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Why We Need the Come And Take It Flag Today
by David C. Treibs
October 2, 1835 1990s
At every turn, someone is trying to disarm us. As hostility to our freedom increases, it is imperative that we recall our forefathers and the efforts of various tyrants to disarm them. The past holds parallels to the present, and can guide us in our current struggles. You know that the battles at Lexington and Concord, the start of the American Revolution, erupted because British troops were marching to seize the colonists' weapons at these two locations. You may not be aware that the Texas revolution started in a similar way: Mexican troops, General Santa Anna's thugs, were marching on the town of Gonzales to seize their cannon, but the people refused to surrender their arms, and fought off the Mexicans. At this first skirmish the Texans flew one of Texas' most famous flags: "ole' Come And Take It."