“We shall fight them on the beaches, we shall fight them on the landing grounds, we shall fight them in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills, we shall never surrender.”
There was a time when brave leaders confronted barbarians who wanted us dead spoke to those despots with courage, resolution and strength as did Winston Churchill, as quoted above. Defying tyrants who want to defeat you is wise, smart, the right thing to do and always has been.
That is — until last week.
Oh, you want to nuke us?
Death to America?
Obliterate Chicago or Washington, D.C.?
Come on over for ice cream and let’s see what we can do to make you more comfortable.
We certainly don’t want you to feel unloved when you flip the switch.
Maybe we can get you a gift card to Belk after the first strike against us?
Friends, neighbors, North Korea isn’t warning us they will become cranky and frown in our direction. They are telling us, repeatedly, that they want to destroy us with nuclear weapons.
You’d be more alarmed if your “Change Oil” light” flashed on your dashboard.
Berkeley faculty, CNN, New York Times, Joe Scarborough and Washington Post, stop apologizing for not wanting to die and for wanting evil dictators to be eradicated.