Saturday, November 14, 2015

 Just sittin and listenin to The Greaser Show on KLIL.For the uninitiated it is Saturday morning and Louis is on a roll. Of course it is easy when you have lived through it all. I hadn't heard about Alan Toussant till Lou said something this morning and I agree with him that this is a loss of some magnitude to the music scene in New Orleans. He was a supporter of many of the regional and national stars. His sound and friendship is going to leave an empty chair in all the music joints down there and in many other places. I wonder if his mother in law is going to greet him with open arms this time. (or if she really was from down below )

Did you see the pictures of my newest granddaughter @ 1 year of age. Cuteness runs wild in the fam. What can I say?

And to France I say to continue to resist. It is not futile. Remember the hijacking of a few years ago? Yes, people will die. It is war. Were it our ancestors there would be a world wide war against this falseness of religion. I hear it all the time about islam being a religion of peace and it is, but the peace is the peace of the grave  if you disagree. I view myself now as a member of the ever shrinking group that is the minority no one will acknowledge. I am a white Christian american  man that cares about the widows and orphans (also know as religion that is pure in the eyes of God). I also care about the fall of this country which will be the signal that anarchy has come in force and may be the final step to a one government world. Should it arise, well, I am ready both earthly and spiritually and will defend my home till I get to my Home.

May God bless you and yours.
Keep your powder dry.
Seek God.
Love each other
Jesus is coming soon.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Happy Veterans's Day ya'll

     Well, my first post was done in the car on a fold-up blue tooth keyboard that is touchy. Note the repetitive letters. But the message is there. I have a deep respect for those who have served this country over the years.  I have kinfolk and ancestry that fought in the wars of this country from before this country existed. In most of them I had kinfolk on both sides of the wars.

     During WWII Daddy and many of his brothers and cousins, and sisters served in the various services. There was a doctor,(Uncle Gus) an artillery officer, (Uncle Jack) a machine gunner, (Uncle Jody), an assortment of sailors (Daddy, Uncle SJ, Aunt Al and her husband Uncle Eddie) and the Red Cross (though not a military service they were none the less contributors to the war effort and often under fire, A big thanks to Aunt Leona). I can't remember what all the cousins did, but I know many of them served (Cousin Jimmy, and all the others that my failing memory won't yield at the moment.) with pride and distinction. If you get the chance, check out the wall at the old Lecompte High School. You will see Hoyts, Tanners, Hensarlings, Gunters, Monks and other cousins on the wall, including me.We felt the call to duty in a way that few today can appreciate. Yet there are those who continue to serve, such as my youngest son and his wife (Cory and Courtney). Odd thing here is that I am no longer concerned about Cory and guns. And I no longer worry about getting shot by accident.Army training can be a comforting thing. One other thing about the wall, it is divided by wars and conflicts. There are many yet through it all I had the good fortune to not be in the areas of conflict. Viet Nam was in full swing, the draft was still going yet I was never in danger of being shot, except by a gangster or drunk in New Jersey. I do not feel that I have the right to include myself among those who faced real armed peril which are a class to themselves. Did  I come face to face with danger, sure. But it was the natural dangers of Naval Aviation. I might blog a bit about that at another time.

Thank you to all the warriors and sailors who have served America. I just hope the politicians will realize that we swore or affirmed to defend the constitution, not the politicians. And should the veterans of this country send out a call to eradicate the self serving demagoguery that is our government now, I and MANY others like myself will answer to the call and get rid of the (I can't find an adjective that is publishable) sad and sorry collection of ( I have to leave this one blank.) that are failing the constitution and country now.

How about next election cycle we tell the politicos to bug off and vote, not by party, but by analysis of the candidate and with thought for the future. I wonder how scared the Clintons and Bushes and the rest would be. I do hope it would keep them up at night.

Bye the Bye, if my following Jesus of Nazareth offends you in any way, all I can say is "Good." Everything about your religion offends me, but I don't count, I know. I also don't care that you are offended, just so you know.....

Much love, respect and prayers for all you fellow veterans out there, and also prayers for your families who serve with you. Thanks guys.

Get out and vote!
Well finally...

Sittinng outside with a beautiful laaady waiting to get in at Texas Roadhouse.Just want to do a shout-out to my fellow veterans a blessed Veterans Day. Thank you for your service. Also to the families of the veterans also
. Your   sacrifice is allso  appriciated.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Sometimes I wonder what Daddy would think of where this country is now.
Choices are slimmer
Hope grows dimmer
Night draws near
But I have no fear
In the end,
God wins.