Jack, recognizing from his military training he was behind enemy lines, played the poor traumatized soldier for the principal and doctor, agreeing with everything they said. He left the school that day with orders to attend sensitivity training along with anger management counseling, which he did for the next several weeks.
Surprisingly, after the schools Winter Solstice break, neither the principal nor the schools psychologist returned for work. They had both gone away on vacation and nobody ever heard from them again. Jack ran for local office and won several elections, which eventually led to a successful run for Congress. He was always known as a very calculating, intelligent person, and he was instrumental in overturning several years worth of poor legislation.
enjoyed the lead up, but agree, the end needs some positive results, not just everybody dying and the carpet munchin affirmative action hags continuing to pillage...
we need solutions from heros, not depression...
Where do I buy the book?
“we need solutions from heroes, not depression...”
Jack in the story was the hero. The first step in heroism is taking action.
But, at the same time, we have to realize that no human savior can undo the damage that has been done to Republic and society. One person can’t do that. We the People have to realize that we’re on the sure path to disaster and put an end to it.