In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
And HOORAY! for the good folks at the recent Congressional Candidates' Debate in Grayslake, Illinois, who stood for the Pledge of Allegiance and gave the egotistical and utterly unprofessional moderator a well deserved piece of their minds. You can view it here:http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=219097You'll never see a more blatant example of a twisted liberal mindset, nor a better 'refudiation' of it by dedicated Americans.God bless America.A.McSp
I received this link today regarding Obamacare and Health Care Rationing. I don't know if it is in fact true, however, if it is I don't know why we aren't hearing a lot more about it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HnkxIh62dQMark T.
Hey A.McSp, I saw that, too. Good for those folks who went ahead and recited the Pledge anyhow. It's time we take back the entire country, one city and town at a time. And each of us can do something to that end. Vote, take friends to the polling place if they can't get there on their own power, call politicians and voice your concerns and your opinions, email your elected officials and let them know where YOU stand on the issues (afterall, they are supposed to represent you, not themselves), donate money to campaigns you support, volunteer at polling places or at candidates' offices. We must each do what we can when we can if we really want to change the direction of our country and return to the Constitution as the Law of the Land. It's now or never, people. This isn't a dress rehearsal, this is the real deal. Do you want to be serfs or do you want to be free people as our Founding Fathers envisioned us? We cannot be the generation that let's it all turn to crap. Now get out there and vote and do what you can as often as you can so that we can save our nation. I do what I can every day - from sending emails to making phone calls to writing letters to my local paper to donating small amounts of money to issues and candidates I support. And I vote! Stay informed, stay strong, and let's work to save our country from socialism and statism. It won't be easy, but we're AMERICANS and we can do it!!!! Loved the Bumper Stickers. I photographed many of similar sentiment this past summer on my jaunts here and there. It's great to see people speaking out, even if only from their rear.....bumpers! BTW, I pray, I vote, and I just bought some .410 ammo. Anonymous PatriotUSA
pray, vote, and buy more bullets is my favorite too...i just feel in my gut that 2 november alot of folks will be doing just exactly that.
I seen your header over at BW's The Elector Retards and just wanted to say Amen,it's gonna take all three!ChinaIII
I have done all of the above. Now again I find myself in prayer for my children and grandchildren and the ability to wait mwp
Why all the talk about guns and ammo? If God is on your side won't prayer be enough?
Because God helps those who help themselves, of course!- Patrice
I won a Sticker at my AFP meeting, I'm fearful to put it on my car due to the State I live in.(Blue Oregon) It says, "EXTREMELY RIGHTWING". Some of my friends have had their cars damaged because they displayed AFP stickers. When George Bush was running for President, we had a sign for him in our yard, and a neighbor came over and asked us to remove it! The boldness of Dems is stunning.