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America at a Precipice, Freedom at Risk

mkat68 Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 11:13 PM
Leaving the guards unarmed in Libya didn't prevent much, did it? And what diplomatic protocols? An embassy is considered the sovereign territory of the state that occupies it. Whether the guards are armed or not is strictly the concern of the embassy and its homeland, not the host country.

America stands at a precipice. Never before have so many of our fundamental, God-given freedoms hung by so thin a thread here at home as they do now.

This generation—you and I, our neighbors and co-workers, our families and friends—will soon decide on many fronts whether or not this great experiment in freedom continues or crumbles. We will decide if we keep our Republic.

We’ve all witnessed the dramatic events that began last week on the anniversary of Sept. 11th, when terrorists invaded our sovereign territory, burned it, and killed the US diplomatic team.

And we’ve also seen how certain...