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  1. Bergdahl

    I have heard many people who have voted for Obama that now have regretted it. At least they have the guts to admit.
  2. Bergdahl

    If someone hired a killer, isn't that person guilty, too, even though he didn't pull the trigger? Letting the Taliban leaders go free is the same as killing more Americans! It is my understanding now that SIX (not five) soldiers died looking for the deserter. Another one of the soldiers was injured in the search, and he is very bitter about what Obama did. The little display in the Rose Garden was embarrassing for our country. Since when do we honor deserters? And they knew he was a deserter when they negotiated his release. Furthermore, the President was required to advise Congress before releasing the terrorists. This Constitutional "scholar" knows less about the Constitution than I do! Or...he feels that, since he is KING, our laws do NOT apply to him or his minions. As for the "morons" who voted for him...they still support him!!!! His foreign policies have been akin to treason. Our allies no longer trust us, and our enemies no longer fear us. God help America!
  3. Bergdahl

    Obama traded five top Taliban commanders for the deserter who now faces life imprisonment. Would Franklin Roosevelt have traded a deserter during World War II for Rommel, Tojo, Goering, Von Runsted, Yamamoto? Of course not! This president is not only a coward, but a murderer as well. Those Taliban commanders will be shortly back on the battlefield killing Americans. Five (yes, 5) of our men died trying to find Bergdahl and he had the nerve to have Bergdahl's parents to the White House. His father had a long beard and praised allah in Arabic! I wonder who all the morons are that voted for this traitor for President? How would you like to be one of the parents of one of the soldiers who died looking for bergdahl?
  4. St Paddy 2015

    Did you wear green? I did! ?
  5. Why did I buy . . ?

    Did you ever buy something and never use it? This should be interesting. Fill in the blank. "Why did I buy that __________? I never use it!"
  6. Free Cone Day

    Monday, March 16 is Free Cone Day. For more information, click here ---> [link=http://www.benjerry.com/scoop-shops/free-cone-day]Ben&Jerry's[/link] or here ---> [link=http://consumerist.com/2015/03/13/dairy-queen-free-cone-day-is-march-16/]Dairy Queen[/link].
  7. National Candy Cane Day

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  8. Stacking Cell Phones

    So, what do you think of this idea? Have you ever been out to eat with a group of people and some of them find their cell phones more interesting than the people at the table? It happened at a dinner table at a wedding I was at a couples of months ago. There were 8 people at our round table and half were doing something with their phones!
  9. Veterans' Day

    Here is another site for some Veterans' Day benefits. http://themilitarywallet.com/veterans-day-free-meals-and-discounts/
  10. Veterans' Day

    For Veterens' Day many establisments have freebies for the Veterans. For more information go to: http://fflys.co/veteransday14
  11. National Sandwich Day

    Click here: http://www.sheknows.com/food-and-recipes/articles/819871/Celebrate-National-Sandwich-Day-with-free-food
  12. National Candy Corn Day!

    Click here http://fox2now.com/2014/10/30/celebrate-national-candy-corn-day/] candy corn
  13. Cherry Benefits

    Cherries help ease arthritis pain For those who suffer from arthritis and gout, you will be relieved to find out that adding cherries to your diet can greatly decrease the intense pain associated with those ailments. Excess uric acid in the blood is the culprit behind the excruciating pain that causes swelling, tenderness and inflammation. A study done by the USDA found that uric acid can be reduced by as much as 15 percent by eating 2 cups of Bing cherries. Cherries can also help reduce painful inflammation by decreasing the amount of C-reactive protein produced. So add a little zing to your diet by choosing Bing (cherries). Cherries help fight cancer The distinctive deep red pigment cherries are known for comes from flavonoids; powerful antioxidants that help fight free radicals in the body. Cyanidin is a flavonoid from the anthocyanin group found in cherries that helps keep cancerous cells from growing out of control. And, for cherries with the most anthocyanins go for sweet cherries with the deepest pigment; crimson-purple rather than bright red. Cherries help you sleep If sipping a cup of chamomile isnt enough to induce restful sleep try having tart cherry juice before bed. Tart cherries contain melatonin, a hormone that helps make you feel sleepy. Two tablespoons of tart cherry juice has been shown in studies to be just as effective as a melatonin supplement. So, pour yourself a little cherry juice nightcap for a tasty bedtime sleep aid. Cherries and blood pressure Cherries are an excellent source of potassium, which helps to lower blood pressure by getting rid of the excess sodium in our body. Eating cherries helps keep potassium and sodium in balance, and can prevent hypertension from occurring. One cup of cherries has the same amount of potassium as a banana making it a great substitute when you are not in the mood for another ho-hum banana. Cherries help keep you trim Eating cherries can help you lose weight and stay trim. A cup of cherries is less than 100 calories and packs in 3 grams of fiber, which will keep you feeling full longer. Also, these little beauties contain many B-vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B6; these vitamins are crucial for metabolism and convert nutrients into energy. What could be better than eating cherries to help you stay lean and skinny? Tip: Cherries are not only healthy, but they are delicious and versatile. They can be added to everything from dairy, to pork; eaten raw or cooked down to make a sauce or strained for juice. Serve them by the bowlful for dessert at your next summer barbecue; just be sure to have plenty of napkins and bowls for the pits!
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