it’s Bristol, Sarah’s daughter. Suddenly you see the first picture in a different light, don’t you? Instead of a hairstylist, it’s a daughter securing a pin on her mother’s head.

    Nothing is too much of a stretch for the PalinH8rs. Shame on you. And just like MSNBC, it’s no wonder your credibility is shot.

  • Obi's Sister 11:02 AM on 11/24/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: america 101,   

    Happy Thanksgiving to You and Yours 

    Of the many things I’m thankful for this year, the company of friends at Potluck is high on the list.

    At my place, I’ve written a good bit about gratitude over the years. Here’s an excerpt from one of my favorite Thanksgiving posts:

    As expected, the sermons this weekend were on gratitude, sprinkled with funny anecdotes about kids saying blessings, burnt birds and bittersweet memories. Some call these days the Holidays from Hell, and yes, sometimes they can be. Think of girlfriends meeting the-parents-of-the-object-of-desire for the first time, or a young bride making her first Thanksgiving feast for the extended family, or those who are suddenly alone and sometimes lost due to sickness and/or death. No pressure here, buck up sweetie, and be cheerful and thankful, or else! And let’s not forget the 400 football games on all day – which to watch, when? We really need one of those big split screen TVs! In like what Christmas has become; Thanksgiving puts us on the never-ending hamster wheel of obnoxious, over-achieving, forced festivity.

    […] A story from last night’s sermon illustrates perfectly the entitlement mindset that Democrats and liberals have hoodwinked many into believing, and thus hang their election hopes on.

    A neighbor (say her name is Mary) sees her other neighbor (say her name is Nancy) and decides to make her a pie. She bakes a lovely pie the next day and takes it next door. Nancy is overwhelmed that her neighbor would be so thoughtful and thanks her profusely.
    The next week, Mary makes her another pie. When she takes it over, Nancy thanks her again, but with less enthusiasm.
    The next week, Mary makes her another pie. When she takes it over, Nancy just says “Thanks.”
    The next week, Mary makes her another pie. When she takes it over, Nancy says, “Thanks, and you’re a day late this time.”
    The next week, Mary makes her another pie. When she takes it over, Nancy says “Thanks, but next time, can you make a cherry pie instead of apple? I’m getting tired of apple.”
    The next week, Mary makes her another pie. When she takes it over, Nancy says “You know, if you put a little less sugar in the crust and didn’t handle it so long, the crust wouldn’t be tough.”
    The next week, Mary has lots to do and forgets to make her pie. When she walked by Nancy’s house, she stuck her head out the door and yelled, “Hey! Where’s my pie?”

    How quickly gratitude turns into a jaded sense of entitlement.

    Ok, what’s the point of this rant? Thanksgiving is one of our only truly American traditions. Sure, some people call it “the hateful, racist, you-stole-our-country holiday”, because after all the First Amendment protects everyone’s axe and their right to grind it. And sure, the holiday has been bent and twisted to suit marketeers and cooking shows. I can really do without the mini-bundt cakes with festive fall nosegays at each place setting that tie into the theme of….

    Why don’t we go back to the original idea? Simple people, pioneers really, expressing their pure and heartfelt gratitude for not starving to death over the harsh winter, not being killed by hostiles (regardless of their native inhabitant status – remember other European countries coveted this land and were willing to kill in God’s name to take it) or mysterious disease, and sharing what food they had with those that would share it with them. A humble heartfelt thanksgiving. Not a holiday, but a state of mind.

    Shouldn’t that be our prayer every day?

  • Obi's Sister 3:26 PM on 11/22/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Comment of the Day 

    Over at my place, commenter Andy D asks a question about his 7 year old daughter that should cut to the quick of every parent out there:

    How do I explain to her that its not ok for her teachers to touch her like that, but it is ok for TSA?

    This has got to stop. Parents unite! You can support Andy at his blog, Political Friends.

    • vegas art guy 9:36 PM on 11/22/2010 Permalink | Reply

      The answer is that it’s not OK, and it should never be OK unless you are a resident of the greybar motel. Of course at that point getting searched is probably the least of your worries.

