As we gather with our friends and loved ones in the coming days to celebrate the holiday’s, take a moment to reflect (and if so inclined pray for) the victims of the Connecticut Massacre.
But also take a moment to reflect (and if so inclined pray for) yourself, and our Nation and ask yourself what you are willing to do, what sacrifices are you personally prepared to make to ensure that those in Congress do not get away with ghoulishly exploiting this tragedy to further increase their stranglehold on power and control.
We all have lives and responsibilities outside the 2 A movement that’s true. And most times it seems there simply isn’t enough hours in the day, believe me I know. But, is that football game on TV more important then organizing a rally , writing a letter , calling a talk show, or speaking to a group of potential patriots? Is sitting on your couch more important then sitting in ( or even outside) your legislators office and making it clear that you will not go away until your views are heard and actually respected? Is reading Cosmo or Vanity Fair or Popular Mechanics more important then reading the philosophy of the Founding Fathers and educating yourself on the facts regarding the endless fallacies put forth as undisputed facts by our enemies?
And finally this …………… are you simply an “arm chair commando” full of false bravado and lots of talk? Or are you truly willing to take up the mantle of the Founder’s and risk your fortune, lives and sacred honor in taking a stand against tyranny and for liberty? Do you want your legacy to be one of being remembered in the histories as a turtle, pulling in your head and hiding? Or as a patriot, who if the worst comes to pass, will be remembered as willing to fight and make whatever sacrifices are required in defense of freedom?
How will you answer your children and grandchildren in the future when they ask you with pain in their eyes why you did nothing to fight for their future freedom?
Pick up the phone, the pen, a keyboard or a protest sign today and make your voice heard.
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