I would volunteer, if I could be certain:
1. That my wife would be cared for the rest of her days, wanting for nothing, in the manner that I seek to care for her;
2. That my death wold be avenged ten thousandfold within a week;
3. And that the fight would not stop until the Constitution, backed but not dominated by Christianity, prevailed in the land.
As a former soldier, I only fear giving my life for a futility, or worse, for those who will surrender as soon as their comfort is threatened.
Curious that “wold” passes muster with the spell checker.
We will all DIE someday.I can think of no better honor than dying fighting for the rights my father and thousands(millions?) of Americans fought for in WWII that this corrupt POS and her Demorat brethern INCLUDING the Kenyan, are trying to flush down the toilet.
“I would volunteer, if I could be certain:”
Dieing for your country and dieing for your wife and one and the same...
Guessing no less than a million Americans share your sentiments.
Nothing is certain in war, my FRiend. As those who fought with Washington can attest. They left their homes to fight when victory was but a dim dream. God, Guns, and Guts prevailed the day. The restoring of America will be worth it to those who survive, and those who do not will not have to live under tyranny.
I just re-read Col. Travis’s letter from the Alamo.Can we fill those fellows shoes if we have to? I tend to think we can, the fire just hasn’t been lit yet.
IMO, none of that is guaranteed. I wrestled with the fact that my father, along with his friends, fighting in WWII for what has become of our country. If we let it go now, everyone who has fought for this country from the Revolution until now has done it in vain.
I am a 65 year old, disabled man.
I am armed.
I have no debt.
I have a substantial life insurance policy with proceeds going to my wife.
I served in the United States Army Reserve, retiring with time in grade as a Captain.
One of my hobbies is long-range varmint hunting—my longest kill so far is 475 yards.
I am a Christian, and will go to be with my Lord when I die.
I love my country, but despise what it has become.
To stand in front of the barricades, with nothing but a Gadsden-bearing flagstaff in my hands, shouting at the enemy “shoot me, emmer-effers! Shoot me now!” — that would require the assurances referenced above.
I think there are a lot of Americans who share your sentiment.