Not only all true Texans but all patriotic Americans remember the Alamo:
One of the most gallant stands of courage and undying self-sacrifice which have come down through the pages of history is the defense of the Alamo, which is one of the priceless heritages of Texans. It was the battle-cry of “Remember the Alamo” that later spurred on the forces of Sam Houston at San Jacinto. Anyone who has ever heard of the brave fight of Colonel Travis and his men is sure to “Remember the Alamo.”
Besieged by Santa Anna, who had reached Bexar on February 23, 1836, Colonel William Barret Travis, with his force of 182, refused to surrender but elected to fight and die, which was almost certain, for what they thought was right.
The awe-inspiring courage shown at the Alamo was echoed by Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, who ignored treacherous orders to stand down and allow Islamic savages to take over our consulate. They fought to their last breath, leaving their rooftop machine gun thoroughly covered in their own blood.
Just as the Alamo inspired other Texans to defeat Santa Anna and attain independence, Benghazi must inspire other patriots to defeat Woods’s and Doherty’s Muslim killers and the quisling atop our government who chose to abandon them rather than send assistance.
On a tip from Lyle.