I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
It goes something like this.
I remember Bobby Kennedy made it popular again, but someone important said it before him.
Someone yesterday burnt me on my patriotism.
Pissed me off righteously, but that was her prerogative.
I felt no need to defend myself about my love of country.
What I do not possess is a blind love for the current regime and I have said so repeatedly. Not liking anything he has done, or they have destroyed of my beloved country's laws is appalling, yet it does not make me any less patriotic. I love what this country always has stood for...what my fore-bearers risked their lived crossing the Atlantic to give to me.
So, if this troll was so upset that she intends to burn my books, all I can say is "if you have the Kindle versions, please don't blow up your Kindle."
As Alfred E. Newman often opined, "nuff sed".
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