Are you willing to get your hands dirty?

“A week ago we FINALLY told them ENOUGH! Now. Will our words be shallow? Will we still expect our so called representatives to take care of it for us as we have in the past? Or are we going to get our hands dirty?”

The above is a comment from a reader. She makes a good point; what are we going to do if the Republicans sell us down the river ? Is it time to lay down and give up, or is it time to take a stand.

This is a fight after all and one with high stakes. Our very way of life is in the balance and it is going to be up to us to throw it one way or the other. If this is politics as usual then we had better be prepared to stand up to defend what we believe in ourselves.

The time for couched rhetoric and posturing will have passed. They are hell bent on destroying our culture, our freedoms and in the end our very republic. The time may well be coming soon, when it is time to take the gloves off and get our hands dirty.

Elections have consequences…….

5 responses to “Are you willing to get your hands dirty?

  1. I had a good laugh that Gruber had to get on TV ASAP to “try” to cover his ass. That would not have happened had there not been sites like this and WRSA and the Rott and MANY more who showed their displeasure, obviously enough to scare him and his handlers.
    Here’s another. It would be AWESOME if there were thousands of protestors in front of the cathedral come Friday.
    Nurses are on strike across the country. Part of it is about their not being prepared for Ebola.
    There are many ways to peaceably get our point across – it’s happening – unfortunately our “enemy” throws us a whole lot of hot coals one right after the other.
    The jihadist-in-chief and his followers are going to try everything possible to destroy as much as possible before January. I honestly don’t know how we can avoid the dirty hands….

    • I think that it is coming to the boiling point. It is insult and injustice one after the other. I heard that a group of 200 sheriffs was set to go to DC about the immigration mess.I’m surprised that it hasn’t boiled over already, but people don’t want this. We didn’t ask for it and as long as there are political solutions we keep trying them. It is at the point though, that if the republicans go on as business as usual, I think there will be repercussions. I really think that the Bundy ranch was/is a lot bigger deal than some would think. It really showed the level of frustration, mistrust and anger that is brewing.Connecticut, I think, will be the next stand.

      • Re political solutions – Another quote from a woman at News With Views – name Davvy – “When Patrick Henry said “I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience”, it is no different than today. And, as I have said ad nauseum so many times over the past two plus decades: If your incumbent didn’t get the job done in the 2, 4, 6, 10, 20 or 30 years they’ve been in the Outlaw Congress what makes you believe they will get it done this time around?”
        Re Bundy – Jay – are you aware gov is going back at him again? If you haven’t seen it I’ll find it.
        Oh jeeze too much ongoing – Connecticut, Connecticut – what have I missed?
        The boil over point I see will be Ebola because there is NO ONE in America on left or right who is not a potential for – DEAD as a door knob and we all know it. It is that in your face/can’t run and hide thing that makes the sloths into something else…..

      • CT made anywhere from 20 to 50 thousand of it’s citizens felons when they decided not to comply with this:Connecticut has bans on defined ‘assault weapons,’ which includes selective fire firearms unless purchased before October 1, 1993, and a limited list of semiautomatic AR, AK, and SKS variants. Magazines holding more than 10 rounds are considered Large Capacity Magazines and are prohibited, with grandfathering for those possessed prior to April 4, 2013 provided they are registered with DESPP by January 1, 2014.[12] On April 4, 2013, Governor Malloy signed a comprehensive gun control bill that expands the scope of the assault weapon ban by reducing the number of defined features from two to one, while adding 100 specific firearms to the existing assault weapons ban list. Such weapons that were lawfully owned prior to the enactment of the law are grandfathered, but must be registered with the DESPP. Exceptions to the ban also exist for law enforcement and military members, but these weapons too must be registered.” They have backed off momentarily, but if enforcement by SWAT starts then their are a lot of 3% planning on getting involved.

      • I sent you a mail at your bell address with some owl pics

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