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Help Wanted!

Unemployed? Perhaps submitting your resume for the position of the President of the United States might be an option. If you are interested, please read the following description and mail your qualifications to:

The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,Washington, DC 20500.


According to (a website for teachers and children, we want to keep it simple)  the description is as follows:

The Constitution assigns the president two roles: chief executive of the federal government and Commander in Chief of the armed forces.

As Commander in Chief, the president has the authority to send troops into combat, and is the only one who can decide whether to use nuclear weapons.

As chief executive, he enforces laws, treaties, and court rulings; develops federal policies; prepares the national budget; and appoints federal officials.

He also approves or vetoes acts of Congress and grants pardons.

Another website for kids provided this chart.  (Hopefully it will help clear up any confusion and enable you to come to an understanding of the requirements for this position.)

Job Description U.S. President
Minimum Requirements: Must be at least 35 years old

Must be a Citizen of the United States

Must have lived in the United States for at least 14 years

Term of Employment: 4 years, with the possibility of a second 4 years
Salary: $400,000 plus

$ 50,000 expenses

$ 40,000 transportation

Free room and board

Job Responsibilities: Choose cabinet members

Command the armed forces of the country

Meet with leaders of foreign countries

Make treaties with foreign countries

Appoint judges and ambassadors

Propose new laws

Sign bills into law and veto bills

Protect and defend the laws of the United States

Pardon criminals

Report to Congress once a year

As I see it, there are a few items missing from this list for the office of President of the United States as per President Obama’s example.

  1. Media Manipulator
  2. Rock Star Persona
  3. Olympic Community Organizer for Chicago Bid  2016
  4. Male or Female Model for Daily Photo Opts.
  5. Late Night Talk Show Circuit Rider
  6. Whipping Post for the “World’s Most Wanted Terrorists and Dictators”

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If you believe you can fill these historically large shoes, we are desperate!  Quickly respond to this advertisement: our country needs you, our Allies (aka Israel) needs you, the Free World needs a true leader and hero.


Harvey Milk a Hero?

What does Harvey Milk have in common with George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr.?  Absolutely nothing!  Yet his supporters in California desire to elevate him to the same position that these great men hold in history by honoring him with his own “special” day.  What did Harvey Milk ever do that places him on equal footing with Presidents, Veterans and Independence Day?  Absolutely nothing!   He was a vocal, flamboyant politician with an agenda, able to use his charisma and connection to make legislation happen.  How is that much different from any of the politicians today?  Perhaps instead of a Harvey Milk Day in the Public Schools of California, we should make it “fair” for all politicians and call it “Politicians Who Push Their Agenda Day”.  If Harvey Milk had not been murdered by a fellow politician, he wouldn’t be getting a day, but because of his death, he has been raised to iconic status, for being an effective community leader.  What I ask should be the criteria of such an honor?  What gives an individual “hero” status deserving of singular attention by a school board, state or nation?

noah_webster_dictionary_1828HE’RO, n. [L. heros; Gr. a demigod.]

1. A man of distinguished valor, intrepidity or enterprise in danger; as a hero in arms.

2. A great, illustrious or extraordinary person; as a hero in learning. [Little used.]

3. In a poem, or romance, the principal personage, or the person who has the principal share in the transactions related; as Achilles in the Iliad, Ulysses in the Odyssey, and Aeneas in the Aeneid.

4. In pagan mythology, a hero was an illustrious person, mortal indeed, but supposed by the populace to partake of immortality, and after his death to be placed among the gods.

America has lowered the bar for what defines a hero and because of this mis-definition, anyone can claim the title without doing anything for his or her fellow man.   Harvey Milk is not a hero, he is not a man distinguished by valor, intrepidity or enterprise in danger.  He may have served in the armed forces and we thank him for that service, but this does not deem him hero status and worthy of a day named in his honor.  He lived a lifestyle that he chose to promote through the political process, rising up through the ranks and fighting for his homosexual community.  But that doesn’t elevate him to hero status either, as most politicians fight for what he or she believes in, passionately and persistently. This is the just part of the job and Harvey Milk did his job.  Give him a shiny gold star for his star chart and an “Atta boy”, but don’t give him a day of honor!

