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August 28, 2012

Hint: There Is None

"Looking to the future, what is the Republican strategy ever again to win New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois or California, other than due to some national calamity or new depression?" -- Last Hurrah of Nixon’s ‘New Majority’?

Posted by gerardvanderleun at August 28, 2012 8:44 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Republican strategy ever again to win New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois or California...

1. Stop dead people voting.

2. Stop illegals voting.

3. Stop multiple registrations.

4. Stop proxy absentee voting. (i.e., activist fills in form after "voter" signs it.)

5. Stop vote count fraud.

How to get this done? Haven't a clue.

Posted by: BillH at August 28, 2012 9:05 AM

This kind of thing always annoys me. Someone yells about how retarded the GOP is for not getting (insert x group here) and has no answers themselves. You're so stupid for not knowing any better than me! LOSERS!

Its pathetic.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at August 28, 2012 10:31 AM

Actually, Dubyah had an opportunity after FL to unleash a DOJ investigation into voting irregularity. Of course anything the R's do will be fodder for the race card, but I should think that investigations of the individual Secretarys of State in a half dozen of the rottenest democrat buroughs would be a good start. In the individual states, the respective Secretarys of State are charged with supervising the electoral process. For the most part, they turn a blind eye to criminality.

Posted by: Casca at August 28, 2012 11:05 AM

There is no reason for a democracy under universal suffrage to be evolving any differently than what we see. It is a remarkable testement to the former greatness of America that the boat has floated this long.

When the indignity of food stamps was replaced with a government credit card painted with the American flag, it was the clearest affirmantion that this experiment is over. 7-11 thanks you for your business.

Calamity is the only possible means for change. But as we have already proven once, that also can go either way.

Posted by: james wilson at August 28, 2012 12:28 PM

I say we take off and nuke them from orbit. Then, after a century of so, we can open the new territories for settlement. The loss of the delta smelt will be painful but tough times require tough decisions.

Posted by: chuck at August 28, 2012 1:01 PM

As for PA and IL, time alone. They are so dominated by Philly and Chi-town, that IL and PA will only change once these two cities follow in Detroit's depopulating wake. Once the makers and producers move out, there is no amount or combination of consequences that can convince the remaining moochers and looters that maybe they have it wrong. They won't leave until every last pocket is picked.

NY and CA are more unique circumstances. In general, there is a larger rich liberal elite, and their dependents, against the minority producers. The masters and the house slaves, both anxiously trying to keep the minority field slaves on which they all depend from revolting or running away.

The Democratic party: slavery then, slavery now, slavery forever!

Posted by: John A. Fleming at August 28, 2012 2:32 PM

The Lord of the Flies doesn't have a happy ending. Remember all of this permanent revolution stuff began during the Golden Age of America. If you don't understand your opponent you can't win.

Posted by: Scott M at August 28, 2012 3:00 PM

The loss of the delta smelt will be painful but tough times...

Touching off that nuke (Tactical) will remove how many welfare slugs including a batch of liberal/Socialist/Proggy fools.

Screw the smelt! I love the smell of radiation in the morning.

Posted by: Peccable at August 28, 2012 3:43 PM

The only solution: if they're brown, gun 'em down, or run 'em out of town.

We won't do it of course, and the childless old white farts (including me and the fellow who runs this blog) will soon pass from the scene.

Possibly the shattered remnants of the European population will be able to rebuild in part of the former territory of the U.S., but it will be a long, slow and squalid process.

Posted by: Quent at August 29, 2012 8:39 AM

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