Saturday, September 25, 2010

Insanity Is...

The popular definition of insanity is, "doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result."

Well, for the past 50 years we've been following the "Buckley Rule" which states that you're supposed to support the most Conservative candidate who can win. And, for the past 50 years, this country has been sliding ever closer to outright Communism.

I have no doubt that Bill Buckley was a genius but, apparently, not even he could see where that philosophy would lead us.

The flaw in the theory is that you never really know who can win. Could Mike Castle win in Delaware? Probably. But...could Christine O'Donnell win? Quite possibly. Especially if Chris Coonz's "bearded Marxist" comments get out into the general public. The country, including Delaware, has seen Marxism in action for the past 2 years and it scares the Hell out of them.

What the "Buckley Rule" has gotten us is a bunch of Democrats with an "R" next to their name. And, the farther Left that the Democrat Party slides, the farther left that the Republican Party slides. So what in the Hell is the sense in continuing that?

From now on, we need "The Exile Rule": vote for the most Conservative person in the race. Period. Polls have shown forever that this country is majority Conservative.

Why can't the likes of "political genius" Karl Rove make that simple connection?

Friday, September 17, 2010

Careful What You Wish For, Lefty

The Left spent eight years screeching about "neo-cons" and attempting to destroy them.

Well, the "neos" are on their way out, and the true "cons" are on their way in.

The Democrat Party will soon be reminiscing about the good old days of the pliable neo-cons who would "reach across the aisle" to join them instead of reaching to slap them down like the real Conservatives who are about to join the fray will be doing.

And once these Conservatives get into power. we all need to remind them how they got there, lest they fall to the siren song of Washington power like so many before them and start to "compromise" (i.e. give the Democrats what they want) with the enemy.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Says Who?

OK, I am hearing nothing but, "Christine O'Donnell can't win" in Delaware. She can't win, she can't win, she can't win...blah, blah, blah ad infinitum.

Says who? The "experts"? The "experts" only go off of what they've seen in the past. And the tectonic shift in the political world is, quite possibly, like nothing that this country has ever seen.

For the past 100 years "progressivism" (aka Communism) has been taking over this country in baby steps, occasionally making headlines, but nothing like the daily barrage of destruction that this country is seeing today. The extreme left has taken over the Democrat Party and has gone "all in" with Obama/Reid/Pelosi. They have abandoned subtlety and pounded their agenda down America's throat with a sledgehammer.

And America is horrified.

As long as the Left stuck to the "boiling frog" tactic of slowly advancing their agenda, not enough people noticed at one time to put up any resistance. But now that huge numbers of people see what Socialism really is, they want no part of it.

And, hopefully, that includes a majority of the voters in Delaware.

Can Christine O'Donnell win in Delaware? I think that it is at least very possible, if not likely.

The rules have changed amazingly fast. And we've entered an era of politics in America that is unlike anything we've ever seen.

Here We Come

Congratulations to Christine O'Donnell for tearing down Castle in Delaware.

The despicable behavior of the GOP elitist establishment there shows that, by using liberal scorched-earth tactics against O'Donnell, they are nothing more than quasi-liberal elitists themselves.

They did the same thing that liberals do when they feel their power threatened: they try to destroy the person on a personal level.

The GOP elite in Delaware, and nationally, have become nothing more than elitist snobs who believe that they are entitled to their power. They are acting like liberals/six-year-olds because they know that a very significant part of the party will no longer hold their noses and vote for whomever the GOP anoints. Bob Dole, George W. Bush and John McCain have shown us what happens when we do that, and we're having no more of it.

The Conservatives are ascendant in the party, and it scares the Hell out of the elites in the GOP. As well it should: Their reign of foolishness is just about over, and we're coming for them, next.

After this election, we have about a year to oust them before the 2012 campaign starts. Then maybe we can get a real Conservative to run for a change. Remember: that hasn't happened since 1984.

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

What We Can Look Forward To

When the Republicans take over the House (and possibly the Senate), and give the business world some optimism (dare I say "hope"?), the economy will start to rebound for real.

When that happens, don't be surprised when the Leftists/Democrats take credit for it by saying that it was their and Obama's policies which were already in place that "just took time" to turn the economy around.

You know it's coming.

This Oughta Be Good

When the insider "tell-all" books from former White House staffers start coming out, I predict that Michelle Obama's childish sense of entitlement and general nastiness will make Hillary look like Mother Theresa. And that ain't easy to do.

Saturday, September 04, 2010

Will they ever learn?

OK, we'll try to get through again.

All of you fools who voted for Obama, and are now having "buyers remorse", are howling like coyotes about the present state of the union. Really...what did you morons expect? Did you really not think that "hope & change", coming from an extreme left-wing "black liberation", "social justice", Marxist would get us anywhere other than where we are now? fools have no idea what any of those phrases mean, do you? Not a clue. Maybe you should Google them, instead of "Paris Hilton".

Personally, I'd feel like a complete idiot if I had voted for a guy who's record was out there, but that I hadn't bothered to look into, and then started bitching about how horrible he was.

If you can't find the time to look into anyone beyond what you see on the nightly news, you really shouldn't be voting. You're ignorance has made my daughter's chance at a decent life pretty slim. She'll be paying for your decision to vote for Obama because he's "black" (hah!) or he's "cute" or because he "speaks well" (he doesn't speak well...he makes appropriate facial gestures related to what he's reading on the teleprompter).

Really: if you feel a need to vote, stick with "American Idol". It's only your "civic duty" to vote if you know what you're voting for.