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A cowboy from Texas attended a social function where Barack Obama was
trying to gather support for his Health Plan. When Obama discovered
the cowboy was from President Bush’s home area, he started to belittle
him by talking in a southern drawl and single syllable words.
As he was doing that, he kept swatting at some flies that were buzzing
around his head. The cowboy says, “Y’all havin’ some problem with them
Obama stopped talking and said, “Well, yes, if that’s what they’re
called, but I’ve never heard of circle flies.”
“Well, sir,” the cowboy replies, “Circle flies hang around ranches.
They’re called circle flies because they’re almost always found
circling around the back end of a horse.”
“Obama bluntly asks, “Are you calling me a horse’s ass?”
“No, sir,” the cowboy replies, “I have too much respect for the
citizens of this country to call their president…
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With this disease hitting so many children IN THE U.S., how is it Ebola gets most of the attention?
While the nation and the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex have been gripped in fear over the second US case of the deadly Ebola virus in Dallas, an even bigger threat has hit Texas — Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), the respiratory killer that strikes children. Of the 691 cases of EV-D68 confirmed from by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now in 46 states and the District of Columbia, 14 of these cases are in Texas.
On October 9, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) confirmed that the children with EV-D68 were residents of Anderson, Bexar, Dallas (7), Denton, and Lubbock (4) Counties. One additional confirmed case was in a resident of another state.
EV-D68 is one of the more than 100 non-polio enteroviruses, first identified in California in 1962, according to the CDC; yet, 28 patients in seven states are experiencing non-characteristic paralysis…
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Under the Obama administration, we have had an abundance of crisis’ and scandals. Most, if not all of which Obama shows little or no interests. He seldom responds when he should, letting the issue steamroll out of control. When he does respond, he makes an excuse, blames someone else or has no solution or plan and it is just too late. It doesn’t make any difference to Obama either.
Obama handles problems by waiting until there is another, we’ll forget the previous; Ebola…..makes you forget ISIS…..makes you forget border security……..makes you forget Benghazi.
Obama keeps our minds occupied with so much BS, we forget about him. It’s enough to worry if I need a new vaccination, will a Muslim ISIS member be in my work place soon, will my military son or daughter come back infected, will more diplomats go unprotected? These are just a few concerns………racial tensions have not been any higher in recent history than they are under Obama and Holder.
Gentlemen, that’s being overly kind, you have not represented your country or your race very well at all. Obama, Kenya can’t be proud either.
Sky is a 12 years young female Siberian Husky. Sky was born in southeast Iowa and her registered name is Blackhawk’s Gray Sky. Sky was given to me as a gift from my mother and has been with me since she was only a few weeks old. We reside in St. Louis County, Missouri.
Sky has had a good, happy life. She is in excellent health, never being sick a day in her life, that she let on anyway. Hopefully we’ll have a few more years together. A Siberian Husky has a life span of 12-15 years.
We have a large chain-link fenced in yard, which is Sky’s domain, her territory, her country sort of speak. She has lots of room to run, which a Husky loves, to play and roam freely. The fence is Sky’s boundary, her border, she has rules, some mine and some hers, mostly hers. She stays within her boundaries, usually, which is my rule. Sometimes from curiosity and instinct she finds away out of the yard, that is another story. When she does, she spends a few hours with County Animal Control, as she has broken others trespass rights and the leash law. I get a call (she is chipped) and go rescue her, while paying the fine. However, the older Sky has gotten the more abiding she is to the rules and the law. She realizes, she has it good in her own little country.
The border surrounding Sky’s country is secure. The gates are closed and locked. There are predators out there that try to invade Sky’s home, sometimes to harm her, sometimes to take what is not theirs. The fence is a resource we provided her for protection, and it keeps some of the danger from entering, but not all. Burglars, (furry animals wearing a mask) or raccoons climb over, only to be surprised by the one dog Border Patrol. Vandals, such as possums have yet to learn they can not enter and destroy a protected border. This patrol officer has no sympathy for violators, they are eliminated. There is no amnesty……violators are not given room and board or any healthcare. Unfortunately, under Sky’s law, they are not returned back from where they came. They are destroyed, that is her survival instinct.
Occasionally Sky leaves her yard for neighborhood walks, she is however, under control. Her neighbors love her to visit, but she always goes home (of course she is on a leash). She is friendly, loving. She shares her yard with squirrels that come from the outside, they are welcome as long as they follow her rules; don’t dig where she has her belongings buried (or its adios). If you come to harm her or take (try to take) what belongs to her, you are no longer welcome.
We can learn a great deal from our canine friends. Our borders should be so secure.
Once again the government making a poor investment on our tax dollar. What kind of return are we getting? Answer that question John Kerry, Barack Obama?
Let me get this straight, $212 million in the guise of helping the Palestinians? The United States promised $212 million in immediate assistance to the devastated Gaza Strip on Sunday yet urged Palestinians and Israelis to return to peace negotiations to break a cycle of violence that has yielded three wars in six years.
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