Thursday, December 27, 2012

A very relevant historical point from Ten Smith, via Free North Carolina:

   "Pretty sure American History isn’t being taught today the same as way 

back when my generation had to learn that stuff.  So here it is, in one 

lesson, just so we all know what we’re talking about.  Remember the 

Battle of Lexington, where the seventy Minutemen of Captain Parker met 

the 800 man advance guard of Major Pitcairn, and the “shot heard ’round

 the world” took place in that early morning in April 1775?   Well, that was 

all about gun confiscation. " 

Perhaps we ought to remind our liberal friends about that little fact, and that they are currently playing the part of King George and the Redcoats.  Those same liberal friends support a leviathan government that controls every aspect of our live, which is not much different than what the king was doing with his redcoats so long ago. 

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

1 comment:

  1. Been reminding folks of the reason for the redcoats marching on Lexington & Concord for quite a while now. The current batch of gun grabbers might even be worse - just look at the excuses they are using to try to disarm free citizens.