Posted on | August 15, 2014 | 24 Comments
It is time for Christians to pick up guns and avenge the slaughter in Iraq.
— Patrick Dollard (@PatDollard) August 15, 2014
@PatDollard Christians, as such, are always better off picking up the Bible.
— ‘Teahadist’ h/t@DMat (@smitty_one_each) August 15, 2014
@smitty_one_each STFU. Cowards like you are dangerous. Blocked.
— Patrick Dollard (@PatDollard) August 16, 2014
As a retired veteran with 3 WESTPACs and an Afghan tour to my credit, the accusation of cowardice is more amusing than offensive. On the other hand, rabble rousers who appeal to emotion, instead of calm, prayerful and rational thought, are the ones more likely to get people killed.
If you want to do anything useful, Dollard, understand the Clausewitzian Trinity as it pertains to going to war; it’s as relevant in the political dimension as the Holy Trinity is in the spiritual. There will be no military action of consequence until a leader of the acumen of David Petraeus (but who’s not drawn from such a broad well of disgrace) that can articulate a coherent strategy, win an election on it, and lead 50 states united in the effort.
Allen West comes to mind.