For those accustomed to my postings filled with acerbic, navel-gazing rants and bad news, here’s your ray of sunshine for the day. I thank God today for this miracle, for He is the Cause of it.
They made their way to the pile of debris, and carefully removed fragments of wood and slate, shattered glass and rock. And then they saw her: a four-month old baby girl in a pink woolen bear suit.
The tidal wave literally swept the unnamed girl away from her parents arms when it hit their home on March 11. Since then her parents – both of whom survived the disaster – have taken refuge in their wrecked house, and worried that their little girl was dead. Soldiers managed to reunite the baby with her overjoyed father shortly after the rescue.
We all know that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed in August 1945 after explosion of atomic bombs.
However, we know little about the progress made by the people of that land during the past 64 years.
Hiroshima: 65 years later
Detroit: 65 Years After Hiroshima
So, you decide. What has caused more long term destruction – the H-Bomb or the U. S. Government’s socialistic welfare programs (the S-Bomb) created to buy the votes of those who want someone to care for them?
There is a bright side. At least Hollywood liberal directors will have a ready-made set on which to film their latest ultra-violent action thrillers. That’ll save them a lot of dough and make their insipid movies more profitable.