It rarely snows in Tombstone.
On the evening of October 26, 1881 they received 2 inches of snow in Tombstone. That day brought the opening salvo in the fight between the Earps and the Cowboys, a war between Democrats and Republicans.
Yes, this is yet another shameless ploy to introduce the subject of Wyatt Earp into yet another post. This time I am using my favorite movie, Wyatt Earp. FYI, I think it is more accurate than Tombstone. There are moments in the film where Kevin Costner looks so much like Wyatt, it is just plain weird.
I’m a little out of sorts. I don’t think my condition is any different from other Republicans. I’m upset. My feelings are a little like Wyatt Earp. I wish we could clean out the Democrats the way Wyatt rid Cochise County of the Cowboy element, only we would leave them alive.
There is a bit of an irony here. Wyatt Earp was a live-long Republican. The Cowboys he went after, who were pushing the US and Mexico to the brink of a war, were Democrats. In fact, Johnny Ringo was a big-time Democrat.
How did Wyatt Earp (Republican) defeat the Cowboys (Democrats)?
Wyatt Earp soldiered on through sure courage, stubborn pig-headed determination, and a refusal to quit or accept defeat. There is a lesson in his behavior for all Republicans.
Do not quit.
Do not accept defeat.
We will win in the end.
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