Alinsky’s Rule Number One

RULE 1: “Power is not only what you have, but what the enemy thinks you have.”

This immature mouth breather has succumbed to a fear of the power of the National Rifle Association. That’s a good thing.

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4 Responses to Alinsky’s Rule Number One

  1. Frank in Texas says:

    No one who pushes for abolishment of the 2nd Amendment is safe from the NRA or any law abiding American who wishes to protect themselves from morons like this.

  2. Slaphappypap says:

    Does this moron change his own flat tire in fear of the AAA?

  3. messup says:

    The Progressive New Left Activist agenda 2008 – 2012 then 2012-2016 for the United States of America is as follows!
    Destroy: 1) religion, 2) education, 3) financial system, and finally its 4) governance.
    1) Religion destruction is being spearheaded by ACLU and anti-christian community type organizations. (begun in 2009)
    2) Education is under Bill Ayer’s sole responsibility and its handmaidens: NEA and Unions seeking to promote “inclusion.” (begun in 1998, accelerated in 2009)
    3) Financial, is being led by every major USA Bank, Federal Reserve, as well as Foreign Banking interests and monied, wealthy individuals worthy of their :greed, power and corruption. (was underway in 2004 to 2006, accelerated in 2010)
    4) Governance is moving into a command/control economy, top-down executive decision-making model, with a “Global Economic’ flavor to it. (begun in Carter’s administration and accelerated in Clinton’s).
    This requires decimation of: America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, Its “laissez-faire” type of economic system, and government as every Americans ‘caretaker’ instead of “Our Creator.”
    Either Progressive New Left Activists are allowed to continue their march towards totalitarianism or America wakes-up, decides to ‘pushback’ against this tide of rising totalitarianism, opting instead for unbridled capitalism! Simple. Pray. Amen.

  4. notamobster says:

    Power perceived is power achieved.