The Day the Music Died for Good

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The Day the Music Died for Good

by William L. Anderson via LewRockwell.com

What our enemy the State learned was that Americans will meekly do whatever the “authorities” tell them to do. I’ve been watching that same phenomenon amongst my “cold dead fingers” friends for several years now. I even witnessed a little short, fat dude in a stripped (referee) shirt evacuate an entire gymnasium full of basket ball fans. Just because they go rowdy when they disagreed with his call, did not mean he could not make them bow to his will due to his position of “authority.”  – jtl, 419

As an ambulance took the seriously wounded Dzhokar Tsarnaev to a hospital, people in Watertown, Massachusetts, realized that the police hunt was over and they cheered. And cheered. Some in the crowd began to chant, “USA! USA! USA!” as though an American team had won an Olympic competition.

To the relieved residents who finally could go back to something normal after effectively living a day under martial law, Gov. Deval Patrick issuing a “shelter-in-place” order, the police had been heroes, protecting them from two mad bombers who already had struck the venerable Boston Marathon and were promising more mayhem and murder:

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by William L. Anderson via LewRockwell.com

What our enemy the State learned was that Americans will meekly do whatever the “authorities” tell them to do. I’ve been watching that same phenomenon amongst my “cold dead fingers” friends for several years now. I even witnessed a little short, fat dude in a stripped (referee) shirt evacuate an entire gymnasium full of basket ball fans. Just because they go rowdy when they disagreed with his call, did not mean he could not make them bow to his will due to his position of “authority.”  — jtl, 419

As an ambulance took the seriously wounded Dzhokar Tsarnaev to a hospital, people in Watertown, Massachusetts, realized that the police hunt was over and they cheered. And cheered. Some in the crowd began to chant, “USA! USA! USA!” as though an American team had won an Olympic competition.

To the relieved residents who finally could…

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