posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 07:06 PM
reply to post by Jace26
The movie Monumental, basically a documentary that had its first showing in almost 600 theaters in the US Tuesday night, has Kirk Cameron taking you
on a trip and explains how this country was made great and how it can be great again. He goes to England, Holland, Boston, Plymouth, Washington, D.C.,
Texas and yes Harvard. You see The Mayflower and many monuments, hence the title.
It’s very interesting stuff that makes you think and the video adds a lot to the story. It can get corny in some areas, but not many. That does
change a bit when Kirk and an expert visit the largest granite monument in America, found in a Plymouth neighborhood.
In Texas there’s a collection of early American documents there that gives lie to the idea that our founding fathers didn’t want the Bible in
schools or used or taught or the signers of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were a lot of atheists. They actually show Bibles THAT
CONGRESS HAD PRINTED TO PUT IN SCHOOLS AND TEACH THE VALUES IN IT…How dare they… so much for separation of Church and State. If that’s not
enough to get conservative and the American and the Patriot in you going, there’s a stop at the gates of Harvard to point out how far the famous
university has come from its spiritual roots. Barack probably never read the quotes on certain walls and one of the walls it’s on is behind a tree
and fire hydrant.
Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure is a good movie and more interesting than most… You don't need to be a Tea Party member, an
Obama hater, a Holy Roller, which I am not, or a true conservative...I'm an Independent/Libertarian hybrid... just interested in history and how we
can get back to greatness again as a nation... IMHO