“the death of countless men in battle for the preservation of the rights and liberty earned in the Revolution.”
I think it depends on who and what they died for.
The way I look at it, the rights they fought and died for, and the liberty, was a personal decision. They fought for INDIVIDUAL rights, not national rights.
The time has come for us to take back our rights. I would gladly fight for restoration of our rights. When that time comes, I won’t fight for “everyones” rights, I’ll be fighting for MINE, and MY family. That may sound selfish, but it’s not, because I’ll be fighting alongside others who are fighting for the same thing.
So, to me, I would be fighting for the same ideas as my forefathers.
There’s a line. I won’t speculate exactly what right or situation it demarcates.
But once my peers in government presume to lord over me one time too many, and push over that line, I’ll start killing.
And I’ll have no regrets.
I'll be standing right beside you.