There too it depends on what you’re willi g to die for. And as Patton basically said, don’t die for your country, let the other side die for theirs. But remember that too many wars have gone on for too long because leaders convince troops and civilians have God on their side but conveniently forget the catch all rule – treat people how you want to be treated or expect to be treated.
It’s only 24%. But that’s ether here or there. No need to get cranky. And don’t get me started.
Why stop the longest war in US history? That would be hogwash Ooo, ain’t that the school that magician kid went to? I’ll bet some good ol’ American kids went there too. Why some of ‘em even grew up to be pres-i-dent! Ain’t like Afghanistan has been that way for hundreds of years, or that learnin’ not to repeat history ever got anybody anyplace.
Better to get your nose bloodied in a battle against liars and extortionists than by sticking it up the butts you’re kissing. Most of the Senate hasn’t got that kind of thinking though.
The tRump & Co(nspiracy) was reared to think that the phrase “the truth hurts” was meant to be taken literally.
Rather think he’ll end up in hell wearin’ gasoline drawers though.
Gotta love a knuckle dragger.
People do say. Lots of them. It’s just that Dimwit Donny misunderstood the Emperors New Clothes when it was read to him.
I carry one with me. I’ve read it end to end more times than I can recall. It and the law are what they are. Enforcement is another thing altogether. That people elect these asshats year after year is still another. None of that changes what are the principles upon which the nation was founded and those amendments meant to maintain that. What this nation has become is because of greed and treachery. The phrase “by any means necessary” is becoming more popular but too few have any concept of what that entails. Truly brave people abide by the laws and do what is right and just for all in the nation. Too bloody few though.