Quote of the Day

“[O]nly a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”

Benjamin Franklin, Signer of the Declaration of Independence

About vonMesser

Retired from the US Navy (21 years) and state (20 years). Recently remarried after being widowed for 5 years. 2 daughters, and a step-daughter, all functioning adults). Graduated from college after the Navy with BA in Education, psychology, Economics, History and Political Science. Teach Hunter Safety for Washington (since 1991) and do historical reenactments for Civil War, WW-1and WW-2.
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4 Responses to Quote of the Day

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  2. Vic Mazza says:

    Dear Americans,

    Why would anyone vote for someone as currupt as Hillary Clinton.

    She has done nothing to earn an income on her own, has no idea what this means.

    Her robotic talking points are all she has to go on.

    Trump never sold Russia uranium, she did.
    So these claims of Russian allignment are obserd! The strategic policy enforcer in Siria (& the middle east, with the exception of our abused allie Isreal) is Russia, and their puppet Iran.

    Is it that much of a reach to look at the big picture here … supreme court, border security, national defense, economy, national dept, trade, our 1st & 2nd amendments, etc… or is a fifty i.q. too much to ask for from the average American citizen?

    Bengazzi, the Iranian deal (& billions of American tax payer funded ransome money), the internet control … should all be considered harbengers of things to come should this greedy, lying, two-faced witch get elected.

    I’m so sick of the media, as if I need their help to determine what is important and what really matters. How these discusting progressives creatures would run and hide in the face of true danger!

    Looking @ Washington, D.C., how could anyone make a case for electing a carear politician! This thought induces vomit!!!

    Vic Mazza, concerned American patriot, 911 family member:

  3. Uriel says:

    Definitely experiencing the same thoughts too Vic. Welcome to a site that truly believes patriots need to be informed and express their concerns. I am sorry about your 911 loss it seems like only yesterday at times for me.

    During those dark days we all pulled together as a nation responding to the pain and national pride of a country we loved that was under attack.

    I can’t help believing that 911 was the single incident we can look back on as the “flash point” signal heard around the world to begin a coordinated push in some horrendous scheme, We had some problems obviously before but it wasn’t until then that every place across the world exploded becoming involved in what seems now to have been a plan choreographed by the devil.

    Today we need to awaken the same spirit and recapture the need to protect and preserve. The bomb going off now is one that won’t take down a building made of steel and concrete. Rather it is rending the very fabric of our existence and affects every soul in the US, natural and naturalized. It has the faces of Obama on one side and Hillary on the other but the explosive is the multitude of ways to plant this nation in the grave. We simply can not let that happen,

    • Vic Mazza says:

      Yes, very well stated… 911 was a distinct wake up for me, one less family member (PAPD Captain, sister, wife, daughter, cousin, aunt, niece and friend) … it still hurts… thousands others murdered.. and by who!

      I’m so tired of being told how to feel!

      Where are our patriots?

      Vic Mazza