Jan 28, 1909 – The U.S. ended direct control over Cuba.
Jan 28, 1915 – The Coast Guard was created by an act of the U.S. Congress to fight contraband trade and aid distressed vessels at sea.
Jan 28, 1938 – The first ski tow started operation in Vermont.
January 28, 2013
Good Morning Thinkers,
Regulation. It appears to be the trend these days, everyone wants to modify something. The President wants to change health care, change the tax brackets, change gun laws… it all boils down into the same pot… Regulation.
Whether you support it or not, that’s not my business, but it is a cold hard fact that things are changing and they are changing fast. How do I know this? Well I was watching Sports Center tonight and I saw something that proves my point unequivocally.
Football, the most American thing we have left was being challenged by none other than the President himself. Obama told New Republic that
“football fans must wrestle with the fact that the game will probably change over time to try to reduce the violence.”
Um, no thanks. Take my health care, take my guns, but do not even think about taking my football Mr. President, Sir! (Can we please make a bumper sticker)
I’m being silly, of course the President isn’t going to put an end to football as I know it, but that is a pretty good resemblance of the progressive trend we live in now. Why do things always have to change? What ever happened to the good old days? Were they not good after all? I know one thing, they certainly couldn’t be as bad as the economic issues we have now. And we just gave 20 F-16 fighter jets to Egypt? Just to put it into proportion: All of your tax money you will give for your entire life, will still not cover the cost of just one F-16 that we basically Gave Away… “hey guys free planes!”
Apparently tax money grows on trees, I mean they could always make you pay more right? Cus’ what you pay right now is unreasonable! You should be giving more money away to Egypt, the Sphinx could use a new makeover.
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