What do I want tomorrow?

In that vein…

Crush Them

The duel between “progressivism” — which is really just anti-Constitutionalism — and patriotic loyalty to the Republic as founded has been going on for a century. And the record of the “progressives” has been a disgrace, from Woodrow Wilson’s resegregation of the military, through FDR’s corrupt bargain with gangland that helped him secure the Democratic nomination in 1932 over Al Smith, through DNC member Bull Connor’s fire-hosing of civil-rights marchers. A political philosophy that masquerades as compassion and the alleviation of misery instead results in its prolongation, the better to create a permanent underclass of dependent voters (Tammany Hall developed the template more than a century ago), and the modern GOP establishment has signally failed to point that out.

…The definition of victory in war is not a 50.1 percent majority that allows the other side to keep fighting — it’s the battleship Missouri, on whose deck the losing side signs articles of capitulation. The modern Left — the unholy spawn of ’30s gangland and ’60s academic Marxism — must be forced to its knees in surrender. There’s a honored place in our political system for a leftist party, one that pushes for improvement in areas that need improving, but not one devoted to revolutionary “fundamental change.” A vote for Romney tomorrow is a vote against the socialist elements that seized control of the JFK/Scoop Jackson Democratic party in 1972, and has worked against America’s best interests ever since. A vote for Romney tomorrow is a vote for a restoration of the old Jacksonian — Andrew, that is — Democratic party, a true populist party shorn of its Communist accretions that is every bit as all-American as the other guys…

It’s up to the electorate tomorrow to show them that the dream is really a nightmare, from which it’s time to awake, that the cause of America always endures, and the work of restoring our founding principles begins anew today.

Both Obama and the Mainstream Media is being  judged tomorrow, if the bias, the lies and the willingness to believe by the national media  can fail to re-elect their own biggest creation then Barry won’t be the only one losing his job…

Wave goodbye to the Obama media

By tomorrow night we’ll likely know the name of the next president. But we already know the loser in this election cycle: political reporters. They’ve disgraced themselves. Conservatives have long complained about liberal bias in the media, and with some justification. But it has finally reached the tipping point. Not in our lifetimes have so many in the press dropped the pretense of objectivity in order to help a political candidate. The media are rooting for Barack Obama. They’re not hiding it.

We could go on. The point is that many in the press are every bit as corrupt as conservatives have accused them of being. The good news is, it’s almost over. The broadcast networks, the big daily newspapers, the newsweeklies — they’re done. It’s only a matter of time, and everyone who works there knows it. That may be why so many of them seem tapped out, lazy and enervated, unwilling to stray from the same tired story lines. Some days they seem engaged only on Twitter, where they spend hours preening for one another and sneering at outsiders.

By the next presidential cycle most of these people will be gone. They’ll have moved on to academia or think tanks or Democratic senate campaigns, or wherever aging hacks go when their union contracts finally, inevitably get voided. They’ll be replaced by a vibrant digital marketplace filled with hungry young reporters who care more about breaking stories than maintaining access to some politician or regulator…

By the hardworking, Glenn Harlan Reynolds (of Insta-Pundit)

Re-elect and we’ll see how much worse it can be

An amusing Tea Party billboard features President Obama saying “Things Could Be Worse. Re-Elect Me And I’ll Prove It!”

Well, it would be more amusing if it weren’t so obviously true. By any reasonable measure, Obama’s is a failed presidency. The stimulus failed to stimulate, with unemployment remaining vastly higher than administration economists predicted — even without the stimulus, much less with it. (An awful lot of the stimulus money also seemed to wind up in the hands of Obama cronies and contributors, too.)…

When elected, Obama was inexperienced: Most of his career in government was in the Illinois State Senate, with only a couple of years experience in the U.S. Senate, most of which he spent running for president. He had no private-sector experience, no executive experience (beyond the Harvard Law Review) and little knowledge of the United States beyond the major metropolitan areas of New York, Boston and Chicago. It would have been a miracle if he had turned out to be competent…

All that has been said, all that I’ve posted in the last two years will be for naught if this empty chair is re-elected and he could be. I’m very much afraid that he is very likely to be.  After all, the media dogs have mostly been successful in concealing Benghazi from the American People.  The two billion dollar barrage of lies has numbed, confused and misdirected the electorate about his record of waste and cronyism.

