It’s been a while I know….

I know it has been a while folks, and for that I am sorry, but the passage of time just couldn’t be helped.

Two weeks ago, on monday, I started a new job, and the schedule is something that is really demanding, especially since I haven’t worked in a while now, and the rush, rush of working everyday is taking a bit of time to get used too.

It seems I get home, and there is no time for me to get here, unless I go to bed a little later….but all in all, things are returning as much to normal as possible, so I should be back here more often from now on.

I got me a job at Epson America, you know, the company out of Japan that makes the Epson Printers? This is sort of right up my alley when it comes to printing, because I have the eye for color and detail that printing people usually have, and it has helped me to procure a job that has a good future. Nothing like the trash company I was working for before. There, I was at the top of the trash heap, so to speak, not being able to move up anymore there. Not much of a future, especially when you have a boss who has decided that he wanted a friend of his doing your job.

But, I digress……..

Our nation is actually showing signs of coming out of the “not watching what is happening” doldrums and people are starting to notice what Obama and the left are doing. Much of that I think is because of people like Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who puts out a weekly audio that is called “The Freedom Minute.” Something that if you do not get, would be well worth getting in the future. You can get it from Ted Cruz’s website.

Another thing that I thought was really cool, was a lady in Oakland at a Tea Party Rally singing a song. She had one minute to say what needed to be said, and here is what she came up with. It is amazing.
Celeste Paradise, the woman in the video that I am going to show you here did the song, which to me was a great way to spend her minute of time that she had for getting her point across. Read the words above as you watch, because the crowd got rowdy and you couldn’t hear her in the last two lines. I say good for you Celeste. God Bless you. Here are her words:
Oh dutiful, great bureaucrat He claims to speak for me A lowly serf, hardly of worth He knows what’s best you see American Utopia for those that know the king He’ll crown all they In the beltway And the rest Get nothing. Ameritopia, will you All please just leave us be To live where we would like; you see, We call this Liberty.

Now I couldn’t find the video of this anymore…but decided to post this. But if I find the video, I will add it to this post. What this lady sang was great and deserves to be heard and told about.

God Bless America
God Bless our troops
God Bless us all to be Americans


About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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1 Response to It’s been a while I know….

  1. Seane-Anna says:

    So happy for you on your new job, my friend! Having a job is a good reason to “rush, rush”. Ted Cruz is one of the few conservative politicians who seems ready and willing to take on the left with both guns blazing. Kudos to him! And the words to Celeste Paradise’s song are spot on. That’s the kind of art our side needs to make more of. America DESPERATELY needs for, to paraphrase an old saying, Art is mightier than the ballot box.
    reply from Robert: You are so right. The art is out there, it just isn’t being advertised much. Maybe I will start showing some of it here. People have got to know it’s there.

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