Thoughts on Independence Day

Thoughts on Independence Day

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Spottswoode

Junction City, KS

#1 Jul 4, 2013
What would you do,
If you were asked to give up your dreams for freedom?
What would you do,
If asked to make the ultimate sacrifice?

Would you think about all them people
Who gave up everything they had?
Would you think about all them War Vets
And would you start to feel bad?

Freedom isn't free!
It costs folks like you and me
And if we don't all chip in
We'll never pay that bill.

Freedom isn't free!
No, there's a hefty fuggin' fee.
And if you don't throw in your buck 'o five
Who will?

What would you do
If someone told you to fight for freedom?
Would you answer the call
Or run away like a little poossey?
'Cause the only reason that you're here
Is 'cause folks died for you in the past.
So maybe now it's your turn
To die kicking some ass

Freedom isn't free!
It costs folks like you and me
And if we don't all chip in
We'll never pay that bill.
Freedom isn't free!
Now there's a hefty fuggin' fee
And if you don't throw in your buck 'o five
Who will?

Rastous

“Go PACK Go!!”

Since: Dec 09

Lawrenceville, IL.

#2 Jul 4, 2013
I would hang myself or step out in front of a freight train.

Happy 4th of July and keep your powder dry!

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#3 Jul 4, 2013
Not bad...a damn sight better than anything by Lee Greenwood, thass fo sho
Slumaroo

Junction City, KS

#4 Jul 4, 2013
You live in a dump lol
Ben Over

Bridgeport, IL

#5 Jul 4, 2013
Slumaroo wrote:
You live in a dump lol
You dumb. lol
Jerry

Junction City, KS

#6 Jul 4, 2013
Slumaroo wrote:
You live in a dump lol
He has a real estate fortune in Texas, that's where all of his holdings are at. Wonder if he is in the market for a bridge?

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#7 Jul 4, 2013
Slumaroo wrote:
You live in a dump lol
Prove it, you despicable coward.

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#8 Jul 4, 2013
Jerry wrote:
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He has a real estate fortune in Texas, that's where all of his holdings are at. Wonder if he is in the market for a bridge?
Funny,I can se the Rainbow Bridge in Bridge City from my property better than Palin can see Russia from her house.

See, folks, thi is where Jerry reveals exactly how stupid he is and/or how willing he is to lie. I said I had real estate in TX, not a fortune. But the poor ass sees that as an opportunityto lie about what I said because of his moral banruptcy. Like his hero Brownback, he stands for nothing except powerand control over others and he willling to lie his worthless ass off to get it.
Flavius

Junction City, KS

#9 Jul 4, 2013
My thoughts on independence day are the same as always. Bring our men and women home now!!! We are not the police force of the world.

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#10 Jul 4, 2013
Flavius wrote:
My thoughts on independence day are the same as always. Bring our men and women home now!!! We are not the police force of the world.
Agreed. Keeping an Empire is too expensive.
personnas non grata

Junction City, KS

#11 Jul 4, 2013
Brownback and Kobach stunk up the parade and pissed in everybody`s Cheerios.
Maybe so

Junction City, KS

#12 Jul 5, 2013
Slumaroo wrote:
You live in a dump lol
But Roo does cut a striking figure in his Knight`s Templar uniform .
Jerry

Junction City, KS

#13 Jul 5, 2013
Maybe so wrote:
<quoted text>But Roo does cut a striking figure in his Knight`s Templar uniform .
Yeah, little blue coats with gravy stains on the lapels.
Truth

Junction City, KS

#14 Jul 5, 2013
Maybe so wrote:
<quoted text>But Roo does cut a striking figure in his Knight`s Templar uniform .
In the Knights Templar degree the initiate drinks 5 symbolic libations (or toasts) during his Templar Order initiation ceremony. The first 4 are taken out of a goblet; the libations being to the memory of:
(1) King Solomon "our ancient grand master"
(2) Hiram King of Tyre; "our ancient grand master"
(3) Hiram Abiff "the widows son, who lost his life in defence of his integrity")
(4) Simon of Cyrene, "the friend of our Saviour, who bore his cross, and fell a martyr to his faith."

The fifth, and supreme, Knights Templar libation is made unto 'The Unknown' and is performed in the vilest manner imaginable.

An actual human skull is placed in the hand of the candidate and he is caused to sup the content of such from this mystic cup. The fluid that is consumed from the top part of this human skull is normally bitter wine.

Such is employed to vividly impress important occult teaching to the initiate. The candidate is told:

"Pilgrim, the fifth libation is taken in a very solemn way. It is emblematical of the bitter cup of death, of which we must sooner or later, taste."

The fifth Knights Templar libation is called the sealed obligation because the candidate is never told to whom the fifth libation is drunk; it is rather 'sealed'.

Psalm 106:39-40, "Thus were they defiled with their own works, and went a whoring with their own inventions. Therefore was the wrath of the LORD kindled against his people, insomuch that he abhorred his own inheritance."

Evangelical authority and former occult High Priest and thirty-second degree Freemason William Schnoebelen in his book 'Masonry - Beyond the Light' declares:

"This is a blasphemy on the Lord's Supper - an unholy parody almost as bad as the Satanic Mass. It is undoing the very covenant that Jesus began" (Matthew 26:28).
le lenny

Junction City, KS

#15 Jul 5, 2013
Cool story bro.

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#16 Jul 5, 2013
Cool

Since: Oct 10

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#17 Jul 5, 2013
Antimasonry and Jerry; who'da thot? You forgot how we rule the world
memories

Junction City, KS

#18 Jul 5, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
Antimasonry and Jerry; who'da thot? You forgot how we rule the world
In the Army 20-40 years ago , there were very few Black NCO`s in the grade of E-7 and above who were not Masons . Jerry would have been the exception during his tenure in those times. Just interesting , from a trivia standpoint.

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#19 Jul 6, 2013
memories wrote:
<quoted text>In the Army 20-40 years ago , there were very few Black NCO`s in the grade of E-7 and above who were not Masons . Jerry would have been the exception during his tenure in those times. Just interesting , from a trivia standpoint.
Same now. That's why we'll never have a military coup here. The people who'd be told to do it would be like, "Say whut?"
Masons rule

Junction City, KS

#20 Jul 7, 2013
The Kangaroo wrote:
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Same now. That's why we'll never have a military coup here. The people who'd be told to do it would be like, "Say whut?"
It`s notable that most US Presidents have been Masons. The US Constitution, Judicial system, Government, and Unions are deeply rooted and intertwined with Free Masonry. As the best Country in the world, the US is a shining example of all that is good about Masons.

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