Lord ByronLord Byron, [George Gordon Noel Byron] (1788-1824), The 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale

Lord Byron Quote

“Yet, Freedom! yet thy banner, torn, but flying, Streams like the thunder-storm against the wind.”

Lord ByronLord Byron
~ Lord Byron

Childe Harold (canto IV, st.98)

Ratings and Comments

Ron, Montrose, CO

Flags of freedom are torn and bloody during 6,000 years of human history.

E Archer, NYC

Liberation is a constant process...

Mike, Norwalk

Though freedom has been out-lawed in the USA (Union of Socialist Amerika / don't speak ill of the statist theocracy, under the latest financial bill they can take your business) in the hearts of awakening freeman, Freedom streams like the thunder-storm against the wind.

jim k, Austin,Tx

...and never ever speak ill of our muslim president or you will be called a racist.

cal, lewisville, tx

Our own nation, not the foreign powers, is becoming our worst enemy. Individual freedom is going with the wind.

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RBESRQ    7/27/10

Wow! One of my favorites. Source: Childe Harold (canto IV, st.98) Wrote probably standing on the point of Cape Sounian

GunnyCee, Durham

Awsome! What the hell is it about FREEDOM that liberal Progressives just don't understand? Do they think that freedom means freedom from worrying about earning a living, freedom from worrying about how you will feed your family, or freedom about paying for a doctor's services is really freedom?


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