Aug 3, 2015

Veteran Discovers THIS Hateful Note on His Vehicle After Trip to Grocery Store

The men and women in our military who voluntarily sign up to go and defend our liberty and way of life against those who want to kill us are true heroes. They go in willing to pay the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our nation remains free and safe.
You would think people can simply appreciate and respect the sacrifices of servicemen, but it’s sadly not always the case these days.
A hateful and bitter person tried to give more meaning to his pathetic life by telling an Iraq War veteran who was awarded a Purple Heart that he wish he were killed instead of only wounded in war.
He kindly added “F*** You and your ‘service'” to finish the note off.
From News10:
When a local Iraq War veteran went shopping Thursday morning, he did not expect to find an anonymous note with ugly language left on his car.
The letter blasted the Marine for having a Purple Heart and serving overseas. It stated, “All of you Islamaphobe vets deserve to die.”
The note has people shaking their heads. Some call the author pathetic.
“It’s just shocking,” Ann Lanoir said. “It’s just ignorant. That’s the way I feel. I feel like some punk wrote it.”

“Makes me sick to my stomach,” Navy veteran Robert LaPrairie said. “To me, it’s an act of terrorism really.”
“I just think it’s awful,” John Mohring said. “It’s very terrible. Veterans are our heroes.”
What a coward. The person that wrote the note didn’t even write his name.
These kind of people seem to have no clue that they would be living in hell without these men and women volunteering to put their lives on the line for our freedom.

Not to mention that this person would probably rethink his heartless letter if there were no volunteers and the important people in his life got drafted when other countries left America no choice but to go to war.
The coward probably paraded around after leaving the note, patting himself on the back and thinking his act of writing an anonymous letter showed much more courage than going to the Middle East to risk your life fighting bloodthirsty terrorists in order to keep your country free and your loved ones safe.
This Marine is an incredibly honorable and truly valiant man, and I am very proud to call him my fellow American.
It’s such a shame not everyone feels the same way.

The Truth About Income Inequality The Left Doesn’t Want You To Know

While Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama do their best to paper over the brutality of the Iranian regime and force through a nuclear agreement, Iran’s religious leader has another issue on his mind: The destruction of Israel.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has published a new book called “Palestine,” a 416-page screed against the Jewish state. A blurb on the back cover credits Khamenei as “The flagbearer of Jihad to liberate Jerusalem.” …
Obama administration officials likely hope that no American even hears about it.
Khamenei makes his position clear from the start: Israel has no right to exist as a state. …
Khamenei makes no reference to Iran’s nuclear program. But the subtext is that a nuclear-armed Iran would make Israel think twice before trying to counter Khamenei’s strategy by taking military action against the Islamic Republic. …
Thanks to President Obama, the US has already distanced itself from Israel to a degree unimaginable a decade ago. …
Khamenei boasts about the success of his plans to make life impossible for Israelis through terror attacks from Lebanon and Gaza. His latest scheme is to recruit “fighters” in the West Bank to set up Hezbollah-style units. …

Khamenei describes Israel as “a cancerous tumor” whose elimination would mean that “the West’s hegemony and threats will be discredited” in the Middle East. In its place, he boasts, “the hegemony of Iran will be promoted.”
Khamenei’s book also deals with the Holocaust which he regards either as “a propaganda ploy” or a disputed claim. “If there was such a thing,” he writes, “we don’t know why it happened and how.”
This is what Iran’s leaders are preaching to their people and their allies in the Middle East. Do we really want to give succor?

Meme’s Powerful Message On Abortion Blends History With Common Sense

From Breitbart:
At a press conference , House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Republicans’ talk of defunding Planned Parenthood is a “distraction” that will hold little weight with Americans because the organization has a “solid grounding of support with the American people.”

Democrats have been coming to the defense of the nation’s largest abortion provider following the release of gruesome and graphic videos depicting the organization’s top medical professionals discussing the sale of the body parts of aborted babies.
“Planned Parenthood administers to the needs of … two and a half million women,” she said. “A very small percentage of that relates to women having the right to choose. But it relates to their health.”
Pelosi said young women in college go to Planned Parenthood for breast, cervical, and ovarian cancer.
In 2014, Pelosi was awarded Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Margaret Sanger award – the organization’s highest honor – named for its founder, a known racist and eugenicist. …

In June of 2013, Pelosi criticized a bill prohibiting late-term abortions by referring to abortion as “sacred ground.”
“As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this,” Pelosi said.
Pelosi has also promoted Planned Parenthood’s relationship with the Girl Scouts USA.
Does Planned Parenthood really have your support like Ms. Pelosi says?

These 20 Incredible Images Reveal the Secret World of Animals Inside the Womb

National Geographic’s In The Womb: Animals made TV history in 2006 when an animal 4D ultrasound scan was broadcast for the first time. Using a mix of photography and digital technology, producer Peter Chinn and his crew were able to trace the gestational journey of the growing embryos in groundbreaking visual detail. The resulting images are remarkably realistic; cracking open many an embryonic enigma, they teach us much about the unique utero passage of creatures great and small. And in the animal kingdom – where a mini marsupial’s most important hop is from womb to pouch and a cannibalizing shark embryo can devour its siblings – no two journeys are ever the same.


