He said, “now I’m depressed.”

I ruined my friends night by explaining some realities – my realities – to him. After an hour on the phone he said, “Now I’m depressed. What are we supposed to do next?”

To begin with, you have to start thinking like they think.

I believe the first thing Obama will do, as I blogged last night and as Rush foretold today, is to push amnesty through. Just like the Stimulus bill, this bill has already been written. I think it was a promise, among many, that he made to those democrat congressmen and women to get their votes on health care. If they can give him health care, then ram amnesty through, they will have a custom built voting bloc and more importantly, Obama will have one in ’12.

I believe that if the right is able to win back the majority, in the House at least, Obama will have something to run against, just as Rush also foretold today. Right now, all Obama has is a rubber stamp on Capital Hill. That’s great to get his social changes in place but when he runs for re-election in ’12 what will he have to run against? Unless we get a really stellar conservative, and Good Lord, I hope we do, he has have the Congress to run against. It’s the Obama way – demonize something or someone. He will demonize the Republican majority in the Congress who held up his “transformation” of America.

But let’s don’t forget, Obama’s done the bulk of his transforming before Novemeber ’10. He had to do it because he knew that after November, he’d no longer have the majority to do it with. He knew this last year. He knew this after the election of ’08 when Democrats were swept in to office with him. He knew that this majority would only last until the next election because he knew that Americans would be outraged at his vision of transformation.

And he was right.

We are outraged.

Within the next few months or year, Justice Stevens will be retiring. That means another liberal Justice on the court. The very court that will be hearing the States cases against the federal government’s unConstitutional health care laws. Another domino that falls on the side of  the Marxists. How we overcome this one, I’m not sure. Perhaps repealing the law in Congress will be enough.

But if we don’t start thinking 2 or 3 steps ahead of these people, and prepare for the absolute worst, we will never reclaim this country. Another term of Obama will nail the coffin closed. We should not be depressed. We should put on our game faces and prepare for whatever they throw ahead of us. They cannot be allowed to ruin the nation.

We have Founder’s promises and future generation’s dreams that have to be protected.

Don your helmets and shields, Patriots. It’s time for the real battle.


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