Quote of the day—Sebastian

I feel like most of the politicians are pretty well polarized into one camp or another at this point, just like everybody else, and there’s not a whole lot we’re going to do other than keep some of the more soft pro-2A folks in line. Does arguing with people on social media work? Probably not. I’ve come to the conclusion social media is useful for sharing cat pictures and pictures of your rugrats for the grandparents, and that’s about it. People who spew politics all day on social media are boors, and who wants to be a boor?

March 24, 2021
What Activism Matters Anymore?
[I think this is a valid point.

I think that the best way to be an “activist” these days is to take new shooters to the range and keep them going back. The culture needs to change and the politics will follow.

Boomershoot is coming up in just one month. That is a great exposure to free America. Show them one or all of these videos:

Even if you and your guests just watch you will have a unforgettable experience. Do your part to restore freedom to our nation.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Sebastian

  1. One shouldn’t argue with communism. Their ability to use logic has been removed. Yes. One finds the task boorish in short order.
    Even Jesus said one shouldn’t be casting your pearls before swine. They will trample them into the mud. Then turn and come after you. (This is Jesus meant about not resisting evil.)
    Jesus ridiculed those that didn’t WANT to understand. Then encouraged them to go full monty with their ways. We can do the same.
    The die of American communism is cast. It needs to run it’s course as quickly as possible.

  2. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut occasionally. And this lefty is correct…at least
    in the assertion that politicians…like most Americans….are fairly polarized along
    lines of ideology. The difference is the committed left will NEVER quit trying
    to enslave us…while the quisling RINO’s in office CAN BE BOUGHT OFF…
    selling themselves AND our freedom. We are WAY WAY WAY past that
    “awkward stage” that Ms. Claire Wolfe spoke about, some 3 decades ago.

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