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within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. ~ Thomas Jefferson
In the absence of orders, go find something Evil and kill it!
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Most of you are familiar with the story about the cross in a public park in Oregon, it is a war memorial. You also will remember that several groups have been waging a war to have it removed, for they find it offensive.
Sandman sent me a story: These people have now taken to violence by planting an IED at the cross and detonating it.
I can't recall a Tea Party advocate planting a bomb, anywhere.
American culture and ideals are under attack. People are being murdered now at wholesale levels. Bombs are being planted - an indiscriminate weapon employed by cowards. In my lifetime I can not recall our country has ever been so divided and hateful to one another. My reading of History informs me that we came close during Vietnam, the Civil Rights era, and of course RevWar II and RevWarI.
RevWarIII is coming, folks. Whether you want it or not, other people do want it, and you have a decision to take: Stand and be counted, or try to ignore what is happening so you can keep your cable up and running.
I can only think of Captain Parker: If they mean to have war, let it begin here.
Some people are taking that initiative.
When your own heart asks, how will you respond?
Here's the link.
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I grew up in that town.ReplyDelete
It used to be the largest lumber exporting port in the world. There haven't been any jobs there in over thirty years now.
Chock full of Rednecks and willfully ignorant folks.
Planting a bomb is no more cowardly than using missiles, drones, artillery, helicopters, tanks, or planes.ReplyDelete
The IED will be a prime weapon of the resistance.
Yeah, really. Look at the trouble a bunch of 3rd world savages has given the US military by using IEDs. To call the cowardly is a misuse of the word. But hey, we all can't be Rambo bouncing around doing CQB.Delete