Monday, December 6, 2010
Guardians of Liberty
I wrote a book, The Constitutionalist: Rights To Die For, to reach out to my fellow Americans and explain to them that what was going on was wrong, even illegal. I have taken part in the Tea Party Convention in Nashville, the Take The Town Halls to DC event, and 8/28. I have been doing everything I could think of to stem this inexorable outward flow of freedom.
I have been working on a project and have hinted at it a number of times. Today, I unveil that project: Guardians of Liberty. We are all guardians of our own liberty and this organization will help us all to be better guardians, to come together with others and take a stand. A lot of the details are at the website.
Think of this: if you had a small group, say 50 people who wanted to go to DC and protest to demand the override the veto of Obamacare, what would you do? What effect would you have? Would there be anything that would come of it? Probably not. But, what if you could coordinate that effort with 60 other small groups who would like to support the veto? What if all you could do was send a few representatives? Would that do any good? But what if those representatives met up with hundreds more?
Okay, what if you didn't want to protest, but wanted to support one you have seen on TV, or have been following through a blog? How would you donate? How would you be able to support it directly without going through a few different organizations and what if your donation was not used for that protest, but went into the coffers of that organization? We protect your cash and dedicate it to the struggle, because that is all we are accepting donations to do.
What if you didn't have any money to donate, weren't part of an organization, but were really ticked off about illegal immigration? Where would you go? How would you defend your liberty?
See, that's what Guardians of Liberty is all about, that is why you are already a member if you will guard your own liberty. We just want to help.
On January 21, 2011 we will hold a rally on the steps of the capitol and that will kick off the following siege that will last until Obamacare is finally totally repealed. We will keep the heat on the congress until someone overrides the veto, or Obama gives in and lets the thing become law without his signature. From there, there are a number of other issues, all with different goals and trigger points. We will be there to coordinate that, too, because this is all about liberty and those who will guard it against assault.
We will not go anywhere. We will remain in DC to setup and coordinate the people who, even individually, want to come and express their outrage. Here's the best part, do it in conjunction with a vacation. Walk the grounds of your monuments, soak up the liberty that is your birthright and when you get ticked off that there are people in that town who would love to see you denied the gift of your forefathers, come join the siege, we will be waiting.
As you will see on the website, there is no limit to it. It can occur locally, too. All it requires are people willing to take that next step and demand, in some way, their liberty. Is that you?
Most of you recall a post a wrote called Night Sweats of a Small Businessman. That is all true. But, nothing is as important as this moment in time, to which I am willing to sacrifice everything I have. I will pledge $10,000 to this cause from the last bit of money I have been able to save my whole working life. I hope I don't have to use all of that ten grand, but I have set it aside to make sure this thing gets a life, starts to breath on its own, because I don't think that money is going to be worth the paper it is printed on if we don't turn something around NOW.
That is my pledge to you, a guardian of liberty. Join me. Join all of us who will stand and fight for it.
Cross-posted at WASHINGTON REBEL.
Posted by T.L. Davis at 8:45 AM