Thursday, March 1, 2012

How Sheriff Joe Arpiao Helped Make My Birthday Enjoyable!

I woke this morning to my wife singing "you're older than I am."  She does that every day for 55 days each year until she catches up to me late in April.

My pastor Emailed me to wish me a happy birthday and invited me to lunch at Der Weinerschnitzel for a chili cheese dog.  I love those chile cheese dogs.  I had to decline; maybe he'll make it up later.

Then my wife "treated" me to a free birthday breakfast at Denny's.

I learned, on the news, that a great American and TEA party hero, Andrew Breitbart, died this morning at the age of 43.  It was just a few days ago that I thought about contacting him to see if I could go to work for him.  I will miss him. 

One of my daughters, Valerie, and her five children joined us for the breakfast.  Denny's also gave me a free dish of ice cream and everyone sang "Happy Birthday."  The family at the booth next to us joined the song.  One of my grandsons gave me a hand-made birthday card with an excellent drawing of a rhinoceros.

My other daughter, Dawn, and her three children called and sang "Happy Birthday."   Later this afternoon a friend treated me to a Reese's peanut butter cup Blizzard at Dairy Queen.  He had a coupon so he got mine for free.

Dozens of my Facebook friends, many of whom I have never met, wished me a happy birthday.

BUT, the most thrilling event of the day was reading this message that I got from Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio.  It  is the major preliminary finding of a six-month ongoing Sheriff's Cold Case Posse law enforcement investigation into the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate and his eligibility to be president.  It doesn't look good for the Chief but, really, all He has to do is come clean with the proof He insists that He has.   Andy is gone but Sheriff Joe is still engaged in the war for truth and the protection of our constitutional republic.  

I was born on March 1, 1948 in Culver City, California and I HAVE COPIES OF MY BIRTH CERTIFICATE TO PROVE IT.

I'm looking forward to the rest of the day; I'm sure it will be great.  Thanks to all my family and friends and Sheriff Joe.  Happy Birthday to me!

1 comment:

Persis said...

Very happy birthday to you, Ralph!