“So laugh at your countrymen all you want. I’d rather die fighting as an American than live as some soulless man who loves nothing enough to sacrifice himself for it.”
Yes, I am quite familiar with you “dog in a manger” types.
Would you make the same remarks to the founding fathers?
Did they not leave THEIR countries in search of a better life?
I did not leave America. America left me.
America is not under attack from foreign powers. It is under attack from within.
Are you prepared to start shooting Obots?
posted on 12/28/2012 6:46:32 PM PST
Yes, I am quite familiar with you dog in a manger types. Would you make the same remarks to the founding fathers? Did they not leave THEIR countries in search of a better life? I did not leave America. America left me.
I am not familiar with the "dog in a manger" expression, Care to elaborate?
The Founding Fathers, for the most part, did not leave their countries - they were all born here, as British subjects. If you have some notion that you are like the Founding Fathers, let me assure you that your attitude indicates that you are not, at all.
I don't blame you for leaving the US, especially if you left years ago when it was clear that the culture had been corrupted but the country was not yet ready for any radical change from that path. What I can't tolerate, is some guy, who is living in a foreign country getting on an American patriot website, reading about those who still live here steeling themselves for a battle for the soul of the country, giggling like a schoolgirl because he thinks he is so much smarter than everyone else for having left. This site is for Americans who want to save the Republic. Why are you here?
posted on 12/28/2012 7:03:04 PM PST
Alex, you ask the following: “Are you prepared to start shooting Obots?” In a word, YES. Now before you go into hysterics, Obots have no redeeming qualities worth saving. If and when things get real ugly, my family will be protected against all enemies both foreign and domestic so help me God.
posted on 12/28/2012 7:39:26 PM PST
(It's time to party like it's 1096 AD.)
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