  • Obi's Sister 9:59 AM on 11/10/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Quote of the Day 

    But first a little news: Little ol’ me has been asked to be a front-page contributor at Peach Pundit, Georgia’s largest political blog. No more lurking about in the comments. I’m very excited, especially for the exposure in my home state!

    Now onto the QotD, courtesy of Jason at PP,

    “Alan Powell, Bob Hanner & Gerald Greene switched parties for a reason. The ‘Democratic Tent’ in GA has become so small it can not cover even those in it. Harsh yes, but someone has to say it. Many wavering Dems feel excluded by the narrow message. If elected officials feel comfortable switching, imagine how easy it will be for voters. It is called political science for a reason and it is time for wholesale change in the DPG.” – Carol Porter

    (Disclaimer: Carol Porter lost her bid for Lt. Governor to the despicable incumbent. She was the only Democrat I voted for in this election cycle. )

  • Obi's Sister 12:23 PM on 11/08/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Keith,   

    Indefinitely = Tuesday 

    Really. I’m just waiting for the mass MSNBC head explosion. Maybe they will synchronize them – like the swimmers in an Esther Williams movie.

  • Obi's Sister 8:30 AM on 11/03/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Congrats, Ladies 

    On a job well done! The conservative cause is alive and well in America.

  • Obi's Sister 8:22 PM on 10/31/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    This should scare the pants right off ya 

    Via Joy – want to read something really scary? Obamacare Endagame:

    Those physicians and hospitals that choose to practice individualized patient care in consultation with their patients will be punished because they are not “meaningful users of the system over time.” Beginning January 1, 2013 penalties for doing the right thing for a patient will cost the doctor $100,000 for the first offense and jail for the second offense. This will have a chilling effect and may be the straw that completely breaks the foundation of good medicine – the doctor patient relationship.

    46% of physiciansin a survey by The New England Journal of Medicine stated that they would leave the practice of medicine if Obamacare was implemented. This will only further decrease the quality of healthcare when the 30 million more people enter the system.

    Change we can die with. NOT.

    • pjMom 7:41 AM on 11/01/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Dear God. Let’s pray that the new House and Senate cut off funding completely. Totally. Without any RINO remorse.

  • Obi's Sister 11:32 AM on 10/22/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    The Escalation Begins 

    FreedomWorks was hacked this morning. The enemies of America will stoop to nothing to stay entrenched!

    The attack crippled the site at about 9:45 a.m. just when the fund-raising drive was publicized on the radio by conservative talk show host Glenn Beck. The group estimates it lost about $80,000 in potential donations as it struggled to bring its site back online.

    An “autopsy” showed a highly sophisticated hacker struck at 6:55 a.m., the group said, setting the stage for the eventual meltdown. The server was wiped out, though group officials said no data was lost or stolen.

    “We think the idea was to take our site down until after the election,” said Kara Pally, web developer for FreedomWorks. “This was politically motivated.”

    Coincidence? If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell ya.

    Sic Semper Tyrannis.

    • nicedeb 1:07 PM on 10/23/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Bad tidings…

      Obama has targeted Freedomworks by name, characterizing it as a dark force manipulating the tea party movement.. His minions tend to go on the attack when he calls out an organization or person, which is why the Chamber refuses to release the names of it’s donors.

      Linked ya.

      • Obi's Sister 7:49 PM on 10/23/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for the link!

        We were moving our daughter back home today, so I’m past exhausted!

  • Obi's Sister 10:35 PM on 10/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

    Paint By Numbers 

    With 13 days to go, you’d think they’d have a plan by now. But they don’t.

    It’s like trying to paint by numbers in the back of a speeding dump truck.

  • Obi's Sister 7:48 PM on 09/29/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Ponder, We Must… 

    Is Obama a Secret Jedi Reject?

  • Obi's Sister 8:16 PM on 09/28/2010 Permalink | Reply

    Thank You, President Obama 

    (Before you faint dead-away at the title of this post, bear with me.)

    Thank you, President Obama.

