November 6, 2012

"What a Revoltin' Development This Is"


Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 6, 2012 9:43 PM
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"It is impossible to speak in such a way that you cannot be misunderstood." -- Karl Popper N.B.: Comments are moderated and may not appear immediately. Comments that exceed the obscenity or stupidity limits will be either edited or expunged.

They own it now--the lousy economy, the deficient, the higher insurance premiums, all of it. I am no longer concerned about leaving a crushing debt burden on the young. They voted for it. Let them pay for it.

Posted by: Teri Pittman at November 6, 2012 10:16 PM

The Takers now outnumber the Makers. Sigh.

Posted by: MarkH at November 6, 2012 10:18 PM

There will be other means at our disposal for the disposal. Let them have their party. We aren't through, by a long shot.

Posted by: Jewel at November 6, 2012 10:26 PM

Yes Jewel, this generation is through.

It'll take a massive reset before anything can change now. The takers now have control and they will continue to grow and feed until there is nothing left.

Posted by: pdwalker at November 6, 2012 11:30 PM

Well so much for your dreams of a Romney landslide.... but every problem will be an Obama problem. Romney was a LOUSEY candidate, he was the republican John Kerry of 2012.

Posted by: Potsey at November 6, 2012 11:41 PM

The Revolution has triumphed, and the majority has confirmed its power. We are now the reactionaries, the kulaks, the bourgeois, the Hated Minority.

With that in mind, here are the Rules we now have to live by -- rules proven over and over again through the ages by Hated Minorities everywhere.

1. Survive, marry, have as many children as possible. Parasitize resources from the Revolution in order to survive.

2. Preserve the culture. Cling tenaciously to relgion, custom, language. Assume "assimilated" disguise to avoid becoming a target of the Revolution.

3. Build non-institutional links. Form a separate, sub rosa civilization. Associate, do business with, give and receive favors to/from "our people" only, never "them".

4. Endure oppression, persecutions, pogroms in dignified silence. Plan in terms of centuries. "Next year in Jerusalem".

And of course

0. Cling to Christ and His Rock with all one's might.

This is it, America. Ideology is now irrelevant. The Revolution has seized power and shall now proceed to construct the revolutionary order. Nothing we can do will stop them.

Going Galt won't work.

We must now go Solzhenitsyn.

Posted by: Robert Oculus III at November 6, 2012 11:45 PM

I agree with everyone but Potsey, of course. I'd take Mitt - as a neighbor, as a co-worker, as a boss, as a father in law, as brother, as president ANY DAY. What good has Barack Hussein Obama done anyone? And John Kerry? What a prick. But this is, indeed, how the beautiful 230+ year American experiment ends... we free the blacks from slavery, we clothe them, feed them, educate them... elect them... and they destroy EVERYTHING. Without so much as a "Thank you."

Posted by: RedCarolina at November 6, 2012 11:56 PM

This was it. We had our shot, we had one chance to have a hope of turning it back, as dim and unlikely as it was. Its over.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at November 7, 2012 12:09 AM

"We must now go Solzhenitsyn."

I notice that Solzhenitsyn had somewhere he could go, America. How do we "go" Solzhenitsyn when America was effectively voted out of existence last night?

Where's left?

Posted by: Tom at November 7, 2012 3:29 AM

Our one, small, slim chance to slow down the freight train.....get a Repub house combined with a Repub or close to Repub senate to push through onto Romney's desk bills gutting and perhaps even hopefully repealing Obamacare....gone. Its onerous provisions were (intentionally) not timed to really kick in until Obama's second term. There is no going back. It can't be undone now -- the dozens of new federal agencies (since when has a federal agency, once created, ever been abolished); the thousands of pages of new regulations; the thousands of new IRS agents...

We're stuck with it now. We are now Western Europe.

Our 2nd Amendment rights survived by the slimest of margins...5-4. But now radical statist left wing judges will be appointed at every Federal court level, and the SC balance will be shifted hard left with at least one new appointment. All arbitrarily imposed executive orders or OSHA regs or EPA regs, etc., designed to attack the Right to KBA, will be upheld, and lawsuits defeated. And none of it will even make the news - the MSM black-out of inconvenient (to the state) facts will continue unabated.

The gutting of the 2A will be another nail in our coffin, and further converting us to W. European "subjects" to be "ruled."

It's over. It will happen in slow motion and will take a few years.....but we're done.

My kids are in their early 20's. I feel so badly for them.

Posted by: southernjames at November 7, 2012 5:43 AM

Solzhenitsyn spent a decade in the Gulag and in internal exile. He never gave up. He clung ever more tightly to Christ and to his ideals and never stopped thinking and writing.

He suffered with dignity and used the Enemy's tortures as a means of growing ever more perfected and closer to God. That's what I mean by "We must now go Solzhenitsyn."

Posted by: Robert Oculus III at November 7, 2012 6:56 AM

I predicted over a year ago Obama would win, I was called all sorts of names and horrible things. The republicans need to get their $#!+ together. People don't want to vote against someone, people want to vote *FOR* someone.

I will explain my Romney is John Kerry comment. This is a mirror of what happened in 2004, the parties have switched sides.
»In both races we had an unpopular president.

»In both races we had a wealthy, arrogant, gun grabbing, pro government health care, statist, big government Massachusetts liberal challenger who said stupid things before the election.

»Both races had a challenger that was out of touch with the ordinary people.

»Most party voters were disappointed with the candidate that won the party's nomination in both years.

»In both years the party line voters said they will get behind the nominee because.... "The current president is worse", not because they liked their candidate.

»Both years the challenging party predicted landslide victories despite indicators saying otherwise.

»The party line voters claimed that if you don't vote for their candidate it will be the end of America if the current president gets reelected. The end of America didn't come when Bush was re-elected, it remains to be seen if it will happen because Obama was reelected.

Not only did I say Obama would win, but several years ago I said you wont recognize America in five years. In a very slight way I am glad Obama won because all the problems will land in his administration. What happens when those problems land in his lap scare the crap out of me.

Posted by: Potsie at November 7, 2012 7:02 AM

Massive vote fraud. cf Mia Love and Allen West.

Posted by: ahem at November 7, 2012 7:34 AM

I forgot about "PEST" Post Election Stress Trauma. How the right laughed at the left about that. They are talking about it again... this time for the right.

Posted by: Potsie at November 7, 2012 7:38 AM

*The Takers now outnumber the Makers. Sigh.*

My next-door-neighbor put away her Romney/Ryan sign the day after the election. It presumably is in her garage next to the McCain/Palin sign. She's a retired schoolteacher with a mentally disabled adult son who collects Medicaid. You may call her a Maker because she voted for the R candidate, but I do not.

There are an awful lot of Takers who vote Republican, and I can overlook a lot of flaws in humans, but I hate a hypocrite more than anything. People who scream "Parasite!" to anyone who draws unemployment for a few months, while they're driving to their government (or government subcontractor) job. Well that safety net you complain about today might be saving you tomorrow, as a number of defense contractors will find out in February.

I've voted R since 1988 but this year I walked away. I'm done. Those 70,000 votes that Romney lost Florida by? One of those was mine.

Posted by: Slart at November 11, 2012 11:45 PM