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10 Things for Which I'll Never Apologize

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10 Things for Which I'll Never Apologize

 

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 Don Feder

Wed Jul 1, 2020

 

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There are people who live to be offended. They’re called Progressives. They are offended by Confederate statues, by monuments that they say celebrate white supremacy and colonialism, by Trump supporters, by Trump himself, and by those who refuse to get on their knees and grovel before Black Lives Matter.

Well, I’ve got news for them.

An Open Letter to the Legion of Lamentation:

I don’t give a rodent’s rear end if you’re offended by the following:

1. I’m white – I don’t feel guilty about slavery, segregation, the Trail of Tears or the treatment of Chinese railroad workers – because (now get this) I didn’t have anything to do with any of this. I’m no more responsible for these injustices than the Indian of today is responsible for the Black Hole of Calcutta. The idea of racial guilt is absurd. White privilege is a myth. Where is the White Miss America Contest, White History Month and White Entertainment Television? Where are the quotas and set-asides for Caucasians?

2. I love America – I believe in American exceptionalism. America pioneered representative government guided by a written constitution. We fought a war with 620,000 dead to end slavery. We defeated Nazi Germany and liberated the death camps. Our arms kept communism from conquering the world. Our factories and workshops produced a flood of inventions and products that benefited humanity. What country has done as much – especially in 244 years, a relative hiccup in time?

3. I’m a Zionist – I would be even if I weren’t a Jew. (Today, there are more Christian Zionists than Jewish Zionists.) Modern Israel is a miracle and a fulfillment of Biblical prophecy. Israel is a beleaguered outpost of civilization in a savage region and a bulwark against the forces of darkness.

4. My heroes include George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt – Washington and Lincoln were indispensable men. Washington defeated the greatest army on earth and led our country for the first quarter-century of its existence. Lincoln saved the Union and inspired generations with his rhetoric. Andrew Jackson, the hero of the Battle of New Orleans, represented the pioneer spirit. Teddy Roosevelt led the charge into the 20th century, the American Century. Together, they gave us a country so free that malcontents like Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Rashida Tlaib can dump on it without fear of reprisal.

5. I think police officers are generally decent/honorable men and women who are doing a difficult, dangerous, often thankless job – You couldn’t pay me enough to do it. Besides risking their lives every time they go to work, there are the daily insults to bear. They are the punching bag for the nation. And, like our military, they are all that stands between us and the abyss.

 

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Taggart Transcontinental
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Our arms kept communism from conquering the world.

To our marxist buddies on this board and around the nation / world. This is the biggest sin we have ever done. We denied them their rightful place in Utopia. That is what this entire mess is about. Emperor Palpatine (george soros) wants the US gone, so his progeny can rule the world. It's his right. That's why we are in this fight and maybe it is time we dropped a house on him.

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10. You have a right to disagree with me. You do not have a right to try to silence me – Being offended doesn’t trump the First Amendment. Attacking statues and assaulting those with different values is Brownshirt behavior. Generations of Americans died for freedom of speech, not freedom to suppress speech.

This is the one idiot children don't understand. They think they have a right to silence all they disagree with. They are wrong. You have a right to disagree, and to voice that disagreement, you do not have the right to silence, or destroy the other person because you disagree.

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Ticked@TinselTown

I think the list is probably LONGER, but I am completely on board with this list!

Nobody will ever hear me apologize for any of them...

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