I have noticed that many people go on with their lives and do not notice or care about what goes on in Washington D. C. or in Columbus, Ohio. Others care, but only because they do not want the money or benefits from the government to stop. Yet others spend many hours of their time to fight what they see as tyranny in an ever growing and repressive government. I think almost all of these people love their country and, in their own way, will defend it.
The progressives in congress and their propaganda arm, i.e. the news media, slander those that work to defend the U. S. Constitution and belong to a patriot group such as a tea party. They call them racist if they criticize the president, a terrorist if they defend the Second Amendment, teabagger for supporting the Constitution, a national security threat for speaking out, a traitor for exposing corruption in the government, a conspiracy theorist for presenting documented facts, a birther if they question the documentation of the president, a war monger for supporting our troops, anti-American if they do not agree with the regime, and greedy capitalist if they believe they are entitled to keep what they earn.
There are many more names and hate-speak coming from the left. I believe they talk and act like this because the patriot groups are hurting their agenda. As Saul Alinsky teaches the left in his “Rules for Radicals” rule #5 “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” Isolate and ridicule is a lesson well-learned by our community organizer president and his ilk. This is not only a war of Ideas, philosophy, and name-calling. It is a spiritual war. One only has to look at the moral decay and the rise of evil all over the world. “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this age, against spiritual host of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12) “In a nation such as this where the people choose their leaders, if the Congress be ignorant, reckless, and corrupt, it is because the people tolerate ignorance, recklessness, and corruption.” President James Garfield