    Thank you for arrogance. Your dismissive tone. Your obsession with golf. Your aloofness. Your constantly mixed messages on which god/God you worship. Your elitism. Your inability to speak coherently off the cuff. Your history of corruption. Your confusion regarding American traditions. Your unpresidential behavior. Your lack of a work ethic. Your attacks against those who dare to disagree. Your purposeful weakening of this great nation. Your bowing and scraping to foreign dignitaries, including those who would kill every American if they had enough bullets.

    Thank you for proclaiming that you feel our pain, while you jet to NYC for date nights, eat fancy steaks from Japan, throw opulent parties, and vacation in places only the richest can even get a glimpse of.

    Thank you for giving us a First Lady so horrid, so ill-mannered and so terribly self-engrossed that an entire cottage industry has sprung up just to criticize her lack of fashion sense. Her antipathy to class and taste, combined with a glaring lack of gracious charm so required of any hostess (never mind heads of state), make her (and us) a laughing stock among world leaders.

    You created the firestorm over your beginnings simply by your reluctance to share your grades, dissertations, resume, vaccination record and even birth certificate. One simple gesture could have stopped it all, but you choose to seal those records, immediately heightening suspicion. Why seal them, if you (still) claim you have nothing to hide?

    You created the same current anti-government sentiment in this country that you campaigned on in 2008, but criticize now.

    You awoke the sleeping giant that is plain, ordinary America. The America that wants no part of your socialist agenda, your progressive degradation of this great nation, your lies.

    You did this. And for that, I thank you, Mr. President.

    Cross-posted at Obi’s Sister

  • Obi's Sister 6:59 PM on 08/27/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Do we have a democracy or not? 

    It’s bad enough to have the world against you, but to be attacked from within is worse.

    The election shenanigans up in Alaska are a mockery of the American people. The Founding Fathers should be levitating in their graves at this point.

    If we are not free to elect WHOM we want, then what is left?

    Have we reached the point where we utter that other “S” word?


  • Obi's Sister 7:56 PM on 08/19/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    A Welcome Distraction 

    Finally, I have something to talk about beside politics.

    • Quite Rightly 10:23 PM on 08/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Congrats! Enjoy!

    • pjMom 11:30 PM on 08/19/2010 Permalink | Reply

      That’s what sewing is for me right now–a lovely distraction from politics. I’m not very good at it, so I have to pay attention to what I’m doing. ; )

    • backyardconservative 9:27 AM on 08/20/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Lovely! My daughter plays. This is her nightmare music for cello:)

      • backyardconservative 9:28 AM on 08/20/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Oops. I forgot it posts the video. Oh well, TGIF. Enjoy

        • Obi's Sister 5:17 PM on 08/20/2010 Permalink | Reply

          That guy is hilarious.

          Pachebel is almost as bad as orchestrations for contemporary Christian songs (I also play with the “Young Adult” Praise band at church; “Young Adult” being a fluid definition there.) You start off with whole notes, usually all boringly major. They turn into quarters, which turn into eighths or triplets. Just mindless sawing away. Reminds me of Twinkle Twinkle in the Suzuki book. ZZZZZ

        • rubyslipperblog 5:46 PM on 08/20/2010 Permalink | Reply

          That guy is hilarious. That reminds me of the Axis of Awesome 4 chords song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHBVnMf2t7w
          My son has that on a cd that he plays in the car.

          I love the cello but no one plays it here. My son plays sax but he taught himself some piano this summer. My daughter plays violin but she never touches it anymore. I think the orchestrations allow students who are not more motivated to coast along in music. Her HS orchestra teacher used to make them perform twice a year solo to push them.

          If we didn’t have so many instruments here already I would be inclined to get cello and learn. I play piano, nothing fancy mind you, but I like the process of learning new pieces.

  • Obi's Sister 8:24 PM on 07/24/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , drug wars   

    Bad Things Happening Down in Texas 

    Stay alert. This is NOT being reported in the news. More here.

    At least two ranches in Laredo, TX have been overwhelmed and taken over by Los Zetas drug cartel killers. The drug war raging just over the Rio Grande in Nuevo Laredo, claiming 12 lives to date, has spilled over the Texas border.

    American soil has been invaded by hostile foreign nationals.

    Can you hear the crickets chirping?

    UPDATE: Now there are reports this may be a false alarm. But how do we really know?

