My Fellow Americans

I’ve grown completely weary of watching freedom loving Patriots, yield incessantly for fear of hurting somebody’s feelings, emotions, or their psyche, and their giving in to public pressure from the even larger screaming voices of the pathetic Left, or even fear of reprisals from the same.

To be perfectly honest, I think it’s time to kick some ass.

“Fellow” as a noun – a person in the same position, involved in the same activity, or otherwise associated with another.

“Fellow” as an adjective – sharing a particular activity, quality, or condition with someone or something.

Let the emphasis on the title of this article be on “fellow” and not on the “Americans” word. This use of fellow is in a direct and specific context to those who stand for a free, independent and sovereign America.

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Exploitable, Expendable, Disposable and Dispensable.

Some of us can still view children through the eyes of wonder, awe, and amazement and of the dreamers we were when we were the children, but for far too many in this evil-filled world we live in, children are exploitable, expendable, disposable and dispensable.

Pat Benatar had a hit song that says it best – Hell is for children.

They cry in the dark
So you can’t see their tears
They hide in the light
So you can’t see their fears
Forgive and forget
All the while
Love and pain become one and the same
In the eyes of a wounded child

Children are no more than tools of utilization for one’s own selfish interests and indulgences.

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