Rule #1 from the Rules for Patriots
Before I begin, let me state that these are not the same Rules for Patriots being circulated by Matthew Kibbe of Freedomworks. Those are a diffrent set and can be acquired for free from the Freedomworks website. I would urge everyone to take a look at those too. They are more formal and speak more to setting up activist groups. I am getting the ones | Read More »
The Water Cooler~ A few things to remember about Liberals.
I am a Christian first and a Conservative second. A liberal is a liberal period. That is their religion. Whereas I devote my life and center it around serving God, theirs is completely focused on serving the cause of Liberalism. To them Liberalism/ Socialism/Marxism is the path to enlightenment and nothing else matters. As a result, they can be rascist, sexist, vulgar and violent as | Read More »
Rule # 4 from the Rules for Patriots
There is a document being circulated called “Rules for Patriots’ that is a version of Saul Alinksy’s “Rules for Radicals”. What I plan to do is a series of diaries breaking down all of the rules and showing how these rules can be applied to our everyday lives. In this segment we will talk about Rule# 4 Rule #4 Never defend. Let your position be known | Read More »
The Water Cooler~ What the GOP primary challengers should do.
Ok sports fans, the one thing to come out of all of this Defund O care/ shutdown excercise is that we know that the EstablishementRNC is our enemy. It’s not about a difference of opinion on how to achieve a common goal. They have nothing in common with us in the Tea Party and the grass roots. With that said, it is quite clear that there | Read More »
Ok loyal Conservatives, because of this shutdown we are being called a lot of things. The most egregious of those things is terrorists. Funny, the liberals who are calling us people with bombs strapped to our chests can never seem to express much outrage over the real suicide bombers who have killed men, women and children in a place like Israel. They put Dzhokar Tsarnev on | Read More »
I am so sorry to have to write this. I hate critcizing our own side when there is much to criticize about the left. But, it seems that the House is ready to make deal with the President on the Debt Ceiling , which does not address the Obamacare Delay(this according to World Net Daily). Did I expect this? Yes. Was I hoping that I | Read More »
The Water Cooler~ We are winning!
I am taking my cues from Rush Limbaugh. According him Harry Reid had to apologize for being too nasty and personal in Congress and for his children with cancer comment. Rand Paul and Mitch McConne(I know his name is mud around these parts) were caught on ahot mic saying they think they can win this. Obama cancelled a trip to Asia. To me these are signs | Read More »
The Plumely Doctrine
Plumely rule#1 You do not have to agree or go along with someone just because they are articulate and persuasive when they make their case. You do what you think is right. We were being told by very intelligent people like George Will, Charles Krauthammer, and Karl Rove that the push to try and defund Obamacare was political suicide. They made very cogent and persuasive arguments. Many times, I did | Read More »
The Water Cooler ~ Harry Reid and kids with cancer.
By now the video of Harry Reid’s press conference and the exchange with the reporter who asked him about wanting to help kid’s with cancer has already gone viral. I am not going to get too confident, but we seem to be doing a lot better than we thought we were going to do with this showdown. To ourside’s credit, we are keeping our cool | Read More »
We are behaving like children
I was all over Facebook jerking Liberal colors yesterday. It should have been fun but it was frusterating whacking moles. The one thing I encountered was the narrative that Congress was behaving like children. Even though they said Congress, they were referring to House Republicans. Harry Reid got a pass. To me this is an interesting meme, “Our elected officials are children.” My question is, if House | Read More »