Yesterday, I made an announcement that I was going to start adding to this blog as well as continue to live in the twitterverse, and be seen on Facebook. Then I found out Andrew Breitbart had died. The loss of Andrew left a huge hole in the culture war. Like most of us in the movement, I knew Breitbart was big, but I didn't know how big he was until his passing. Now the question is: "What do we do now?" Below are some suggestions.
1) Get on social media. Help fill the hole left by Breitbart. I am going to blog, tweet, write, raise the BS flag, and destroy the left when I'm on The Political Cesspool. I'm not the next Andrew Breitbart, but maybe the next comic strip character Andy Capp.
2)Get involved. Get off the web once in a while and get out. First and foremost: vote. Too often, people say that their vote doesn't count. Tell that to the Congress' of 1994, 2006, and 2010! Tell that to Jesse Ventura, George Pataki, and Scott Brown. If you don't like the candidate, get off your ass and run for office. Next: go to town hall meetings, call in radio shows, and call your local representatives. Remember; the squeaky wheel gets the grease.
3) Get other people involved. The five of us can't do it all ourselves. People will spend time and money following a football team, or a car with a big number or a celebrity. Yet they don't see the world around them falling apart. Convince them to do something. Convince them that celebrities won't be there when you lose your job, pay higher gas prices, pay higher taxes, get groped at the airport, or swarmed by illegal aliens.