Sunday, May 30, 2010


We have known war. The war we fight today is not our choice. Though we could choose to stop the fighting, if we did, many many more would die in the wake of Islamic terror and Taliban rule. If you don’t believe me you are sadly naive and have chosen to ignore the facts of the Muslim world and its edicts. I was born in a time when wars were fought but I was too young and before I became eighteen the draft ended. I guess some would say that’s lucky. I wouldn’t.

This next generation has lost its fair share of good women and men who have paid the ultimate price. Still more who engaged the enemy bare the physical and emotional scars left by the loss of limbs and friends: Those whose code it was to watch your comrades back as you watched theirs. In a way I regret having missed the opportunity. Stories of those who lay helpless in the jungles of south east Asia were read today from the pulpit of my Church. Tears flowed freely at the heroic efforts of those who placed their lives at the lowest priority so others could be pulled to safety. As these narratives were told, I wondered if I would have… could have… done what they did. One story told of a pilot who returned to an area in the Vietnam jungle 14 times to take wounded to MASH units while under direct orders not to return. Yet he went, again and again and again and again as bullets ripped through his chopper. When he finally landed after all were retrieved from the battle, he had been shot four times in the left leg and left arm. He lost the leg but won the Medal of Honor for what he did.

He died last Wednesday.

This Blog is for Him. I am not worthy of shining his boots.

There is no greater love than when a man lays down his life for another.

God only makes men and women like these when we need men and women like these.

You were made for such a time as this my friends. Never doubt your purpose.
We are at war.

I will remember and I will not forget.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


I was talking to a close friend yesterday. He said, "You know Eric, your blog is so serious and in person you’re very funny. Your blog doesn’t really represent you. It could give people the feeling you’re too blunt and coarse.”

Well I was not aware the perception of my blog gave this impression. When I put up the Kim June video I thought that was funny. He didn’t see it that way but liberals have no sense of humor, so that was expected. My friend also said my blog was very “political and not very spiritual.” Well, ok, so much for Church and state separation…

So let’s talk Corporate Religion. Now, this is deep stuff and I need you to know the implications of corporate infiltration of the Church. I could tell you about it, but that would bore y’all so here’s my friend Tim Hawkins giving a much more exciting overview.

Sunday, May 23, 2010


It would appear we here in fly-over America are fascist racists who care nothing about the misfortune of those who are of Mexican heritage. Mexico arrests and imprisons for a minimum of two years and then deports anyone in their country illegally. They ask for papers. They listen to accents and decide arbitrarily on the spot if you are in their country illegally. This is not racist.

Arizona makes a law giving the authority to their law enforcement officials to arrest anyone who, after being questioned for other reasons, is in America illegally. This is racist. The government says it is. Why? Well the best reason I can find is the government is now being run by a four headed monster visa vie the democrat, left, progressive liberals, who need these illegal intruders votes to win elections. They don’t want to protect our boarders. They believe everything is working fine.

So here’s the deal: We’ll see you to the door, or maybe to the boarder, but one thing is for sure: Those who stood and applauded the Mexican President this last week are in for a big kick in the ass.

See you in November.

Friday, May 14, 2010


Here is a gimpse of The Revolution.
This is change we have to have, not change for the sake of change.
The liberals want roses and rainbows. We don’t play that here.
Gov Christie calls S-L columnist thin-skinned for inquiring about his 'confrontational tone'

We here at Revolution Central are all about shaking and waking America up.
We are not about deception and dishonesty or ramming trillion dollar
laws down the throats of the broke American taxpayers.
America is not about bowing and cow towing to the rest of the world.
America is fed up with The Fed and the trickery and cooked books from both sides of the isle.
This revolution is not about hope and it sure as hell is not change.
To move us forward we have to go back to what made us the best country on the planet.
We are not about saying we will get tough with Iran if they don’t come clean on their nuclear ambitions. We are not about saying Israel should stop building Jewish settlements on disputed land. We are not about apologizing for our shortcomings. These things embolden our enemies, undermine our allies and diminish The United States of America.
We are not about Teleprompters, and Chairman Mao ornaments on evergreens or saying Israel needs to be taught a lesson.

What the Revolution stands for is self reliance, self control, unshackled dreams and liberty. It’s about taxes being far too high for America to pull out of the recession we are in. It’s about government being responsible and respond-able. It’s become too big and too bloated to flex when problems like Katrina and oil spills in the gulf occur. We say if American business can downsize and streamline to be more efficient then government must too.
This means pain.
The biggest pain is the withdrawal from entitlements many Americans are hooked on.
It means if you need welfare, ok, but will you please pee in this cup so we can
know for sure you are not using welfare to support your criminal behavior?
As Ronaldus Magnus once said, “Trust but verify.”
We will not stand idle as Obama dismantles America.
We have arrived. We are the people.
We are sick of hope and tired of change.
We want clarity and we want freedom.
And by God we will have it.

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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Would you vote for Elana Kagan?
Why or why not?

