November 24, 2011, - 1:55 pm
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you, my dear friends and readers across America (and to my international friends and readers, I give my thanks to you, even if you do not celebrate this very American holiday which I love so much). We have much to be thankful about here in America as we approach the conclusion of 2011. Aside from our health and welfare, we can rest assured that there are only 5 more years of President Barack Obama at most. And a Thanksgiving Mubarak [“Blessed Thanksgiving,” in Arabic] to all of the current Islamo-pandering residents of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Today, I give thanks that we are still free, that we are not yet an Islamic nation, and that I won’t be around when America becomes one and we lose everything. I am thankful that I don’t live in a country that practices sharia and treats women like chattel, a country that conducts pogroms against Jews and Christians and seizes their property, in addition to their lives. If you think that’s not coming, then you see a future America in which we take a tough approach to securing our borders and rounding up those inside who don’t legally belong here. You also see a future America in which we don’t bend over–backward AND forward–to the demands of the terrorism supporters a/k/a Muslims who now have green cards and citizenship because we did nothing to stop that. And you see an America in which they don’t have a huge birthrate, fast outpacing the rest of America. I don’t see that . . . yet or ever, until it’s too late. And it’s already too late. I asked our Jedi Master of Photoshop, artist David Lunde to make the photo below, which is what I see as future Thanksgivings in America a century or more from now, although that doesn’t take into account that Muslims in many parts of America refuse to celebrate Thanksgiving. Go to Dearbornistan today, and it’s business as usual, not an American national holiday (something they never celebrate).
I am thankful Thanksgiving in America doesn’t look like this . . . yet:
On a lighter and happier note, to those who wished me a Happy Thanksgiving, I regret I cannot respond to each of you personally, but Right Back At Ya! Thank you for reading this site this past year, over the years before that, and, I hope, in the next year. Thank you for posting your mostly terrific comments, and thanks for your tips and your support and contributions. I am thankful for all of that and all of you. I wish you a joyous, delicious, fun Thanksgiving to you all! And I hope you will take the time beyond the Turkey and cranberry sauce to give thanks that our country is still free and that we are all alive and kicking. Those are my primary things to be thankful for, in addition to being a citizen of the greatest country on earth. Those of us who are healthy are thankful for that, and those who are not . . . well, I’m thankful we still have the best healthcare system on earth, until ObamaCare comes into full swing, if gutless Republicans don’t reverse it and we have a President like Newt Gingrich who doesn’t think it’s so bad.
I’ve said this so many times before, but it bears repeating because the things I give thanks for are pretty consistent. They haven’t changed. On this Thanksgiving, again, I am thankful for you who regularly read my words. I give thanks for and think of all of those who serve our country in the U.S. Armed Forces and those who gave their lives so we can enjoy our turkey in freedom and without wearing a niqab, hijab, or jilbab, or some other dumb, oppressive piece of clothing that rhymes with “Bob” or “Rob” but was created by the Mohammeds, Ahmeds, and Mahmouds of this world.
Those who work today and every other day in U.S. Armed forces uniform, so that we can enjoy our lives as we wish and live freely, should be thanked every single day for their service. While left-wing self-hating Americans want us to regress to their phony version of history–ie., that we are the oppressors of Indians, turkeys, and every other thing imaginable or unimaginable, don’t forget that the real oppression is going on elsewhere . . . all over the world today. A large part of it is under Islamic totalitarian rule, some of it under Communists and “former” Communists. I give thanks that we are not like them, that we don’t live under them. And I give even more thanks that WE. ARE. BETTER. THAN. THEM. Never forget that. . . and the fact that turkey is better than turducken, which begins with “turd” for a reason.
If you are reading this site, you know that I still have the freedom to write whatever I wish on its pages and that you have the freedom to read it and whatever else you like. I am thankful for all of our freedoms here in America, since (for now), we still have them.
Though we have a pan-Marxist, Islamo-pandering President and unelected federal law enforcement bureaucracy infected with the same PC attitudes toward enforcing the law, and though times are tough for Americans all over, we are still citizens of the best damn country on earth. Most of all, I am thankful to be an American. Thank G-d for that! I am thankful that there is an America.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! May G-d bless you all. And G-d Bless America.
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