Recently the Experts have been complaining that the American People don’t believe them. Why would that be?
PRODUCERS NOTE: I have no idea what the hell happened here. Dave was supposed to be talking about this whole Experts Not Being believed topic, and somehow that turned into Spanking the Hippo about Gays, Jews, Trump being executed by Gay-Jewish commandos and why Dave has issues and questions with religious faith. Some days it is impossible to keep him on topic. – Producer Henri
Robinson Cano is coming back tonight for the Mariners. PEDS, which used to be called steroids, have really messed with the perception of the game, and have hurt the Minor Leaguers with a dream.
The #warwithoutend which we were told is over, turns out it isn’t over as the 101st Airborne is back in action in Eastern Afghanistan against the resurgent Taliban who have their own news website. with the new defense Bill, this war should be able to go on until Congresspeople get re-elected still not having done their Constitutional duty…
On December 8th, 1941, President Roosevelt asked Congress to declare War on the Empire of Japan. It is one of the most stirring speeches ever recorded. Congress quickly agreed and except for the standard Conscientious Objector vote, approved the resolution and declared War on Japan.
I go back to the speech itself, which, even if you are not a fan of FDR, is quite stirring, patriotic and appeals to everything that Americans love about their nation. including an appeal to Almighty G-d to see us through to final victory. If you haven’t heard it or watched it, you should do so right now:
In many ways it hearkened back to the speech that FDR had listened to by Woodrow Wilson, who ran in 1916 on a promise to keep America out of the war, then gave what many to consider to be the best speech to call for a Declaration of War ever given by a President. Wilson’s speech left many in tears and screaming with fervor as the nation found itself finally getting into the war which he had promised to keep us out of just months before. Read the rest of this entry