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Saturday, May 4, 2019

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WANG ELECTION
Will this next election probably suck a bag of wangs?  Most likely.  And not just because we are going to have the complete bat crap crazy town experience of all these idiots preaching, begging, advertising and in general just bothering the crap out of us.  I mean, REALLY?  I’m sitting down stuffing my face and watching a real Clint Eastwood movie ( not that hideous befouled hunk of offal he just came out with ), and at 8:30 at night some jackass is calling with a phone survey for politics?  Shove it up your ass, you diseased anal whore!
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And that is just the start.  If I want to watch a channel besides Netflix, will I get stuck watching a political ad?  Already Amazon is putting their own advertising in front of their shows.  Sure, NOW it is only a preview of one of their own productions, but will those book burning butt sniffers start trying to sneak in Democrat ads?  After all, if Forrest Trump gets re-elected, the free world is in mortal danger!  The Beautiful People must charge in to rescue us ( the only thing I’m happy about with The Donald is that he isn’t Hilary ).
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No, it isn’t just the expected deluge of stupid I’m worried about, advertising the Kabuki Theatre of the bankers pretending your vote matters.  More than likely, in a year and a half the economy is going to be eating a bag of wangs and whichever idiot is elected is going to do really, horrendous terrible things in response.  I’m not saying it REALLY matters if it is a Democrat or a Republican, as long term big picture the same result will occur.  In the end, all of you AR owners with FLIR’s attached will be fighting with chunks of rebar.
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Long term, you will be wearing rat pelts ( because you didn’t deep stock thrift store clothes ) and fighting for foraging territory with chunks of metal you pulled during salvage ( because you didn’t invest $555 in ten thousand rounds of rimfire and a single shot .22 rifle ).  Short term, however, we have to worry about which banker approved candidate you should vote for, because their default panic modes will be different. I hate the whole concept of voting, as it is in effect voting for the current system.  Which is no choice at all.
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And yet, I wonder.  If I continue to NOT vote, am I voting for a faster decline?  By which I mean, do White Deplorables  get raped quicker?  Since I can’t believe the bankers micromanage this whole thing, merely not allowing anyone unapproved to run in the first place, could my vote matter at least on a state level?  If I don’t vote, will gun control happen quicker in Nevada?  It is almost like I have to suck it up and vote, even as it pains me intellectually, or I’ll be complicit in my own quicker demise.
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In the end, it is all the same sorry excuse of decline and collapse, me roaming the wasteland hoping to find a wheat field to pillage.  But if I make the common mistake of thinking things will collapse quickly, on my schedule,  I might get in trouble.  I really hate the thought of voting.  It is me giving my consent at sodomy and bondage.  But if I don’t vote, does that mean the Latino Wave Occupation gets into power four years earlier?  Four years could make all the difference, given my life expectancy.  And doesn’t survival mean you have to do what is necessary rather than what is desired?
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Hell, while I’m busy debasing myself by registering to vote, I might as well support the whole Legislator Lobbying Paradigm and re-start a membership in a pro-gun organization.  Not those thieving bastards in the NRA, busy redecorating their staterooms on the Titanic with all the membership money.  I’m glad I stopped short while making payments for a lifetime membership, twenty plus years ago.  I want nothing to do with those asswhores.  But Gun Owners Of America seems a worthy organization to support.  I don’t know if it will help.
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But like voting, it cannot hurt.  Deciding to vote again only hurts my ego, as I was so invested in avoiding the practice.  But it might help in all other ways.  My $20 a year to the GOA might only help other states get more gun rights as my state gets fewer.  But maybe not.  It might actually help me.  It is a cheap enough price to gamble on.  And, as Yankee Marshal points out, gun owners are still the largest voting block.  Far better to vote and rally now, than not have a gun to fight with later.
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Actually, he was far less kind.  He actually said if you are too lazy to vote and support a group now, there would be no way you’d actually fight physically later.  I know that made me feel like a turd.  He is the one getting me to join.  Even if you are screwed in your anti-gun state, you’ll still be helping out others.  And we are rather selfish and self-centered, in our race preparing, so it is a good step outside your safe zone.  And speaking of leaving your comfort zone, I’ll go ahead and declare all you active voters vindicated.  I was wrong.  Probably.
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Now, does it matter who we vote for?  In the macro sense, no.  The Banker’s Boy gets elected from both parties.  But in a short term manner, it does matter that at least you vote against the Democrat party.  Not because they are any worse than the Republicans.  Remember, the Republicans are just as committed to gun control and open borders, they just don’t admit it.  Who is voting for the Red Flag Laws?  Who banned the gun imports, before Clinton merely closed the Chinese loophole?  Who keeps passing Amnesties?  A Tweet of disapproval is NOT a vote.
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No, you just don’t want to vote Democrats because if you join the vote for all the illegals that shouldn’t be allowed to vote but are, you’ll get a California style One Party System.  Remember, both the Soviet Union AND Nazi Germany had only one party to vote for.  Like California.  Vote for anyone else except Democrats, just to thwart SOME of their nonsense.  Both parties will vote IN the bankers, but at least SOME effort must be made to keep guns legal and the Democrats won’t do that.  Obammy did, but he was a One Issue president, getting the UnAffordable Care Act passed to bail out the financial industry.
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Continued Tomorrow.
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25 comments:

  1. Netflix was just like anything else. Once “the Obama’s” came along, there went the neighborhood :D


    Obama’s sign Netflix production deal

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/21/us/politics/barack-obama-netflix-show.html

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    1. Netflix is a whole lot of PC signalling. One day soon enough it won't be worth watching.

