If You See A Blue Line Painted On The Curb, THIS Is What It Means

Now is the time to back our blue, now is the time they need Americans to give them a reason to head to the frontlines for us. Simply, thanking them for their service won’t get far these days, not with 1 thank you for every 50 negative comment, or attack.

Today, even soccer moms are giving Police Officers threatening attitude and disrespect when they get pulled over. Why? Well, because Obama has made it quite clear that respecting our men and women in blue, is not necessary. We can do what we want, when we want, without worry of consequence. UNLESS YOU’RE ONE OF THE GOOD ONES! Then..you pay. That’s how Obama’s America works.

Police Officers are under it seems constant assault now…and they need to know they have something to fight for.

Americans are now responding to this need and doing everything they can to “Back the Blue”

There is one way that is seeming to catch fire! Painting a blue stripe on your curb, is now a show of support for any law enforcement. It’s a signal that they can find safe haven at your place, and if situation called for it, even support.

This is not the only way though! Check these out!

At the end of the day, you have the good guys and you have the bad guys. There has always been, and there will always be right and wrong. These are things you cannot change, yet are the very things Obama’s America is trying to change. Criminals are now the victims, and police officers are now the criminals.

Well screw that! It’s bullcrap.

We need our Police Officers, and if we stand-by and do nothing, their opposition will get their way, and that’s BAD FOR ALL OF US! Their opposition is ours.

Help bare them up, and lighten their burden. They are out their risking their lives, we can at least show them we support them and that their sacrifice is not in vain.

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