18 December, 2006

out there

Recently, I had an opportunity to reacquaint with an old friend. We talked about once a month before I retired. She and I shared many similar beliefs and values. Today's Truth is about the value of family. Similarly to that strong bond that got the Hungarians through their many years of slavery to the USSR and communism, families in the United States have gotten those families that stayed together through difficult times.

The Truth came when she said that many grandparents "in her community" were still trying to be out there , instead of instilling family values to their grandchildren, including, but not limited to Christian values and work ethic.

If we could keep the federal government out of our schools, out of our families and our lives, we would not only survive, but prosper and have a happy, rich life.


Blogger Chief RZ said...

A reminder from Michelle Malkin of Hillary R. Clinton's "It takes a family" and re-reading Thomas Sowell's column here: http://www.jewishworldreview.com/cols/sowell110300.asp
I have come to the same conclusion that Hillary embraced communism in 1973. Read and comment.

Blogger Chief RZ said...

Anonymous sent:

"There are ways to live off the grid without the federal government." followed by a nasty attachment. This post is not about living off the government, although communist organizers would like to hurd people into being their victims, slaves and idiots (useful). It is about real people shirking their responsibility for setting a good, moral example for their children. That, by the way does not cost any money, and, in fact, saves a lot of money.

Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

sounds like u had a nice reunion!..

Anonymous Oyster said...

"...for setting a good, moral example for their children."

You took the words out of my mouth. My children both have a good work ethic and grew up to be kind, but firm, people. They weren't taught that in school. I set the example and they learned by watching. The school's job is to teach them to add and spell. Leave the rest to me.


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