Challenged Tuesday Motes

Don’t need no stinkin’  legislation:  On Friday Uncle Joe signed another executive order that would create the White House Office of Environmental Justice. “Environmental justice will be the mission of the entire government woven directly into how we work with state, local, tribal and territorial governments,” Biden said in remarks at the White House. Can anybody please explain to me what “Environmental Justice” is? Anybody? I’ll wait. This also makes almost 90 (yes, ninety) EO’s issued by the regime.  

What is Solzhenitsyn’s Choice? “It is the personal decision to either go unresistingly when arrested by a tyrannical government or violently resist, probably at the risk of your life. In other words, do you love freedom so much that you are willing to die rather than surrender it?” We all must make our own decision. I know mine.

 Just asking: Have you ever noticed no matter how many people are shot get shot in Chicago, Detroit, Los Angles or Portland; We never hear what kind of gun was used?

He keeps his word: Remember, during the campaign Biden flat out said, “I don’t work for you.” Well, he’s kept his words. I think it’s time we start reminding all potential candidates, they DO work for us.

A truly Sad Good-Bye: Howard Kenton “Ken” Potts, one of the last two known remaining USS Arizona survivors, has died, the National Park Service said Friday. Potts died just a week after celebrating his 102nd birthday. The National Park Service authorized the flag over the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor to be flown at half-staff through April 28 in honor of his life and service. During the attack on Pearl Harbor, Potts helped pull men from the water and took them to shore on Ford Island. Potts lived in Provo, Utah with his wife, Doris, for the last 56 years. There is now only one living USS Arizona survivor, Lou Conter. There is new honor at the Table of Heroes.

(In My best Bugs Bunny voice) Of course you know, this means war: Belgium has destroyed a shipment of American beer after taking exception to its maker’s slogan that it was “The Champagne of Beers.” Belgian customs crushed the 2,352 cans of Miller High Life beer earlier this week, reasoning that they were improperly labeled as “Champagne”. According to its website, it began to use the slogan “The Champagne of Bottle Beer” in 1906, shortening it to “The Champagne of Beers” in 1969. So, it took them 54 + years to notice? Or is it just “woke”?

Not sure on this: How about a Spam and Pineapple pizza? Hmmm. I’ll let you know.

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