Originally Posted by therewolf
I've decided to die on my feet,
rather than live on my knees.
Theodore Roosevelt once said:
Far better it is, to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though
checkered with failure, than to take ranks with those poor spirits who neither
enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows
neither victory or defeat."
The Roosevelts, Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams, and the rest of our
founding fathers are watching us. What are they thinking as they see us now?
This is not just your life, or my life, but the history of us all.
We are not just a single life, but a part of the grand fabric of the
history of society.
How will we be judged by future generations? Forgotten, in the sands of time,
for our cowardice? Or like the defenders of the Alamo, glorified forever
as heroes for our noble sacrifice to our future generations and the well being of this great
nation, and the constitution for which it stands?
Consider this...there has never been a single human being that has survived life. Not One. You WILL DIE. The question is...how and when. Will you die an old owned slave later or take a chance and win freedom or die a younger freedom fighter sooner? Id rather live a moment of glory than a lifetime of misery and defeat.
I would fight for my liberty and that of other brave Freedom fighters at my side. What I won't do is put myself out for for the liberty and freedom of entitlement mentality morons and undeserving heathens. Currently, many of us are being forced into slavery. We are being taxed to support those undeserving hordes.