posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 03:05 PM
Great thread, it has been a whie since i have seen that..
i was sadened a little when he said "What if they considered it
a prayer and removed it from schools"...
It's just what they did..
I remember saying the pledge every morning, before anything took place.
I think for America, that is a big part of what has changed, kids now days have
no idea what it means to be patriotic, or how deep those few words can reach.
I also think that removing that has helped lead us into the "Me" society that we
We need to get back to what we had as a country in the 50's, and rebuild our pride
in what we can offer others. Only then will we start to move in the right direction.
Sadly, we will either change and go back to the old ways on our own, or by force.
The youth of today may learn first hand what those words mean, and may find out what
it means to give your life for your country.
The braveheart scene has always stuck with me. Freedom is not Free,
one has to stand up and take action to remain free. Failure to do so will
end up as many countries have over the years. Germany for instance.
But it's america, they will never win over our citizens. We have the fire power
to stay in control, and even if they try a gun grab, A- it wont work and B- enough will
have guns tucked away for one last battle to right the wrongs.