In other words, I try to make it known that not everyone is a mindless drone repeating the left-wing mantra.
And of course, I vote for pro-life, pro-Christian, pro-America candidates wherever I can. I refuse to buy products from companies that jump on the left-wing virtue signalling bandwagon. Most of all, I try -- often unsucessfully, I'll be the first to admit -- to live my own life according to the principles I profess. Honesty has to start with me.
I do that. When my friends and relatives go on their anti-Trump rants, my first question is, “How has Pres. Trump being President negatively affected your personal life ?”
Not one has an answer.
“In other words, I try to make it known that not everyone is a mindless drone repeating the left-wing mantra.”
That’s personally commendable (I do the same) but how has it worked? We keep losing ground. These actions are too far below the radar to have the type of impact we need.
The success of the left has been due mostly to their “in your face activism”. They take to the streets. They terrorize companies CEOs into toeing their lines, they take public platforms away from us...
We need to respond in kind and up the ante. We did that a few years back with the Tea Party and it was quite successful, but we took that success for granted and went back to sleep. We need to reawaken that spirit.
It is quite sad that the outrageous things that they’re foisting on us haven’t been enough to stir that spirit.