With reasonable men, I will reason; with humane men I will plead; but to tyrants I will give no quarter, nor waste arguments where they will certainly be lost.
That which is not just is not law.
Are right and wrong convertible terms, dependent upon popular opinion?
Look at the headlines on Drudge, on any given day. You can see just as I see - our nation has been corrupted by Evil, we have been invaded from within and without by people who do not respect the concepts of Liberty. At every turn we can find men who mean to be Masters, and neighbors who are willing to support those Masters. From Daffy in the Police State to Welfare Lane at Akersville Road, we are surrounded by fouled and diseased Souls who will vote to themselves the money in your pockets.
I am now older than was John Parker at Lexington.
I have a decision to take, soon. Do I live out my remaining days enjoying good food and the company of my beautiful wife? Or, do I fight overwhelming odds for a concept of Liberty that is no longer shared by even .01% of my neighbors?
You face the same choices, folks.
All men shall be tested by the circumstances of their particular generation; whether they concede to it's particular form of depravity, or whether they shall stand firm against it, and let the consequences come as they will.ReplyDelete
The distinction being, that those men who fail to recognize the challenge, invariably fail to answer it, as well. But failure remains failure - there is no genus or specie by whit it may be divided.
Only in success does variety bloom; and only those who lay in success year upon year, ever building upon it with diligence and patience, can know the sweet and savory vintage of success which has been given it's time to make peace with the wood of the cask, and therein be brought to a state of subtlety and balance, which the young and untempered vine cannot approach.