Quotes Suitable for Framing: Angelo M. Codevilla

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  1. We live in a very sad time. Of course, I have no idea if this is really real, but it’s being presented as such. https://youtu.be/SL8f5iWrzN0 (bad language alert).

    As I told my kids, regarding the recent clown videos, I’m sure that the bad guys are friends of the kid being chased and the kid taking the video, and it’s just a joke. That’s what I hope with the above video, but you just don’t know.

  2. @Missy,
    Very sad times indeed. I’d like a “Black Lives Matter” placard to be placed in front of an inner city abortion slaughter house.

  3. Recently, I saw this quote and copied it. I think it appropriate for our sad times. Lord Melbourne (1779-1848), “What all the wise men promised has not happened, and what all the damned fools said would happen has come to pass.”
    What would we do without central planners? Probably quite a lot better.

  4. Good post. Thank you.
    When I was discussing the lessons of history regarding Anglicanism with an Episcopalian liberal progressive Democrat (I have four times repeated myself by mentioning that title), I was told that Cranmer and Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More were irrelevant today. The man who told me that is a self-appointed nuclear guru and blogmeister. Dialogue with ignorant fools is like throwing pearls before swine.
    I despise liberalism.

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