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To: Democrat_media
When are the people going to rise up and fight for our freedom? Yes I realize the media has a lot brainwashed but clearly some people should see the growth of government size and power as a threat and act to stop it?

I see the Egyptians protesting and fighting in the streets. I see no one in America doing anything but sitting on their asses watching football and a liberal like Bob Costas lecturing to us to give up our right to defend ourselves.


Most of those egyptians are unemployed, barely scraping up enough to feed themselves and have nothing else to do with their time. Once the majority of people in America are cold and hungry, you'll see them more ready to become a rabble. Out of that rabble an organized resistance MIGHT rise.

We as a nation are no where near the point of universal discomfort needed to start a popular revolt. The circuses are still entertaining and there's enough bread being given out to keep our bellies full. THAT is what the vast majority of Americans care about regardless of what they might otherwise say if pressed.

You don't get fat, lazy and ignorant people off their asses until it becomes too uncomfortable to stay fat, lazy and ignorant.
14 posted on 12/06/2012 12:59:50 PM PST by Dr.Zoidberg (John Winthrop's "City upon a Hill" just became a midden heap. Infested with rats and other vermin.)
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To: Dr.Zoidberg

“You don’t get fat, lazy and ignorant people off their asses until it becomes too uncomfortable to stay fat, lazy and ignorant. “

Perhaps not even then. Look how long the Russian people supported the Communist Soviets. The German population supported Hitler to the end.


28 posted on 12/06/2012 1:39:54 PM PST by Soul of the South
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