Really! The Leftists and their ever-angry and never-satisfied minorities should just un-ass America and emigrate to some country where they’d be happier – or, at least, less angry and hate-filled – like their celebrities keep promising to do every time their forces are defeated or face defeat.
If they don’t love America – and it’s beyond obvious that they don’t – they should leave it for their own sakes, instead of staying where they’re miserable just to fulfill some idea of destroying America and turning it into what they picture a nation should look and sound like.
Start your day off right. With coffee – or tea if that’s your cuppa – before you read the paper or surf the web for your morning “news.” Coffee first, then check to see what today’s outrage is or is supposed to be according to the Lamestream Media.
Remember that! First Coffee! Then, all the other shit.
OK, OK, OK! If you’re luckier/smarter than I am (highly unlikely but possible), as lucky/smart as I am (oddly rare), or even half as lucky/smart as I am (decent chance of that!), coffee should be the 2nd thing you do in the morning. But still, the 1st thing once you get out of bed. 😉
The important thing is to start the day with something good that will also center yourself. It’s important to get your mind in a rooted, good place before perusing the crap the world has for you each day.
I’m proud to say that many fine mornings have started this way for me, mostly in the Spring and Fall months when the weather calls to me to start the day with coffee over a fire.
And then, once my blood stream has been returned to its properly caffeinated state, I and my family like a hearty, country style breakfast cooked over and eaten around that same fire.
And yes, even though I and my family live in Brooklyn, this is a common breakfast scenario for us. I’ve got a good-sized grill/offset smoker out front and a smaller pit grill in our rear court. Both charcoal, not freaking gas or those pellet things. Proper charcoal as the God(s) intended. 😉
It’s all part of being who you are and doing what you love, irrespective of where you find yourself at any given time.
So please, do enjoy your BBQ – I will – because it’s the right thing to do. It’s good to celebrate the life, freedom, and prosperity that those rough men and women died to protect.
But maybe, just maybe, you might want to set an extra place at the table for their shades. They did, after all, pay for that fine meal.
That’s all. Just a thought that maybe you might want to spare a thought and a little table space for our fallen soldiers and the ones they left behind.