Skip to comments.A House Divided Again
Posted on 01/11/2013 8:29:09 PM PST by Biggirl
I never thought that what had happened almost one month ago in Newtown, Connecticut, United States of America would end up becoming the basis for more friction between Americans who obey the law and go by the rules, as well as defending not just the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution, but all the other amendments as well and those Americans who used a very horrible event as a reason to "grab guns".
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The above comments and incidents is a sure sign that this country, the United States of America is badly divided.
That sounds familiar..
". . . some key [events] exacerbated the national debate, fraying trust, and national cohesion just a little more each time . . . The two-party system that had governed America . . . began to fall apart . . . interest in politics took the place of all other forms of news-related entertainment . . . politicians were the celebrities . . . [Politics/ideology] was becoming such a habit, the reactions so automatic, that [journalists] taking sides on every news story became inevitable."
.. I just can't avoid thinking about this from for Love & Liberty by Robin Young and it's about 1857 America.
One-hundred-and-fifty years later the discord is
Whatever guns/weapons the criminals have, we need - and more. And what about defending ourselves and our families should (God forbid) terrorists come to our beloved country. And what if our own government should turn on us. Oh, wait . . .
What seems to have caused you to excerpt your own blog?
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