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January 21, 2009



Thank you, thank you for posting this! I whole heartedly agree with you...for some reason I couldn't hear the video on my computer and I'm too lazy to figure out why...but I have an idea of what they were. You're right..there is no such thing as peace and unity and 'let's all just get along and work together' with the other side...somehow it bypasses the 'I don't agree with you' stage and jumps straight into crazy hatred for anyone doesn't share the same values. It's crazy how screwed up we are. I will admit it, I love George Bush and it breaks my heart to see him be treated the way that he has. I wish I could just hug him. Do you mind if I link my blog to yours?

Stephanie Morris

jos... you ROCK! i could not have said it better myself! i hope MANY people read it! i will always be grateful to gw.. it is SO sad how he is being treated. i wonder if it would be different if mccain had won (*sigh)!

in reading your other post, i, too, have been thinking about how much twitter/facebook can take over my day... not sure what i am going to do about it, tho. (with the reunion coming up and me on the committee, we use FB alot). i kinda think i might just go back to blogging only (remember when we just did that?):)

take care, friend!


Thanks girls! I'm so glad I'm not alone in thinking this way - feel free to link it :)


You are awesome and I wish that there was a way to get this blog out to the masses.

You said everything that I have been feeling and said it so well.

I love you!


HOW do I link this to FB????

Karen Sjoblom

Yes. Yes. Yes. A thousand times. Stop the madness. KS

Kurt Brandemihl

Yeah the lack of respect for BUSH has really bothered me. Our country is great because we have the freedom to dis-agree NOT dis-respect.

Now with Obama in office we have a good opportunity to led the way and support/respect someone who WE dont agree with...most of the time.


You're right ... it's disgusting. Our family talked about all this last night when FOX news showed these clips. Our kids need to hear the other side of it all - like what it took to get that little girl to say all those things, and what would possess a responsible parent to make sure their child does it. And if those rappers feel so comfortable talking like that in public, you can only imagine what gets said in their homes. Teaching moments galore here ... teaching moments.

Amy E

I can totally relate. Thanks for saying it out loud. It's part of why I don't blog. I don't think I'd be able to keep my mouth shut ... and it would hurt my ministries, my business, my friendships, etc. But if you ever want to go militant together ... maybe over lemon drops... just let me know. I didn't watch a single minute of the inauguration because I knew I wouldn't be able to handle it. Didn't even know about the booing and the singing. I will believe there is a new tone when I see it.

April Curtright

I'm with you Jos, and like Amy, I didn't watch the inauguration either. None of us know all that has taken place in the last 8 years...we only see what the media wants us to see. And lest we forget 9-11, which incidentally was dropped in the lap of a new President from the President before him, I'd say we owe President Bush a great deal of respect. But alas and alack, my soap box on that issue has a hole in it now. I will pray for our new leader because it's what God tells us to do. And I cling to the promise that all authority is set in place by Him and for His purpose. Thank you for your brave insights my friend. Can't wait to see you next week.

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