Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by tattoo, Jul 4, 2012.
Be safe out there.
I 2nd that! Happy 4th USA and especially all you NWF peeps! Nice holster Dave!
not to be a argument or nothing but
should we not just say happy independence day on the 4th?
At Christmas do we sing "we wish you a merry 25th of December and a happy new year"? i don’t think so maybe that is why 45% of America does understand, or know what the 4th of July is about?
God bless every one of you who are fighting or have fought, and or fought and died,
not for a day, but for the idea and unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--
On a sad not I tried a picture search of “independence day” on “bing”
But 90% of the images they had were of the movie and or about India’s freedom.
That is my point,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,this is not to put down india or the movie, but to show how independence day the statment is not found in picture,
but look for 4th of july pictures and BAM all over the place
I did the same..
Independence was a word long before July 4th 1776. I'm not offended that we don't hold a monopoly on the word Independence, or Liberty, or Pride, or Sacrifice, or Happiness, I applaud the efforts of men and women anywhere in the world that pursue these ideals.
To many countries out there independence is a new thing. They haven't enjoyed it for 236 years like we have.
But the 4th of July?
The world had better know that's the day when WE, the people of the colonies of the world decided we would accept nothing less than to be the masters of our OWN destiny!
In fact, I'd go as far as to say The 4th of July should be known as Team America Day.
Happy Team America day you bada$$ bunch off Patriots!
HAVE A GREAT DAY:thumbup:
God bless America, Those who protect our freedom, and those who live to preserve the greatest country in the world.
And to all those who oppose... well....
Happy Independence Day to All!
Tony Portland, Oregon Area
The Gadsden Flag flies at our home on this special day. God bless the Republic.
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