"Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike." -- Theodore Roosevelt
I'm surpried the Dims aren't carrying about the "committee of no"
Good to see that even the Europeans are getting tired of the victimhood speech Michelle gave.
oh that is FANTASTIC!FJ's right: "And I'm not asking just as the First Lady of the United States, who is eager to welcome the world to our shores. And not just as a Chicagoan, who is proud and excited to show the world what my city can do. Not just as a mother raising two beautiful young women to embrace athleticism and pursue their full potential.I'm also asking as a daughter.See, my dad would have been so proud to witness these Games in Chicago. And I know they would have meant something much more to him, too."Is it EVER about AMERICA?
Z -- if you are only recently "proud of America for the first time" then it's a growing process. Maybe some day, when her husband has destroyed America, she will eventually miss it.
That is a very funny post, Papa Frank.~
Maybe he'll realize that he's really just a piss ant in the realm of world political figures now. Kind of like a little boy that put on an old hero's suit of armor and then stepped on the battlefield.
That's good! :)
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