It's that time of the year....

It's that time of the year....

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Let this post be a warning.

“If you're running down my country, man, You're walking on the fighting side of me.”
While I do not agree with everything that takes place in my nation’s capitol I will cherish my right to defend them till the end.  My heart is saddened by a comment left on my last post.  The kind of comment that would have been better said in a private message to me.  This person seems to forget that 2,977 Americans were murdered in the United States of America on September 11, 2001 because of an extremely evil person.  Take a look at these images.  That extremely evil person is dead now and I am rejoicing on behalf of every mother, father, son, daughter, husband, wife, brother, sister who perished that day.
Red heart  Beth

16 comments:

  1. There's always going to be arrogant and ignorant people out there Beth Marie, never let there opinions wind you up, because after all they are entitled to theirs as well... Personally I've never rejoiced in the murder of any one no matter what they have done, I often wondered to myself what was behind this man's motivation in doing such an evil act to another country that's what I'd really like to know...
    May every country find peace and be able to live in freedom once again that's what I'd like to see.. I suppose America is afraid of a retaliation at the moment, I just wonder when will these wars ever end and harmony will it ever been restored...

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  2. Ditto what Ramblingon said. I agree totally. My thoughts and prayers are for the fellow whose job it is to have to carry out something like that.

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  3. I really don't know how anyone has a problem with killing the most evil man in the world. Did they agree with everything he did? Sure hope not.

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  4. I do believe that some people should not be on this earth again---but you'd never find me as being the one to take that life away. I would rather see characters like bin Laden thrown onto a deserted island somewhere in the remote Pacific with nothing but the clothes on his back.

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  5. Hi Beth, way to go girl.... you stand up for what you feel is right! That is yours and mines right to express our rights. I love your music! Your site looks great. Thanks for being a friend of mine... proud to have another American who feels the way I do also.... your answer using pictures was wonderful.... Can't argue with a picture..
    C-Ya,
    Ed aka skipper

    http://skipper12383.wordpress.com
    http://skipper12383.multiply.com

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  6. I posted on you word press Beth

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  7. I posted on your other site as well, I'm with you my friend. I won't miss OBL one bit! I figure now a whole new conspiracy will form regardless of whether the pictures of him are released or not...very tiresome. I don't need to obsess over the pictures...I truly believe that our military did what needed to be done. Anyway, people can believe what they want for me I believe. Have a blessed day!

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  8. Hi Beth,

    OBL was long overdue his demise is in interest topic of discussion and in my view as volatile as politics and religion. As you know, I have served this great country in and out of uniform for the past four plus decades and continue working through my blog in helping veterans and those wonderful men and women currently serving.

    Life has become far to complex in the past couple of decades, with everyone trying to be politically correct in this huge melting pot of a society that we live in today. Like other large metropolitan areas, Washington, DC has nearly every ethic and religious groups, and their views on any and all topics – some, as we have witnessed recently to extremes. Trying to find common ground has become more difficult, and at times, there simply does not seem to be a viable option. I am not nearly smart enough to offer a meaningful solution. I do rely heavily on my core values, guidance from those close to me and seeking input from others who have a different prospective than mine to help balance my actions. Sometimes it works well and others get a little messy. As Granny would say, ‘well (insert your first and middle name), just think it through and do what you think is the right thing.’ Good words that I have attempted to live by.

    Right, wrong or indifferent – I have and continue to serve and protect this country and our constitution and bill of rights. There are times when doing so takes every ounce of self-control to allow someone defame our flag, our way of life and our beliefs. I also believe that our founding fathers did a remarkable job laying down an excellent foundation for us, some two hundred years later.

    As much as I would love to see world peace, I simply do not believe it is possible nor do I anticipate seeing it during my life time, my children’s or grandchildren’s. The world has been at war for over 5,000 years and perhaps longer – and nearly all over religion and or greed.

    I share your conviction on bringing OBL to justice and how it was accomplish – sadly we had some loses in carrying out that mission. While I’m not a fan of other points of view on how this was accomplished, it is their right and I need to respect that as well.

    Thanks for the article and for letting me put my nickel in the pot.

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  9. I felt relived that he is gone but it always another one come up? hopefully never happent again.

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  10. Awww Beth, you are a sensitive caring loving person. I know that comment must have really bothered you. It's like when someone says something about a relative or friend, the first thing you do is rush to defend them. As one soldier's wife to another I know that you feel especially protective because you know the sacrifice. Thank God for people like you Beth! Blessings, Joanne

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  11. Hi Beth, this man was a leader of death, and someone else will surely take his place, but whilst I don't celebrate anyone's killing I do celebrate the fact that a message has been sent to others who would follow his path. I agree with you my lovely friend, in that we can rejoice in the fact that people who's lives have destroyed by his actions can now feel a sense of justice served.
    xPenx

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  12. Hi Beth,

    You will know I am sad about this situation, I will keep it in prayer.

    Have a good weekend.

    Love Nita.

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  13. Never be afraid to say what's on your mind. Especially here... on your page, your own little corner of the world wide web. If people do not like nor choose to appreciate and respect what you have to say, they can click and begone from your page just as fast as they clicked on your link.

    I find it kind of amusing to see how a person can have that much time on their hands to think of such mean things to say to another. Many people carry around a larger dose of self-esteem and really allow their ego to feel it must express its self to anyone. To truly have class brings about a quiet nature one of meekness and silence is still a good rule.

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  14. So Sorry Beth to hear this I do hope you are forgetting this awful comment what ever it was. Take care my friend Hugs Sheila x

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