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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Live Like A Spartan, America Home Of The Brave

I collected some stats below to help make this point: Man has been killing Man since the dawn of time. Freedom and Liberty is wonderful, but liberty involves risk. The risk that one day you might lose it. Freedom and liberty mean facing risk. The risk that you might die, from a gun, a foreign enemy, an angry neighbor, or even a loose tiger. You are 100 times more likely to be killed in a car crash than from a gun,terrorist, or foreign enemy. In the 50's we had Mccarthyism you low life demon style commi scum. Today communism is almost dead. There never was even a war. But people were persecuted and even imprisoned over an idea. EVERY time there is a threat someone wants to protect you. They want to take away your guns,your knives,your right to travel freely,your right to privacy. Pretty soon there will no longer be any freedom. Because no one can really protect you. More people die in car crashes than any other reason in America, from guns to disease. Do we ban cars?
Of course not. Do we ban rocks? no. Should we ban the internet no.
We have to accept the fact that people die everyday for MANY reasons. And no government has ever stopped that. No government can protect you from that.
If you really want to be free
You must accept the FACT that someone might kill you.
But to ensure real liberty, your government must also understand.
There are risks, no one can protect you from everything, and taking things away lessons your liberty, doesn't really ensure or guarantee anything.
We can help lesson risk, with judicious and cautious approach.
But to eliminate it no, not unless you want to live in a cage.
And then one day you'll die anyway.
Face life fearlessly, be a Spartan, and if your day does come, at least you lived and died like an American. Home of the brave and the free.

Records indicate that there has been a total of 3,613,732 motor vehicle deaths in the United States from 1899 to 2013.
This statistic shows the death rate for homicide in the U.S. from 1950 to 2013. In 1950, there were 5.1 deaths by homicide per 100,000 resident population in the United States.
American deaths in terrorism vs. gun violence in one graph ... we found that from 2001 to 2013, 406,496 people died by firearms on U.S. soil.

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