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  2. I usually vote. I know it might not help much, but I do it just in case. Of course, being in Commiefornia, it’s a throw away vote. Because as a white, heterosexual male, that doesn’t hate his own race, gender, or sexual orientation, I would never consider voting for a commiecrat. Well, that, and I’d never support a party that would embrace a degeneracy such as fag marriage, or the various other deviancies that those sick f _ _kers like to push.

    I look at it this way. The republicans have to at least act somewhat conservative in order to avoid alienating their conservative constituency. Therefore they are not going to do anything too radical too soon, thus buying us more time.

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    1. Right-even though it is arrogant and dripping with hubris, one can hope we can make some difference. If we are wrong, no harm. If right...

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  3. My neighbor likes to say "if voting made any difference they would not let us do it" I fear he is right. Of course I am in a unique position because my congressional district has only had 4 congressmen in the last 100 years.

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    1. Your neighbor is right, yeah. This whole reaction is probably just my unwarranted emotional response to fear and desperation. Just registering to vote is going to be a huge PITA. I have to get my PO paperwork and land deed and go to the DMV ( online registration didn't work with an actual street number on the address ). The only reason I'm doing it is that it is a practice run for getting the Real ID drivers licence, due next year. Damn, I hate change.

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    2. Should have read" withOUT an actual street number"

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  4. There may be a chink in your single shot .22 plan. There will still be plenty of semi-auto .22's going hungry out there. All it takes is one person with a lack of discipline to load up your "lifetime supply" and blow through it in a weekend.

    "the only thing I’m happy about with The Donald is that he isn’t Hilary"
    I also like the fact that everyone I can't stand despises him. Establishment Democrats and Republicans, the media, PC warriors.
    It's fun watching their heads explode at the mention of his name.

    -Novice

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    1. Why are you letting someone else use your ammo?

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    2. I don't think any of us would "let" someone use our ammo but, there are lots of scenarios where that choice may be taken from us or where we may be forced to "share".

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    3. Granted, but that applies to any supplies and I wouldn't construe that as a flaw in the plan. Unless you assume No People should be a plan.

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    4. Semi-auto undisciplined shooter will be out of ammo way before the undisciplined single shot tray fed bolt action. True for all sizes, not just now-cheap .22lr.
      Don't share ammo in quantity, or that you might have quantity. Here's 1 round, go shoot a soldier carrying a rifle and 250 rounds. Use your words and charm to get close. Bring me 10 of the cartridges for sponsoring you, and you get the rest of the loot. Or, get back to work in the garden.

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    5. Good philosophy-butter knife brigades.

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  5. Don’t sweat it, Lord Bison. Red state = Republicans win nearly every seat. Blue state = Democrats win nearly every seat. What is one vote going to do?

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  6. Good Sir

    There are many truths in this world. One of the forgotten truths is Slavers Never Change. They change their names, but their underlying reason for living is to control everything no matter the cost.

    Red

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    1. The scary part is, they think they are being helpful.

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  7. re:
    today's link

    I watched HACKING DEMOCRACY in a library in Carmichael, California. I immediately contacted everybody I know to get them to watch it.

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    re:
    'pillaging wheatfields'

    I got an image of toe-foo heads frantically searching high-and-low for some tempah[sp?] to munch... not knowing the dang stuff comes from soy-beans grown on farms.

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    1. Images don't have to be factual to be enjoyed.

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  8. Principle. Theft.
    Yeah I know. Principles can get you killed. But you know what? Principles can give you strength you might not otherwise be able to summons. Think of them as a north star, guidance. Not adherence. Guidance. In the end jurisprudence is necessary.

    All theft is wrong, this is not debatable. All US politics is theft. Without theft there is no politics. Therefore, all US politics is wrong. Theft is power. Give a person permission to steal is sanctioning his power. Give him power in one area and you acknowledge his power in all areas. His stealing from you is your invitation to give him power over you.

    This has nothing to do with "other people" it is only to do with you. I will never ask people to steal from you. If that principle means I have to scale a steeper journey I am prepared because I am enabled by truth. As my ol' gray haired Mammy used to say, "If all your friends jumped off the bridge..."

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    1. In politics, it is steal or be stolen, and in the future if you don't play politics ( even on a tribe to tribe scale ), you get eaten. Just saying.

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    2. It's not theft when it is loot from conquest of others who are not kinsmen or tribesmen (robbery by strength and cunning). Sneaking theft from your tribe is immoral (weakness), since they should want to give what they have, or what you need, for the huge amounts of wealth and glory you bring to the tribe.

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    3. I wonder how much resistance to the concept of tribe is from the fact they are actually communist.

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  9. Here in NH the silly season has been in full force. I must admit to occasionally playing the game. It's cheap entertainment.

    Mostly I vote because of the very local issues. If the wrong selectman gets in my taxes go up and restrictions are put on my land. So I vote for the guy who lives just down the road from me our interests, at least as far as property rights goes, are in line.

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    1. Dam Nevada, we only get RINO's to vote for. The city keeps wasting money and the county keeps raising taxes. Oh well, do what I can.

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