There are a couple of ways to become a casualty in war.
One way is to be killed. Since you’re reading this, we’ll put aside the idea that you’ve died in the political fight for the survival of our free republic.
Another way to become a casualty is to be wounded. Well, looking around these days I see a whole lot of people who have been wounded in the political contests of recent years and decades. Frankly, it’s brutal out there. If you know folks like that, do all you can to help them get healed up and back in the fight. We desperately need them.
Another way to become a casualty is to be captured. If you find yourself in the camp, or should I say the prison camp, of those who are destroying American constitutional self-government in liberty, escape. Come back over to the right side where you belong.
The last way is to go missing. Tens of millions of professing Christians don’t even bother to register to vote, much less exercise the sacred citizen franchise which is the gift of Almighty God, and of our staunch liberty-loving forebears.
According to Gallup, three-quarters of the American people still profess to be Christians. If even one-third of that group would simply stop compromising what they say they believe for the corrupt Republicans and Democrats, and show up to vote for me, I would win the presidency. And then, together, we could begin the real work of securing justice, and respect for innocent human life, and liberty, and the rule of law, and prosperity, to ourselves and our posterity.