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Resistance to Illegitimacy, A Way Forward

Now, I’ve already said that I don’t think Mitt Romney simply lost on Tuesday. To believe otherwise would betray what I have seen with my own eyes. I can’t believe those 30,000 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania on election eve were just a bunch of Mormons bussed in from Provo, or that the 200 who showed up to see Stevie Wonder in Cleveland the day before was just a head fake to disguise the 400,000 who would show up to vote the next day.

Within 24 hours of the election we were being walked down a path of incredulity, asked to set aside our ability to discern and think critically and to accept the new reasoning…unexpected youth vote (under 19), surprisingly high turn-out among the Democrat base (down 10 million), the slut vote…from the same experts who told us Romney would win, and possibly win big only days before.

However, you don’t have to believe me on this.

Everyone of us has to work out in his/her own mind how best to make our way forward after this stunning loss. I’m in the “we wuz robbed’ crowd, while most of you are in the “what’s become of my country?” lamentations crowd.

Many of you are inclined to simply drop out, and for reasons having to do with what lay in store ahead, I’d say you’re right. There is much in all our nests that will need tending the next year or so, for we are about to enter dark, uncharted waters.

But many of you will look to the next election (2014) and the next (2016) and simply tighten your belt and say, “Here we go again!” then begin laying up stores for a long electoral siege as we just came through in 2010-2012. Check in with me again in about a year, for I think you may change your minds, and while you may not accept my assertion that Romney was robbed, you will be less inclined to accept that all we’ll need is more guts and glory and the whole voter-turnout thing to turn this country around.

My reasoning on this is simple, actually.

For two years, thanks in large part to Lady Penguin, we’ve put together a healthy profile of Barack Obama, as well as the thuggery of the Democrat Party, as we witnessed with Obamacare in ’09. During the campaign Romney ads kept saying re-electing Obama would mean four more years of the same old thing, but in truth, no longer facing re-election, Mr Obama will no longer have to play nice, and with a compliant Senate, will never have to fear any real political recriminations for any misdeeds in office…including naked criminality, which he’s approaching in the Benghazi debacle. Obama knows this. So should you.

So, no, the next four years, actually, the first 18 months, will prevue a quickening, including a second recession, possible failure of the dollar, and a near collapse of the private energy sector. And under a president who doesn’t have to be there patting us on the back anymore, “There, there, now, good times are just ahead” as he did this past year. He will be a president who no longer has to care. He and the Congress have no need to be afraid of anything…and the only real political power the People will have will be to make them afraid.

If I’m right, and someone doesn’t discover the multi-layered tentacles of the methodology of the election fraud very soon, Democrats will never have to worry about losing power through an election ever again. They can pick winners and losers as they wish, just so long as enough of the GOP gets to hang around to make it all look sort of normal. The scheme has been choreographed to near perfection.

And the narrative to protect this contest had already been set into place, with the help of all the beltway minds, right and left, for next time, if the tea parties are super-active again, it will be 3m establishment Republicans who will stay at home, but if the GOP presents another moderate squish (Romney wasn’t one, but note how quickly he became one on Day 2) then the conservatives will stay home. They will always come up just 2-3 million votes short.

The excuse for GOP failure has already be set into stone, and they’re all in on it, from FoxNews to MSNBC. They’re all part of a game-within-a -Grand Game. As we saw with both Fast and Furious and Benghazi, Fox can scoop the whole world, and carry a narrative forward that is near criminal and treasonous in scope, still, they all know nothing will ever come of it. No arrests, no trials, no resignations in shame, no impeachment. Just outrage, and an angry electorate who will always come up 3 million short. Come 2016, no change in real power. Just theater.

So, if the election was a fraud, then so were the past four years, while we all worked very hard to raise an army, to achieve something that had already been decided. America’s last free election was 2008, not 2012.

