"If you're trying to change minds and influence people it's probably not a good idea to say that virtually all elected Democrats are liars, but what the hell."
Friday, November 21, 2008
In 753 Words
Why I'm Demoralized.
Okay, I have to get the election out of the way, so I'm just going to
say it. I am demoralized. Not so much by Obama's election, as by how
he won. Years of our kids being undermined by an education system run
by 60's antiwar hippies, combined with the abdication by news media of
all pretense of political neutrality, and sophisticated networks of
were all brought to bear in this perfect storm of an election.
Election? "Government overthrow" is a more proper mot juste. The left media have imposed upon us their pornographic vision of a socialist government. In 2004 Newsweek's Evan Thomas announced in advance that
media wanted Kerry to win, and their efforts on his behalf would be
worth 15%. Those efforts weren't nearly enough, so this time they got
serious. Forget the 604 million dollars Obama raised, 300 million of
which actually came from identifiable sources. How much were the
non-stop, year-long news media infomercials Obama benefited from
worth? A billion? Two? With just a few infomercials a day, Ron
Popiel convinced men to spray their bald spots with painted lint.
We're talking ShamWow
times a 100 million, in Obama's case. Give me one percent of the media
impressions he received, and I'll get Margaret Cho elected Governor of
But, even with all that behind him, Obama's campaign resorted to fraud
and deceit on historic levels. This election wasn't just the 1972
Olympic Basketball Championship, where game officials kept putting time
on the clock until the USSR scored the winning basket (although that's
going on in Minnesota, where Al Franken needed 500 points after the
game supposedly ended, and is still at the free throw line making foul
shots). No, this election was the 1919 World Series, where the game
was fixed in the locker room, by the players, before the first inning
was played. It was under-aged Chinese gymnast He Kexin fraudulently
winning gold medals, and when the Chinese government's own internet
profile of her as a 13-year old was proffered, the Chinese government
erased it. Poof! The medals stood. They stole the tactic from
Obama. Or is it the other way?
The real significance of Obama's birthplace controversy, which by the
way the United States Supreme Court has agreed to review, isn't so much
about his citizenship status, as it is about the Rule of Law. Law
which has been flouted at every Obama turn. It's how a federal judge
dismissed Philip Berg's COLB lawsuit, not on its merits, but because
Berg didn't have standing to bring the suit. It's how the news
media refused to entertain any questions about missing gaps in Obama's
life. It's about Ohio's Secretary of State throwing at least 200,000
fraudulent ACORN ballots into the pool of counted votes. It's about
the media refusal to acknowledge miles of video tape, and yards of
documents showing Obama's close association with terrorists.
Terrorists who once contemplated the murder of 25 million Americans
who didn't respond to their reeducation camps. It's about Obama
promising to "cut investment in 'unproven' missile defense systems.'"
His promise to "stall development of future combat systems." His
call for a new "civilian army," equal to our military in capability and
funding. Maybe he'll call it the Republican Guard.
It's about show trials, and indictments of Bush Administration
officials by punk ass Marxists, for political differences. That's why
Any future similarities between the coming Obama regime, and the ideas
of James Madison and Thomas Jefferson will be oversights. Peter
Hitchins nailed it when he wrote "The United States, having
for the most part a deeply conservative people, had until now just
about stood out against many of the mistakes which have ruined so much
of the rest of the world." Conversely, Rep. John Lewis happily told
Charlie Gibson that Obama's election was "a nonviolent revolution."
And that's the problem The overthrow of the United States should be a
very violent affair, indeed. At least as violent as 1775–1783,
1812-1815, 1861-1865, 1917-1919, 1941-1945, 1950-1953, the WALL and the
Desert years that created and protected this greatest nation in
history, combined. It will be still, if my interpretation of events
withstand scrutiny, and are shared by enough people. Some of whom fly