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April 2, 2011

AD Comment of March: "The GOP is not much weaker than many of its voters"

Reader Scott M comments on Side-Lines: "You are one election away from becoming a hopeless serf, as are your children and their children." with these insights:
Liberals want to take over everything, conservatives want to be left alone. That is the recipe for how we gave away our country. Conservatives would rather change schools, change neighborhoods, change careers than be around liberals. Every time some conservative whispers to someone that he is a teacher or union member so don't think all teachers, union members, or whatever are all bad you should know that the GOP is not much weaker than many of its voters.

The Left took over by recognizing their oppponent (us). The Left saw that we don't want a confrontation and we want people to admire our rule-following habits. All they have to do to take over your schoolss, neighborhoods, or career is move in and be rude and persistent. We will leave and they will win.

Never miss an opportunity, no matter how badly outnumbered you are or how uncomfortable you will make people, to loudly and rudely, and comprehensively defeat a liberals wise-ass comment. You have to make every commie-lib sorry for every commie-lib comment they make, wherever they make it. But conservatives would rather prove to other conservatives how logical and beneficial our ideology is rather than create a situation or be seen as anything less than Mayberry nice.

Liberals are playing by prison rules and conservatives are playing by Mayberry rules. They never have to worry about getting a shank in the kidney, we expect they will change their mind if we tell them facts. Know your opponent and show no mercy, we are the majority.

Posted by Vanderleun at April 2, 2011 8:26 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Upon further review, it is a miracle that the Republic lasted until 1933. Who knows if that might even have exceeded John Adams' expectations?

Issac Kramnick, prologue to The Federalist Papers--
John Adams wrote of meeting a man whom he had occasionally defended in court over issues of debt. The year was 1775, and in retaliation for Boston's rebellious antics Britain had recently closed all the courts in the colony of Massachusetts. The man was ecstatic, applauding Adams and his fellow patriot leaders. "We can never be grateful enough to you," he told Adams; "there are no courts of justice now in this province and I hope there never will be another." Adams wrote in his diary "Is this the object for which I have been contending? said I to myself, for I rode along without any answer to this wretch. Are these the sentiments of such people and how many of them are there in the country? Half the nation for what I know; for half the nation are debtors, if not more, and these have been, in all countries, the sentiments of debtors. If the power of the country should get into their hands, and there is great danger that it will, to what purpose have we sacrificed our time, health and everything else? Surely we must guard against this spirit and these principles, or we shall repent of all our conduct."

Adams' debtor famously reappeared in 2008 as a Chicago resident gushing over the election of Obama and the end to worry over her vexing mortgage and transportation costs.

Posted by: james wilson at April 2, 2011 10:57 PM

It will come a time, not in the distant future, where you will realize hat conversation with them is futile.

Listen to their rhetoric; they intend to kill you. There will be no points awarded for politeness.

At that point, you will shoot the bastard for being that rude, obnoxious, Country destroying idiot he/she is.

It is 1776 again, 1917 in Russia or any banana republic you care to pick. Pick a side because those that don't will be a target for either side.

This time all will end when no one is left on the opposing side.

Posted by: Peccable at April 3, 2011 7:07 AM

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