>Working Class

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The Elector Retards lays it down without sugar.

The good news?

The few who will stand will not have time for anything but the show itself.

Be ready.

11 responses to “>Working Class

  1. >One to send to your local media who smile and inform you that though we may be experiencing a slowdown in the recovery, better times are around the corner.

  2. >Whether I catch them nappin', or they catch me on the thunderjug, I'll have a smile on my face. Any day is a good day to die, and I will go out like a soldier. III.

  3. >We can't stop it, only survive it.–hollywoodI pretty much disagree with the class thing, but he right on about attending to food and security.

  4. >Pictures like that gives me chills every time.

  5. >He's falling into the "Us vs Them" meme set up by Liberal academics. Very short sighted. The movement needs all types. Who does he think will fund the coming frackus once the SHTF? Any "working poor" will run through their stocked supplies in a matter of weeks and then what? Will they take to the streets and burn out a fellow patriot just because he can afford an ACOG for his M4gery? Maybe he just had a bad day but he needs to can that class warfare bullshit quick lest he begin to be viewed and an anti-liberty type. CA your comments were very appro.Grenadier1

  6. >The "working class hero" shtick was a little tiresome. Last I checked, a lot of those people who are losing houses are standard middle-class folk, both white and blue collar. And there are an awful lot of people with degrees who live paycheck to paycheck, too.As Frankin said: we either hang together, or we hang separately.

  7. >Knowledge combined with work that produces something of value creates the wealth that sustains our lives. A Human economic standard. Animals forage because they lack the power of the human brain. Poverty is one of the effects of not applying the human brain.

  8. >I agree…he just doesn't get what America is about.I'll stand w/ him, though, and others, to protect our kids right to go as far as they can…or not.Class envy is a big component of Marxism.

  9. >Sour grapes leave a bad taste in the mouth…and a less than clear basis for action.Jon III

  10. >Dan III -You didn't get what he was saying. That's allright, its not your background. He wasn't making a "class warfare" argument, not really. He wrote: "the only difference is it will take place on our shores this time" and I thought instantly of the working class' experience of VN. There's tons of families who'll never get over having their boys drafted & shot down while the hippie POS kid wound up a Yuppie than the Boss who fired everyone at the plant. And, yeah, this is all just pissing them off all over again. Its like seeing the whites of their eyes now. THATS what he meant. Nothing against you & yours.

  11. Anon,
    I think it’s those same hippie POS kids that are now runnings everything into the ground.
    That’s just messed up right there!
    Screw them ALL!

    CIII