4 thoughts on “Where were you when the first shots of the civil war were fired?

  1. Good thing he remembered to bring a tourniquet to the gun fight….I guess he must have been expecting something bad to happen.

    Interesting he called for a Medic…not a doctor.

    Perhaps he was a combat trained ANTIFA…or a BLM’r?

    Eight or nine years ago I met a West Chester County PA resident who recently moved “out of Philadelphia.”

    She, her husband and children lived in the “Old City” part of Philly. The location provided easy access to her physicians: she had a medical condition.

    I inquired why she left Philly? She told me that her close friend held an upper labor grade position with Homeland Security Department office located in Philly and the friend, based upon what Homeland Security was expecting to happen in Philadelphia, advised her to leave to city and move out into the burbs.

    My acquaintance lived in an exclusive gated community in West Chester County…but she admitted not really feeling safe since her community represented an area of concentrated wealth and would probably be one of the first places to be ransacked.

    “Nowhere to run to baby,nowhere to hide”…Martha and the Vandellas.

  2. They’re charging the 17 year old who shot in clear-cut self-defense with 2 counts of murder.
    While the ANIMAL that killed a man at a MD county fair for not giving him the dollar he demanded, then spat on his lifeless body, got sentenced to…………anger management classes.

    What’s the difference here?…..hmmmmmm…….must be the second kid’s white privilege.
    no, wait…….

    1. As Annie Barnhardt once said, “The rule of law is dead.”

      And as Frank Walker of Canon 212 says, “God save the Church.”

      Then there’s Marcus Aurelius who said, “What we do today echoes in eternity.”

      Marcus Aurelius’ work Meditations, written in Greek while on campaign between 170 and 180, is still revered as a literary monument to a government of service and duty and has been praised for its “exquisite accent and its infinite tenderness.”

      …and finally the Venerable Bishop Fulton Sheen:

      “If He is what he claimed to be, a Savior, a Redeemer, then we have a virile Christ and a leader worth following in these terrible times; One who will step into the breach of death, crushing sin, gloom and despair; a leader to whom we can make totalitarian sacrifice without losing, but gaining freedom, and whom we can love even unto death.

      “We need a Christ today who make cords and drive the buyers and the sellers from the temples; who will blast the unfruitful fig tree; who will talk of crosses and sacrifices and whose voice will be like the voice of the raging sea.

      “But he will not allow us to pick and choose among his words, discarding the hard ones and accepting the ones that will please our fancy. We need a Christ who will restore moral indignation, “But he will not allow us to pick and choose among his words, discarding the hard ones and accepting the ones that will please our fancy. We need a Christ who will restore moral indignation, Who will make us hate evil with a passionate
      and love goodness to a point where we can drink death like water.”

      Please repeat Bishop Sheen’s call to arms :

      “Who will make us hate evil with a passionate intensity, and love goodness to a point where we can drink death like water.”

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