This morning I noticed that Google had one of their doodles in place of their normal Google logo. It looks like a takeoff on the LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana.
I was working at the Post Office (no, I have not yet gone postal all the years since) and was in the Philly Post Office Band.
A LOVE stamp showing the sculpture was unveiled in 1973 and the Philly Post Office Band played for the dedication.
I was able to purchase a first day cover and get it signed by the artist.
WOW! The postage for a letter was just 8-cents back then!
I wish everyone a great Valentine’s Day.
The anti-war groups were next and Obama played a page from Kerry’s failed Presidential Campaign Book (pages 47 – 49 for those with a copy on hand) and he played it expertly well – even succeeded with the infamous “I voted against it before I voted before it.” The reason Obama was successful while Kerry failed was that Obama kept denying he ever voted for it. Read more »
Senator Obama concentrated part of his campaign on the college campuses that were easy marxs, er marks for grassroots (pun intended) support. The college students, properly indoctrinated in the ways of Karl Marx by their professors, were just about ripe for the easy pickin’s. Read more »
Governor Mark Sanford (R), governor of South Carolina, was MIA for four days and everyone started wondering where he was. Is he hiking the Appalachian Trail? Was he in a remote cabin without electricity or cell phone coverage working on the book he is writing? Read more »
Once that was accomplished, another push was made to justify this behavior of choice. Presentations were made by doctors (junk science) that were proclaiming that homosexuals were born, so the behavior was “natural” for those affected. “Progressive” groups (i.e. far-left liberals, communists and Marxists) began pushing for acceptance of this theory. Read more »
I have some comments on an article by Bill Belew California Supreme Court votes to overturn ban on gay marriage again.
Marriage is a right that has been the foundation of all society for many thousands of years. In California, we also have a state constitution that currently defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Read more »