Merry Christmas

Frank DeMartini

It is finally Christmas Day.  This is the day that we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  It is a day that we use to celebrate all of the good things in humanity.  It is a day that we pray that the bad things will all go away.  It is a day to celebrate with family and a day that every Christian child in the world waits for.

On this day, let us think about the military protecting our country both inside and outside the natural borders of our country.  Let us pray that they never have to go to war again.  Let us pray that God will keep them safe and return them home to their families so that they can celebrate next Christmas with their loved ones.

Let us also be thankful that those who are not Christian have the ability, in this great country, to pray to whatever God they believe in.  Let us pray that all religions will be able to live together in peace and harmony and that the current conflicts between the religions are resolved peacefully so that more do not have to die in God’s name.

In closing, I wish all of you a Merry Christmas.  Enjoy your celebrations.

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3 Responses to Merry Christmas

  1. Anonymous on December 25, 2009 at 8:33 am

    As always Frank you are the kind hearted soul, who believes that the meek will inherit the earth. I, for one, wonder what will be left to inherit.

    You need to be protected as you are the treasure that humanity needs to lead after the catastrophe.

    Do not change but get behind me in battle, you are worth protecting.

  2. Anonymous on December 26, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    Here was a Xmas present worthy of patriotic accolades. These Americans were straight from the Tod Beamer School of action. There was no paralysis analysis. There were no endless discussion, meetings and focus groups on “what to do.”

    Establishing territorial imperative and the use of overwhelming force is clearly dictated as necessary for the survival of the fittest. How many would rather be on that plane with the graduates of Tod Beamers School of patriotism or the acolytes of Eric Holder’s philosophy of appeasement, sympathy masquerading as righteous indignation.

    One can guarantee that the heroes on this flight will fade in the unrecognizable background as the rights, privileges and physiological political correctness of this evil will consume center stage. It sells more newspapers. The chickens have come home to roust as the misery merchants proclaim “we brought on ourselves.”

    The first rule of conservatism is we fight with purpose, strength, a goal, and a mission. As Reagan said “You either win of lose.” Which side do you want to be on?

    As far as America is concerned, Love it or Leave it.

  3. Anonymous on December 26, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    The above was in reference to Passengers thwart attack on Airlines LAT 12/26/09 A1

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