"They have heard this. They have been spat at and vilified before, and now, with time running out for them, and the America that they knew seemingly fading away, many will say, “At one time, I was asked to write a check to my country for up to and including my life. Do I need to do it again?"
Well, like Clint Eastwood (Dirty Harry) once said a long time ago, "Did I fire 6 shots, or only 5?"
I've got a .44 Mag just like that one and to paraphrase Dirty Harry, 'ya know something, in my old age, I've kind of lost track myself. Feeling lucky, liberal punks?
"They see John Kerry, the same man who threw his medals over the White House fence and was photographed with Jane Fonda and the North Vietnamese, nominated as secretary of state."
Correction: Hanoi John didn't throw 'HIS' medals over the white House Fence. That opportunistic SOB, (so called) 'war hero' kept his, for future use in his (hypocrite) career.
daily caller has a list of organizations that hate the second amendment. It includes the National Education Assn. Should I be surprised ? eagleForum lists the 'resolutions' they pass every year, which sounds like something out of Alinsky and Das Kapital.
The American Thinker is a wonderful site -- their contributors are fantastic, writing articles that are very thought provoking and intelligent. It's always worth a look.
Who would have thought that such a liar as John Kerry, who worked for the enemy in a time of war, would some day be Secretary of State. The NEA and Education Dept. has done a great job indoctrinating students to become robotic subjects of the state.
The Second War of Independence has been declared
Article well written and extremely well thought out. All of us owe everything to these "old men". It is our duty to continue they're legacy to this country and it's children. Our children and grand children. Stand and deliver. Do not stand with your hands out as that is the act of the beaten and programmed. The utterly worthless sheep in need of sheering come market time for wool. Is that you, or are you the AMERICAN who say, "no I wont take this. I am American and free"
Analogy: Dangerous old men. I have these things called [shovels] One size fits all hands. At age 54, many a younger man than myself working with me let it beat them. I like them and they fit my hands perfectly. Life, working and hard times won't beat me. Death will.
This I know for sure. Leave my wife, our four children alone and I'm happy as a man can be. To the other older salty dogs like me, you know what I mean. Come get a shovel and dig, I'll be here.
Shovels are good - lots of garden implements can be used as weapons.
Here's one which I used for everything when I was still able to work my garden. It was glued to my hand, I loved it:
It's called an 'Ibis Hoe' - and I think it might do serious damage if it meets the head of an intruder ...
Great link, 911Infidel. And he's right. There's a ton of Veterans in this country who are of the belief that our oath did not come with an expiration date. The whole article was focused on the first revolution... we're not above having another.
A dangerous (to progressives) YOUNG man, Senator Ted Cruz thanks Sarah PAC for her support:
As I stated some time back on another thread. Do not mess with Old men or Old dogs, We bite.
Addendum: I would urge all who cherish and defend our rights to visit this site and make your voice heard by those who think themselves our masters and show them wherein the power lies; http://www.ruger.com/micros/advocacy/
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure." ~ Thomas Jefferson
The reason he wrote it the way he did, patriots before tyrants, is because the tyrants will spill the blood of the patriots before they fight back. So, in my mind it goes without saying that the patriots will shed the first blood.
Beg forgiveness, but here is another O/T from Breitbart. Gigglesnort warning: put down that beverage before clicking on this link! http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/01/12/Payroll-Tax-Hike-Sparks-Shock-And-Outrage?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
I have decided on the Walther PPQ 9mm, but anyway, do you think this guy will give up his guns, and what do you think will happen to those who try to take them? watch:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_QhiTa-7OA Especially like the 6:50-7:10 minute part! :)
My favorite part: "It is a very, very, lovable trigger!"
Not so eloquent, and a little different, but it could work as well, from a wise ol' pitcher...
"How old would you be if you didn't know how old you was."
AmericanborninCanada, by a simple reply to Gino, you opened up a whole new world of conversation to those of us who love the game. Because you brought into the conversation, Satchel Paige. One of the best baseball players who ever lived.
He wasn't just a great baseball player, one of the greatest pitchers who ever played the game, but he was somewhat of a backyard philosopher. To be more specific, he was a great storyteller.
