Thank you for stopping by for a visit. You are invited to read and comment on anything posted on this blog. I advocate the maximum amount of Personal and Economic Liberty, consistent with the defense of individual rights. I am fiscally conservative yet socially tolerant, I favor lower taxes, free trade, individual rights, strong national defense and limited government. I subscribe to the Freedom Fighters Creed: I am an American Patriot, defender of the Constitution, First Principles and Essential Liberty.

I believe that buried deep down inside every Conservative you'll find a Libertarian - And Inside Every Liberal Is A Totalitarian Screaming To Get Out.

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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Under the Radar, Tea Party Shaping Election

It’s been said that the Revolutionary War was one of the first guerrilla wars. The British army was used to fighting on open fields, marching in fixed columns toward the enemy and firing in formation. When King George sent his troops to try to crush the Colonials, the Redcoats had superior numbers, better weapons and advanced training on their side.But the Redcoats would often take severe losses from small bands of barely organized Colonial fighters who would suddenly appear from the brush or from behind a stand of trees or a small wall, fire, then disappear again into the surrounding countryside.
Today, it’s the Redcoats in the media and political establishment who may be in for a big surprise in the coming election.
Despite attempts to undermine it, dismiss it, demean it and ignore it, the Tea Party is sneaking into position.CONTINUE READING 

1 comment:

Gonendunit said...

An armed revolution may very well be our Republic's only chance to survive Tyrant Obama’s systematic destruction of our Constitution. "The tree of liberty must, from time to time, be refreshed with the blood of patriots and tyrants." - - Thomas Jefferson