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Saturday, August 3, 2013

Can You Be Like Robert Edward Lee?

A son of the Revolutionary War, the Lee family was familiar with the fight for Liberty. Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, Robert E Lee was graduated second in his class at West Point without a single demerit in his four years there. Lee was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers where he served under General Winfield Scott in the Mexican War where Lee distinguished himself in multiple battles. General Scott is noted to have said about Lee, "the very best soldier that I ever saw in the field." ............more to come.
In these times, we need people like Lee, men of valor, men with character and integrity. Committed men who love America and are willing to pay the price for freedom's sake. We are moving into perilous times and great men will need to step forward, to be the soldier, to be the resistance to be the cooks and the medics what ever is needed to overthrow a enemy from within. Men who are willing to pay the price to bring freedom back to America. Don't overlook our history, men like Robert E Lee needs to be the ones we look to in the dark days ahead. Men who did what it took. The enemy will have mercenaries and machinery, we will have Guerrillas and Guts. Is it you? Are you ready? Do you care?
With hard work and God, we will prevail and America will overthrow tyranny and once again be the shining city on the hill.

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