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Posted on 09/04/2001 8:13:17 PM PDT by swheats
The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left. Ecclesiastes 10:2
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In light of the Daffodil Principle where individual efforts over time add up to a mammoth contribution, we are looking at ways to use this lesson as we seek to promote conservatism, the Republican Party and the administration of George Bush.
We are currently involved in a letter-writing campaign - Project Daffodil-Letters. Some of us have been involved in the Klamath Falls Petition, and the People First petition to defund the Endangered Species Act. For more information about these projects and future projects, please visit the link above (Click on the picture above.)
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I added a little extra to see if we actually have a life outside of FR. You don't have to give your scores but you will have to consider what to do next. :}
Yeah, in God's plan we never know what is small stuff and what is big stuff; He just takes care of all of it for us.
Great job on the thread!!
Now I know who to freep when I need someone to make a new People First thread!!
It's time to start killing a few sharks. Or is this just one more way of making humans endangered?
NO WAY !!!
We can use these lovely devils!
We can start the idea that the best way to get rid of your girlfriends (Condit) or enemies (Clinton) is to feed them to the sharks.
No one can recognize someone after they're shark poop!
Soon every Democratic Congress Critter is going to have a shark in his swimming pool.
The law of averages says that sooner or later, he/she will get drunk and fall in the pool.
Did you see Hannity tonight. He asked Norton about Klamath Falls - he did great. I wasn't too impressed with her answer - I got the impression when she said they were working on long term solutions and there is just not enough water - she means a buyout. She also said we HAVE to uphold the rulings of the ESA. Wish he had said the ESA is extinct and should therefore have no power.
His Magnificent Obsession
I think a good opportunity was missed when those four firefighters died when they didn't take water out of the river to save the salmon (or some fish). That event just faded away. For once, I wish GWB would have 'pulled a Clinton' and gone there to hold hands with the family and draw attention to the issue.
There could be an ESA but it needs strick limitations put on it or it is used, as it is now, to find some minute species, declare it endangered to throw all other laws out the window. It can be used in all sorts of ways to manipulate property rights, to grab lands, to deflate land prices, to control where people live, to control road access, roads. It is totally out of control because it is in the hands of socialists who seek to pull the land from the people and have the people live in suburbs. They want control of the land, control of the resources, control of all aspects of our life and, the weird thing is, they are getting that control.
How do we wake people up. This is not a conspiracy theory - we need to act while we can. Just wish I knew what should be done.
Clinton: Up to 700 and with a high celebrity quotient. Tom Hanks, Barbra Streisand, Goldie Hawn and high-rolling Democratic donors
Bush: a strict 136 only, with the emphasis on sportsmen and Spanish-speaking Texan political allies.
Clinton: The richest, finest fare that the White House chef cared to experiment with. Caviar, lobster, champagne.
Bush: Expected to be unflashy, with a Texan twist. Outside chance of an unspeakable part of a bull. Guests advised to go easy on the wine; Mr Bush is teetotal.
Clinton: ranged from classical renditions to cheek-to-cheek dancing and hobnobbing into the early hours.
Bush: opera highlights. Carriages long before midnight to ensure that the President gets a full eight hours sleep.
The final exam WILL be a dilly.
Bush's Favorite Recipes
Three of President Bush's favorite chefs serve up his best-loved recipes.
By Sarah Bishop, chef at the Governor's Mansion in Austin, Texas
1 pound jumbo lump blue crab meat
1 medium size green bell pepper, finely chopped
2 ribs celery, finely chopped
3 medium size onions, finely chopped
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Several dashes Tabasco sauce
1 pinch oregano
1 pinch basil
1 pinch salt and pepper
3/4 cup bread crumbs
Enough canola oil to coat the bottom of a heavy skillet, about 1/8 inch.
Whisk egg, mayonnaise, lemon juice and Tabasco sauce together.
Fold crab meat, the egg-mayonnaise mix and the chopped vegetables together. Add seasoning.
Fold in bread crumbs to bind.
Form crab cakes by pressing firmly together in more bread crumbs, coating thoroughly.
Set on a sheet pan sprinkled with bread crumbs. Allow to set in fridge.
Yields 10 3-ounce crab cakes. Serve with lemon and tartar sauce.
By David Garrido, head chef, Jeffrey's
1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
2 1/2 cups yellow corn, off the cob
1/2 cup chopped red onion
1 quart heavy cream
1/2 cup diced poblano pepper, roasted, peeled, and seeded
1/2 cup diced red pepper, roasted, peeled and seeded
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
1 tablespoon maple syrup
2 whole eggs
6 egg yolks
Salt to taste
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
In a large sauce pan over low heat, saute corn for 10 minutes or until bright yellow, add onion and cook for another three minutes or until onion is translucent.
Add heavy cream and cook for four to six minutes, or until the cream is hot.
Remove from heat and add poblano pepper, red pepper, cilantro and maple syrup.
In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs and the egg yolks.
First, temper the egg mixture with about 1 cup of the cream mixture, mix well, then add remaining cream mixture to the egg mixture.
Season with salt.
Pour custard into ramekins and bake in a water bath about 35-45 minutes, or until the custard is set in the center.
By Eddie Deen, who catered Bush's Texas and presidential inaugurals
Preheat a smoker pit with hickory wood to approximately 200-225 degrees.
Prepare 2 slabs of pork ribs with dry rub of paprika, garlic, salt and black pepper.
Cook ribs in the pit for 3 hours at 225 degrees. Glaze each hour with BBQ sauce. For the 4th and final hour, wrap in foil.
Serve with yeast rolls, potato salad, ranch beans, and barbecue sauce.
Here's the recipe from a popular place in Montreal for ribs:
Title: Bar-B-Barn Ribs
Categories: Pork, Barbecue should use long, meaty ribs
Yield: 4 servings MM#: 2868
2 lb Ribs, Parboiled
2 c Brown Sugar
1/2 ts Salt
1/2 ts Paprika
1/2 ts Cinnamon
1 c Apple Sauce
1/2 c Lemon Juice
1/2 ts Pepper
1/2 ts Garlic Powder
In a heavy saucepan, mix apple sauce, brown sugar, lemon juice, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder and cinnamon. Over medium-high heat, bring the sauce to the boiling point and continue boiling for one to two minutes. Place parboiled ribs in an ovenproof dish and brush liberally with the sauce. Bake for 45 minutes at 350'F. Turn ribs and bush underside with remaining sauce. Continue baking for 45 minutes. Serves four.
From The Gazette, 90/12/19. Bar-B-Barn ribs are a Montreal favourite.
Ha! They don't even have to go out that far. The North Carolina couple was in chest high water (although that, IMO, is pretty far out.)
THAT is definitely reason to celebrate!
Cheers, CC :)
I had my last cigarette at 7:00 am this morning,, (Okay, I confess,,,, I found a butt in the ashtray of the Tahoe at 10:30am). I've got the opal glaze applied to the livingroom walls. It needs something else, so I'll have to go to Menards to look for that 'something'.
"Oh look,,,, here's something shiney,,,, a sack of malted milk balls", I'll be okay for a little while longer.