April 19, 1993 is a day that has already gone down in historical infamy. On the sixth anniversary (and each one hence) of the US government slaughter, we should stop and take a moment to remember the loss of lives at the hands of Bill Clinton, Janet Reno and their henchmen. They still need prosecuting.
Especially, take a moment to mourn the slaughtered children, and the justice that will never be meted out to those responsible, and the erosion of our supposed constitutional liberties.
Originally I went looking for a
picture of a candle or eternal flame in memoriam. However, this image of
the countryside on fire better represents the lives and liberty that went
up in flames that day, and each since that the evil doers have remained
not only unpunished, but remained in power.
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