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Irrationally strong Democrat vote is not GOP’s fault

The menace of 40+ years of liberal education indoctrination, entitlement mentality, decline of faith-based values, and increased dependency has produced a populace that rewards epic economic failure in favor of Democratic Party-loyalty as religion.

Republicans are not to blame for not tricking enough Democrats into voting for them in selected states. The decision to re-hire or fire President Barack Obama should not have been close.

Americans desirous of restoring the exceptional nation they grew up in, will have to be willing to fight for a goal that probably can’t be achieved in their lifetime, may not be able to ever be achieved and probably can’t be except after the impending character-shaping economic collapse due to natural laws that even Rust Belt union-GOTV can’t prevent.

What kind of character gets shaped is more likely to be akin to third world banana republics than the one that was shaped by the wars for Independence, union at home and Liberty overseas.

That a significant minority, much less a majority of the electorate of We the People would vote to re-hire such a failed man reminds of Alice in Wonderland for this sad citizen.

The fault for this loss lies with the liberals for being liberal and not with conservatives for not converting enough of them. Reason should have converted them.

Mike DeVine 

“One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson

Editor – Hillbilly Politics

Co-Founder and Editor – Political Daily

Atlanta Law & Politics columnist –  Examiner.com

Mike gamecock DeVine
A trial lawyer for two decades in South Carolina; owner of Ati Vista LLC since 2002 now associated with Lupa Law Firm; VP & Counsel for Buddy Allen Roofing & Construction Inc. since 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia; and a freelance writer, DeVine was the conservative voice of the Charlotte Observer from 2006-8 and has been the owner of HillbillyPolitics.com since 2009. www.devinelawvista.com

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  1. Perfect pitch, Mike. I am tired of hearing about what the GOP did wrong, or didn’t do, or whatever group they did not sufficiently reach out to. The only thing the GOP has really, seriously done wrong is not embrace their calling and defy/defeat/delay/deter the commies in their pursuit of power.

    The fault still rests with the commies and the 49% idiots that allow themselves to be led by them.

  2. It’s not really all about assigning blame. It’s going to come down to choosing between being loyalists or being patriots. The loyalists in PA, VA, and OH put the party over their livelihood in coal mines. The patriots are going to refuse to be loyal subjects to taxes and laws that they oppose.

    • The moral choice to refuse to comply with certain laws may well soon be at hand in some fundamental areas, but we must be selective and resolute if we make that choice; as it will be akin to the choices made by Rosa Parks and MLK and would go beyond party politics. But on the issue of party politics, we must understand that party is but a tool, but one that could still be useful. I have concluded that this irrational electorate can only possibly be made rational thru accelerated suffering at the hands of clearly accountable Democrats. Let them have Obama in Full.

  1. Perfect pitch, Mike. I am tired of hearing about what the GOP did wrong, or didn’t do, or whatever group they did not sufficiently reach out to. The only thing the GOP has really, seriously done wrong is not embrace their calling and defy/defeat/delay/deter the commies in their pursuit of power.

    The fault still rests with the commies and the 49% idiots that allow themselves to be led by them.

  2. It’s not really all about assigning blame. It’s going to come down to choosing between being loyalists or being patriots. The loyalists in PA, VA, and OH put the party over their livelihood in coal mines. The patriots are going to refuse to be loyal subjects to taxes and laws that they oppose.

    • The moral choice to refuse to comply with certain laws may well soon be at hand in some fundamental areas, but we must be selective and resolute if we make that choice; as it will be akin to the choices made by Rosa Parks and MLK and would go beyond party politics. But on the issue of party politics, we must understand that party is but a tool, but one that could still be useful. I have concluded that this irrational electorate can only possibly be made rational thru accelerated suffering at the hands of clearly accountable Democrats. Let them have Obama in Full.

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