GUNS & GEAR — Americans are longing for a warrior, whether to lead them, save them, fight for them, or to fight for America as its current leaders work so diligently to destroy it. The time has never been more vital for a strong man of character, fortitude, strength, honor and love of country to take charge.
This would be quite the opposite of the man we have at the helm now.
Just compare that pathetic excuse for a leader to a real man, and the ultimate Warrior – our first and greatest hero and patriot, George Washington.
George Washington was a large man in every sense of the word, with a commanding presence that made him seem even larger. He was either 6’2” or 6’4”, depending on differing reports, but either was extremely tall for the time. He wore size 12 boots, had very large hands and hips, and possessed phenomenal physical strength, as history attests to in numerous examples. Washington was also considered to be the finest horseman of his day.
He was also a humble man who didn’t speak very much, (compare that to the egotistical blatherskite we’re stuck with now), and as a matter of fact he preferred not to speak in a group setting at all if he could avoid it.
His courage and bravery were manifest in everything he did, most directly involved in fighting the war to create the United States of America – even before, actually. His sense of duty and honor, and acting on the moral codes involved, came naturally to him.
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