the St Crispin's Day speech. What play was it? Hamlet?
While I read this piece, I thought of my Dad, who fought in 3 campaigns in the South Pacific such as Cape Glochester, Pelilue, Okanawa. When it spoke of the "One" who dosn't have the stomach for it, reminds me of those who went to Canada douring the Nam era. Those turn coats, that my father and all who fought in WW2. and all other fights the Armed Forces were inguaged in. These men gave there lives, blood, sanity, so that assholes today can tear down our country and be Commie BASTARDS.
What a nice piece to start off today!
and oh so true