When a dolphin calf emerges after a year in the womb – tail first so as to stay afloat – it has, amazingly, already learned how to swim inside the uterus. This literal water baby begins to paddle around inside its mother at just nine weeks, using a second set of rear flippers that recede before the onset of labor.


In the predatory world of the cheetah, cubs must be protected from birth. The pregnant female will scan the landscape for a secluded spot in which to deliver, and the newborns arrive with a very distinctive disguise. To far-off predators, a cheetah cub’s fluffy mohawk allows it to pass for the ferocious honey badger.


The utero journey of man’s best friend takes around 63 days, and after six weeks, the pool ball-sized pups begin to pant in the womb. Furthermore, if a pregnancy is in trouble, the bitch can do something remarkable to save her litter: assimilate the defective fetus back into her body.

Golden Retriever

A Golden Retriever pup begins life unrecognizable as a single egg. Following implantation, this egg separates into three groups, which will eventually become the pup’s different organ systems. The breed’s gorgeous golden coat is formed from the ectoderm cells and starts to develop at around two months.


At just a month old, this little pup will already flaunt a set of pointy Chihuahua ears, and over the next fortnight it will develop paws, claws and fur. At the end of their nine-week gestation period, puppies emerge in an amniotic sac, which is pierced open by the mother, allowing the newborn to breathe.

Corn Snake

From inside their leathery cocoons, baby snakes grow something very special: an egg tooth that allows them to hack their way out of their shell’s membranous confines. The newborn snake then greets the world by sticking its tongue out, taking a first taste of its new outside home.

Lemon Shark

Sharks reproduce through different means, according to their species, with most nurturing their eggs internally. Others, however, have a more marine beginning completely outside of their mother’s body, hatching from a sack in the sea.

Tiger Shark

Mackerel sharks – such as the great white – make less than adorable babies, and in the womb of a sand tiger shark it’s survival of the fittest. Here, the first embryo to develop a strong set of gnashers will use them to devour any neighboring embryos, until only the most ferocious baby cannibal remains.

Emperor Penguin

Unlike other penguins, the statuesque emperor penguin chooses to breed in the harsh conditions of winter. After laying the egg, the female passes the mantle over to her male counterpart, which spends two months incubating his offspring without stopping for a single meal – thus reducing his body mass by as much as a third.


Baby birds don’t start to develop in the egg until the temperature is just right – between 100 and 112 °F, to be exact. To help them along, then, the mother sheds the feathers on her stomach to create a “brood patch” – a warm, vascularized area of skin prepped for incubation.


After just 15 days in the womb a baby kitten begins to grow its tail, which continues to curve outward throughout the pregnancy. Once a month has gone by, the fetus will have a pair of closed cat eyes, and at five weeks it starts to develop its set of claws.


The cat fetus remains furless until week six, when a sleek coat begins to grow. And at around the nine-week mark the kitten will have reached full term, having stretched to more than the length of a dollar bill.


It’s almost indistinguishable in its first week of embryonic development, but a lion cub will take roughly twice as long to mature in the womb as its diminutive relative, the domestic cat. Then when the little Simbas emerge after 16 weeks, their fur carries black markings – similar to those of other big cats – that fade as they get older.


Female bats are ingenious when it comes to manipulating their pregnancy. They can store the male’s live sperm for months, delaying fertilization and development of an embryo in order to give birth in a more favorable season – when there’s more food for everyone.

Polar Bear

Although a polar bear pregnancy lasts for eight months, only half of that time is spent actually developing the embryo. After fertilization, the egg divides into a mass of cells called a blastocyst, which then lies suspended in the womb for four months before finally embedding in the uterine lining and continuing on its journey.


This bushy-tailed marsupial has among the very briefest gestation spells of any mammal. Baby possums spend as little as two weeks in the womb before entering the world completely bald and no bigger than a bumblebee.


Equine embryos spend around 49 weeks in the womb and undergo something of a growth spurt during the last three months – when the foal will grow from the size of a small kitten to that of a large dog

Red Kangaroo

It’s hard to believe that this tiny little joey will develop into a towering six-foot red kangaroo. A kangaroo pregnancy lasts just over a month and a half, and once the newborn emerges – unable to see and just over an inch long – it climbs immediately into its mother’s pouch for a long feeding session.

Parasitic Wasp

The parasitic wasp has a beginning so gruesome that it is credited with having inspired a scene in the 1979 horror movie Alien. The female lays her egg in an unsuspecting caterpillar, where it hatches and begins to secrete a deadly virus. After developing fully, the baby wasp then bites its way out of the now incapacitated caterpillar and flies away.

Asian Elephant

Asian elephants are reproductively unique: females have a double helping of ovulation hormones and an extra-long pregnancy period. And so it is that after 21 months in the womb, the clever calves arrive ready to walk with the herd, even if it’s another fortnight before they’re able to rein in those wobbly trunks.

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