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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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    Joan Of Argghh | October 3, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    Things to do:

    1. Identify the power source and siphon its fuel.

    You think politicians get power from people like you and me and our money? They do not. They get power from the Media, pure and simple. Without the Media, political hacks are NOTHING.

    Why we are not picketing every podunk TV station, newspaper, media studio, etc. with pitchforks and torches is beyond me. They will NEVER do what we hope they will do: be objective. They will NEVER notice what they don’t have to notice. They have the agenda and the money to put it forth. They cloak behind a false premise of neutrality. And except for here on the Intartubes, you’d be surprised how few people even think about where their news comes from.

    OUTside, into the den of the lying jackals. Not here, in front of our computer screens.

    I’ll tell you how to fix the MSM for good. Let this upcoming presidential election be the first where conservative candidates, when taking questions from the MSM, openly recognize the as liberal. For example:

    CNBC reporter: So tell me Mr. Conservative Candidate, how can you represent a party that is openly hostile to minorities?

    Conservative Candidate: Thank you Mr. Reporter from the liberal CNBC. Since you represent the liberal public, I think it should be incumbent upon you to teach the conservative point of view to your liberal audience so they would then at least understand the conservative philosophy in order to better be able to counter it with intelligent, direct arguments. Now, I have to say, your audience knows practically nothing about our points and–frankly–sound quite ignorant to us when attempting to grasp what we’re saying, which is reflected in your question.

    And then go on to explain that the best way to support minorities is to make them financially successful. And the way to do that is not by relying on government handouts until a dream job is landed, but to start from the bottom–knowing that if you work hard–better and better jobs will follow. Etc., etc., etc.

    […] //]]> Tweet Checking my usual stops across the web I ran across this post by Professor Jacobson. Breitbart tweets a call to action for conservatives who may not be fully […]

    If this “Liberal Spring” is anything like the Arab Springs in the Middle East, we are in trouble.

    http://www.bluecollarphilosophy.com/2011/10/the-liberal-spring-heats-up-get-ready-video.html


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