This nation is closer to a Civil War than it has been since 1861.
Scary thought, isn’t it? Especially to those who have seen war and know from personal experience what it is like. If you are older than 35, would you ever have dreamed that one day, in our lifetimes, our country would be reduced to this? Sometimes it makes me want to cry for America. It makes me want to throw a fit and smash things, rage and scream like a wild man. I want to grab my weapons, march to Washington DC, stand up in front of Congress and the president and say, “Now Look, this is the way it is going to be or by God, I will start shooting!”
Kind of childish, isn’t it? I didn’t ask for the crap that is going on today. I don’t want it. I am near 60 years old. All I wanted was to live out the rest of my days in peace. I wanted to live out those days in the America that I knew and loved, where one was safe and didn’t have to worry about what the government was planning to do to you.
So much for that. Life has changed, as it is supposed to. But it is not a good change. It remains to be seen what good can come from this state of affairs. The one thing I do know is that it is up to us . . . each one of us. . . yes, that means you . . . to bring forth whatever good can be found.
I am very proud of the American people. Well, not the democrats and libtards obviously, but the conservatives and the rank and file. Despite this crisis, we have not panicked. We have not run around in circles screaming, “the sky is falling” and wringing our hands. We have not gone off like drunken fools to shoot up DC and impose our will. We have been patient and tried to give our elected officials time to do what is right. We have been preparing, but one can never be prepared enough. And time is getting short.
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