America: Love Her or Give Her Back!

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Don’t forget: the land we walk on was granted to us through Treaty by people who understood how to honor its bounty and blessings.

Love her or give back!!!!

23 Responses to “America: Love Her or Give Her Back!”

  1. 1 terminu June 7, 2010 at 4:04 am

    America’s beauty and our precious animals (and people) being used in political power plays is such an unspeakable travesty.
    Obama has no boundaries on his ambitions on how to destroy America and his opposition. What’s some sea turtles, pelicans, beluga whales to him? He just ended a way of life for the gulf.

  2. 2 no-nonsense-nancy June 7, 2010 at 7:09 am

    Thank you, Dr. Kate, for that beautiful slide show. It saddens me to think that we came here and destroyed what they had. We do certainly owe it to them to preserve what they so courageously fought to keep and then gave to us by treaty. We have the most beautiful and diverse land in all the world and we WILL keep it under our terms. We can take a huge lesson from the American Indians on how to fight for what we consider ours, whether it is land or freedoms. Of course we are fighting for lives since they want to reduce our population so drastically.

  3. 3 tiger 7 June 7, 2010 at 8:51 am

    The Native Americans were truely honorable in their devotion to the land—their heritage. Their ultimate downfall was the result of their strict tribalism. They very seldom united in their resistance to the white invasion. When they did, they were usually sucessful—the Little Big Horn, eg.
    The Arab people are much the same in that they don’t cooperate very well with each other. In fact, if left to themselves, they will fight among themselves. They, too, are very tribal. Historically, the Arabs have fought each other when not threatened by an outsider. Maybe we would be much more secure if we pulled out of the Mid-East and let nature take its course. We would, however, have to convince Israel to cool it for a while. That won’t happen if we continue bho’s present approach, however.
    There’s a lot to be said for isolationism these days–pull out of the damn UN, cut out all the non-productive foreign aide, and concentrate on getting the USA well.

  4. 4 Dora June 7, 2010 at 9:10 am

    Whenever the Israeli’s contemplate their idea of ‘Land For Peace’, I think to myself that they should ask the Native Americans just how that strategy worked for them.

  5. 5 no-nonsense-nancy June 7, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    Tiger 7, you are so right in everything you said. The Indians were fighting among themselves for centuries before the European invaders came on the scene. The Arabs the same. Why has mankind thought that it had to fight to survive? Getting along peacefully seems the much better solution. God must have been very disappointed!

  6. 6 Quantum Leap June 7, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    Nancy Pelosi is tweeting now. She sounds like a grade school kid on her tweets. You gotta see it. The last tweet said “Maybe this weekend I’ll actually get to read the Health Care Bill to see what’s in it.”

    Oh my head burts…

  7. 7 Michelle June 7, 2010 at 2:46 pm

    That was so beautiful Thank you drkate.

    Gulf Oil Spill-Gutsy Solution Restores Environment in Just Six Weeks
    Product tested in Texas long ago, it works if the government says they do not know about this THEY ARE LYING. Many people sent it to the government, their representatives, their Senators, Bobby Jindal-I sent it to James Carville.

  8. 8 Quantum Leap June 7, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Carlie Rangel is running for re-election! I thought he was kicked
    out! He’s been in his seat for 40 years! Can Pastor Manning run?

  9. 9 Papoose June 7, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    h/t Freedon Fairy at Uppity Woman.

    I believe the area is near Memphis.


    • 10 Quantum Leap June 7, 2010 at 7:13 pm

      Holy cats! Mississipi river bottom area? Could this be blow by from the corexit chemical being sprayed on the ocean? I bet you 5 bucks it is. Their once organic land is ruined.

      The Mississippi River is the largest river system in North America. About 2,320 miles long,the river originates at Lake Itasca, Minnesota and flows slowly southwards in sweeping meanders, terminating 95 river miles below New Orleans, Louisiana where it begins to flow to the Gulf of Mexico.

      It’s in the air! Raining down as I predicted. Wait until it catches the wind draft up to John Kerry’s property. That rat bastard and his love of Islamofascism.

      SOBama has something against the south.

      The only thing USDA will do is pull their organic status and and do the FSA crop failure payout.

      Ya think it’ll wind it’s way to MAO’s (michelle ann obama) lead laced garden?

  10. 12 Quantum Leap June 7, 2010 at 7:15 pm


  11. 13 Papoose June 7, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    I am watching a movie called Tomorrow is Forever.