In the cold light of dispassion, as a general might look upon a battlefield defeat, striving to regroup, and strike out again, we have to acknowledge that perhaps mere public action and enthusiasm no longer may matter if an honest ballot box is being denied us.

Resistance

From where the sun now stands, I consider the current government to be illegitimate.

“Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God“- B. Franklin.

As in 1775 we are now nothing more than free men and women confronting a tyrant from a foreign land, who has invaded our country and occupied our Land.

We must act accordingly. My chosen way forward is immediate, firm resistance. I suggest you consider it also, and suggest you consider ways you can personally, as an army of one, wreck and deny their plans.

Henceforward I will no longer bother to organize for political action, looking to win some unattainable election, but rather resist and wreck, which I can do daily. In 2008 we started out as the tools of political change, but today we become tools of obstruction…from small towns to the halls of Congress.

Henceforward we will fight to protect our personal freedoms and liberty, our moral choices, all our listed rights in the first eight amendments to the Constitution, just as if the enemy were at our front gate, while seeking support from the Tenth  to offer territorial support Like Robert E Lee, our allegiance will be to the state capital, not Washington City. (This shelter not currently available in CA, NY, WA, OR, IL, DE, NJ, MA, CT, RI and VT.)

And we will make them afraid…not because they can see and hear us, but because they cannot.

(The Partisans, Verestchaguine)

In other words, we have to change the way we do things.  I know we all have to tend to our own nests;  it’s natural, as it was for the patriots of 1776, to hunker down, to protect and feed kith and kin first.

Everyone will have to assess his/her own risks and rewards in this regard. Now that we have a clearer idea of what lay ahead, we will be better able to manage our time differently. No more conferences, less time on blogs or watching the news. Even Fox. I turned Fox off at 10 PM Tuesday night and will not turn it back on. Sorry, Charles, but I can keep up with current events elsewhere. I don’t want inside-the-game commentary anymore.

In this new reality political blogs will become almost irrelevant. I’ll have more on this later as might concern UnifiedPatriots, but the individual blogger/ranter should simply go back home to share with his closest friends. Rants no longer matter. Outrage no longer matters, as that will be our force-fed daily meal for four more years anyway. What we can’t do is let them hear us choke on the gruel.

A kind of samizdat network will spring up much like the tea parties, informally, often using the language of the Jews of the Middle Ages, with hidden meanings, subtle undertones, laced with a staunch, unbending fidelity to the courage, strength of spirit and honor that binds us all. Part of our wrecking will be to teach and un-teach, and less to preach.

Of course, there will still be groups out there who will pursue the larger political aims of conservatism (I like Freedom Works), voices such as Limbaugh, and institutions such as Heritage and Hillsdale, and it will be interesting to see how their messages change to meet the challenges of this new reality. But so many, in just two short days, have been rendered as useless as teats on a boar hog, and I am trying assiduously to unsubscribe to many, forgetting that I never subscribed to most in the first place.

Virtue, not budget battles, will guide us, until that day when some governor steps forward and says “No” and shillelagh law becomes all the rage from Knoxville to El Paso. It will likely happen. Look for it. Washington will find it a tough slog to push its agenda thru in many states, especially once it finds out the courts can’t help it.

In the end, and I think that end will arrive before 2016, the seamless fabric of America will be rent. No society can “long endure” that is composed of an equal number of producers and workers, and takers; certainly not a free one.

Good vs Evil, redux, and yes, Evil blinks.

There are two natural orders at contest in America, the ancient order, that of kings and their retinue, (I Samuel) who survives on the sweat of others, and the second one, forged by God’s hand in which the common man is in charge, his rank attained by his work, sweat and skill, and a guaranteed sovereignty over the people he elects to provide him with government services.

How and how soon this struggle will be settled is in doubt, but that it will be settled in favor of God’s handiwork there is not doubt.

And it’s my belief that resistance, not elections, will first decide the outcome.

