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  1. Just Sayin'

    If Our Lady had had anything to do with it, the British would have won!

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  2. Gary

    Prayer, “…Deliver us from the wiles of Satan, assist us in the many trials which beset our path in this valley of tears, and be to us truly Our Lady of Prompt Succor now and especially at the hour of our death”. Rather ironic. Native Americans might have used it against their Satan, Jackson, and their Trail of Tears. Nothing against prayer, but this makes me physically ill. I bet the new Pope would not agree with this presentation, considering he is from South America, and they have their history, not to glorify, but to accept as history. With some apologies provided.

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    1. That is a unique, and valid, connection, Gary – although I’m not sure when the prayers developed. But, you are correct about Jackson. Completely so.

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  3. Clearly only a false demon-possessed idol could give victory to the rebel colonists, and save for them the city they had just bought from the evil imperialist Napoleon, over the forces of their rightful King George III.

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    1. davidbrainerd2

      There is no such thing as a rightful king. This idea simply implies slavery, that subjects are owned by some jackass as a right. We aren’t.

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