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.”
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    What would we do without central planners? Probably quite a lot better.

  4. Good post. Thank you.
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    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.
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    I despise liberalism.

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