 

 

vassarbushmills
Citizen With Bark On

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  1. I’m torn between thinking like you, but also believing people stayed home because of anti-Mormonism, or the less than perfect candidate. Gary Johnson, the libertarian candidate certainly siphoned votes.

    Here’s another thought about the missing 2012 votes. Many of us have said that McCain lost in 08, but not near as bad as he would have if it weren’t for Sarah Palin on the ticket. Sarah is an evangelical Christian, and maybe she actually brought those votes in for McCain. Subtract Sarah votes, and you could make the case for the missing 2-3 million votes this time around.

    Still, voter fraud is rampant, and the Dems did everything they could to keep voter ID out. People could vote showing an address, no picture, no proof of citizenship to even be on the voter rolls. OFofA was set up at every library in town all summer, Sept, Oct. This is how they get people to sign up. We need to have better voting drives on our side. Also, with all the money that goes to campaigns, they need to start hiring some off duty policemen as official poll watchers.

  2. Unfortunately, with the way the polls tightened and the concern growing it is hard to believe that they didn’t have some plan in place fixing this race. What do we believe, our own “lying” eyes or their lying words? There was no Obamamania around here publicly, but you could pull it off focusing only on pockets of blacks and young voters, just hit black communities, black and white colleges, and they could bring in highly concentrated votes. Also, heard about how the Dems “harvest” votes at the nursing homes, etc.

  3. Besides the avenues of active and passive resistance, it seems like an opportunistic lawyer or two around the country ought to be able to take advantage of the Equal Protection clause in such things as the waivers on Obamacare, with the idea to get *everybody* exempted from it, and other things like “renewables” executives being charged in state courts with fraud and given plea deals for, well, you know. Where is the imagination these days?

  4. I did not believe voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia would vote radically different than the voters in West Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina. I knew Obama was going for the moron vote, but I did not realize there were so many of them. There is a predisposition of hate for Republicans that has been fueled by entertainment, academia, and journalism for so long, and it is all completely lies. I stand with you VB. Sometimes you just have to reconcile with the fact that you can’t fix stupid.

    • Morons enslaved on the government plantation. Not only did they zero in on their core constituencies, they hit it by locations too, maximizing the number of votes they could mine.

      On a side note, Bill Clinton probably had more to do with getting Obama reelected than Obama himself.

  5. 100% agree that we will always come 3M short because mechanism is in place. Do we have a list of conservative businesses we can work with – reject giving money to traitors. Starbucks lost my biz for life after endorsing O. Hollywood movies are toast, I don’t have cable and I will spend less time giving ideas to Obama voters – in my personal life.

  6. “America’s last free election was 2008, not 2012.”

    I don’t think 2008 was a free election either. I am of the opinion that the 2008 election was a test run of massive voter fraud techniques, in preparation for the production rollout in 2012. The voter fraud done in this last election was simply too slick, too practiced, too effective, and too well-hidden to be the first time.

    I think 2010 was a mostly free election. It was deemed not important enough to win the mid-term election and risk exposing their methodology and techniques. And, it would tend to give their opposition a false sense of optimism in the upcoming 2012 election, thus making the win in 2012 more devastating and complete.

    We are outclassed in long-term planning, deviousness, manipulation of the masses, and sheer lust for power, to be able to adequately defend the country from the dangers within. Nothing short of a massive upheaval will fix this now. We are too far down the road to ruin. (Sorry for the downer comment; cannot help myself right now…)

  7. Out of fear, greed, sloth, avarice and coveting thy neighbor’s everything they earned or will earn, fifty percent of the population enslaved the other fifty percent of the population. Slave State Flags now need to fly over the following state’s capital buildings- California, New York, Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Delaware, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont.

    Who would have thought an elected president would turn out to be Pro-Slavery,

    • The only consistent answer I’ve been able to give to the few gloaters I’ve encountered has been something like, “Well, I can take an ass-kicking as well as any man, but when God kicks you in the ass it hurts especially hard. For you see, it means there are some really dark times ahead, and in the pecking order of things, you’ll find you’re even less exempt than I am.”

