Paul Harvey Our Lives Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor

Paul Harvey Our Lives Our Fortunes, Our Sacred Honor

Even though Independence Day is now gone, the following post is a worthy, correction must read for all.

Give Me Liberty 01.com by Fuzzysdad01

Please take time to listen to this story.

“Americans, you know the 56 men who signed our Declaration of Independence that first 4th of July–you know they were risking everything, don’t you? Because if they won the war with the British, there would be years of hardship as a struggling nation. If they lost they would face a hangman’s noose. And yet there where it says, ‘We herewith pledge, our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor,’ they did sign. But did you know that they paid the price?

“When Carter Braxton of Virginia signed the Declaration of Independence, he was a wealthy planter and trader. But thereafter he saw his ships swepted from the seas and to pay his debts, he lost his home and all of his property. He died in rags.

Thomas Lynch, Jr., who signed that pledge, was a third generation rice grower and aristocrat–a large plantation owner–but after he signed his health failed. With his wife he set out for France to regain his failing health. Their ship never got to France; he was never heard from again[…]

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H/t Rifleman III Journal.

 

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