Forgive my unprecedented absence from the blog today, but traveling and personal obligations kept me away from the machine. All good things.
What a whirlwind weekend in F.L.A. I can tell you that no matter how bad things get (and they will get very bad), we will not lose. Having spent three days in South Florida protesting and rallying, first on Friday for an honor killing victim whose murder was classified as an accidental coffee-table head-banging suicide by dangerous dhimmi medical examiner Laura Hair, then bouncing to Fort Lauderdale to speak at a sold-out Tea Party event benefiting the concussion care unit at Camp Leatherneck, and then dashing to Pastor Dozier’s Worldwide Church to speak and screen our Ground Zero mosque film to another packed house to benefit the soldiers, I am certain that there is no way we will not triumph.
Folks of every size, shape, and color, united by their love of country and fierce devotion to our freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution, are removing the blinders the left and the Islamic supremacists work so nefariously to employ. And they are active and angry.
So many patriots and elected officials joined us, like Adam Hasner, Mike McAllister, Joe Kaufman -- but none so hardworking and righteous as the grrrrirls who put the whole thing together. How honored I am to stand with them shoulder to shoulder: Johana, Ginger, Jinni and Danita. They were responsible for the events' success. Indeed.
Bev Perlson and Katie O’Malley both flew in and rocked the house. They are warriors in this war. The music of Treebo was moving and inspirational. Music with a message. And while yesterday’s event ran for close to four hours, the people stayed.
Huge props to Pastor Dozier for hosting us.