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May 8, 2016

Clinton is but a comparatively familiar veneer on a frothing, violent left that has completely departed from America’s values.


We face coming generations, indoctrinated in the public-school and university systems, who seek radical, destructive revolution and dissolution of our national sovereignty.
Reversing their gains begins with leadership that unapologetically declares that our American story is a good one, that our people’s sacrifices for freedom, for others, and for principle make our story different and worth cultivating anew. Any pundits who claim there is little difference between Trump and Clinton are wholly removed from what is occurring in America’s universities and schools, the tenor of what is happening in the protest movements, and the destructive aims of the left. Trump is the Nominee, What Now? Legal Insurrection Authors Debate

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 8, 2016 9:30 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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We shall have a formal vote by one and several states to secede and then the physical effort to evict those that do not share sympathies will take place.

There isn't a GOP or Dem Party as once formed; now it is hard Left and Left Lite with those not desiring affiliation disenfranchised. But that will not stand. I cannot imagine an American being "A Man without a Country" except by choice.

Posted by: Vermont Woodchuck [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 8, 2016 11:46 AM

The lefts violence comes from a big mouth and an addled brain. Real violence leaves bodies on the floor, spasming, as they will find out, soon.

You do realize, don't you, that they have to go, one way or the other? They are an eternal enemy as long as they breath and occupy proximity. Like the terminator, they will never give up for they have diseased minds.

Yes, I have been a man without a country for all of my life and so have you, but I choose to see the truth and you choose the easy but illusory road.

Posted by: ghostsniper [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 8, 2016 2:18 PM

Here is my argument to the debate:
The first rule of politics is Just Win.
It is also every rule of politics.
Without winning you do not have power; without power you are nothing. Your ideas, your ideals, your principles - all are nothing and may be ignored by the winner. Unless the winner fears that the loser would actually do something if the winner started acting high-handed.
(Looks out at the GOP Establishment)
You pussies couldn't stick up a Lemonade Stand. No wonder Obama wiped his feet on your faces. Putin does donuts in Obama's lawn; Obama wipes his feet on your faces; Lady Columbia face-palms and shakes her head.
Obama is the guy that Bashir Assad gave a wedgie to. The Iranian Mullahs shoved him into a locker and left him there over the weekend. The geriatric Castro Brothers gave him a swirlie.
You guys - Obama stole your support hose and ran it up the school flagpole and made you salute and sing "I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy" before thanking him.
And you want to lecture everyone else for not taking your advice on who to select as the Republican nominee? Pray tell - what victories have you national GOP politicos and your tame pundits won that any would listen to you?
(Mind you, the state parties have done well, and likely because you weren't advising them.)
You were offering a thrice-warmed-over Bush without enough embers to singe a marshmallow and we were supposed to take your guidance?
I have a new deal for you. We tell you what we want; you find out an intellectually coherent way to support it. Call it what you will - First Things First, Patriotism - whatever; we do not care unless it is insulting.
And yes, we are literate enough to suss out a literary or historical insult; and we will not treat you like a little kid when we do.
Here are the things that you will have to learn to defend:
(1) American citizens are treated equally;
(2) Foreigners are not treated as well as American citizens;
(3) All labor is ennobling, being idle is shameful;
(4) No industry is beneath the dignity of any American;
(5) Access to our markets comes at a price;
(6) Hermann, Francois, Nigel - and the rest of you; we're here for back up, but you better invest in your own heavy hammers because we're done with doing the heavy lifting for everyone else.
These are just some basic points and positions, but you - if you are actually as smart as you claim which has not yet been demonstrated - can catch the drift without me snowing on.

Posted by: Mikey [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 8, 2016 7:26 PM

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