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A lesson from World War II

03 Nov

The recent attacks on Hermain Cain, whether true or not, are indicative of what conservatives will be up against between now and November 2012. Unemployment is over 9%, spending and the deficit are out of control, our foreign policy seems to be installing radical Islamist regimes in the Middle East and the left is focused on what Herman Cain did or did not do years ago. Shades of things to come.

We need to be prepared for how the left and their compliant media outlets are going to wage this political campaign. For inspiration, I am reminded of the remarkable words of Winston Churchill when things were looking bleak for the survival of the Western world.

We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender…

We can not give up because the left is vicious. If Obama wins reelection the country could be permanently altered into something unrecognizeable. Winston Churchill knew it would be tough to win, but win he did.

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Posted by on November 3, 2011 in politics

 

One response to “A lesson from World War II

  1. P. Henry Saddleburr

    November 3, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    And to draw from another WWII analogy, after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor Admiral Yamamoto is quoted as having said that he feared they had woken a sleeping giant. He was right, but with this political lurch to the left, Obama too has woken a sleeping giant and he knows it.

    The left is doomed and they know that their party and their policies are about to tossed onto the scrap heap of American history.

    Unceremoniously.

     

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