Posted on | August 27, 2012 | 30 Comments
At Breitbart, emphasis mine:
When asked whether it was inappropriate for former SEALs to speak out, as some on the left have alleged, Zinke answered, “If the veterans can’t speak out, who can?
I think it’s a duty of every veteran and every citizen to be actively involved in our political process,
especially when the president sets out to negotiate away our rights under the Constitution. There have been other veterans — TR, Eisenhower, JFK — they’ve been active in speaking out and shaping the policy and politics of our country. I’m going to stand for what I believe in, and I’m encouraging every veteran and every citizen to do the same. Our country is at a crossroads, and this election is certainly the most important in my lifetime.”
On a related note emphasis again mine:
Michael Ubaldi writes: “I saw [2016: Obama's America] with a friend this afternoon. The theater was easily three-quarters full. We were among a handful without gray hair, but for me, the D’Souza film matters in the same way the Chick-fil-A support day did: unanticipated conservative turnout.”
Americans, unexpectedly, are failing to live down to the Left’s model of a mindless lump of meat. I, for one, blog to echo Zinke’s sentiment. I’ve been blessed by God far above anything I merit, and fighting back against the spirit of the Commie tyranny embodied in the modern Democrat party. This blog comes to you out of my strong sense of duty to the Constitution, in its pre-Progressive ante-Postmodern liberty-centric form.
The Commies are going down. Patton:
You know, by God I, I actually pity those poor bastards we’re going up against, by God, I do.
Update: linked at Daily Pundit.