You know the answer as well as (sadly) do I

Ann Barnhardt – Would You Fight and Die to Make Sure that He can Walk Her Down the Aisle…

… in an indissoluble sacramental marriage to a guy that would, in turn, fight and die for

I guess that’s pretty much the question.
I know what the answer is. Oh God, just one more day to not know….

When there are crickets from on high as well as from the lesser humans for the unborn…

When there are crickets from on high as well as from the lesser humans for the children with Cancer…

When there are crickets from on high as well as from the lesser humans for forced abortion…

Crickets.  A country dissolving in the sound of crickets.  No fight.  No die. 

Suddenly it all comes down, all at once. You see what you are, what you have done, or, more accurately, what you haven’t done (for that was all that was required of most of us: that we do nothing).

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9 Responses to You know the answer as well as (sadly) do I

  1. marblenecltr says:

    Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    Living these days carries the greatest responsibilities in history. They are great even when small.

  2. marblenecltr says:

    The basis of post got and deserve my attention, but, in spite of feelings generated, I know close to nothing about it all. My greatest wishes for a good outcome whatever.
    Responding to the change of subject: there was a 19 year old sophomore, Star Simpson, an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science major at MIT. She created a board with operating lights as part of the hood of her hoodie, close to her head. She wore it on campus as an art project, then at Logan Airport, home of the first 9/11 Boeings. Arrested facing a submachine gun, went through warranted questioning, did not complain and did not mock authorities for doing their job, protecting United States citizens and our country.
    Media, stop feeding those who want to kill you. Just for a start, lose your audience, lose your sponsors, lose your jobs, lose your lives. Our enemies have that planned.

  3. Cry and Howl says:

    Lady Raven, one of my very best friends is a 78 year old man. Still works in the concrete business. Of course he spends a lot of time at the doctor’s office and some time in hospitals. For his particular problem he used to have to go through the cancer ward … for children. He said that is the toughest thing for him to take, innocent children, bald, suffering but many are so high-spirited, that they encourage HIM.

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