Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Brother Ted & Dr. Helen on Speaking up

This from Dr. Helen's blog:

Speak Up!
I read with interest this good advice from Ted Nugent on speaking up in California and the rest of the country:

You don't need tough love in America, you need tougher love. Around the water cooler, at the church, at school. At the work place, at the picnic, and the bowling alley. You should be pounding the desk with your fist, raising hell, and take this beautiful state back from the pimps, and the whores, and the welfare brats, and the gang-bangers who seems to have all the rights in the world while the good people, the productive, law abiding people don't have jack squat -- and I think I am going to throw up.

So many people who do not support Barack Obama and are downright sick of the creeping socialism in our country are not speaking up. It is imperative to do so, even in small ways. The other day, I was at a drugstore and the clerk was talking to what looked like a Baby Boomer who was discussing how he voted for Obama. They both scoffed that not many in Tennessee voted for him, "what do you expect?" said the older guy, "this is Tennessee we're talking about." They both chuckled in agreement. I looked at the clerk and said in a loud voice, "So what you're saying is those of us here in Tennessee who voted for McCain are rednecks, is that right?!!!!" There were several people milling around in line at this point and the clerk turned red and stammered, "No, ma'am," and went on to give some lame explanation about what he meant. But I knew I had him. He was visibly shaken and I hope the next time he decides to diss Tennesseans while at work, he'll think twice.

Please remember that most people are cowards, if you speak up, they will often back down or stammer. Too many times, we let liberals get away with making fun of Republicans and those of us who do not agree with them politically. This needs to stop and the only way to do it is to speak up in the classrooms, public and at work. Remember that we are 56 million strong--those of us who did not vote for Obama. We are hardly alone.


cbar10@hotmail.com said...

Markie Marxist sez: "That's exactly how we've organized society. We certainly want our Marxist/warrior/hero/criminals to have more rights than ordinary people. After all, they're the ones who are busily ripping off capitalism and bringing down America. They're also giving us the national body count we need to drive our gun ban agenda, so they're really doing a lot to help communize America, and as such, they're really entitled to more rights than law-abiding citizens, by whom I presume Ted means gun owners. Rights? As soon as the big "O" gives the word, the G.O.'s are going to be lined up against walls and shot!
Guns themselves aren't dangerous, in fact we always need lots of them for the usual 'regime maintenance' type tasks. It's the G.O.'s that are the danger to Marxism, so the government is going to have to eliminate them for 'gun safety', because a communized America just wouldn't be safe with all those gun people still around.
As for his throwing up, Ted should see his doctor. Reflux can become a serious disorder you know."

Anonymous said...

It's good to speak out and bad to remain silent.

A simple message to be repeated.

We need to keep our methods of preserving freedom simple. Speaking out against stupidity that is being demonstrated in public is a wonderful thing...it's good to speak out.