Thursday: some immediate reflections

It’s a sad week for America.

They broke it.  They bought it.

OBAMA 60,085,524*
ROMNEY 57,401,992

Moreover, Tuesday’s vote for Obama will soon — very soon — herald incredibly painful times for America.

Times more painful than they will need to be.

The Dow crashed 313 points on Wednesday, immediately following the election.  That’s the largest downturn in all of 2012.  The DEM/MSM said: “it’s because of Europe.”  The truth is: it’s because of the re-election of Barack HUSSEIN Obama.  Reinforced by Bill O’Reilly’s opinion on Wednesday.

Tuesday’s results confirmed this fundamental statement on my blog:

Remember THIS America

(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Hugh Hewitt, whom I greatly admire, wrote on his blog:

President Obama’s speech tonight was gracious and optimistic, and we have to hope he does move to the center because as Congressman John Campbell said on the program tonight, the GOP is not going to accept a slow move towards socialism.  The president won re-election, but not a mandate.  Not even close.  This wasn’t 1984 much less 1964 or 1936.  The GOP owes Mitt Romney and the all of his supporters the continued control of the House, and for that we should be very grateful.

However, “we have to hope he does move to the center” is not a platform or a philosophy or a manner on which we can hang actual Conservative hats.

Here, I have to diverge from Hewitt.  He is simply WRONG.

Battle — combat — fighting — now THOSE are actual tactics.  And tactics that Republicans eschew because they are predominantly not fighters and gutter dwellers.  They’re not much interested in blocking and tackling.  Sometimes you have to lose teeth and endure concussions and muscle pulls and broken bones.

“Evil prospers when good men do nothing.”

The Demorats are willing to engage in every bit of combat.

If you want to get into the pen with the pig, then you’re going to have to — likewise — get dirty and muddy and possess a Combat Mindset.

Even Bill O’Reilly, on his Wednesday show, indicated that he thought Mitt Romney was clearly too polite and too kind and too nice to get into the politics of this level.  And frankly, I completely agree.

Romney is good and smart and has a nice family.  And that’s where his competency — clearly now — ended.  He had some interesting ideas but not the balls or the penis to match the genitals of the Demorats.

I don’t know of any other way to place this point in time.

– Kind doesn’t work.
– Nice doesn’t work.
– Considerate doesn’t work.
– Recessive doesn’t work.
– Smiles don’t work.
– Steamrollers: they work

How many times have I and/or the readers of my site said, the Republicans need to sack up and push their programs, make a stand, make backtalk, show some disrespect, kick some sand, get into the mud, STAND UP for themselves!

Yes.  Since roughly 2000.

Yet, the day-after bleats seem to indicate that the Republicans need to make the Blacks and the Asians and the Mexicans and the Cubans and the Hispanics and the Puerto Ricans and the Haitians and the Hawaiians and the Filipinos and the Saudis and the Ethiopians roll into the GOP ticket.

That won’t happen.

Being “inclusive” won’t work.

Being “gatherers” won’t work; that is, trying to include many more persons of a higher melanin count into the GOP conduit.

There is only one paradigm that will work:


Bottom line: if the Republicans are not the party of More Free Cheese, they will lose.

Plain and simple.

The writing isn’t just on the wall, it has become the wall.




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