      Seems to startle them

  8. I, too, am of the belief that Romney and all of us were robbed big time (and very cleverly at that). Allen West found 6,000 votes in St. Lucie county alone which “mysteriously” were transferred from him to his opponent. Multiply 6,000 times the number of all the critical counties in the “swing states” and voila! The commies win! Ta Da! Ain’t life grand?
    I am about the same age as you are Vassar, and for as far back as I can remember I have pegged around 9.5 on the Combative Personality Scale. Couple that with my “damn the torpedos/Alamo” attitude and shillelagh law would definitely be my kind of game. However two things give me pause. First, when Beck was still on Fox he played an audio recorded by someone undercover at a meeting of these types. I do not remember if the group was comprised of totalitarians, commies or what. But they very specifically stated that they anticipated killing up to 25 million in order to quash any kind of push back on the part of the citizenry. Second there are the 1.2 billion hollow points and 2,500 armored personnel carriers currently in the hands of DHS and we all know they aren’t being used on the southern border so why did they buy them? Aw, come on… you know the answer to that one.
    so I pray. I pray for all of those of faith. I pray for Rick Perry for my money is on him to be the first governor to step into the fray. And I pray for guidance and suggestions (hopefully here on UP) on how to go about throwing sand in their gears because, although my combative self is ready and willing 24/7, I am totally lacking in the street smarts necessary to point me toward success in those endeavors.
    From the Book of Common Prayer 1928:
    Lighten our darkness, we beseech thee O Lord; and by thy great mercy defend us from all perils and dangers of this night; for the love of thy only Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ.

  9. Turning the tide now would be miraculous, a tea party type effort X 1,000,000. I don’t see how we avoid a major reset, but it’s amazing the lengths that can be gone to put it off, especially w/ printing press and coordinated central banks worldwide.

    Centralized anything only serves to make the correction magnitudes larger, socializing losses only put them off for a much larger crash to come.

    The ironic thing for those who vote for these dangerous people who vow to protect them, is that the rapid change will hurt the very people the left pretends to protect in the first place. They’ll never see it coming or make the connectio either.

    As far as blogs, many are becoming much more insular ( i was just banned at one for a week for some dissent of dear leader LOL). However, the tea parties served a great purpose in uniting people, giving them some hope in validating that they were not alone in their thinking.

    It’s gonna get a lot lonelier out there for Patriots that can see the big picture! Somedays I wish I was ignorant, enjoying a 6 pack on my double-wide porch.

  1. I’m torn between thinking like you, but also believing people stayed home because of anti-Mormonism, or the less than perfect candidate. Gary Johnson, the libertarian candidate certainly siphoned votes.

    Here’s another thought about the missing 2012 votes. Many of us have said that McCain lost in 08, but not near as bad as he would have if it weren’t for Sarah Palin on the ticket. Sarah is an evangelical Christian, and maybe she actually brought those votes in for McCain. Subtract Sarah votes, and you could make the case for the missing 2-3 million votes this time around.

    Still, voter fraud is rampant, and the Dems did everything they could to keep voter ID out. People could vote showing an address, no picture, no proof of citizenship to even be on the voter rolls. OFofA was set up at every library in town all summer, Sept, Oct. This is how they get people to sign up. We need to have better voting drives on our side. Also, with all the money that goes to campaigns, they need to start hiring some off duty policemen as official poll watchers.

  2. Unfortunately, with the way the polls tightened and the concern growing it is hard to believe that they didn’t have some plan in place fixing this race. What do we believe, our own “lying” eyes or their lying words? There was no Obamamania around here publicly, but you could pull it off focusing only on pockets of blacks and young voters, just hit black communities, black and white colleges, and they could bring in highly concentrated votes. Also, heard about how the Dems “harvest” votes at the nursing homes, etc.

