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As We Say Goodbye to Chris Kyle

DWinch Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 11:12 AM
Those who want peace but don't want to fight for it, the grave will be their place of peace. No nation ever lived in peace that wasn't willing to fight for it. War is a sad fact of life and will be waged until the end.
Texas Chris Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 12:21 PM
You can't fight for peace by going to a country that didn't attack us, couldn't invade us, and killing people.

You fight for peace right here in your own country against a monstrosity of a government that is the antithesis of peace, that is the greatest violator of freedom the world has ever known.

I wish to God we had Chris Kyle around to do exactly that, and thank Him there is still a stadium full of Kyle's brothers around to do the job.

I will be at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Monday, and I know I will take many of you with me in spirit.

But apparently not everybody.

The occasion will be the Texas memorial service for Chris Kyle, an American hero in every sense of the term. But if it is one battlefield where he earned his honor as our most prolific sniper, it is another battlefield that has sprouted since his death.

This arena is a war of words, sparked by the strong opinions of a variety of people on what Chris...