Mad World

Tinkerbell-thanks The world’s gone mad

…and at the heart of it is the socialist-liberalism’s idea of a Utopian world – and the feckless “Tinker Bell Syndrome” set in that’s robbed the free world’s leadership of every ounce of testosterone they once had.  Eunuchs all … not a smidgen of courage left in any of them.

The unruly masses, with pitchforks and muskets at the ready, stand waiting for a new leader to rise from the ashes.  That Thunderbird will arise once again, just as it did at Lexington Green and Concord Bridge!

The new Samuel Adams and John Hancock, where are you?

We, the people need you now more than ever before…!

The Gadsden Flag

The Gadsden FlagDating back to the War for Independence, the Gadsden flag has long been a symbol of America’s opposition to tyranny. Named after it’s designer, Gen. Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden flag was first used in 1775 as the personal standard for the flagship of the Continental Navy. In 1775, then Colonel Christopher Gadsden was in Philadelphia representing his home colony of South Carolina at the Continental Congress and presented this new naval flag to the Congress.

It became the first flag used by the sea-going soldiers who eventually would become the United States Marine Corps!

Use of the rattlesnake symbolism originated with Benjamin Franklin’s famous “Join, or Die” political cartoon in 1754. Franklin later explained why he chose the rattlesnake to symbolize the American spirit:

“She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage. … she never wounds till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of stepping on her.—Was I wrong, Sir, in thinking this a strong picture of the temper and conduct of America?”