    It is chilling. Its unfathomable. Its today. Its perfect in its corniness` having been born in the Modern age and raised in the Space age…Its the exact same stuff Morning Joe (R -sorry to hear about the dead secretary found in your office) (and Brzzie the Commie’s daughter. Mika,) hide from you every single day.

    I especially love the employed servants; Soulful, dignified and worthy. foreshadowing.

    American students joining the RAF to America. Foresight.

    1942. Orson Welles and Natalie Wood.

    Deja vu 2012

    Cool Flick.

  12. 14 Papoose June 7, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Con Agra. Hmmmm. Cool.

    Wish I could meet you all on the side of the Rd. one day.
    Rte 611: Lehigh County, The Delaware Water Gap. The Canal “Roads” are still there. Check out Washington’s Crossing. Its a beautiful story. I am so proud. You can walk to NJ once you are in Easton. On your way to Mount Pocono and thereabouts.

    Bring the Kididdilies! Crayol Crayon Factory and a McDonalds that still is permitted to serveyous a Happy Meal.

    I sure do miss Mr. Rogers. I am so thankful I unbanned him from our Home’s TV finally in the late 80s. Growing up in Black and White is a Beautiful Thing. I give it a 97. It has a great Beat. and, you can dance to it. I still love Maynard. G. Krebbs. work! and his sponsor 20 mule team thingie or something. Nostalgic fora Toostie Roll and of course Zelda, Poopsie. Tuesday Weld, iconic. Petticoat Junction. Laughing!!

    We’re being rooked, literally. and figuratively. So I don’t have a degree. Maybe its time for me to infiltrate my Community College. hmmmmm. It was like this, I was there Class.

    ~~ Terry Lakin. this week friday the 11th. some obot is going to say ahhhh, no legal basis. Bullpuckies! The whole nature of the court martial is based on Law. Bunk.

    Sestak, Clinton, Rendell, Specter, Obamarama,…continue….
    Yo, Larry Kane! John Lennon is so proud of you. Truth. Cold Turkey.

    We’re pawns being rooked. Bottom Line.

    I am hearing a massive crack like splintering.

  13. 15 tdr June 7, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    whoa, whoa, whoa.

    this needs to be investigated further. there is nothing that makes sense about the response to this oil spill.

    “From Blogsphere:

    Actually, both sides of the crisis, BP and Nalco go back to the Fed Reserve. BP is owned/controlled by Rothschilds (who own part of Fed Reserve and 60% Bank of America).

    Nalco has Mr. Chase as a board member (owns part of Federal Reserve “Chase Manhatten, Chase Visa etc.”). Another Nalco board member is a 40 year veteran of BP. And of course, Rockefeller owned what used to be Nalco (Nalco was part of Exxon-Mobil). Exxon and Mobil merged not long after Rockefeller’s “Standard Oil” was sold to BP.

    In a recent New York Times’ article “Less Toxic Dispersants Lose Out in BP Oil Spill Cleanup”, journalist Paula Quinlan questions why BP is using the 100 % toxic, 54 percent effective dispersant Corexit to clean up the oil when twelve other dispersants proved more effective in EPA testing. “

    • 16 Papoose June 7, 2010 at 9:15 pm

      Yep, read all about it earlier this evening.

      We’re being rooked. The entire World is.

      American Libtards should go back home to Palestine, Bad Bye. I used to like houndstooth. Go for it. Leave.

    • 17 Quantum Leap June 8, 2010 at 12:42 am

      That’s right. The stuff is not effective. It’s a money maker owned by the elite. They are insane. Wait until the lawsuits start coming in from farmers etc. I’d take the dead birds and plants to a lab to test for corexit. Dead fish floating in the Gulf. People can’t do clean-up because the air is so toxic that they get sick.

  14. 18 Papoose June 7, 2010 at 8:59 pm

    Community Organizing is sedition.

  15. 19 heather June 7, 2010 at 9:19 pm

    2 years ago it was viral about Monsanto doing this and here it is happening.

    Someone did say that the chemicals they are using will evaporate and come down as acid rain all over North America.

    The beginning of population control via hunger?

  16. 20 no-nonsense-nancy June 7, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    We have to go down there and yank that man out of our White House!!!!!!!

  17. 21 Quantum Leap June 8, 2010 at 12:48 am

    Yep. Maybe the Tea Party can get something going. I’ll check and see if they are planning anything for the Gulf and the whitehouse lawn.
    July 5th seems fitting. I know there is something going on in Vegas July 16th or so. 2 hour plane trip for me is all.
    Republicans are complaining that they are being taken over by the Tea Party. 😆
    Republicans out poll the dems for the first time in 60 years.

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