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We figured we would find a picture of Obama visiting the white house when Reagan was president.
But alas, we couldn't. It occurred to us that at THAT time he was working with some seasoned terrorists trying to figure out how to do great damage to it.
We are thankful for the 22nd amendment.
Happy thanksgiving folks!
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We've been so busy having to clean/renovate our own house, that some of the most important missions have gone on without our help.
There is still an organized effort to marginalize the sanctity of life, and its results are seen with the decaying values of those areas controlled by the minions of deceit. While the leftist women cry about their "V" rights being infringed, we still need to stand up for the lives they would so easily snuff out. Right To Life of Michigan sends an update for Thanksgiving.
During this time of Thanksgiving, I want to give you an update on the work of Right to Life of Michigan and to thank you for your involvement.Indeed it is.
We give thanks for the successes we've already seen. Yet a strong defender for the unborn needs to constantly replenish resources. If you are so inclined, toss a coin or two.
Happy Thanksgiving day to our community.
God has given us life, freedom, and all manner of other blessings. Not the least of which might be the ability to communicate with others among us.
Capitol Confidential - There'd Be No Thanksgiving Without the Profit Motive
Conservative Perspective - Happy Thanksgiving - 'Non nobis Domine, non nobis, sed Nomini Tuo da Gloriam'
Classical Values - Happy Thanksgiving
Hall Of Record - Thankful We Do Not Live In New York City
Grassroots In Michigan - A Story Of Thanksgiving
The Minority Report - Happy ThanksGiving
[CFP Through] Muskegan Pundit - Make Thanksgiving 2012 an `Agenda 21 Knowing Thanksgiving'
The Powers That Be - Obama Pardons and Absolves Turkey
Thoughts & Rantings - Happy Thanksgiving 2012
And of course:
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Detroit Wayne County Conservative (via the Examiner) Conservative - Thanksgiving 2011
CapCon - Larry Reed Classic - There'd Be No Thanksgiving Without The Profit Motive
Core Principles - Thanksgiving The Result Of Free Enterprise And Prayer
Dave Lambert - The Four Freedoms
The Minority Report - What Your Turkey Ate
Here Comes Later - A Morning Salute
Michigan Right To Life - Abortion Clinics Closed Permanently
Motor City Times - Thanksgiving Morning Linkage! WOW!
The Stoeker Factor - Last Comment Worth the Link.
The Wizard Of Laws - Giving Thanks
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Sometimes it may seem that as hard as we try, we have trouble getting ahead, or perhaps even getting caught up. The economy has been hard on many of us.
As my wife and I examine what used to be a higher income, a position that afforded us a couple extra nights out and maybe an opportunity for escape from the daily grind, we see that there is more than the perks of wealth available to us.
We are not hungry. Yet we must work a little harder to keep the roof over our heads. Family is even more important, and humility paramount. It is harder, yet it is not hardship.
Because we continue to strive. Because we believe there can be better days for all, and we continue to work toward that end. We will persevere, and in doing so will maintain the faith that what we NEED is always before us, with us, and available. For as hard as we work, none of what we have would be available but for the grace of God.
Our faith can provide much that our hands cannot.
And we give thanks.
Happy Thanksgiving folks.
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There are a lot of things we take for granted in this country. One of those things ought not be the fact we are born in a place that has an abundance of possibilities when allowed to explore them. The pace in which we live our lives sometimes accelerated to a point where we forget WHAT we are not noticing too well, and its origin. We have selected as a nation, this day to pause and reflect on that which we have been given: Possibility, family, life... By our creator.
Our gifts have also included great fellowships, here, and in our political and personal efforts stemming from our desire to remain free, and forever thankful.
Today I thank God for all that has blessed and touched our lives, and for your continued presence in this community. You are not taken for granted.
We wish you a
And THANK YOU for being here.
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Things have changed, and will likely do so again both locally and nationally. We are fortunate to have a place to extend our views for the consideration of others. or.. perhaps "blessed" is a more appropriate word.
I would like to extend a thank you to the readers (and contributors!!) of RightMichigan, whether you agree with all or not. We have at least had a voice.
My voice, enjoys the same protections as others and is projected freely because of the protections afforded it by our constitution. But the very rights our constitution are designed to protect are not any provided by man or artificial law, but by our creator, who gave us life.
"Eternal gratefulness" could never have a better place at the table than in our Thanksgiving celebration.
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