Perhaps the most important day in American History

The Betrayed: On Warriors, Cowboys and Other MisfitsBe honest with yourself. Do you know, without Google, the historical significance of today’s date? And, can you explain why it is so significant?

Hint: April 9, 1865 was the day General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army at Appomattox. It is probably the most important day in American history for it was the day America died. 

ICombat Shooter's Handbookt was the day that it became militarily “official” — from this date forward, the FedGov would be the sole judge to the limits of its own power. In other words, there was to be no more free and sovereign States (aka “States Rights).

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteIt shouldn’t surprise anyone to find out that it has since judged that there ARE NO LIMITS to said power.

We often hear such slogans as “take America back,” etc. The only way we will EVER accomplish that is through open rebellion.

Think secession. It is our only chance. — jtl, 419

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2 Responses to Perhaps the most important day in American History

  1. Reblogged this on Flyover-Press.com and commented:

    Be honest with yourself. Do you know, without Google, the historical significance of today’s date? And, can you explain why it is so significant?

    Hint: April 9, 1865 was the day General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army at Appomattox. It is probably the most important day in American history for it was the day America died.

    It was the day that it became militarily “official” — from this date forward, the FedGov would be the sole judge to the limits of its own power. In other words, there was to be no more free and sovereign States (aka “States Rights).

    It shouldn’t surprise anyone to find out that it has since judged that there ARE NO LIMITS to said power.

    We often hear such slogans as “take America back,” etc. The only way we will EVER accomplish that is through open rebellion.

    Think secession. It is our only chance. — jtl, 419

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  2. April 9, 1865 was the day we began the slide from being America into what we are now, post-America.

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