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What if they had a revolution and no body was ready to come?

I can’t remember, in my lifetime,  a more important time in our nation’s future than now.  And I’m sick of hearing that “I’m not ready to run” or “my wife’s not sure if I should, yet.”

If you’re not ready, then get out of the business and get out of our way because we are in dire straits right now and we don’t need you’re pussy rhetoric.  And furthermore, I’m sick of these pansies trying to dress up like conservatives when they are nothing like one. That means Christie and Daniels, specifically.

I’m also talking about real conservatives – Ryan and Rubio – who won’t run when the nation is begging for them. The time is NOW. There will be no chance in ’16 to fix this. It will be beyond fixing by then.

How would it have been if Sam Adams or Thomas Paine said “I’m just not ready for this revolution thing yet. Come back in 6 years”?

This guy needs to run for president

I think this is the second of his commercials I’ve seen on YouTube and they’re great.

H/T HotAir.com

The Manchurian President – my book club choice

As David Horowitz emphasizes, citing an SDS radical who once wrote, “the issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.”  In other words, the cause – whether inner city blacks or women – is never the real cause, but only an ocassion to advance the real cause which is the culmination of power to make the revolution. That was the all consuming focus of Alinsky and his radicals.”

from The Manchurian President by Aaron Klein

In other words, the ends justify the means. Use whatever means, whatever useful idiot, use any group who feels victimized, to obtain the ends (goals) which is power and control.

Remember Obama’s words during the campaign: “we are the ones we’ve been waiting for”? He  wasn’t speaking to the adoring crowd, those with tear streaked faces hanging on his every word. He was speaking to the elite progressives, his real people, the small circle of academics and ideologues, the 60’s radicals who had come of age and wrested the ultimate power.

The progressives had accomplished what they had always said they would: bore from within. And now, as Horowitz says in Klein’s book, like termites, they are eating the very foundation of this nation.