Archive for May, 2012

Memorial Day

28 May 2012

My friends, before you go off to your BBQs or the Beach, please take a moment to remember those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice for this great country.  Keep the families in your thoughts a prayers.


Sarge, Out


Introducing ‘The Judeo-Christian Freedom Alliance’

16 May 2012

Introducing ‘The Judeo-Christian Freedom Alliance’.

Let this serve as a warning to those that fail to remember this country was founded on Judeo-Christian Principles.  Our Founding Fathers all acknowledged a Supreme Being no less than four times in the Declaration of Independence.

The Constitution of United States and the Constitutions of the Several States all have language that refers to G-d.  I don’t care if you are a Catholic, a Baptist, a Presbyterian, Methodist, or any other Christian faith or a Jew, you believe in G-d and have a vested interest in stopping the assault on our faith a beliefs.

Sarge, Out

The Founding Fathers were too stupid to say what they meant… or something

8 May 2012

The Founding Fathers were too stupid to say what they meant… or something.

Thanks to Joe over at Boiling the Frogs.

For too long We the People have endured attacks from all comers.  These attacks are not coming from the likes of Al Qaeda or others of their ilk, but from within.  Some of us need to go back to our high school civics class and re-read those words that form the basis for our way of life.

I happen to agree with the Danbury Baptists and Mr. Jefferson (Thomas, not George) the purpose of the 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States is NOT to protect the government from religion, but to protect religion from the government.

It is time for all people of faith to stand up and be counted.  As Joe said, I have run out of cheeks.

Sarge, Out

Not one to usually due this

2 May 2012

but this isn’t just about being a Veteran.  This is about an entity deciding that $197.00 is more important that being a PERSON.  I understand policy, but I have only ever seen this kind of inflexibility one other time, and that entity no longer is patronized by me or my family.  Spirit Airlines can now add themselves to that very short list.  Sometimes you need to make an exception to policy and while this private business can stick to their guns on this, Veterans can and most likely will stick to theirs.  From what I have read, it will be a very cold day before a Veteran takes a flight on Spirit Airlines and I fully support their decision.

While I am not one that usually counsels a private business on how to conduct their private business, this time they need to make an exception to policy.  This Veteran followed all the rules for this fare, but unfortunately, his doctor advised him that flying would be detrimental to his health

Semper Fi! Mr. Meekins

Sarge, Out