Questions for Memorial Day – from the Judge

What if the government could hire thugs to keep you safe? What if it gave the thugs uniforms and badges and sent them to airports? What if it gave them rubber gloves to wear and told them they could touch you and your children and your parents however and wherever they wished? What if these thugs touched the private parts of little babies and old ladies and intentionally restrained those who have criticized them while the rest of us just watched and let this happen?

What if, on Memorial Day, when we think of those who died for our freedom, we end up recognizing that the freedom they died for is dying?

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano asks.

Who answers?

“It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.” — General George Patton

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