Letters: Don’t revolt, just vote
January 28, 2013 5:22PM
Updated: March 1, 2013 6:19AM
To those who haven’t figured out what secular progressives are up to, let’s review. They took over our health care and attacked our religion. They attacked Wall Street. Then they attacked the rich, and are attacking our gun rights and Constitution.
All of this follows the secular progressive tactics of “poking and provoking.” Many are up in arms threatening revolt, succession, etc. Like lemmings, we are following their ploy.
I think we should not revolt, but vote. Let’s get rid of these guys with our ballots. We could also poke and provoke them a little by starting to have peaceful demonstrations, showing our great flag and signs showing our displeasure.
Don’t leave out calling our senators and representatives both federal and state levels on both sides and letting them know our displeasure. Perhaps we should also start letting the liberal press and media, in general, know our feelings regarding one-sided reporting and not support their sponsorship.
One other thought, I recently read a letter to the editor suggesting that our president is a communist, or at the very least, a communist sympathizer. I would expect that if any of this were true, someone in law enforcement would have arrested him for violating the “Communist Control Act”(68 Stat.775 U.S.C. 841-884) signed by President Dwight Eisenhower on Aug. 24, 1954.
This was one of many acts drafted with the intention of protecting America from the potential threat of communist influence. One would however have to associate communism with secular progressive liberal ideology. Perhaps reading the “Manifesto” by Karl Marx would give us some commonality.
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