Joyous Easter wishes


 We send our sincere best wishes for a joyful Easter.

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11 Responses to Joyous Easter wishes

  1. eubydkisop says:

    And a joyful Easter to SRAZ!

    Unfortunately, there is one sad and disturbing thing I have to share. While search engine “Bing” is featuring a photo of Easter eggs on it’s home page, “Google” is featuring a picture of Cesar Chavez, commemorating his 86th birthday. Clicking on the image of Chavez takes you to a listing of websites about the man.

    “Google Doodle: Cesar Chavez
    Cesar Chavez Day is celebrated on March 31 in California, Colorado and Texas. ”

    Wikipedia says: “After his death he became a major historical icon for the Latino community, organized labor, and liberal movement, symbolizing support for workers and for Hispanic power based on grass roots organizing and his slogan “Sí, se puede” (Spanish for “Yes, one can” or, roughly, “Yes, it can be done”).”

    As you know, “Si, se puede” was used as an Obama campaign slogan.

    It’s one thing for “Google” to have something secular on their home page on Easter as did “Bing” with Easter eggs. That’s fine. BUT, to ignore Easter completely and feature Cesar Chavez, because three states celebrate his birthday today, is a deliberate and provocative insult.

    Let’s let Google know how we feel about that!

    • eubykdisop says:

      “Google’s Doodle Features American Labor Leader Cesar Chavez On Easter Sunday, Users Retaliate On Twitter”

      “Google’s Doodles on the search page don’t frequently stir up too much controversy, but today many users are outraged by the search giant’s choice in featuring Cesar Chavez, an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist. Of course, today is also Easter, which is one of the most observed and celebrated religious holidays for Christians around the world.”

      “Users have taken to Twitter, expressing anger over the fact that the Doodle features the labor leader instead of a drawing honoring the holiday (Google search engine rival Bing did feature Easter Eggs on its homepage).”

      “Why Cesar Chavez? In 2011, U.S. President Barack Obama proclaimed March 31 as “Cesar Chavez Day.” ”

    • Frankly Speaking says:

      I noticed the birthday tribute to Cesar Chavez as well.
      It’s highly inappropriate on Easter, but that’s the reason it’s there. I have no doubt it was intended to be incendiary. As a native born Arizonan, I remember the far left wing Chavez’s antics well. He was exposed for lying about his much publicized “fasts,” and was living well while purporting to be improvised. Former Arizona Gov. Jack Williams, a popular and true conservative, survived a recall by the Chavez thugs…many imported from California. As you can see, nothing has changed these many years later. Randy Parraz uses the same tactics.

      Long after his retirement Gov. Williams wrote a letter to the editor exposing Chavez and his cohorts, as Chavez was being given hero status and a holiday in his honor. The newspaper actually printed the excellent letter. My mistake was in not saving it. It’s impossible to locate now.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Thanks for sharing that, Frankly Speaking. It puts things even more in perspective and makes Google’s promotion of Chavez on Easter even more offensive!

  2. Maggie says:

    And Easter blessings to the folks at SRAZ and all who assemble here.

  3. eubykdisop says:

    And Easter blessing to you, Maggie!

  4. Delilah says:

    May the Lord Bless all of us and keep us safe from the Tyranny of BHO. And remind us all we have a place to go to, to vent our frustrations. HAPPY EASTER TO SRA AND ALL OF THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE WHO TRY TO KEEP THE USA SAFE.

  5. patriotmom says:

    My first response to seeing Cesar Chavez celebrated on Google was disbelief. Then I read about the CEO of Google on Drudge- and it all made sense. Add to that the incendiary remarks by the “pastor” of the Episcopalian church visited by the Nobamas today and it’s clear that our time of persecution as Christians is intensifying.

    As Christians we know we will face persecution, but we haven’t felt it in the U.S. much until the last 15-20 years and much more since Nobama took office. Churches will be more under assault than ever if gay marriage is allowed under federal law and even state laws may not exempt churches from performing gay marriages if the churches want tax-exempt status.

    However, I believe that most Christians will step up and pay whatever is necessary to continue their churches according to Biblical principles and without governmental interference. I also see loads of lawsuits in the future as First Amendment rights get trampled.

    May God bless us and keep us from the tyranny that we are only now beginning to experience. May we respond in love and truth to the lies and bullying directed at us and strive to make the invisible God visible.

    Blessed Easter to All!

    • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

      I share your concerns and hope, partiotmom, and return your Easter blessings. I often read your comments and hold you in high regard. We have an exceptional assemblage here.

    • eubykdisop says:

      There is a humorous aspect to it, patriotmom. Those in the grip of evil and spiritual ignorance are suffering the delusion that they can extinguish the Light of God. They are wasting their time attempting something which cannot be done!

      They don’t understand that true Christians are in this world but not of it. What happens here and what happens to our bodies and our “life” is not of much consequence. Our eyes are fixed on Eternity! We know that all things material perish and fade away and that only the unseen endures!

      A blessed Easter to you, patriotmom!