Like most folks, I'm hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. I think that too many people think that a Revolution sounds like a romantic notion. They see Hollyweird portrayals and think that it would be an exciting thing to live through. They truly don't get that there is nothing about war that is "fun". It is horrible, ugly, and hard, both physically and mentally. When you hear about all of the horror stories from the Serbian Conflict during the 90's, it really brings it home. Hell, most folks STILL haven't gotten their lives and towns completely back to normal. Multiply that by about 100 counting for our larger land mass and population, and thats what you'd have. It ain't pretty.
Unfortunately that won't stop it from coming though, if both the government and the citizens don't tread very carefully in the next few months. Either side could accidentally set it off.
Enforcement, NOT Amnesty!!!!!!
"If they’re going to come here illegally, apply for & receive assistance through a corrupted Government agency encouraging this lawless behavior, work under the table & send billions of dollars each year back to their families in Mexico, while bleeding local economies dry, protest in our streets waving their Mexican flags DEMANDING rights, while I have to press ’1′ for English, then they need to be shipped back to where they came from!" -Chad Miller
There are two kinds of people, those that are prepared, and those that suffer.
blue helmets make great targets and we need to turn our attention to the enemies within, worry about the external later
Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.
Stand up now as a red flag so they can see what they will encounter, or become like the Jews in Europe who thought it would all pass in due time.
They, the policy makers, must understand that there will be grave consequences for
Charter member-Busted Box Club est. 2006
"I will adhere to the Patriot Act, the one signed in 1776"
- Marc Anderson