LIVE AMERICAN The Story Independence Day 2010

      " I am a Live American;
          So I Live American;
Therefore, I am Alive American"
        Johnathon G. Lewis

"I was Born an American;
I will Live an American;
I shall Die an American"
Daniel Webster

LIVE AMERICAN

The Story

  To Live American is to march for Americans, not against anyone or any country. The anti American cowards would turn this into a discriminating, racist, prejudice argument to deflect and distract from the truth. Ignorance refuses to stay on topic, it has to deflect because it cannot win the argument. Defeat ignorance with education; dark with light.

  This is Americans country. I hold Ole’ Glory high marching when ever and where ever I want. I am working to manage America through the expression of God given rights framed in the Constitution by Americans Founding Fathers. If this kills me I expect American Patriots to take Ole’ Glory from my bloody battle worn knuckles and continue marching for Americans.

  I spent July 2,3,4, 2010 marching with Ole’ Glory held high. Americans government went on vacation while I went to work for Americans. Evidence American’s Founding Fathers were working is we celebrate Independence Day. With this in mind I marched on in celebration. For American Patriotism I was marching. Wrapped in Red, White, and Blue with Ole’ Glory held high I marched for miles. At times my emotions would bring salty tears blending with salty sweat as I recalled the bloody battles I fought for Americans. I marched on. I was a one man All American parade. The Spirit of American Patriotism had hold of me like so many times before. I was proud; yet, humbled and tired from the long and lonely march.

  On the third day a child saw me and yelled profanities in attempt to offend Americans. I did not engage this verbal attack; therefore, I did not allow the offence. I recognized his ignorance and with Ole’ Glory held high I said, "Because of Americans who passed me Ole’ Glory with bloody knuckles from hard fought deadly battles to protect your American right to speak freely, you have freedom of speech". I smiled at him, knowing American Freedom of speech does ring loudly, as he walked away.

  Alone I marched for Americans on Independence Day, no other Ole’ Glory in view, no Red, no White, no Blue. I wondered who will take Ole’ Glory from me when I fall down dead when a changed child joined me with Ole’ Glory held high in his hand.
 
Written by: 
Johnathon G. Lewis

LiveAmericanUS@gmail.com

 

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