Zell Miller’s Corps Values – The Spitballs Speech




“No one should dare to even think about being the Commander in Chief of this country if he doesn’t believe with all his heart that our soldiers are liberators abroad and defenders of freedom at home.” Zell Miller of Georgia


The question we need to answer for the present wave of peril is quite clear: Will the next generation have the “Corps Values” former Gov. Zell Miller laid out in his book. Three of the 12 values are: Courage, discipline and loyalty. The other nine are: Neatness, punctuality, brotherhood, persistence, pride, respect, shame, responsibility and achievement. The Greatest Generation understood the meaning of each value. They were taught from birth, and on this day we specifically honor those who were serving our country on this “date which will live in infamy” 67 years ago in an idyllic place called Pearl Harbor.

From dwrepub

Zell Miller delivers one of the most courageous and impactful speeches in recent history 1sep04 – Parts One and Two




Listing all the weapon systems that Senator Kerry tried his best to shut down sounds like an auctioneer selling off our national security but Americans need to know the facts.

The B-1 bomber, that Senator Kerry opposed, dropped 40 percent of the bombs in the first six months of Operation Enduring Freedom.

The B-2 bomber, that Senator Kerry opposed, delivered air strikes against the Taliban in Afghanistan and Hussein’s command post in Iraq.

The F-14A Tomcats, that Senator Kerry opposed, shot down Khadifi’s Libyan MIGs over the Gulf of Sidra. The modernized F-14D, that Senator Kerry opposed, delivered missile strikes against Tora Bora.

The Apache helicopter, that Senator Kerry opposed, took out those Republican Guard tanks in Kuwait in the Gulf War. The F-15 Eagles, that Senator Kerry opposed, flew cover over our Nation’s Capital and this very city after 9/11.

I could go on and on and on: against the Patriot Missile that shot down Saddam Hussein’s scud missiles over Israel; against the Aegis air-defense cruiser; against the Strategic Defense Initiative; against the Trident missile; against, against, against.

This is the man who wants to be the Commander in Chief of our U.S. Armed Forces?

U.S. forces armed with what? Spitballs?

Phil Berg Barack Obama Ron Polarik Jeff Schreiber

41 Responses to “Zell Miller’s Corps Values – The Spitballs Speech”

  1. rosettasister Says:

    A Blessed and Prosperous New Year, everyone!

    I thought it appropriate to share a speech from a patriotic American on this first day of the New Year.


  2. Tenacity Says:

    Good morning Rose’s Gang!

    First after Rose…What better way to start 2009.

  3. Fae Says:

    Happy New Year everyone from North Dakota!
    I love reading this blog! God Bless you all in 2009.

  4. amy Says:

    Happy New Year, Rosetta and everyone….. Are you all ready for a revolution? Well, get ready now! This is going to be the year we take back our country… Its been done before. We can do it again. We the people have that right. With God, all things are possible. Peace, everyone.

  5. sliderblaze Says:

    happy new years all

  6. sliderblaze Says:

    And then there was sanity (well, at least temperaroly)

    Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels announced this morning that the city will reverse its decade-old policy and use road salt to melt ice in future storms.

    The mayor set certain conditions for using salt: on hills, arterials or snow bus routes, and on routes to hospitals and other emergency facilities when at least 4 inches of snow is predicted, if ice is predicted, or if extreme cold is expected to last more than three days.

    The city earlier refused to use salt, saying it’s bad for the environment, and instead spread sand over the roads.

    “In normal Seattle winters, this practice has served us well,” Nickels said in a City Hall news conference today. “This time, liquid de-icers were not enough. People were frustrated, and so was I.”

    Nickels has faced criticism over the city’s reaction to back-to-back snowstorms over the past two weeks. Buses could not run in many parts of the city and roads remained icy and rutted days after snow had fallen.

    via Ace

  7. j.b. Says:

    HAPPY NEW YEAR Rosettas’ Gang!
    If you have four minutes to spare, this is a cool video

    h t t p://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap081231.html………………………….

    So, any fun New Year’s stories out there to share? I must say ours was quite, well, uneventful. JUST the way I like it! This is my 13th New Years Day without a hangover. Ahhhhhhhh, the freedom of living a clean life. 🙂

    I remember one year (about 26 years ago) I was working at a bar, drank there on New Year’s Eve (’til 4 a.m., BF drove us home, had to carry me into the apt., but on the way-dropped me in the street- On my head.) and had to work on New Years Day at noon, I think. Well, I was so sick and could barely stand upright. But I remembered the threat of joblessness if I chose not to show up. Soooooo, I took a shower and went to work in my pajamas and robe. I’m not kidding. We had 2 customers in 3 hours and I finally got sent home.

