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    Wake Up Tweet of the Day

    #OccupyWallStreet is organized agitprop designed to deflect attention from the Obama administration’s failings onto “Wall Street,”  although many of the participants don’t understand how they are being used.  The Washington Post now is fully aboard Team Obama, doing its best to take down Rick Perry this week, next week someone else.  AxelPlouffe messaging is all class warfare all the time, and will be for the next 13 months.

    And what are we doing?  Silly antics like day-long sniping at others who are on our side.

    Get motivated:


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    William A. Jacobson | October 3, 2011 at 5:19 pm

    And I going to have to give a Bluto-like pep talk here? It’s not over, it’s not over until we say it’s over. You can’t solve all the problems, but take this as a wake up call to get active.

    lmckinley | October 3, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    Read this article at Pajamas Media. It is very inspirational!

    My husband started a conservative blog.

    I send my liberal family members and friends conservative articles all the time – they probably toss them but just in case.

    I recommend good blog post or articles on Facebook.

    Not doing much but it’s a start and completely free.

      This is great. Is he networking yet? Check out the blog rolls on conservative sites you like and add them to your blog if you like them. That’s a great way to find new conservatives who aren’t as well known as our beloved Professor Jacobson. Ditto FB and Twitter. Join Freedomworks or some other conservative or TEA Party group, either online or in your community. If there isn’t one, start one.

      Look into getting on your local school board or any local office. Wear a flag pin. Or a cross if you’re Christian. If there’s anything the left hates (and I live in MA, so I know, heh) it’s seeing someone wearing a cross and / or a flag pin. Reach out in your community, start having cookouts, or I guess in much of the country it’s getting cooler, so maybe movie nights where you get together to watch a patriotic movie and chat about how we’ll mobilize for 2012.

      There are a bazillion things we can do, from the small to the not-so-small, but all are rooted in our patriotism and principles, our American spirit. We need to get that back, and it won’t happen on its own. We have to do it. Heck, if you can sing and have friends who sing, why not go to the park and sing the National Anthem or My Country Tis of Thee or America the Beautiful? (Make sure you don’t need a license, of course)

    votermom | October 3, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Here is something we can all do:
    Starting tomorrow, let’s rattle the establishment by getting this message out:
    Run, Sarah, Run.
    Blog it, Tweet it, Facebook it, write it on your car in dust.
    Spread the word.

    kobayashi | October 3, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    ! Emphatically.
    None of the Republican candidates is going to get “Favorable Treatment” – they will all be “Palinized”.

    I watched a “Fox News Sunday” that included a Cain Interview with the same Chris Wallace who brushed off Cain weeks ago as a “Not a Serious Contender”.
    As a separate “Sound byte” Cain came out hard against the
    Obama/Media/DNC racist line, but it was not contiguous.

    On the same day Georgia executed the observed Cop Executioner, Texas executed the killer of the black man in East Texas that was exploited against Bush.

    Christiana Amanpour interviewed Cain on ABC and that interview drew the publicity.

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