posted on May, 11 2009 @ 02:02 PM
Sorry I'm so late joining in folks... As most of you know, I'm one of those "wingnuts" that likes to post on these threads... I've been playing
"Mr. Mom" all weekend, and into today.
Dooper, you just plain crack me up... The post about vets not bringing home their rifles and sidearms. Sarcasm lost on the intended recipients of the
message, I'm sure.
I'm wondering what agency some of these posters work for? We all know why you post on these threads, we're not as simple as you think.
Here's the wakeup call folks: There IS a revolution about to occur in this country, and unfortunately it looks more and more like blood will be
shed. The tree of Liberty needs refreshed, and it needs it's natural manure.
I am so grateful to read the personal accounts others have given. I am having the same issues with others in my family, even in my own house! My
wife believes what I've pointed out going on all around us, just doesn't want to think it could really happen in the land of the free, the home of
the brave. Everybody deals with fear differently.
Reminds me of a quote I heard... Something to the effect that without fear there can be no courage. Take heart fellow Patriots!
I also thought I would never again hear and feel rounds flying over my head, never again listen to the cries of the wounded. I hoped I would never
again smell the fire, cordite, and that "coppery" smell. I hoped that the nightmares would stay gone, that waking up sweating and screaming was all
in the past...
You know the phrase: Hope in one hand, crap in the other, and see which one fills up first.
Yes, I am fearful, but I am resolved. I will not subject my children to the tyranny that has taken over this country!
I am uncertain, but I am faithful. Providence saw our founding fathers through our initial struggle for freedom, and has intervened countless times
on our nation's behalf!
Above all, I will not quit until the job is complete, or there is no life left in me. I took the same oath many of you did, although I had no inkling
what the sacred trust of that oath entailed when I was 18 years old. As time passed, I realized the gravity of those words. I will NEVER compromise
that trust. NEVER.
Persevere above all else fellow patriots... Providence will show us true liberty once again.
I feel blessed to have been alive in this pivotal time in history. I am honored to serve our sacred oath with men and women like the kind I have
"met" here on ATS.
I pray that Providence looks upon all of you kindly in the coming weeks and months...
Liberty or Death!
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