United We Stand: Day of Resistance
In the Bible story, God decided to destroy the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah due to their wickedness. He ordered Lot to removed his family, warning them not to look back. While exiting the city, Lot's wife disobediently looked back and was instantly turned into a pillar of salt.
It occurred to me that you never know how effective the left's relentless PR campaigns promoting their agenda have been on even those in your own household. The left uses its bully pulpit of the liberal mainstream media to daily brand freedom and traditional values as racist, stupid, and outdated.
Perhaps the reason why Lot's wife looked back while leaving the doomed city is because she had begun believing that homosexuality was normal -- maybe God and her husband were out of touch with the times. Somewhere along the way, Lot's wife lost sight of the truth or found it easier to compromise her values and simply go along to get along with her neighbors and friends.
I am witnessing such a scenario among folks I once respected as rock-solid conservatives. Since the re-election of Obama, far too many folks on our side are willing to compromise basic foundational conservative principles, thinking it will win them coveted low-info voters.
This is why events such as the Day of Resistance are so important. Despite the fact that the media will probably ignore the over 120 rallies across America, the rallies are crucial to our movement. They empower us -- educating citizens regarding their rights, letting patriots know they are not alone, and encouraging us to keep resisting Obama's tyranny.
I tip my hat to TheTeaParty.net for putting the Day of Resistance together. We at Conservative Campaign Committee have proudly lent our support.
We must get back into the thick of the battle, patriots. See you at the Day of Resistance. United, we stand!