To place Harvey Milk on the level with great American’s who in fact hold hero status because of their lives, their personal integrity and character is to negate the very actions that have made these individuals great and worthy of honor.  We place hero status on athletes, actors, musicians and politicians, for what?  What have most of these people done that can be deemed worthy of honorable mention?  Most have gained popularity at best and infamy at worst, without a hint of serving their fellow man.  Yet even in following the golden rule, one should never seek recognition, as this should be part of a civil society, not a heroic deed!

The firemen who saved people from the Twin Towers melting frame are heroes, because though it was their job, they continued to work around the clock for the love of their fellow man. Where is their calendar day?  Why doesn’t the California School Board have a day for heroic 911 volunteers?jason

What about the men and women who have paid the most extravagant price, serving our countryand giving up their lives to protect our rights to even have this conversation?  What about Cpl. Jason L. Dunham of Scio, New York, who posthumously received America’s highest military decoration two years and nine months after succumbing to a mortal brain injury while fighting in Iraq? What about the soldiers who have given it all and their families who have sacrificed their loved ones for America.  Perhaps they could have a day named in their honor for the California Public School system.

The mothers and fatherswho care for their cancer ridden child, living in and out of hospitals and fighting for every second of their belovelauren cancerd child’s life is worthy of hero status.  Where is their day California?  What about the heroism of the child who undergoes chemotherapy and radiation, fighting to live, longing to play again?  Do not these real life heroes deserve more recognition than Harvey Milk?


The Harvey Milk Day SB 572 is now lying on the desk of Governor Schwarzenegger. He has vetoed similar legislation, but is under much pressure to sign it into law this time.  If signed, according to an email that is circulating, SB 572 would pressure every California public school to have an official Harvey Milk Day promoting the homosexual, bisexual, and transsexual agenda to children as young as kindergarten. The bill is written so broadly, that SB 572 would allow schools to determine what it considers suitable commemorative exercises.

State Senator Mark Leno reintroduced the bill and had Sean Penn the actor who played Harvey Milk at his side.  Leno said that Penn’s Oscar demonstrates to Schwarzenegger that Harvey Milk now has “provincial interest” and therefore the Governor should sign it into law.

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I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker.   Keller, Helen

Let our voices be the tiny pushes of honest Americans speaking loudly to Sacramento and to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger letting him know that Harvey Milk should not have hero status or a day on the calendar. Call Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger at 916-445-2841 and let your opinion be known.

“Whatever is in the heart will come up to the tongue.”

“Whatever is in the heart will come up to the tongue.” Persian Proverb

Once again free thought and speech have been punished by the radicals who refuse to “tolerate’ any who oppose their views.  As Carrie Prejean was de-throned as California’s Queen, the queens in Hollywood and the media won a battle, but the war for free thought and speech wages on and is far from over.

Carrie Prejean, who was dethroned as Miss California, may take legal action against pageant officials. Prejean’s lawyer Charles Limandri told The Factor that, contrary to pageant allegations, his client fulfilled all her obligations. “There was never a scheduled appearance that she missed,” Limandri asserted. “She was set up by Keith Lewis of the Miss California pageant, who could not tolerate it when she said marriage should be between a man and a woman. He is a militant gay activist, he is an openly gay man, and he is an ideologue.” The Factor expressed confusion at the entire affair: “You’re saying this all goes back to Miss Prejean’s comment about marriage, and that Mr. Lewis is so angry about her answer that he’s putting his own job in jeopardy.”

Let us step back and recall exactly the “who” and the “why” behind the speech police.  I don’t recall a badge being issued to this segment of society giving them the right to silence the majority in favor of the millenial old tradition, marriage between a man and a woman.  But Carrie has become the pin up girl who the intolerant homosexual community has demoralized  and subsequently removed her rightfully earned crown.

