"They Tell Us We Are Weak. But When Shall We Be Stronger?"

The longer we put it off, the worse it will be.

The same also holds true for the economic crisis, by the way. Let bankruptcies, foreclosures, and business failures happen, instead of bailouts, stimulus, and printing money 24/7. The economy would hit bottom and recover faster.

Posted by rickl at January 8, 2010 11:47 PM

In a series of videos still available to be seen at Frontpage Magazine, (a magazine, not a 'clip'), Newt Gingrich said the country is at the biggest turning point since the 1850's. Segment 5 was posted at Hot Air, http://www.davidhorowitztv.com/restorationweekend/rw2009/280-newtgingrich Also read Lincoln's 'Speech on the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise here: http://www.ashbrook.org/library/19/lincoln/peoria.html

One of the more salient observations of Newt's was his assertion that it's time to stop paying attention to the other side and craft huge arguments, "Arguments so huge that 75% of the American people agree with you, and after the press has finished lying about it, you still have 65%.) Sarah Palin's remarks, "It's an act of war, not a crime spree" express this quite aptly.

Posted by Kerry at January 9, 2010 6:00 AM

Good links. Thanks,Kerry.

Posted by vanderleun at January 9, 2010 7:29 AM

Let's see how 'weak' we are:

'We' are the majority, to one degree or another in various permutations, and that majority includes most of those who value the 2nd Amendment.

I like those odds.

Posted by Don Rodrigo at January 9, 2010 1:47 PM

You're welcome.

Posted by Kerry at January 10, 2010 7:55 AM