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Kek Be Praised!!

TRUMP!!! HAS !!! WON!!!!!

THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN, AND THE SOUND IS GLORIOUS!!!

And Trump took WISCONSIN!!!!  I can hardly believe that.  My own, humble little state, which everybody (including us) figured would go for Clinton, has not only cast it’s vote for Trump, we’ve re-elected a much deserving U.S. Senator.  Hearty, high-energy congratulations to both President-Elect Trump, and Senator Ron Johnson!  What a great day this is!  Wisconsin hasn’t gone Republican in a Presidential race since freakin’ 1984!!

Now please pardon me while I go dance around my apartment and laugh in sheer glee some more.  I feel like a six-year-old on Christmas morning, and it’s the BEST CHRISTMAS EVER!  :D

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LOL

I really have to laugh at this:

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Not only is this really, really weak (in fact, Buzzfeed wouldn’t even touch it), it’s especially laughable to me considering that, prior to Trump throwing his hat in the ring last year, I had fully intended on casting a write-in vote for Vladimir Putin for President.

Strictly as a protest vote, of course, since Putin is not actually eligible to serve as President.  But give me a break.  These people don’t understand the obvious: THEY ARE SO CROOKED WE WOULD RATHER HAVE THE RUSSIANS THAN THEM.

Escalation

Today’s quote:

Guys, this is what war looks like before people start fucking shooting each other. – Anon

Posted yesterday by a random everyman, in a place that I frequent, shortly after the four lying female shits-of-the-day came forward with obviously fabricated sexual allegations against Trump.  Recall during the 2nd debate how the slimeball moderator pressed Trump for a firm, unequivocal denial of sexual misconduct. We now see the reason for that.

Liberals have pushed and pushed and pushed the “why is a woman’s word not enough?” narrative on sexual assaults and misconduct, and so-called conservatives have done nothing to stop them. Many people are beginning to accept that principle as just. When the public considers a man guilty of a sexual offense simply on the say-so of one woman, how easy is it, given sufficient incentive, to find the right woman willing to say the right things to smack somebody down on an as-needed basis?

But what happens if the person being smacked refuses to back down? Does the brinkmanship stop, or do things escalate even more?

What the establishment and their media shills are doing now is engaging in legally actionable conduct, as evidenced by Trump siccing his lawyers on the New York Times. Trump has the best lawyers in the business. If they are threatening legal action and using the term “libelous” in all seriousness, it’s a safe bet that they are not just making shit up and they are not kidding.

Where do things go from here?

(Best possible outcome at this point would be for 1) the recent allegations to fall down like a house of cards (haha) under scrutiny, thereby 2) embarrassing and discrediting the living shit out of the left-wing dweebs who’ve promulgated them, which in turn might just results in 3) increased support for Trump.  I’ll keep my fingers crossed.  Early indications are that (1) may already be happening, assuming anybody can get the MSM to actually listen and repeat the info.)

Our Choice

“A Republic, if you can keep it.” – Benjamin Franklin

This is attributed to Franklin as his response to the question, “Well, Doctor, what have we got—a Republic or a Monarchy?” asked at the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention in 1787.

I’ve seen it written in an expanded form, presumably for the sake of clarity:

“You’ve got yourselves a republic, if you can keep it.”

Franklin understood that having defined the United States as a Republic was no guarantee that an American Republic would actually occur. That guarantee can ultimately and only be provided by the American people. if it’s going to happen, we have to make it happen ourselves.

This is really the central issue in the current Presidential race. Do the plutocrats and their hand-picked candidate with her pre-defined agenda get to decide the future of this country, including our future and the future of our children? Or do those decisions rest, as they should, with We, the American People?

Donald J. Trump, every bit as imperfect as the great men who crafted the Constitution so long ago, is the first candidate in my lifetime to actually give us a shot at the latter.  We would be fools to pass it up.

Hypocrites rejoice

Here’s the perfect quote for today:

“I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” – Bill Clinton, President of the United States

To be perfectly clear, the fact that Bill Clinton is the person who said it is not the point.  The point is that those words were said by a Democratic President who, when his on-the-record lie and the activities relating to it were discovered, retained the full support of liberals and feminists, including the whiny-assed liberal crybabies who now believe that Trump’s off-the-record, private statements somehow disqualify him from the presidency.  You can not have supported Clinton then and oppose Trump now without being a complete and total hypocrite.

