Philosophy And Other Musings
As you might gather, I have a keen interest in the proper application of
laws which appear to fall far short of the proper application of justice.
Even more dangerous are the assumptions of many, myself included,
that we do not have the moral courage to do what it takes to make things right.
There is no doubt in my mind whatsoever that, if a foreign invasion force were to breach the shores of the Unites
States of America, not only would our military repel any such force, but if unsuccessful, every able-bodied man, women, and
child would arm themselves with whatever weapons at hand and flood the streets and battlefields in a rebellion of untold proportions.
There would be no giving quarters or considerations to those coming to kill us. We have done so before. This is not a likely
scenario since, at present, we are strong and armed, and the world knows that we have the necessary moral courage to oppose
any such overt action.
Unless, of course, we give it away.
Then, there would be no fight, there would be no civil insurrection since it would be our own government enforcing
the 'infractions or perceived violations of rules, of regulations or prescribed behaviors.' Could that happen?
More on this later.