Skip to comments.Time to Fight
Posted on 10/06/2012 9:52:25 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Barack Obama will fall on November 6, 2012, losing the presidential election in a landslide to Mitt Romney. After the president's performance in the first debate, this is becoming more obvious.
Yet now is not the time to be complacent. We are engaged in a battle for the heart and soul of America, and an electoral defeat for the president will not change that.
Now is the time to fight.
Living in the Bronx, in the past, I have been guilty of self-censoring. I always expressed my opinion but refused to get into arguments over politics. As a conservative, political disagreements with liberals can be written off, but for liberals, any disagreement is evidence of evil intent.
Therefore, I am a bad man -- and, ever since Barack first ran for the presidency, racist as well.
The progressive position is an amalgam of mishmash -- feel-good pabulum supported by facile and flaccid arguments, usually from people who intellectually should know better -- yet choose not to.
Explaining this to someone, however, is basically calling her an idiot. More often than not, that was a conversation I declined to engage, cheerily changing the topic.
No longer can I allow myself to behave this way in pursuit of civility. After all, liberals are never civil. From now on, I "get in their faces."
Recently, while filling up at a local gas station, a man doing the same complained about gasoline prices. Normally, I would nod sympathetically and resume pumping. But today we are fighting for our lives, fighting for our very existence.
I told him that if Obama is re-elected, the price per gallon will be $10 by the end of his second term.
He demanded to know why...
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Still, they will not change, because the adoration of Barack is not the disease — it’s a symptom. The disease is progressivism and it is terminal.
Nail on the head.
Compromise is not possible - the vampire socialists have an alien vision for America.
We are at war. Perhaps if we sacrifice, work hard, organize, and out shout the left we can win via the ballot box. If we wait we risk real war. If we wait even longer - we face disarmament and re-education camps or the ovens.
I suspect we might be fighting the day AFTER the election anyway. The welfare-state “zombies” will no doubt be rioting. . .
I’m not ‘suspecting’. I’m expecting all those Obamaphone idiots, all the check waiting stoop-sitters who were bussed to the polling place by their local elected officials, all the gangbangers who live off their mates’ foodstamps and unemployment checks - in between the occasional stroll to ‘pick up some loose cash’, to fear that ‘the well has gone dry’.
Folks, I would prepare to defend mine, and your own tails! Get your ‘paperwork’ in the works, and do the other stuff, too.