11 April 2010

Freedom Lost A Friend In Polish President Kaczynski

Unless you've been obsessed by Buzz Aldrin's departure from Dancing with the Stars, you are probably aware that Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski died along with his wife Maria and dozens of additional passengers in a tragic plane crash in Russia. It was a dark day for the world.

President Kaczynski was a conservative who stood in defense of European free nations and his voice will be missed in a climate marching toward the socialism that his country fought so hard to overthrow. Also among the crash victims was Anna Walentynowicz, whose firing from the Lenin Shipyards in Gdansk led to a protest that would help to birth the the Solidarity freedom movement, and several high-ranking Polish government and military officials.

A sad, sad day . . . though now you can prep for one of my favorite spectator sports: watching Conspiracy theorists ply their trade.