Is this the strongest response we can muster?

It is said when when you are in a bar and someone is challenging you, and you do not have the opportunity to escape, you better prepare for battle. What you don’t do is try to reason with an assailant, because it is way too late for that. So, instead of throwing your hands up and pleading, you amp yourself up and get the adrenaline flowing. Memories Pizza has made it clear that we are in a bar fight.

Currently here is how we are responding to the maliciousness of the left. [mc_name name=’Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’R000146′ ] admits he lies and says he has no regrets because Obama won.

Our response: *slack jaw* “Unbelievable!”  “wow!” Or, if we are feeling mean and snarky, “That is so uncalled for!”

What our response should be: “You rotten son of a bitch  your  gonna pay!”

The libs respond that way, and it doesn’t take much to elicit that response from them. I have said this before but it is worth repeating. We are not teaching them anything by a passive response. Our passivity only empowers them. Plus, once they have threatened violence the debate then turns to war and their grievances and point of view, are no longer valid. In other words, I don’t care how care how angry and how fearful they are. Once you threaten to burn down someone’s place of business, your hopes, dreams, concerns or struggle for justice are of no consequence to me. I don’t understand you and I don’t care. My goal is to defeat you.

We need to be able to think like this to defeat Isis. We will lose if we don’t. Let’s take our cues from Benjamin Netanyahu and come up with better, more ferocious response to evil, than we have thus far.

Now, I am aware that there are those who still believe our mission is to educate and persuade. That is all well and good, but in order to do that we better soften them up and make them a little more receptive to our message. Right now, a good kick in their britches is what’s needed to achieve that end.