Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
So many of today's leaders seem not to have reached adulthood in spite of their age.
Cube - Margaret Thatcher - R.I.PYour work that you did so well on Earth is done.
I just heard about her and Annette Funicello - both extremely great women and role models.(Sorry if I over loaded my post - lol!sandie
Jan: You are so right. I think we have a right to expect adults to be in charge.
Sue Hanes: I remember her in her prime and how she stood by our side when it came to dealing with the Soviet Union. I can only hope that the historians don't distort her legacy.
Chatty Crone: I hadn't heard about Annette Funicello :-(No derision was meant about your blog... just a bad pun about the packing. I enjoyed the information.
May God rest your soul, Lady Thatcher.
Although Mrs. Thatcher has not been a political force for some time, I find myself in mourning over the passing of Margaret Thatcher.I am mourning because we have no leaders who even begin to approach the like of this woman -- and, of course, Ronald Reagan.Mrs. Thatcher once said that she hated to see Britain in decline. Now we see almost the entire West in decline! We need leaders!
Leticia: Amen to that. Always On Watch: Too bad Thatcher's policies were dumped. Look at what liberal policies have wrought upon Britain.
Amen to that she was a great woman and role model and leader. sandie
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