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The Asylum

Welcome to the Asylum. This is a site devoted to politics and current events in America, and around the globe. The THREE lunatics posting here are unabashed conservatives that go after the liberal lies and deceit prevalent in the debate of the day. We'd like to add that the views expressed here do not reflect the views of other inmates, nor were any inmates harmed in the creation of this site.

Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States

Who are we? We're a married couple who has a passion for politics and current events. That's what this site is about. If you read us, you know what we stand for.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

To Be Thankful For ...

Yesterday I posted our Thanksgiving wishes to our readers, and imparted to those people what I'm thankful for. My wife and Sabrina tops my personal list. But leave it to "Professor" Malkin to instruct the media what it means to be thankful for free speech.

Regardless of your political affiliation or your ideology, we should all be thanking God and our lucky stars we live in America. Despite all of its faults--and this goes to both sides of the griping aisles--this is still the freest, greatest, and most prosperous nation on the face of the planet. I'm someone who prides himself in stating that I have no price. I'm not for sale. I won't sell out my positions or beliefs for fawning profiles, kind words, or any sort of materialism. It's just not me. And I can say with confidence that any one person could put as much money as they wanted to on a table, and tell me I could have it if I simply moved from America to somewhere else--anywhere else--in the world.

My answer would simply be "no" and "thank you." This is my nation, and I'm not gioving it up. I'm happy and very thankful that I was born here. I'm thankful for the freedoms we have. Like I said, it may not be perfect, but it's better than anything else that's out there.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone. From us to you and yours. Get stuffed. Watch some pigskin. Enjoy the time you have with your family. I know we'll be enjoying each other's company today.

Publius II


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ty and I ate too much. It's a tradition that I peel the potatoes. I don't know if they were yams or sweet potatoes but I noticed my left palm was dyed orange. It wouldn't wash off and it was a little sticky. Me thinketh it was yams and they were imported! Rawriter

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