    • rubyslipperblog 10:41 PM on 07/24/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Unreal. I am sure the MSM will have to be dragged kicking and screaming into covering this news.

    • Obi's Sister 6:42 AM on 07/25/2010 Permalink | Reply

      At this point, it’s almost impossible to tell what is true. MM thinks it’s a hoax. Either way, Americans lose because we don’t know who to trust.

      And Obama vacations again…

    • rubyslipperblog 1:30 PM on 07/25/2010 Permalink | Reply

      I saw Michelle’s post – I think we can safely say this is closed without some credible evidence to suggest otherwise. Let me just say that this story is much more believable than the imaginary 3.6 million stimulus jobs Pelosi bragged about at the Nutroots convention but I suspect CNN and the JournoListers would prefer to make the focus on the blogosphere coverage of this Laredo story instead. If this was a complete false alarm Flopping Aces might be right the story grew from this May FBI report . And as Michelle pointed out finding 51 bodies in Monterrey is a sure sign the bloody drug war is out of control. No problems for Obama though he can sue Arizona to keep hispanics voting Democrat and schedule another vacation.

  • Obi's Sister 9:28 PM on 07/21/2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Journolist: Aiding and Abetting THE Narrative 

    Many others are blogging away at this, so I’ll keep it brief and then shower you with links. (Image dutifully swiped from VodkaPundit, as instructed.)

    Remember back in 2008, during that mind-numbing campaign, how the MSM covered for Obama’s association with the poisonous Rev. Jeremiah Wright and attacked any one who dared bring it up as a racist? A frothing lunatic blinded by bigotry, by the very thought of a non-white man in the White House?

    Remember how many of us sensed a … ahem… a complicity between the Obama campaign and the MSM? A secret agenda? A “narrative?”? And how we were subsequently attacked as black-helicopter conspiracy mongers? Right-wing hacks? Nutjobs?

    Heh. We were right.

    It’s like All The President’s Men, but in reverse.

    The Daily Caller:

    [Emphasis Admin] According to records obtained by The Daily Caller, at several points during the 2008 presidential campaign a group of liberal journalists took radical steps to protect their favored candidate. Employees of news organizations including Time, Politico, the Huffington Post, the Baltimore Sun, the Guardian, Salon and the New Republic participated in outpourings of anger over how Obama had been treated in the media, and in some cases plotted to fix the damage.

    In one instance, Spencer Ackerman of the Washington Independent urged his colleagues to deflect attention from Obama’s relationship with Wright by changing the subject. Pick one of Obama’s conservative critics, Ackerman wrote, “Fred Barnes, Karl Rove, who cares — and call them racists.”

    Michael Tomasky, a writer for the Guardian, also tried to rally his fellow members of Journolist: “Listen folks–in my opinion, we all have to do what we can to kill ABC and this idiocy in whatever venues we have. This isn’t about defending Obama. This is about how the [mainstream media] kills any chance of discourse that actually serves the people.

    I’ll give you a minute to clean off your screen. You read that correctly. Journalists plotting to kill “…any chance of discourse that actually serves the people.”

    Fausta and Stacy both comment on their charming fantasizing of attacking Tea Party members, igniting Matt Drudge, to even Rush Limbaugh having a heart attack.

    Moe Lane on the future career choices facing these so-called “journalists.” They have learned the power of “Trust no one…” the hard way.

    Doug Powers at Michelle Malkin notes their Election Night “ecstasy”. Makes you want to take a bath, doesn’t it?

    Ed Driscoll at PJM: Who needs a Manchurian Candidate when you can have a Manchurian Listserv instead? Then POTUS can play golf all the time, because he knows his lackeys will attack his detractors cover for him. Oh wait….

    Cross-posted at Obi’s Sister

  • Obi's Sister 12:36 PM on 07/10/2010 Permalink | Reply

    Five Letter Word Unwelcome in the NC House of Representatives 

    Come to think of it, that five letter word is unwelcome almost everywhere. School. Office. Government. University. Entertainment. Neighborhood. Car bumpers. Key chains.

    Todd Starnes:

    A North Carolina pastor was relieved of his duties as an honorary chaplain of the state house of representatives after he closed a prayer by invoking the name of Jesus.

