By A.P. Dillon
The rising of the oceans was supposed to slow.
The planet was supposed to heal.
We were promised flying cars…
Yes we can!
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) November 25, 2014
On this Thanksgiving Day, we’re supposed to take stock of how blessed we are. We’re supposed to be thankful for our health, for our families and for what we have. Sadly, some in our nation are ‘thankful’ for what they took from others through an abused definition of ‘justice’.
— David Carson (@PDPJ) November 25, 2014
‘Mostly peaceful’ protests, except for those who were injured or wounded.
This is why we cannot have nice things. These tweets contain a scant few of the images and video captured. Twitter is littered with them.
That sentiment of being pleased with themselves goes double for the shameless media attention seekers like the North Carolina based ‘Moral Monday’. Nice job pulling stunts like at Wal-Mart stores.
— Making Change @ WMT (@ChangeWalmart) October 14, 2014
What does Wal-mart have to do with this? How is this seeking justice exactly? How is this ‘moral’? It’s not. It’s exploitation of a situation.
How many of the ‘peaceful’ protesters were among those cleaning up the next day?
How many of the media who circled like vultures put down their cameras and picking up brooms?
Take heart. All is not lost, as evidenced by those who did come out the next morning to clean up in Ferguson and elsewhere. Volunteers even came out to the Cake shop from the tweet above and helped the owner get things back in order.
This Thanksgiving, we should be thankful citizens like those cleaning up in Ferguson exist. Perhaps, by cleaning up yet again, they are the ones truly protesting.
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A.P. Dillon (Lady Liberty 1885), is a Conservative minded wife and mother living in the Triangle area of North Carolina. A.P. Dillon founded the blog LadyLiberty1885.com in 2009. After the 2012 election, she added an Instapundit style blog called The ConMom Blog. Mrs. Dillon recently participated in Glenn Beck’sWe Will Not Conform. Mrs. Dillon’s writing, in addition to Da Tech Guy’s Magnificent 7, can also be found at StopCommonCoreNC.org, WatchdogWireNC and WizBang. Non-political writing projects include science fiction novellas that are, as of yet, unpublished. Her current writing project is a children’s book series.