After careful consideration, Paul Osborne wrote:
>People are going to interpret the "fight for freedom" differently and how
>it might apply to their own lives. Irregardless, I'm staying out of the
>fight. And God can do with me according to his judgment, and I know that
>his judgements are just and true.

I think a good way to fight for freedom is to celebrate Independence Day, 
and bear our testimonies to our children how much we love living in a free 
land.  We could teach them about the Constitution that God caused to be 
written by inspired men.  This is surely fighting for freedom.  If we do 
our part in keeping the spark of freedom alive in this country, then we 
have fought the good fight.  And understanding our dire peril of losing 
that freedom might help many of us to repent and do our duty.  I don't 
think we have to charge the White House with a machine gun to "fight for 
freedom."  We just need to understand the situation so that we can defend 
ourselves and our families more effectively.

John W. Redelfs                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]
"It may be, for instance, that nothing except the power of
faith and the authority of the priesthood can save
individuals and congregations from the atomic holocausts
that surely shall be."  --Bruce R. McConkie
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR

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