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Republicans get out the vote again…

Posted by zaphriel on June 26, 2005

and the Greatest American is….

Ronald Reagan

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So much to talk about, so little time or I’M BACK!!!…Did ya miss me?

Posted by zaphriel on June 26, 2005

Man was this trip to the PRC (People’s Republic of California) ever exciting. Allot went on while I was gone. We’ve had a couple of wild fires here in Reno, as well as earthquakes…oooohh…

On my way down to San Diego (Via Las Vegas to drop the Cherub with family) I came across these dudes, The NICPAC, formed to help solve some of the problems we are currently having with the GOP in Nevada, both “being in transition” and “being out of touch”. Which they sort of are. You can read more about them here. (Check out the Tattoos)

Eric Odom (Chairman of NICPAC) said he plans to draw new members by walking door to door this summer. He also wants to sponsor debates with Democrats — and others — and push for bringing national speakers, such as conservative TV pundit Ann Coulter, to Reno.

Hey, more power to him if he gets Ann out here.

Then on Tuesday I saw this story about deadbeat gay parents. I have already given you a preview of that, I will keep an eye on the case. But man, when a group is trying to “fight for equality” this really shoots them in the foot don’t ya think? In this case I put aside the Gay Marriage thing and say, ALL DEADBEAT PARENTS ARE LOSERS, I don’t care what your sexual orientation, if you are in a relationship and you help bring a child into this world, regardless of how, you have an obligation to that child, NO MATTER WHAT. But I guess it also shows that we are all human, and being gay doesn’t exempt you from being stupid.

Of course, during all this and the several news items that you all have done such a fine job covering, (i.e. Durbin the Turban, Kennedy the Rumsfeld Harasser, and SCOTUS going out of control.) I got some great work done, helping to evaluate the newest and shiniest tools the U.S. military will soon use. Man that is exciting work… But that is a whole other story.

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The Last Crusade: Billy Graham

Posted by Mark on June 26, 2005

“We are Christians maybe. We go to church. We’ve been baptized, we’ve been confirmed. But deep inside we need something else, and that something else can be brought about by Jesus,” he told the crowd, many of whom had arrived hours early at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens for a last chance to see him. They gave Graham a standing ovation when he stood to speak.

There may never be another like Billy Graham. But God has a way of raising up a prophet in times of crisis. For the last half of the last century, that prophet was Rev. Graham. He’s preaching the same message at the end as he did at the beginning, in the outdoor tent in Los Angeles in the ’50’s.

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The Last Crusade: Billy Graham

Posted by Mark on June 26, 2005

“We are Christians maybe. We go to church. We’ve been baptized, we’ve been confirmed. But deep inside we need something else, and that something else can be brought about by Jesus,” he told the crowd, many of whom had arrived hours early at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens for a last chance to see him. They gave Graham a standing ovation when he stood to speak.

There may never be another like Billy Graham. But God has a way of raising up a prophet in times of crisis. For the last half of the last century, that prophet was Rev. Graham. He’s preaching the same message at the end as he did at the beginning, in the outdoor tent in Los Angeles in the ’50’s.

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