The Impossible Dream

 There was a time in the American past when commonsense prevailed.  Rustlers and horse thieves when caught red-handed were strung up.  Instant justice.  That was a period when few laws existed and fewer lawmen to carry them out.  Distance between towns and even individual ranches often took days to journey from one to another.
Today, we now see the results of liberalism turned on its head by a growing cancer of socialism of the modern left.  With once rang from justice being simply, “Hang-em high, to modern thought reflections of jail and later on turning out the hoodlums that seem to function in a fog that it has a newer look of and toward “understanding and forgiveness.”
With all this, we now have to put up with infiltration of enemies meant to kill us and we having to be nothing more than sheep being led to the slaughter.

3 Responses to “The Impossible Dream”

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    • kindredspiritks Says:

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      • kindredspiritks Says:

        The lawless Western plainsmen had to make their own rules. Horse thieves especially were harshly treated with the rope because the horse was the cowboy’s bread and butter herding cattle and for transportation. They were by and large made of a high integrity where life was hard yet fair.
        There was a sign on a tombstone that read: Here I rest with the worms because my draw was not quick enough to match his 44.

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