Reflect with me about what occurred on that  fateful night of Carrie’s demise. (Taken from an earlier post.)

Hate speech, at its finest, was flamboyantly on parade, bubbling up from the depths of a soulless man. Darkness was brought to life as visceral contempt spewed from the recesses of Perez Hilton small, malicious heart, toward a young woman, Carrie Prejean, whom had done him no wrong.

He has done those who stand on the side of Goodness a service as he so eloquently demonstrated the deep seeded hate that many in his celebrity circle also embody.  All one needs to know about his social community and the sewer in which he dwells is to visit his blog site: Warning: Content not suitable for most.

Have we bred a society of animals, whose passions rule their hearts and whose hearts vomit out the wickedness in which it was educated? In the name of tolerance, has America turned a blind eye to what is considered decent social behavior? Where have the true gentlemen gone that once wielded the pen and shared the podium?

G. K. Chesterton stated that, “Tolerance is the virtue of the man without convictions.” Are the convictions of those who preach tolerance even true to the very definition from which it was derived?

According to Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), TOL’ERANCE, n. [L. tolerantia, from tolero, to bear.] is: The power or capacity of enduring; or the act of enduring. The endurance of the presence or actions of objectionable persons, or of the expression of offensive opinions; toleration.

Today’s flippant usage has little to do with its origin; yet is indoctrinated into the minds of American children to be of greater importance than even love. No longer is the Golden Rule taught, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”; but rather “Lets all just get along”, regardless of whether one’s peers are demonstrating honorable character traits that build a virtuous society. We no longer press the mandate of chivalry and morals, but rather, America’s youthful society has learned that saying nothing for the “Good”, is being tolerant and merits an “A” in citizenship class.  These children are now the adults that run the local news stations, judge Miss America Pageants and work for our Liberal Government.

Edmund Burke is credited with, “All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing” and one must ask: where are the men and women standing against evil? They are muzzled due to the fear of hate speech prosecution. They are fearful to offend and be called a bigot. Yet in the name of conviction, Carrie Prejean spoke words which she held to be truth and spoke them poignantly and peaceably while the Perez Hiltons of the Media and Hollywood scream hate speech and profanity. Carrie Prejean demonstrated the capacity of enduring the presence or actions of objectionable persons and their expression of offensive opinions.

One woman expressed her frustration in a letter to the editor of the  North County Times. http://Letter to Editor by Nancy Popejoy…:
“I am so tired of being “tolerable” of other people’s opinions, only to have their “tolerance” of me turned into name-calling and throwing stones. I am a bigot if I don’t “agree” with you, a racist if I don’t “agree” with President Barack Obama and a homophobe if I believe a marriage should only be between a man and woman. If my opinion differs from yours, so be it.  We are Americans and we all have that right. It is about time the “progressives” show me the same respect and be “tolerable.” The ones who are calling for “tolerance” of their beliefs are at it again with their “my way or the highway” thinking. The uproar over Carrie Prejean in the Miss USA pageant and her answer to a question about gay marriage, her personal beliefs and comment in support of keeping the traditional definition of marriage between one man and one woman has caused all in support of gay marriage to jump up shouting, “Hang her! She doesn’t agree with us.” Talk about intolerance and hypocrisy. Bigot, narrow-minded, intolerant … who does that sound like?” Nancy Popejoy,  Murrieta, California

“We ought always to deal justly, not only with those who are just to us, but likewise to those who endeavor to injure us; and this, for fear lest by rendering them evil for evil, we should fall into the same vice.” (Hierocles).

Justice was dealt on the side of  Right behavior this past week as the public spoke out against those who consistently trample moral character in the name of entertainment and protected by tolerance.  Evil behavior can only masquerade for so long as “good society” before a shining light brings to evidence whom is under the mask. Hollywood can keep going back to costuming for a new undercover look, but America saw through the glitz and one of their own stuck his foot in his filthy mouth and showed us what type of evil lurks under the disguise of tolerance.