    “I got fired,” said Ron Baity, pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. He had been invited to lead prayer for an entire week but his tenure was cut short when he refused to remove the name Jesus from his invocation.

    […] Baity said he’s not happy with the way he was treated.

    “When the state tells you how to pray, that you cannot use the name of Jesus – that’s mandating a state religion,” he said. “They talk about not offending other people but at the same time, if they are telling me how to pray – that’s the very thing our forefathers left England for.”

    The Christian Law Association helped Baity draft a letter asking for an apology and an opportunity to return to the state capitol and finish his tenure.

    “The First Amendment promises all Americans the free exercise of their religion, which includes the right to pray as their faith requires, even when they are invited to open state legislative sessions with prayer,” attorney David Gibbs told WXII-TV. “We trust that the North Carolina House of Representatives will realize its mistake and will offer Pastor Baity another opportunity to pray without requiring him to use a prayer that is mandated by government.”

    Baity said he is still stunned by what happened.

    “You would expect this somewhere else – Cuba, Saudi Arabia,” he told FOX News Radio. “You would never anticipate this happening in the United States of America.”

    Rev. Ron Baity is the founder of Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, NC. The church will celebrate 30 years of worship in November. In today’s irreligious national climate, where faith in something other than yourself is considered a weakness instead of a virtue, that is a milestone indeed.

    Other curiosities come to mind:

    • A California school district is adding The Bible as a literature elective for high school seniors. Perhaps to assuage the main-lining of Islam via “diversity” pushed onto all students, everywhere.
    • The debate stirred about whether those he has bashed relentlessly should pray for an avowed atheist who has publicly revealed his battle with cancer.
    • Pulpits used to spew hate instead of healing.
    • UI professor of Catholic studies loses his job over explaining some tenets of the Catholic faith to students in his class on (wait for it)… Catholicism.

    Why does it seem that each generation produces increasingly immature, thin-skinned, frightened narcissists? If something offends, it must be banned! Discipline is old-fashioned. Competition is unhealthy. Everybody gets a trophy; it’s only fair.

    If the government believes it can regulate who we pray to, who will make the cut? Other five letter figureheads? Satan? Allah? Obama?

    This country was founded on Christian Principles, whether the Left likes it or not. While they may try to blot out bit by bit those foundational beliefs through legislation and obfuscation, Americans remember and WILL FIGHT BACK to restore them.

    The only way to rescue America from the yowling jaws of Marxist hell is on our knees. The instructions are right there. For starters:

    Matthews 5:44 – But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,

    Colossians 3:17 – And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.

    1 Thessalonians 5:17 – Pray without ceasing.

    No matter what the government says.

    (Cross-posted at Obi’s Sister)

    • archer52 9:34 PM on 07/10/2010 Permalink | Reply

      The gays and the liberals have worked hard for twenty years to turn Asheville NC into the San Francisco of the East. They have worked to undermine the entire state, depending on the decent nature of the people there to “aw shucks there goes those crazy liberals again” as they allowed the left to take away their decent culture.

      My sister in law lived there for years and spoke of the cancer. I went there once and nearly fell over at all the health food stores, barefoot hippies and VW vans. There was graffiti like you would see in San Fran or LA, little tofu shops and coffee cafes.

      Get outside the city and you find good people, but they are run and ruled by lefties. It is heartbreaking. My mom has a house there and at one time wondered if I wanted to move to NC. I said no way. I’ll stay farther south, the great state of Alabama being one place, Mississippi being another.

      So them giving Jesus a hard time is just the icing on a very large multi-layered cake that took years to bake.

      • Yukio Ngaby 10:40 AM on 07/12/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Oh my God, NO! Not the vile cancer of health food stores, barefoot hippies and VW vans! Not to mention little tofu shops and coffee cafes! How can all that be allowed! Clearly something must be done to keep all of that out of North Carolina– and AMERICA!!!!

        If only there was a way of marking these liberals– maybe making them sow a big gold peace sign onto their clothing– so we could deal with them later…

        Just so there’s no confusion, I’m being sarcastic in this comment…

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