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by OPOVV, ©2013

According to historical accounts, Alexander the Great was 12 or 13 when he tamed the wild horse, Bucephalus.

(Jun. 12, 2013) — I wore many hats while I was in the military.  At one time I was one of the last to send a missile flying on its way to destroy the drone, so, just as the bomb loaders did for the Flying Fortresses in England during World War II, I always wrote something on the missile’s skin, like “Hi Ho Silver” (The Lone Ranger’s horse’s name), “Bucephalus” (Alexander the Great’s horse’s name) or “Trigger” (Roy Rogers’ horse, stuffed, literally, in the now-closed Roy Rodgers museum). Tournament archers in England named their favorite arrow, and Smaug the dragon in “The Hobbit” was killed by Bard’s “Black Arrow,” a special arrow passed down through the generations.

I’ve named my vehicles throughout the years, and sailors have named every personal floating object from dugouts to carriers. I had a neighbor who named every squirrel who raided her bird feeder, which makes me wonder why she thought she was buying “Bird Food” when, in actuality, it’s “Squirrel Food/Bird Dessert.”

A couple of months ago I asked my readers to identify with an American Indian tribe, and eventually we would have had somewhere around 40 tribes that would act as centers for mobilization.  However, we couldn’t get past the FBI informants who would skew whatever we planned as to endanger Patriots. You see, our Judases are not only in Congress, but also in Indian casinos across our land.

So we’re back to square one, all to be ready when the “Call to Arms” is sounded.  We ARE ready, weapon-wise, because since Obama was fraudulently put in the White House in 2009 gun sales have rocketed, but it wasn’t until his fraudulent reelection in 2012 that gun sales have skyrocketed.

My mother used to tell me that the most important thing you can bring to the dinner table is a good appetite.  I’m telling you the best thing to bring to a fight is an attitude, and you can’t do any better than to fight from a moral strength, as in supporting Civil Rights and Freedom, Liberty and Justice through the Constitution.

Our Constitution hasn’t let the citizens of America down, but we’ve sure let our country down. Some of us forgot that Freedom isn’t free, and we’ve elected a bunch of people who have been actively working against the citizens of Freedom:  people like Pelosi, who care not for Civil Rights for all, which is what our country is all about.

Paul Revere rode “Brown Betty” on his fateful ride that Longfellow immortalized in his poem, and Don QuixoteRocinante.”  What will you be riding? What is the name of your ride that will take you into battle with the Dark Forces which are mobilizing within our country even as you are reading these words? Or will you not name your steed, stay at home, be a spectator while Washington burns, while our churches are bulldozed, while our schools are segregated, women forced to become mere chattel, and Freedoms forever but a distant memory?

Want to marry? The State will decide who, when and where. Want to move? Have to apply for permission. Want health care? Stand in line, unless you’re too old; then the only line left is the line of Death.

America is chasing shadows, running around in circles. NSA, FBI, IRS caught spying on you and me and all they can talk about is Snowden. Don’t mention that Obama is a Muslim plant to take down America, to weaken our military, destroy our economy. Chasing shadows.

When the time comes, get on your horse and ride.


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  1. If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsel or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.” Samuel Adams (1722-1803), “Father of the American Revolution”, 1776