    So, it’s 2009. *sigh*

    Hey Barry! What’s on your resolution list this year? Does your list, perhaps, include; NOT being a LIAR, a THUG Or USURPING LAW BREAKER?
    Yeah, I thought not.
    Well, My list includes this:
    I WILL NEVER STOP (hangin’ around those with good intentions of and joining me in) TRYING (and eventually succeeding )TO EXPOSE YOU FOR WHO AND WHAT YOU TRULY ARE!

    THE TRUTH shall prevail.

    Once again,

  8. sliderblaze Says:

    dont look now, but the AOL poll is up to about 104K

    yes 54%
    no 40%

  9. indy500 Says:

    From Hal Lindsey’s book published in 1970. Does this stuff sound familiar or what?

    A dictator? Who is a dictator? What makes a dictator? A dictator is a person with absolute authority, a person who has power over people. Does he appear suddenly on the scene and say, “Stop this outmoded democratic process, I am your leader now”? That isn’t the way it happens.

    A dictator does not thrust his rule upon people from the top down, without provocation. His tyranny is the end result of chaos in the society that results in his rise to despotic power. The dictionary describes him as a person who seizes the authority over a nation as the result of an emergency.

    The power-mad leader of the Third Reich, Adolph Hitler, would not have achieved his terrifying control over the lives of millions if the times had not been ripe for him. In the 1930’s the German people were in despair. Economic depression was shaking the foundations of industry. Millions were out of work. Small business enterprises were collapsing. It was a desperate time, with desperate people looking for a way out. Hitler, with his evil genius, knew the mood of the German people. He saw the opportunity to pursue his Putsch in precisely the era that history demanded.

    Hitler saw himself as a hero, a savior, a strong man needed by weak underlings-a “great leader” who could guide the Germans to heights of glory, according to his standards. He believed he was above the moral standard of ordinary man. Consequently, he surrounded himself with shady characters of every type. As long as they were useful to him this motley bunch of criminals and sadists were part of the ruling strength of Hitler’s inner circle.

  10. indy500 Says:

    Name of book is “The Late Great Planet Earth”.

  11. calli Says:

    Happy New Year Rosetta!!!! Keep up the good work!!!

  12. sliderblaze Says:

    something we already know but….another good example. you dont find out its a republican until the last sentence. i’m sure if it had been a dem. the headline woulda read:

    “Democrat Rep. to give pay raise to charity”

    instead the headline reads:

    “Rep. Barrett to give pay raise to charity”

  13. sliderblaze Says:

    And of course, this should be front page news….wtf is going on….

    * Iraq Takes Over Control of Green Zone

  14. sliderblaze Says:

    Remember that post about Israel losing US support. A poll to basically back that assertion up

    Rasmussen: Only 31% Of Democrats Back Israeli’s Decision To Take Military Action
    67% of Repubs back them. …..
    55% of Dems say that israel should have found a dip. solution. Yea, cus that has worked over the last 30 yrs. A dip. solution to what, Hamas firing over 5000 rockets/mortars during a cease fire. Are these people stupid (obviously a rhetorical question) When is enough dip solution enough for Dems?
    Sad state of affairs.

  15. sliderblaze Says:

    Democrats are sounding more and more like our enemy’s abroad. I for one would rather be a fighter than a capitulator any day. Seems like dems are really for the little guy, even if that little guy happens to be evil.

  16. Tenacity Says:

    Israel is in a tough spot. If they don’t annihilate Hamas completely, they lose. Hezbollah is stronger now than when Israel went into Lebanon. If Hamas survives this to any extent, they claim victory and in fact will have won. Israel must knock them out at almost any cost.

  17. Troy Says:

    The U.S., under Obama and the Dems, is going to feed Israel some sausage.

  18. Troy Says:

    Nuclear war is immenent and probably a blessing in disguise…It’s time for a fresh start.

  19. sdee Says:

    Segregation returns to NC and “its been really neat”

    “I see this as sign of Muslims learning to operate within American civic institutions,” said Omid Safi, a professor of Islamic studies at UNC-Chapel Hill.

    They’ve learned to “operate” alright.


    Sharia is ushered into the heartland by unwitting fools.

  20. sliderblaze Says:


    take the poll, is the bombing of hamas justified…..so far an overwhelming hells yes

  21. sliderblaze Says:


  22. sliderblaze Says:

    finally, a video that is clear, concise and gets to the heart of the problem and the very same thing we been saying here, for the last 2-3 months. I like how the resolution co sponsored by Obama, states that both parents of John McCain were “CITIZENS” PLURAL!!!!

  23. rosettasister Says:

    I’m not too clear on what’s going on, if anything.

    But this was funny:

    “Update, 1/1 evening – More on the way. For the time being, I suggest no stones thrown at Ed Hale. The nation is better because of him. More, to clarify, in a bit. Toss a couple shoes my way if you need. I’m size 11.”

    Good night! Until tomorrow!



