8 May


Sixty-four years ago today, the Allies accepted the unconditional surrender of Germany.  Hostilities in Europe ended.  For years May 8 was known as the holiday

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I began these posts on the Nazi atrocities just after the Obama administration released the four OLC memos which authorized torture.  It occurred to me that in 2001 and 2002, with the high popularity enjoyed by George W. Bush and the media cheering him on, we may never know how close we came to going over the edge, to going over to “The Dark Side” as a nation.

These posts are intended to serve as a reminder to the evil that can occur.

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6 Comments on “8 May”

  1. jonolan Says:

    We’re far closer to the Dark Side under Obama and his National Liberal Socialist party than we were under Bush.

    At least Bush did we he did in order to save America. Obama does what he does in order to destroy it and remake it in a new and disgusting mold.

  2. Chief Says:

    At least when you drank Cheney’s, or Rove’s or Fox News’ Kool-Aid it didn’t have the negative effect on your spelling that it has had on your ability to think.

  3. jonolan Says:

    Commenting before coffee is not a good plan I guess.

    I does sadden me though that anyone like you, who was once a patriotic American, could so turn against your country by supporting Obama and his enemy regime.

  4. jonolan Says:

    That’s the way to do it – or at least the Liberal way! Stand up for your beliefs and delete / silence anyone who disagrees.

    LOL

  5. jonolan Says:

    OUCH! Sorry! Two tabs open and I commented on the wrong one. Just delete my comments and I’ll go away now…

    This comment / feed aggregator I’m trying is impossible to use.

    Again, my apologies.

  6. Chief Says:

    jonalon,

    Not a problem. I absolutely will NOT delete any comment. Period. Everybody is free to disagree. I would hope that there would be civility, which in your case there obviously is.

    I am certain that we have far more in common than we have in differences.


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