Lessons from 2013

2013 saw an array of assaults from the communist left; from gun control to Obamacare. But the right is fighting back. 2013 witnessed the rise of the Libertarians. It saw filibusters from Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. It saw the continuation of the Tea Party movement, when many said it was over. The Tea Party facebook page is now over 2 million strong. That’s two million people just like you and me, who aren’t afraid of what their aunties and uncles, nephews, sisters, brothers, parents, friends and co-workers think of them. That’s two million people who know what is right, who know what is wrong, and know that something must be done about it; no matter what others may think of them.

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The left has so poisoned the media and the general culture, which starts at the poisoned education centers, that people are now concerned only with feelings, instead of what is right and wrong. We’ve got nanny states, who pamper our kids, and who exclude individuals who step out of line.

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2013 saw the farce that is government, spend more money shutting down monuments and parks than it would have taken to keep them open, in order to make people feel bad. It then saw veterans from around the nation throw these barricades onto the White House lawn. It saw the media ignore this, all the while the independent alternative media went crazy, and images were bounced all over the internet for the entire world to see.

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After the cowardly and stupid push for gun control in Colorado, 2013 saw this states citizens create a petition, and recall its out of touch senators.

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2013 proved that no matter how strong the few in power are, no matter how many useful idiots they have at their feet, they are fundamentally weak because they do not stand on principles. They have no honor and integrity, and in this new information age, the world is beginning to see right through them. So do not let your hearts be troubled by the avalanche of stupidity that is swelling at our feet from their crookedness. Stand up and be strong. Find your principles, stand on them. Be a light in the dark, be a person of honor and integrity. Speak up, and remember that “Ten people who speak make more noise than ten thousand who are silent.” – Napoleon

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Continue to read about the founding fathers, about Ayn Rand, continue to fill your head with truths. Be the person who can call out a lie, and dismiss it quickly and finally with the truth.

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2013 has taught me that anything is possible. That no matter how dark things may seem, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. Keep your feet planted firmly on the ground, and stand out for all the world to see. We survived 2013, let us continue the fight back into 2014!

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6 responses to “Lessons from 2013

  1. It is so sad that Rand Paul has endorsed a progressive such as Mitch McConnell. McConnell has been bought and paid for by corporations and unions. Senator Paul should not have turned his back on those of us who have supported him for so long. Just who in office can we trust? None!

    • We should never trust anyone in office. They should always be held accountable, with their feet to the fire. Rand Paul also endorsed Romney when his dad was still in the race, before the GOP convention in 2012. I think it’s all a bigger ploy, to get elected president in 2016. He’s playing the game. Standing up for his fellow Kentuckians to build a consensus.

  2. Paul, you’re like the fresh scent of a new born. Keep that hope.
    The world is far better with you in it.

    Cyd

  3. Rand Paul as his dad did is playing this game of strategy because he learned from the best. Listen to him and keep your faith. Always be hawkish even watching Rand. I think he is part of that “silver lining” we have been looking for. But remember your eyes should be like a hawk.

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