When he was on the field, he was someone batters didn't want to face. He invented so many strange pitches, that they didn't know what to expect. When he was off the field, he was someone everyone wanted to be close to.
His philosophical outlook on life, was better than most. Some human beings are created with such a love of life, that they just have to share it. It just bubbles up within them and they have to get rid of it on others. Satchel Paige was like that.
So was Louis Armstrong. Mississippi John Hurt, too, and so many others.
Here is the official Satchel Paige home site. It will take only a few moments to read, and I guarantee it will inspire you. He was an incredible man.
dear duck, are you sure that you used colored pencils? i would have put down money that you used quills. sorry, but i couldn't resist.
Hey whitefriend, you might like this. This is a picture I did in colored pencils about 15 years ago. It was one of my first doing a baseball picture. Hope you can see it. Hope you like it. :-) https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/928_1065877640582_6958_n.jpg Keep in mind though, I've never really been good at doing portraits. I'm better at painting animals and nature stuff. This was a challenge.
Did you know Jackie Robinson got his start in Montreal? And Babe Ruth used to play in Toronto at Hanlon's Point on Centre Island before he played the big leagues? ;-) I'm a baseball fan from my childhood whitefriend. I could talk baseball all night. I'll go see the page- thank you so much for the link. I always thought out of all the older players Satch and Yogi were the most colorful and interesting!! :-D Thank you!!
"You can't help getting older, but you don't have to get old. "
Do you really have 80* weather Mrs Duck?
We've had 3 weeks of very cold weather. Im freeeezing here.
Made us cry.
I usually have to check ahead of time to see if the dog dies, because my husband wont watch.
This movie had a similar theme to Hachiko (Hachi)
I hear you about staying up. We are up most nights until at least 4.
I hate animal movies because they always make me bawl. Yes I am a huge sap. lol. Pathetically so.
Yes, that'd be an incredible time. and on a good day- cheer a lot of folks up ;-)
I've got to get to bed polsis. I stayed up WAY too late last night. night girlie. Have a Blessed day tomorrow!!
I know....Red, White and Blue Ball! I love it! My kind of event! Just enough of a political statement.....hahah
... and I love it that they are doing it on the 20th.
On a side note- we just watched a movie called Red Dog. Highly recommended. Esp if you're a sap like me when it comes to dogs.
Look what I just got in my email: Thats my boys! (and gals)
LYNYRD SKYNYRD TO HEADLINE THE "2013 HEROES RED, WHITE & BLUE INAUGURAL CONCERT BALL" coinciding with the “other” festivities of the month- Rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd headline the "2013 Heroes Red, White & Blue Inaugural Concert Ball" will honor America’s Military Heroes in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2013.
This special one night event is sponsored by Citizens Helping Heroes, DOG TAGS, a program of the Washington Humane Society, and Green Beret Foundation.
Esteemed guests in present include members from TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors), the Warrior Transition Brigade from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the Tuskegee Airmen. Other military service members will be in attendance for this memorable night of music and fun. Tickets are extremely limited for this event.
Darn it. How awesome and fun!
lol I do that too when it's cold. One my mom knit me- it's got ear flaps and a pom pom ;-) Everyone thinks I'm nuts.
LOL been there done that. I can't stand cold either... but then again, I depend on it this time of year to do my baking that I can't be bothered do in the sweltering summer. ;-) Keep warm girlie. It'll pass soon enough.
Well, you know, i'm a sunny weather kind of gal.
At least give me blue sky.
Growing up in the fog will do that to you... BUT THIS freezing stuff. My goodness.
It's almost 4pm. Im dressed in jeans, and a sweatshirt, have on my robe, and a down vest---oh and my uggs.
Well, '77 was a pretty darn good year
(except for the plane crash…that was a big bummer. Harshed my teenage mellow.)
But I think I need to at least be legal…plus a couple…. So yeah….at least 24.
Sorry girlie, but yes, it's been in the 80s and sunny.
So how old are you in your mind Pol, 17? ;-)
I think I'd stay at 22 permanently.