So long since I have written something here…

and please forgive me for this. So many things have happened since my last post here. We have all heard of that polar bears becoming a threatened species even though they are procreating at a faster rate than humans are and their population has been growing for a few decades now. I should hope so anyway, mainly because of the consequences this will likely have on our industries.

What else has happened, oh yes, I got a pocket copy of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence from the Heritage Foundation. I have to be subjected to a bunch of e-mails from them now but it was free so I will not complain. John McCain still has not learned his lesson, he is saying that we need “comprehensive immigration reform” or amnesty, yet again. Why are so many of the politicians unable to figure out that this is now what the people of this country want?

The California State Supreme Court also decided to make up a new right (I previously had “ignore the people” written here) and decided to allow homosexual marriage. What else? I leave for basic training in Chicago, Illinois on June 25, so little time until that date now. There are many things I wish to study, so this is all I will write for now.

Sin Cere,

Dirk Limon

4 thoughts on “So long since I have written something here…”

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