Wednesday, March 14, 2012

American History, Fidel Castro, and Barack Hussein Obama

Dinner Topics for Thursday 
Email Messages like the following are a measurement of the pulse of America, the real feelings and concerns of people dealing with reality, versus the propaganda of the State media. This example from rise of Castro is a good lesson in distinguishing the difference between good and evil. Things (and people) are not always as they appear. It should be a strong motivation to do our homework and not be deceived. ~C.A.Davidson
                      *Now here's something to think about.*
                      When I was about 9 years old I remember asking
my dad about Castro . I asked, "Is Castro a good guy or bad?"
                      Dad said...he couldn't tell!! This was about
1955. We were living in Louisiana the time. Dad was in the Army
and stationed there.
                      Cuba was fairly close and in the news a lot. The
Cubans were asking the same question! Ike was president.
                      This past July 4th, we had the pleasure of
sharing a summer barbecue with a refugee from Cuba. Our dinner
conversation was starkly different than most.
                      This refugee came to the United States as a
young boy in the early 1960's. His family was more fortunate than
most, as they were able to bring a suitcase and $100 when they fled
Castro's newly formed revolutionary paradise.
                      Our dinner consisted of all-American fare:
hamburgers, potato salad, fresh ears of sweet corn and watermelon.
This is a menu shared with family and friends nationwide...while
celebrating the birth of our beloved America ...on the Fourth of July.
                      We began with a simple discussion about our
country, and the direction it has taken since Barack Obama came to
power. We shared the usual complaints about the sour economy and
        liberal social engineering emanating from the rulers in
                      But then he said it. The sentence flowed
naturally from our refugee guest. I assume it was unplanned. But it
carried the weight of a freight train.   "You know when Castro took
power, none of us knew he was a Communist".
                      We sat stunned. He continued, "Yes, we all
thought he was a patriot, a nationalist. Before the revolution he
didn't sound like a radical."
                      The comparison at this point was easy, and I
interjected, "You mean just like Barack Obama?"
                      He responded; "Yes, just like Barack Obama."He
continued, "We were all shocked as the government just continued to
grab more  power. First they said the revolution is over,
so please turn in your guns. We all complied."
                      I also remember my uncle saying; “Castro will
only nationalize some of the big industries. He               will
never come and take our family hardware store!!†But that is exactly
what happened. Castro started with the sugar mills and the large
industries, but they eventually came and knocked on the door of our
family hardware store. My family had run this store for generations.
They said we now own the hardware store, you work for us. And that
four-bedroom home you is now our property too. You have to
move yourself and the five children into those two rooms of the house,
because others are moving in here with  you."
                      The lesson learned from this discussion, is a
lesson most Americans refuse to hear. Political leaders can lie about
their agenda and once in office, they can take totally unexpected
                      If you had asked us three years ago if we
thought General Motors or Chrysler would be nationalized, we would
have never believed it. We could never contemplate a country where the
rule of law, the most fundamental building block of a justice
society...would be evaporating, just like it did in Castro's Cuba in
the early 1960's.
                      But the news of injustice keeps increasing;
Black Panthers are not charged with wrong doing by the U.S. Department
of Justice...because their crimes are against whites; The bond holders
of GM are stripped of their assets...without being given due process
by the government; Car Dealerships are closed without due process;
Governmental leaders are bribed in full daylight...only to have all
investigation of the crimes the Attorney General;
                      The U.S. borders are overrun with crime and
illegal activity, and the leaders in D.C. act as if it is important to
protect the lawbreakers...while the innocent are killed and overrun;
When local communities attempt to enforce the law, they are
ridiculed...and threatened as racists and bigots. They are sued by the
very administration entrusted with enforcing the law.
                      Without the rule of law, the U.S. Constitution
is a sham!! Without the rule of law, our beloved America is swiftly
becoming a country where only the well connected and politically
powerful will be safe. As an author recently and so eloquently
explained in her most recent book..."a culture of corruption has
replaced honest government" (Michelle Malkin).
                      The only way this problem will be fixed, is by
massive citizen action. All honest citizens that want to be treated
equally, must come together...and demand that the favoritism, the
bribes, the uneven enforcement of law...end now!! And yes, it can
happen if we all pull together.

And...may God save the United States of America! *
                      *...the very least you can do is share this
message. 6 million plus Jews didn't believe it could happen in Germany
either!!! If you're a Christian in these United States of America,
you're probably next on the list. History bears that out. Look what
they have told the Catholic church in the past week about buying
health insurance to cover sterilization, etc., regardless of their
longstanding teaching and moral position against it. If they get away
with that will euthanasia be next on the agenda?   The real problem
here is, the boy from Cuba did manage to make it to the U.S. Today he
and we will not have any place to escape to...except death!

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