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Good Advice

Over at Keyboard and a .45:

We are going to have a choice in the general election. A choice between a far left statist, and a left leaning statist (quiet possibly a left leaning, authoritarian statist). This makes me sick. It also makes me angry, but not angry enough to just say “forget it” and sit the whole process out.

We have legislators to elect. Since we have pretty much lost the White House already, we have to work even harder to get rid of the dead wood and elect quality representatives on Capitol Hill. Look to your local elections, and fight the good fight.

That’s good advice.  The best thing we can do to advance our cause is work to get politicians elected at the local level who support liberty.  They’ll eventually work their way up to leadership positions.

5 Responses to “Good Advice”

  1. Jeff says:

    We are in for a long walk in the wilderness……but I agree. Rather than vote for She Who Will Not Be Named or that other dude, hold your nose vote lesser of two evils…..all the while voting to recapture/hold onto canidates at the local level who support liberty. Once we thin out the dead wood, we can have our pick. Down with the RINOS!!!!!!

  2. BobG says:

    I agree 100%; a president can’t do as much harm if you get the right people in the Congress and Senate.

  3. sanchez "Jack" says:

    I’m still curious as to why won’t a few gun bloggers try their hand in politics. That “Pro-Gun Progressive” guy is giving it a try.

  4. sanchez "Jack" says:

    Quite a while until the next election. Plenty of time for me. I think now I’m going to start putting up a little money for the next canidate that I support and start pulling a few strings to get a few old friends interested in politics. Help get rid of the “dead wood” as many of you call it. If the Fabian Society or whatever it was called can pull it off I’m sure a bunch of gunnies can do that same.

  5. Sebastian says:

    I’m still curious as to why won’t a few gun bloggers try their hand in politics. That “Pro-Gun Progressive” guy is giving it a try.

    I have to make a living. Politics is a rich extrovert’s game, and I’m not rich and not an extrovert.

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