Non sibi sed patriae

I’m beginning to think the left and the media toss
around words to lessen their impact on those of us
who aren’t buying the bull they’re shipping. Words
that used to have meaning and would invoke
emotions with just an utterance are now being
turned into meaningless drivel.

When Bruce Jenner got a boob job, shaved his body
hair, and slipped into a slinky gown he was hailed
a hero, courageous, and brave. We will never equate
those words to likes the Jenner.

Those words belong to people like Army Captain
Will Swenson who was awarded the Medal of Honor. If
you are left wing you may ask why. Well watch the
video and if it doesn’t get your eyes leaking, you
aren’t human.

Where will this nonsense end? We have men claiming
they are women, women saying they are men, a white
woman who thinks she’s black, and another white
woman who swears she is native American. And this
is the bunch claiming we are not responsible enough
to own guns or follow our own religion? God give me

The title to this post is in Latin and translates to:
Not for self but for his country.
Comments are always welcome.


6 Responses to Non sibi sed patriae

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

  2. Jon Gregory says:

    Thanks for the video. Its simply amazing. I agree with your thoughts. America is really messed up right now

  3. cruisin2 says:

    thanks for the reblog.

    Jon Gregory,
    when we saw the video we had to share it. Thank you for the kind words.

  4. Russell says:

    Reblogged this on WordPressReblog and commented:
    A true and actual “Hero”.

  5. Russell says:

    This is a great story. An actual “Hero”.
    I agree wholeheartedly, that word gets tossed around so much to undeserving people and situations that it has become very nearly meaningless.
    Bruce Jenner may be “brave” for sharing his story with the world, but he is no hero. Not by any stretch.
    Captain Swenson is a true hero.

  6. cruisin2 says:

    thanks for the reblog and the nod of agreement.

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