As we become involved with the day to day challenges of life, we can lose sight of all we have to be grateful for in this country. We have the freedom to spend our days with family and friends without worry of intrusion. We have the freedom to pursue our dreams to the best of our abilities and enjoy the fruits of our labors. We have the freedom to stand on our soapboxes and express our beliefs without fear of persecution. We have the freedom to sit in the living room and watch football, eat far too much and not have to worry about those who would challenge our way of life because others wear a uniform and stand in harm’s way.
On this day let us give thanks for the wisdom of our founding fathers for creating a republic where freedoms never before enjoyed by any peoples have so long endured. Let us also thank those in uniform toady, and those who have worn it in the past, for the sacrifices they have made so we may enjoy this day in peace and freedom.
Happy Thanksgiving America!
While this corner of the net is less than a week old, I want to extend my very best to each and every one of you who have found your way here. It is my hope that your Christmas will be spent with loved ones who make it special. Each and every Christmas is memories in the making and I hope yours are truly amazing. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.
… another political blog! And with this post, A Conservative’s Musings becomes the 7,393rd right wing political blog. We can sleep at night to know the 1st Amendment is safe. What will make this one unique? The words here will be those of the author alone and will reflect my view on the issues that interest me. Mostly political, hopefully interesting and always straight from the heart. If you don’t like them? Get your own blog! Rest assured nothing posted here will ever be intended to be of harm to any individual. At the same time The Writes Guide to Political Correctness was passed through the shredder and in unavailable for reference. For those who seek political correctness I refer you to The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States (YES you should actually read it!) and suggest you reflect upon its meaning. Comments will be subject to approval (remember, this is my blog) but a hint, I do like thoughtful and respectful dissent (it is the fruit of democracy).