    “Final Update, This Article: Obama’s Kenyan Birth Evidence to be Revealed…”


    “A Guide to the Legal Challenges of Barack Obama’s Candidacy – Continually Updated – See Below & Sidebar”




    To: LucyT

    You said — “Star Traveler, no matter how much you try to cloud the issue by writing six pages of gibberish in hopes of confusing someone, SCOTUS has not, repeat, not thrown out the cases. They will meet January 9, 2009 and again January 16, 2009.”

    I didn’t say they threw out the cases. It was denied for the injunction. It’s still to be determined whether they will even “hear” the case for Berg’s “standing”.

    Furthermore, the case with the retired officer is speculative, in that any of the information presented, has not been confirmed by any court and the Supreme Court wouldn’t be in a position to verify it. And furthermore, they’ve already indicated a reluctance to interfere with the election by refusing to order an “injunction” — so they are unlikely by the same thinking to interfere with an injunction with this retired officer — much less the fact that they’ll probably think that he can come back *if* he ever gets recalled (since he’s currently retired).

    In addition — even if Berg gets all he wanted — nothing happens except that Berg goes back to the lower court and simply starts all over again (i.e., he gets a hearing from that court and then the court decides for him or against him). And Berg is still no closer to stopping anything that Obama does.

    And if this isn’t about stopping Obama, I don’t know what it’s about, then… LOL…

    The way to stop Obama is to get those state laws in place that prevents this kind of thing happening in the next presidential election…

    266 posted on Thursday, January 01, 2009 1:23:16 PM by Star Traveler

    To: Star Traveler

    Here’s a little Berg-SCOTUS 101 for you:

    On January 9, now that the electoral process is over, the Supreme Court has scheduled a conference to consider Berg’s writ of certiori, at which time they will agree to hear his appeal of the lower court’s decision that denied his injunction to stay the electoral process because Obama is not Constitutionally-qualified to serve as President, thus paving the way for them to also agree to hear Berg’s injunction to stay the electoral process until Obama proves that he is qualified, when they meet again on January 16, because both fall directly under part (c) of its Rule 10:

    “(c) a state court or a United States court of appeals has decided an important question of federal law that has not been, but should be, settled by this Court, or has decided an important federal question in a way that conflicts with relevant decisions of this Court.”

    The situation is clearly “an important question of federal law.” And, although this will be the second time the Court has visited presidential elections, this will be the first time that SCOTUS will have been presented with a situation where a President-Elect may not be Constitutionally qualified to serve as President. Therefore, there are no “conflicts with relevant decisions of this Court.”

    I’m sure that the justices are rethinking what happened in 2000, and if this can happen once, it could happen again. There is no way that SCOTUS can see their decision as being anything but important, historic, and precedence-setting in interpretation of federal law and the Constitution itself. In other words, they will not pass on it.

    The 2008 election has raised other, new constitutional questions which the Court feels obliged to answer, such as reaffirming the meaning of the natural-born clause, who has standing to challenge a candidate for President, and who has the responsibility for properly vetting a candidate, for starters.

    If you are wondering whether at least four of the justices feel that the gravity of the issue warrants consideration by America’s “Court of Last Resort” the answer is, “You bet your bippy it does.”

    326 posted on Thursday, January 01, 2009 7:00:10 PM by Polarik

  24. j.b. Says:

    w w w.globemagazine.com/media/2009-02.jpg

    Well lookey he-ah……..Barry made the Globe, again!

    Muahahahahahahahahahahahaha. It. Is. Happening. Folks.

    Stay Tuned. 2009 will be the beginning of the end for Barry Soetoro (soon to be) fka Barack Hussein Obama.

    Now, who gots the popcorn?

  25. susiezen Says:

    weeeeee, the facts are unfolding like a red carpet being rolled out from LA LA land to obama. wow the truth keeps mounting and Its unstopable. Will Barry go down in history as the first african american to be elected president and the first elected president to be forbidden to take office. maybe, just maybe we, the people are the ones unstopable. I will be one proud American if barry is forced to step down….
    I dont know if any of you ever take a gander over to api to see whats going on. I do and I must say I really enjoy tearing up the “chief”. I know its not “healthy” to keep going back there and ripping into those blokes over there, but I cant help myself. It is fun venting on those incidious non-humans that make up api. but, I desided to cool it a little, I get to worked up….I despise the sammy as much as Obama. I tend to be more productive on other sites, so ill give it a rest….oh, the holidays are over now now. its sad in a way but were on to bigger and better things…bye bye obama..dont let the washington hotel doors hit ya where the good lord split ya.

  26. jrh Says:

    This has a long way to go before being credible, but the allegations are interesting and not hard to believe, considering the apparent levels of corruption throughout government. What we now officially know of Chicago ‘business as usual’ may be just the tip of the iceberg. If any of this has substance, this guy is right to fear being ‘Vince Fostered’ in the near future!


