Wisdom from the Web: July 4th, 2018

Years ago I started reposting short statements from others I found on the internet dubbed  “Wisdom from the Web” which I haven’t kept up on. Today I came across a good specimen though I won’t show it specifically because the person chose to use the phrase “libtard” in their comment which I found unnecessary, and well ironically unwise. However their point was truly wise and concise. It went something like this,

“If you’re enjoying the 4th of July today remember, it’s because past citizens made sure they were armed” – Unknown

Yes, when they first took up said arms they weren’t US citizens because of obvious reasons, but when they finally laid them down they were citizens of a new, and temporarily free people.

The remnant of liberty we still enjoy and acknowledge on this day is thanks to their willingness to “trust God and pass the ammunition.” If we fail to do either we will be the generation that observes the flame of liberty to die from lack of oxygen.

Breath freedom deeply my friend. Thank God every day for his mercy and be prepared, as every generation must be, to defend it with your life, fortune, and sacred honor

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One thought on “Wisdom from the Web: July 4th, 2018

  1. PARTNERING WITH EAGLES July 5, 2018 / 6:43 AM

    The referred to comment – Perhaps the context in which it was used might have been unnecessary; the left uses much worse terms when describing conservatives.
    I “call a spade a spade”, and refuse to candycoat or be politically correct in my postings. (Since we have no privacy I’ve always used a pseudonym when online)

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