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WEDNESDAY, NOV 12, 2008| 7 comments
King George III: Steer clear of drink and loose women
Previously unseen letters, to be sold at auction today by descendants of the King's personal secretary, reveal George's growing frustration as his third son, who would become William IV, ignored his advice and slid into debt and disobedience.

Prince William was sent away to join the Navy when he was only 13 years old, in no small part to get him away from his increasingly debauched older brother.

George urged William not to follow the same path, writing to him when he was a midshipman in 1779: “You are now launching into a scene of life, where you may either prove an Honour, or a Disgrace to your Family; it would be very unwelcoming of the love I have for my children, if I did not at this serious moment give you advice, [on] how to conduct yourself dictated from no other motive than the anxious feelings of a Parent, that his Child may be happy, and deserve the approbation of Men of worth and ...


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Nat Cohen | Brooklyn  Find all comments by Nat Cohen
Ah...the old "love it or leave it" retort. The sure sign of an argument going nowhere!
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News Item11/13/08 3:03 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Walt Sawyer wrote:
John D. The answer to your question is simple. All real Americans know it. God is on our side. Although certain historical events appear to be unGodly and unChristian, they do not apply to us because God is on our side. By definition therefore, whatever we do is Godly and Christian because God is on our side. The massacre of natives, slavery, wars of Manifest Destiny, child labor, as well as revolting against the lawful authority of the British Crown which allowed certain trustees of English property to profit in the "colonies", lying in order to facilitate the engagement of wars for profit by wraping them in the facade of liberty, justice, freedom etc., all of these things are sinful only when perpetrated by countries who do not have God on their side. These are obviously countries that do not do as we want them to do. Because if God is on our side He can't be on the side of those who disagree with us. I hope this clears up the trouble that you were having in reconciling the dichotomy with which you struggle.
And yet here you remain in this unGodly USA living among unGodly people, instead of living under the Godly lawful authority of the crown of England, which in a Godly manner, of course, acquired the crown.
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News Item11/13/08 2:54 PM
Really British | from very British.  Find all comments by Really British
Walt Sawyer wrote:
The answer to your question is simple. All real Americans know it. God is on our side. Although certain historical events appear to be unGodly and unChristian, they do not apply to us because God is on our side. By definition therefore, whatever we do is Godly and Christian because God is on our side. The massacre of natives, slavery, wars of Manifest Destiny, child labor, as well as revolting against the lawful authority of the British Crown which allowed certain trustees of English property to profit in the "colonies", ......liberty, justice, freedom etc., all of these things are sinful only when perpetrated by countries who do not have God on their side. These are obviously countries that do not do as we want them to do. Because if God is on our side He can't be on the side of those who disagree with us. I hope this clears up the trouble that you were having in reconciling the dichotomy with which you struggle. If you do not believe that Americans believe that God is on our side, just wait for the righteous indignation of the following commentators, who know the truth, namely that God is on our side.
Thats very strange!!!

I thought God was on our side.

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News Item11/13/08 2:41 PM
Walt Sawyer | Kansas City  Find all comments by Walt Sawyer
John D. The answer to your question is simple. All real Americans know it. God is on our side. Although certain historical events appear to be unGodly and unChristian, they do not apply to us because God is on our side. By definition therefore, whatever we do is Godly and Christian because God is on our side. The massacre of natives, slavery, wars of Manifest Destiny, child labor, as well as revolting against the lawful authority of the British Crown which allowed certain trustees of English property to profit in the "colonies", lying in order to facilitate the engagement of wars for profit by wraping them in the facade of liberty, justice, freedom etc., all of these things are sinful only when perpetrated by countries who do not have God on their side. These are obviously countries that do not do as we want them to do. Because if God is on our side He can't be on the side of those who disagree with us. I hope this clears up the trouble that you were having in reconciling the dichotomy with which you struggle. If you do not believe that Americans believe that God is on our side, just wait for the righteous indignation of the following commentators, who know the truth, namely that God is on our side.
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News Item11/13/08 10:20 AM
fuzzy logic | hot spot  Find all comments by fuzzy logic
John D quote: "... I thought God hated rebellion."

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* Yes or No, is there such a thing as individual rights?

If your answer is no, I got nothing else to say.

* If your answer is yes, where do these rights come from:
A) Government (positivism)
B) God

If your answer is A, I got nothing else to say.

If your answer is B, then government--which is made up of individuals and NOT HUMAN GODS, cannot and shall not infringe on another persons privacy and personhood.

In civilization, there are rules to follow and if government does not follow its own rules, IT IS NOT CIVIL and Romans 13 does NOT APPLY!

If you really believe that no one is to rebel, then everyone in Russia or China or North Korea, etc., deserve to die as pagans and only a fool would dare try to bring the gospel to the lost.

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News Item11/13/08 7:28 AM
John D.  Find all comments by John D.
I still haven’t figured out why some American Christians believe it was God’s will for the American colonists to rebel against the authorities God placed in their lives, i.e., the British government. I thought God hated rebellion.
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News Item11/12/08 8:40 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Looks like colonial policy was not the only problem that challenged Geo. III's judgment!

"Prince William was sent away to join the Navy when he was only 13 years old, in no small part to get him away from his increasingly debauched older brother."

So he had him enlist in the Royal Navy instead? From the frying pan into the fire...

But it was normal back then for such young teens (of respectable pedigree) to enlist as midshipmen. The American David Farragut ("Damn the torpedoes...") was about 9 when he enlisted. He was given command of a British prize at the age of 12 during the War of 1812! Yes, Americans were not *totally* incompetent at war.

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