  27. sliderblaze Says:

    Jrh, anyone who seems to be an Al Gore supporter, has zero credibility.

    Also, his ‘cus you cant criticize israel’ graphic, seems he does not know how government and foreign policy work.

  28. ddlew2 Says:

    Well, uuh, ya know, it looks as if uhh, ya know, Caroline uhh, ya know Kennedy, will be the uhh ya know, next ya know Senator from uh, ya know New York…..ya know.

  29. sliderblaze Says:

    and so…..uh…. i’d hate to engage both her and Ohole in a converstation at the same time

  30. sliderblaze Says:


    good graphic on the number of rockets and mortars fired into israel in 2008

  31. Tenacity Says:

    That Tom Heneghan/Hal Turner site reads like an API story. Lots of generalities with few specifics; claims of due diligence before releasing; concerns about liability; concerns about threats; lots of grand accusations without putting anything verifiable on the table, and; attacks on MSM. If true, this information needs to be duplicated and distributed to numerous law enforcement, Attorney General’s offices and numerous media outlets. Give it to Fitz and Ken Star. If you pass it on, then others can do the due diligence and your life is not at risk. If you hold on to it, you are suspect and in danger. Sounds like a Sammy Korir saga to me. But hey, we will know everything in the next few days! I’m holding my breath.

  32. Tenacity Says:

    Too bad the Globe doesn’t have more credibility. I used to play poker with some of the guys at the Enquirer. They at least had a policy that said we need 3 experts to say something is possible before printing it. Not necessarily say it’s true, but just that it is possible. The Globe, on the other hand, shoots first and asks questions later.

    Is it 2010 yet?

  33. jrh Says:

    Tenacity, I concur this smells highly hoaxy, just like API. There are so many of these explosive types of insinuations coming from all over, there just seems like something’s going to blow. I can’t say I’d be surprised if we don’t know squat about how the corruption game is really played and all we’ll ever get is rumors and no proof. As you say, this needs to go to law enforcement to get legs, but then I wonder how things like this will ever get out even then. Sometimes I think all we can do is sit here and watch the house of cards come tumbling down and then the dumb-downed populace will finally realize that who they put in office REALLY matters.

  34. Tenacity Says:

    The dumbed-down populace will never get anything. They have no ability to forgive themselves or others and thus have no clarity of mind. The truth is invisible to them. It is a spiritual problem.

    Only 1 out of 10 people will make a positive change when they hear/realize a truth. 1 out of 10 will never change. The other 80% only make a positive change in the context of a relationship. No relationship – no accountability – no change. 95% lack any real relationship. Thus, only about 14% of the general populace have a chance at making a positive change in their life. The dumbed-down populace are worse off than that. They exist/survive in their ignorance and isolation. In many cases, they simply don’t want to be burdened with the truth or facts. They would have to admit their ignorance.

  35. jrh Says:

    Tenacity, no argument here on that. It certainly does not bode well for the future of the US when the majority has attained 3rd world status. The decline of education and life values, and the active nurturing of the underclass by both the well-meaning and the self-serving has crafted the politically illiterate population that almost always will receive a totalitarian government as its reward. There are still many here that see this coming and know the grave consequences. Unfortunately, it may be past the point of no return.

  36. peppermintpatty777 Says:

    HI Everyone==

    Can’t stay but a minute but wanted to drop in and say hello–glad to see you all are holding down the fort!

  37. Foxtrot Says:

    Hi everyone. Happy New Year!! Hope your holiday season went well. I drove to visit relatives and won’t be back until Sunday but I have been peeking my head in from time to time. Don’t like how the tone has gotten relative to Democrats! Be careful! Remember, almost anything that could be said about Democrats, could be said about Republicans! I know this firsthand after working as an insider for so many years.

    Here is a very funny video that was sent to me that I thought everyone would enjoy. It is only about 3 1/2 minutes long.
    h t t p : // w w w.youtube.com/watch?v=TWiXy55OHyY

    I will touch base on Sunday. Can’t wait for the 9th! Cross your fingers, legs, eyes, and say your prayers!

  38. justanamericancindy4 Says:

    well Ed Hale recieved the divorce docs a few minutes ago,… he is scanning them and running out to have them recorded at the court house……Said he should be back in about an hour

    I have my fingers crossed, but we all know Ed Hale

  39. justanamericancindy4 Says:

    Hi Foxy

    Thought Santa kidnapped you 🙂

  40. patriotamy Says:

    Hi everyone, hope you all had a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Been popping in and mostly ‘lurking’. I am generally at work when you are all commenting, but have today off, so am hanging out here.

    Thanks again Rose for a great group!!

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Thanks to all for the New Year’s wishes!

    New Thread:


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