We know that Democrats know how to vote multiple times. Lordy Lordy, do we ever know it:

  • dead Democrats vote for decades after they’re dead
  • they register as Disney characters, movie characters, and Dallas Cowboys players
  • they fill in absentee ballots that go to dogs, dead people, empty lots, drop boxes, and to fictional people
  • they register and vote in multiple districts, cities, and states
  • they drive around in vans on election day, traveling from polling place to polling place where they “occupy” names of people who are dead or fictional
  • they fill out entire boxes of ballots that are fed into the voting machines after the polling places are closed and they have some sense of how many votes are needed
  • they register and vote on same-day voting in more than one district
  • they proxy-vote for senior citizens in nursing homes
  • I’m pretty sure there are another dozen methods that good, honest conservatives never even thought about

The Republican Party is often called the Stupid Party, and that is true. However, this is another area in which party leadership differs greatly from party constituency. For you see, conservatives are not stupid. Far from it, in fact. In the past, we’ve been naive in assuming Democrats loved the country like we did, respected law, fair play, and decency like we did, and wanted freedom like we did. The last few years have disabused us of such notions.

Conservatives are smart. We may have started late in engaging this dirty game of politics. We may not be well organized. But look how fast the Tea Party arose and in the span of 15 months demolished the Democrat stranglehold on Congress in the biggest electoral turnaround in American history. We have a frighteningly steep learning curve.

Now we’ve learned how to vote multiple times.

A poll of likely voters
On August 1, we might say that an informal poll was taken of likely voters all across America. At the urging of a couple of relative political lightweights (Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum) a mere week before, patriotic Americans were urged to patronize Chick-Fil-A on August 1 to show appreciation and to hit back at insane and typically hysterical leftist backlash against CFA because of statements made by CEO Dan Cathy in support of traditional marriage.

We all know what happened August 1. That day America made a statement of sorts, if you call a bolo punch in the mouth of the Left a mere “statement”. We all smiled a little bit as we saw the Left stumble, surprised and suddenly aware that their antics, their intimidation, their bullying, their enforcement of political correctness, all in doubt as effective tactics for controlling the narrative and thereby controlling Americans.

Multiple voting
Here’s a picture I took. It’s a CFA in Texas, and what you are seeing is the drive-thru line that goes all the way out to the mall parking lot. It’s hard for you to tell, but it’s about 25 cars long.
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Typical of what many CFAs looked like on August 1, right? Now for the rest of the story…… This picture was taken at 1:33 PM on August 16, two weeks after the official Appreciation Day.

Ruh-roh.

An unrigged poll
What I offer is a single anecdote and a single photograph, but it is illustrative of how the winds are changing and conservatives are figuring out how to put wheels in motion and make things happen.

Democrats, bureaucrats, and even Establishment Republicans go to great efforts to impose their will, to deny us representation, to shut up our voices, to shout us down. They’ve boxed us in pretty good lately, between the John Roberts Kangaroo Court, Obamanistas bypassing Congress, and Congress itself signing suicide pact budgets against the will of the people. The media now act as liberal attack dogs instead of government watchdogs, so that corruption and lawless governance go unchallenged…. officially, anyway. Polls are rigged to show a false narrative about the mood of America. Elections themselves are stolen.

But here Americans can express themselves freely. They can drive through a Chick-Fil-A — again and again and again — as a form of expressing their opinion about the state of politics, about political correctness, about traditional family values. The huge lines tell a story of their own. The media can ignore it, can misrepresent it. But we are there, and we know exactly what we are seeing.

An ill wind blowing for the Left
Those lines at the CFA, those people who are voting again and again and again, they represent two demographics. They are called “conservatives” and “likely voters”. There’s not a single shadow of a doubt where every single person in those lines will be on November 6, and there’s not a single shadow of a doubt which way they will be voting.

Ruh-roh.

E Pluribus Unum
The weapons had evolved, but our orders remained the same: Hunt them down and kill them off, one by one. A most successful campaign. Perhaps too successful. For those like me, a Death Dealer, this signaled the end of an era. Like the weapons of the previous century, we, too, would become obsolete.

Pity, because I lived for it.