Thursday, August 23, 2007


I remember when President Kennedy promised that we’d put a man on the moon. Most people didn’t realize that it was due to the terrible state that the atomic age had left us in.
Kennedy’s teams of scientists and experts had determined that if we didn’t do something soon, the ozone layer- the layer of atmosphere that keeps the sun from roasting us alive and its radiation from turning us all into cancerous sores- would be depleted in 40 years or so.
There was a plan, though. It was conducted in secrecy, and most of us regular folks didn’t know about it until much later.
So, we did put a man on the moon just as Kennedy had promised.
What we didn’t know, though, was that we were sending men farther than that.
While most of us sat here on earth, afraid of the Cubans and their missiles, our government was clearing space for all Americans on planets far from here.
Our army and clergy were working together to explore and convert new worlds in the name of America and the Holy Catholic church.
This, in a nutshell, was the story of the crusades and of the great war with Mars and all her people over land and a place for all Americans to call home.
God bless Mars- God bless America.



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