A tougher nut to crack are so-called conservatives who have sided with the liberals on this. I’m not talking about people like that miserable double-crosser Paul Ryan. Politicians like him make a career out of being slime, so it’s no surprise when they live up to that expectation.

No, I mean ordinary, conservative voters who are somehow so offended by Trump’s remarks as to act as if they believe we would be better off with a criminal in the White House.  So, let’s ask the question: Would we? Would we be better off with an obvious criminal as President of the United States?

There are a lot of other pointed questions I could as as well.  More than I can even think of offhand, really.  But here are just a few:

Would we be better off with someone in the White House whose political career wouldn’t even exist if she hadn’t married the right man, and who, amazingly, believes that this gives her the right to be this nation’s first female president? Do we actually want our first female president to be someone who so clearly does not deserve that honor?

Do we really want a President who seems to actually desire a shooting war with Russia?

Do we really want a President who’s made a career of selling her influence to the highest bidder, and who has been better at it than any other politician in history?

If elected, Clinton is going to get the chance to nominate up to five liberal justices to the Supreme Court, not to mention putting liberals in lower level federal courts.  These are all lifetime appointments, virtually unimpeachable, and all of these courts have the power to override any state law that they want to. Liberal judges have demonstrated time and time again that the Constitution means whatever silly damned thing they say it means, and how dare we question their superior wisdom? The Supreme Court can even override Congress, which makes a Hillary Clinton presidency genuinely dangerous to the long-term viability of this nation as a free republic. Is that what you want?

Would we be better off with the ratification of the TPP?  Do you understand how that is an infinitely more important issue than all of this made-up “Trump is a bad, bad man!” horseshit, which not one person in the press ever said anything about until his candidacy threatened to upset their pre-planned succession to the presidency?

And, as long as I’ve mentioned that, since when does the press get to decide who is president in this country, anyway, and why exactly should we allow them to get away with it? If some liberal reporters at the Washington Post had given Trump the exact same level of consideration that the press had given Bill Clinton back in the 1990’s, we wouldn’t even be talking about this. The Post released this information because they want to make sure that the American people don’t make the “wrong” choice in November.  They believe that they and all the other educated liberal elites are the only people who really, truly understand what is good for this country, and the fact that they are only a small minority of the electorate is of no concern to them.  They know right and wrong far, far better than us ordinary people ever will, so we better just shut up and let them decide for us, right? I ask again:  Since when do liberal reporters get to decide what is right and wrong for this country?  Who the hell gave them the right to do that?

RNC sabotaging Trump campaign

Video here.  (Periscope video, Twitter embedded.)  Comes from Mike Cernovich.

Summary: Elements within the GOP are actively sabotaging the Trump campaign.  Now is not the time to worry about blaming people about it, there is not enough time between now and the election. What needs to be done now is remediation of the problem. Cernovich’s idea, and it’s a good one, is for each person to spread the #MAGA3X hashtag on social media and commit to register three likely Trump supporters to vote. More detailed explanation at the video.  Cernovich is also well aware that this whole election is rigged against Trump, and makes the point that whining about it is not going to accomplish anything.

Some related items:

I’m thinking even money Cernovich gets his Twitter account wiped within the next week.  Some people are starting to utilize gab.ai as a Twitter substitute.  It’s not quite ready for prime time at this point, but is worth getting in on at least.  I’m hoping they come up with an Android app at some point: keeping up with it in Chrome on my phone is nowhere near as convenient as the Twitter app, unfortunately.

Twitter will probably undermine that hashtag as soon as it figures out what’s going on, which may have already happened since that vid dates from a day ago.  Relying solely on Twitter is a mistake.

Anyway, if you can spare 30 minutes, the vid is worth a watch.

Counting the votes

A quote for the day:

It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything. – Joseph Stalin

I think it’s obvious at this point that Clinton’s people are going to try their damnedest to steal the election next month.  They’re hoping the actual vote will be close enough so the steal won’t be noticeable, but I think they’ll try it even if they have to stretch and risk getting caught.

Why?

Because they’ll believe they are doing the right thing.  They’ll believe that it “must” be done.

If it happens, well, that will be mighty interesting won’t it?