Give me Liberty, or give me Death'!" is a famous quotation attributed to Patrick Henry from a speech he made to the Virginia Convention. It was given March 23, 1775, at St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.
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Give me Liberty or Give me Death
Few words need to be changed in this 237 year old proclamation to mirror the tyranny of 2013 we find on the same soil that solicited the anger and passion that were present at the birth of the greatest form of government in the history of nations.
It will take no less passion to overcome the current vengeful effort by the occupant of the White House to destroy this nation by creating an unsurvivable national debt and unsustainable government largess.
Patrick Henry had the courage to face an unknown future in his decision to fight a tyrant King. Mark the pages of this time for your children. There seems little alternative but to prepare them to fight the successors of this socialist tyrant in the streets, amid the ruins of a hundred cities of Detroit.
Give me liberty orGive me death
A MUST-READ for every American and person who loves their freedom.
Give me Liberty or Give Me Death
Honestly probably the greatest and most inspirational piece of literature ever.