The truth is the margin of victory has to be much higher for Mitt Romney than it does for Barry Soetoe, if the Democratic Machine can get a total tool like Al Franken elected after losing by 5 % , than in a election with all the chips on the table, the election tomorrow is closer and more at risk than that. 

If you see something, say something…

Vote Fraud: Who you gonna call?

True the Vote, the organization ABC refers to as the nation’s leading anti-voter fraud group, has announced their election integrity hot lines for tomorrow.

Concerned citizens are encouraged to report any incidents outside of polling locations with True the Vote’s official Election Integrity Hotline (http://www.truethevote.org/incident-report/). Citizens may submit incidents over the phone by dialing 855-444-6100. Descriptions and photos should be directed to freeandfair@truethevote.org.True the Vote will verify credible reports and submit those appropriate local authorities.

What comes after if that happens? ____________if we still have the courage to refuse to be enslaved.  Because if this Tyrant is given another four years, than all our freedoms (Supreme Court appointments, remember?) will be gone.

This election is only close because our own money (real and imagined) was used to buy the votes of nearly half the electorate.  The only thing that trumps gold, is ____. 

This is not an normal election.

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Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. Tea Party supporter. Do like to kayak, cook, take photos, bike, watch old movies and read.
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2 Responses to What do I want tomorrow?

  1. Two years later I look back at that day before the Presidential Election of 2012, now we know there was so much more going on then we could realize. Benghazi was only the tip of the iceberg. That election could have been won (Romney probably did win, if angels counted the ballots); but there was the illegal IRS interference with Conservative political groups, the flagrant vote stealing in the key precincts in key states (the one Ohio poll worker stupid enough to go to jail only did so because she boasted on TV about her cheating and is already out, released by a corrupt Democrat judge.)
    Obama’s popularity peaked with the election, almost two years later and he reached the bottom of the polls and is digging himself deeper. Doesn’t matter of course, he’s run his last election. You have to give his handlers credit, perfect management. By fair means or foul, they pushed him up just high enough and let the vote stealers finish the job. Proving any of it means nothing now, after all who are you going to give your evidence to? Eric Holder?
    As a recent post on another blog said, that election did something very dangerous. It destroyed our faith in the honesty and truthfulness of the fundamental institutions of American politics and government. Government agencies aren’t supposed to interfere on one side of a election, to favor one person or party over another even before the election is held. The IRS, the FBI, the Census Bureau and the Attorney General of the United States all did. And got caught, and then the Main Stream Media looked the other way.

    What the Democrats, the Progressives and their cronies forgot is something very dangerous. When the people of a country can no longer trust their government and it’s institutions; the vote, their retirement, the political impartiality of public schools even the GD Federal Census. Then they act. Do you think that so many hundreds of men and women (some armed, most not) traveled so far over mountains and into the empty plains because they just liked rancher Bundy or thought his grievance with the BLM was so important? Or were they angry, frustrated and hungry for the chance to do something, if necessary something violent.
    We who are here in the USA are the descendants of those who built this country over the course of centuries. Many of our antecedents were violent, greedy, prejudiced, hard working, God fearing men and women. The phrase “Revert to type” means to resume characteristics that were thought to have disappeared, I can feel myself reverting to type now. But I can’t tell if I’m going with the Irish Brawlers whose surname means “Strong in Battle”, or something else. But if the put upon working class in this country have actually given up on this government and most of it’s leaders and if enough of us “Revert to Type“. It’s going to get ugly.

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