Video: Repub Candidate Mike Stopa Making Waves On The Airwaves

Repub candidate Mike Stopa, MA-3, appeared on Libertarian Free Politics, a production of ‘Libertarian Republican’ with Eric Dondero and Andre Traversa. The subject du jour: Obamacare…namely how to get rid of it. Stopa puts forward a plan to defund, similar to what was done to Dukakis Care in Massachussetts; “we take it to the back of the hospital and we kill it with an axe”:

Teh vapors!

New 10 Buck Friday Poll: August 22 – 27

We’ll introduce this week’s TBF poll with some thoughts from The Other McCain:
“These candidates can’t depend on the Washington-based Republican establishment to bail them out. RNC reportedly has only $5 million cash on hand. The NRCC has $17 million, compared to $33 million for the DCCC. If conservatives online don’t start paying attention, Nov. 2 may be another one of those ‘agony of defeat’ moments — a long night of tearful Republican concession speeches that brings smiles to the faces of Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann.”
“Money isn’t everything, but it’s essential to running any political campaign…
As always, the poll is located at the top of my right sidebar. You can learn more about each of the candidates at Right Klik.
Show your support by voting. Show your support by giving. These candidates need our help most are being grossly outspent by Dems. NOW is the time to correct that.
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Your Sunday Hymn: We Are Marching (Siyahamba)

The South African hymn, “We Are Marchingis well suited for children because the of the easy to remember melody and  lyrics.

In Tanzania, these orphaned children performed a spirited version in front of Lake Victoria:

This rendition is performed by L’Annonciade form Romont, at the Switzerland Montreux Choral Festival:

Here’s an American boy’s choir: in New Jersey:

Moving on to Singapore, here’s the SACC Youth Choir performing at Saint Andrew’s Community Chapel:

They’re all precious.

Afrikaans

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God,

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God.

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God,

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God.

Ons marsjeer nou, ons marsjeer nou,

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God.

Ons marsjeer nou, ons marsjeer nou,

Ons marsjeer nou in die lig van God.

Zulu

Siyahamba, ekukanyen’ kwenkos’,

Siyahamba ekukanyen’ kwenkos’.

Siyahamba ekukanyen’ kwenkos’,

Siyahamba ekukanyen’ kwenkos’.

Siyahamba, siyahamba, oh,

Siyahamba ekukanyen’ kwenkos’.

Siyahamba, siyahamba, oh,

Siyahamba ekukanyen’ kwenkos’.

Spanish

Caminamos en la luz de Dios,

Caminamos en la luz de Dios.

Caminamos en la luz de Dios,

Caminamos en la luz de Dios.

Caminamos, vamos, caminamos, vamos,

Caminamos en la luz de Dios.

Caminamos, vamos, caminamos, vamos,

Caminamos en la luz de Dios.

English

We are marching in the light of God.

We are marching in the light of God.

We are marching in the light of God.

We are marching in the light of God.

We are marching, we are marching, ooh,

We are marching in the light of God.

We are marching, we are marching, ooh,

We are marching in the light of God.

(Alternate versions of the lyrics may alternate marching with different verbs such as dancing, singing, living, or praying.)

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Video: An Unlikely Animal Duo Become Inseparable Friends

This story about a dog and elephant friendship isn’t exactly new, but I’d never heard of it.

It was featured on CBS News in January of ’09, but I didn’t see it. How often do I watch CBS News?  Approximately never? Right. So I missed this amazing story…if you did, too, this video is worth your time, I swear:

Here’s another video of the two just hanging out:

Thanks to Jane Loves Jesus.

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