Sunday, August 04, 2013
"Words without actions are the assassins of idealism." ~ Herbert Hoover
I've been thinking. I was listening to the Alan Colmes radio program a few days ago, and he was literally laughing at a Liberal caller who mentioned she was planning on joining a "march on Washington". He asked her what she hoped to accomplish by marching on Washington, and the poor, misguided woman couldn't answer his question. She didn't know. She just wanted to be part of something. He went on to explain that these marches and rallies on Washington never accomplish anything.
That started me thinking.
Alan Colmes is wrong! Actually, it was the anti-war marches and rallies in Washington that motivated Nixon to surrender in Vietnam. They really do work!
With that in mind, I've decided that possibly, if we can get enough people involved, we could motivate Congress to start impeachment proceedings against Obama, and maybe even convince them to repeal Obamacare, do whatever is necessary to prevent illegal immigration, stop this reckless overspending, etc.
Liberal mobs have been marching and protesting since at least the 60's and they have been effective at making changes in governmental and public policies, and they are still making big differences. Look, for instance, at the "gay rights" movement. How else could 1-2% of the population force lawmakers into passing laws that effectively violate our first amendment right to free exercise of religion?
Mobs. You'd think after 5-6 decades Conservatives would learn.
It's high time Conservatives adopt these tactics. We need to march on Washington. We need to stage rallies, We need to break windows. We need to make noise. We need to do whatever it takes to turn our country around and return it to the Constitutional Republic the founders envisioned. We need to hound our Representatives until they acquiesce.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
Yes, I know we have the tea party, but frankly, the tea party is too polite. That's why they are marginalized. We Conservatives need to get rude and loud, and force these lawmakers to do the job we elected them to do.