The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
The bottom image.It has that 'super-hero' quality to it.
I met a fellow oathkeeper today. I was in a discussion with a group of 6 patriots. The subject of the original Tea Party came up and I mentioned the three percent of our Colonials who were at arms. The man mentioned Oathkeepers and asked if I was a member. I dug out my card and he presented his. My number is in the 200s and his is in the 500s. The other four all inquired about it. We are all of like mind.
Being a bacon and egg man (with an under-190 cholesterol count), I fail to see the angle of the whole oatmeal thing. I may just be stupid, or, in the best of worlds, I can blame the Bushmills. Either way, it's a long way to go to cater images to a mistake...Or it could be the Bushmills...That's my story and I'm sticking to it...BillIII
A Quaker super-hero???What's he going to do, bore people to death?Gunner
Given the Guy Fawkes-like nature of the second one, I say it is the winner for sure."Q" is for the quaking and quivering quixotic quacks who quest to quell their qualms of the quarrelsome III-pers; their quantity low whilst their quality is high and they fight for no mere quibble. No quarter shall be given by we quiescent and quick-witted Patriots who would quench the quodlibetic queue of collectivists who ask us to quitclaim our unquestionable rights.I would like to thank Roget's Thesaurus for the more uncommon word choices, particularly quodlibetic which spell check doesn't even recognize.
"The Horror"I'm with Dan
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Yeah, the bottom image. Super-hero and Fawkes all in one.
You didn't like my patriot oat eater did you.
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