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Fire her NOW!!
Janet Napolitano needs to be fired, and yesterday is not too soon. Twice now (that we know of) in just over four months a person on the “No Fly” list was allowed to be seated on a plane. This is inexcusable. Where are the congressional investigations? Where are the pundits calling for heads to roll? This openly gay limp wristed linguini spined mentally dysfunctional mutation who’s running Homeland Security is an insult. I am sick of looking at her lying ugy face telling the people of America she was on the oil spill from day one and the system worked blah blah blah. She couldn’t run 10 yards much less security for a day care. Fire her NOW!!

Next up is Bank of America. Now, I went to and checked this out and it’s true. This is an actual conversation a former customer of Bank of America had:

Bank of America , can I help you?

Customer: Yes, I want to cancel my account. I don't want to do business with you any longer.

The Bank: Why?

Customer: You're giving credit to illegal immigrants and I don't think it's right. I'm taking my business elsewhere.

The Bank: Well, Mr. Customer, we don't want to see you do that, but we can't stop you. I'll help you close the account. What is your account number?

Customer: (gives account number)

The Bank: For security purposes and for your protection, can you please give me the last four digits of your social security number?

Customer: No.

The Bank: Mr. Customer, I need to verify your information, but in order to help you, I'll need verification of who you are..

Customer: Why should I give you my social security number? The reason I'm closing my account is that your bank is issuing credit cards to illegal immigrants who don't have social security numbers. You are targeting that audience and want their business. Let's say I'm an illegal immigrant and you've given me a credit card. I have a question about it and call for assistance. You wouldn't be asking me for a Social Security number, would you?

The Bank: No sir, I wouldn't.

Customer: Why not?

The Bank: Because you would have pressed '2' to speak in Spanish. We don't ask for that information when calling in on the Spanish line.

Obviously this is a bank I will never use. It IS NOT racist to say if you come to live in my country you have to learn the laws and the language. It IS racist if you are here illegally and you get preferential treatment from government or businesses and are given opportunities that those of us who are here legally do not get. It IS NOT racist to expect an immigrant to carry proof of citizenship with him at all times because that is what THE LAW REQUIRES. It IS racist to march and protest against the country you are in illegally.

Oh, by the way, if you think I’m wrong here, you’re racist.

And finally, I want to say something here about The National Day of Prayer which as of this posting is tomorrow. I have the right to assemble and pray. People fought and died for that right, and that is a debit we can never repay for Christ showed us there is no greater love than someone laying down their life for our own. This country needs God. It needs to be asking God for help. Its’ leaders need to be asking God for guidance. It’s people need to be praying for the next Supreme Court Judge, no matter who it is. In her 66-page opinion, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb said the holiday violates the "establishment clause" of the First Amendment, which creates a separation of church and state. She said,"I understand that many may disagree with that conclusion and some may even view it as a criticism of prayer or those who pray. That is unfortunate.”

No kidding. What is really unfortunate is her eye sight, because I see no such clause. Unbeknown to many liberals, the words "wall of separation between church and state" do not appear in our Constitution -- nor is this notion implied. Thomas Jefferson penned those words in an 1802 letter to the Danbury Baptist Association in response to a letter they wrote him objecting to Connecticut's establishment of Congregationalism as their state church. Jefferson assuaged their concerns, telling them the First Amendment prohibited the national government from establishing a "national church," but he concluded rightly that the Constitution (see the Tenth Amendment's federalism provision) prohibited the national government from interfering with the matters of state governments -- a "wall of separation," if you will, between the federal government and state governments.

There is ample evidence that Jefferson did not intend for that metaphor to become an iron curtain between church and state. Though he favored a secularist state, he knew that the Constitution offered no such proscription on religious observance and practice in the public square. Those, including judicial activists, who insist such was Jefferson's original intent, and that of our Constitution, are either historically nescient or they harbor a disingenuous motive to serve a secularist constituent agenda.

This fundamental violation of federalist principle was the central issue in 2003, when Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore defied an order by the 11th U.S. Circuit Court to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state's justice building rotunda. Of such judicial diktats, Thomas Jefferson warned, "The Constitution [will become] a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

Indeed, it has become just that.

As for that utterly phony "wall of separation," Princeton scholar Stanley Katz says that correcting the "Jeffersonian myth" will have a "profound impact on the current law and politics of church and state." Joining the debate, Justice Clarence Thomas argues, "This doctrine, born of bigotry, should be buried now."

However, this issue is not merely about federalism and states' rights. It is about the rule of law and the future of our Constitutional Republic. That is precisely why Senate Democrats are so insistent on blocking the President's judicial nominations. They know that the real locus of central-government power now resides on the federal bench, not in the legislature. This struggle between judicial governance versus government of, by and for the people, is really at the core of the current debate.

Pray for peace. Pray for our troupes and their families. Pray for this nation, that under God, all men and women are equal and given the dream so many have worked hard to realize. But above all, pray God is allowed back where he should never have been chased out of: In the halls and gathering places where freedom is preserved and laws are made. May we turn from man, and look to God for guidance, for it is only with God we are assured the victory.

Sunday, May 2, 2010


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Kim… Will you please stop looking for ways to be a victim. You really give the people in New Orleans a bad name. You cost me a whole nights sleep laughing myself silly. You just will never understand. You can’t. You just think everyone on the right is racist. Turn off the network news and come over to the right side. If you don’t, come November, you’re going to feel awfully alone.