Tuesday, May 01, 2007

May Day

It was just four years ago today we were told the war was nearly over.

May Day? We can't call it May Day, the communists celebrate it.

49 years ago, Dwight D. Eisenhower made it Law Day.

Today, George W. Bush has come up with a 'better' commemoration: Loyalty Day.

From law:
"WHEREAS our government has served as an inspiration and a beacon light for oppressed peoples of the World seeking freedom, justice and equality of the individual under law"
to loyalty:
"All citizens can express their loyalty to the United States by flying the flag, participating in our democracy, and learning more about our country's grand story of courage and simple dream of dignity."

Speaking of that, you still have a chance to make your voice heard about the upcoming national 'Real ID'.

And, how's that War on Terror going again?

Not so well for foreign visitors to the U.S.: The New Zealand Herald calls it America's War on Tourists.

25 Years ago today, the World's Fair opened in Knoxville, Tennessee. Calmer days.


  • It looks like Liberal Liz is politically cleansing inconvenient posts that don't buy into the Leftwing Party Line.

    By Blogger PJ-Comix, at 6:32 PM  

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