  3. Besides the avenues of active and passive resistance, it seems like an opportunistic lawyer or two around the country ought to be able to take advantage of the Equal Protection clause in such things as the waivers on Obamacare, with the idea to get *everybody* exempted from it, and other things like “renewables” executives being charged in state courts with fraud and given plea deals for, well, you know. Where is the imagination these days?

  4. I did not believe voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia would vote radically different than the voters in West Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina. I knew Obama was going for the moron vote, but I did not realize there were so many of them. There is a predisposition of hate for Republicans that has been fueled by entertainment, academia, and journalism for so long, and it is all completely lies. I stand with you VB. Sometimes you just have to reconcile with the fact that you can’t fix stupid.

    • Morons enslaved on the government plantation. Not only did they zero in on their core constituencies, they hit it by locations too, maximizing the number of votes they could mine.

      On a side note, Bill Clinton probably had more to do with getting Obama reelected than Obama himself.

  5. 100% agree that we will always come 3M short because mechanism is in place. Do we have a list of conservative businesses we can work with – reject giving money to traitors. Starbucks lost my biz for life after endorsing O. Hollywood movies are toast, I don’t have cable and I will spend less time giving ideas to Obama voters – in my personal life.

  6. “America’s last free election was 2008, not 2012.”

    I don’t think 2008 was a free election either. I am of the opinion that the 2008 election was a test run of massive voter fraud techniques, in preparation for the production rollout in 2012. The voter fraud done in this last election was simply too slick, too practiced, too effective, and too well-hidden to be the first time.

    I think 2010 was a mostly free election. It was deemed not important enough to win the mid-term election and risk exposing their methodology and techniques. And, it would tend to give their opposition a false sense of optimism in the upcoming 2012 election, thus making the win in 2012 more devastating and complete.

    We are outclassed in long-term planning, deviousness, manipulation of the masses, and sheer lust for power, to be able to adequately defend the country from the dangers within. Nothing short of a massive upheaval will fix this now. We are too far down the road to ruin. (Sorry for the downer comment; cannot help myself right now…)

  7. Out of fear, greed, sloth, avarice and coveting thy neighbor’s everything they earned or will earn, fifty percent of the population enslaved the other fifty percent of the population. Slave State Flags now need to fly over the following state’s capital buildings- California, New York, Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Delaware, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont.

    Who would have thought an elected president would turn out to be Pro-Slavery,

    • The only consistent answer I’ve been able to give to the few gloaters I’ve encountered has been something like, “Well, I can take an ass-kicking as well as any man, but when God kicks you in the ass it hurts especially hard. For you see, it means there are some really dark times ahead, and in the pecking order of things, you’ll find you’re even less exempt than I am.”

      Seems to startle them

  8. I, too, am of the belief that Romney and all of us were robbed big time (and very cleverly at that). Allen West found 6,000 votes in St. Lucie county alone which “mysteriously” were transferred from him to his opponent. Multiply 6,000 times the number of all the critical counties in the “swing states” and voila! The commies win! Ta Da! Ain’t life grand?
    I am about the same age as you are Vassar, and for as far back as I can remember I have pegged around 9.5 on the Combative Personality Scale. Couple that with my “damn the torpedos/Alamo” attitude and shillelagh law would definitely be my kind of game. However two things give me pause. First, when Beck was still on Fox he played an audio recorded by someone undercover at a meeting of these types. I do not remember if the group was comprised of totalitarians, commies or what. But they very specifically stated that they anticipated killing up to 25 million in order to quash any kind of push back on the part of the citizenry. Second there are the 1.2 billion hollow points and 2,500 armored personnel carriers currently in the hands of DHS and we all know they aren’t being used on the southern border so why did they buy them? Aw, come on… you know the answer to that one.
    so I pray. I pray for all of those of faith. I pray for Rick Perry for my money is on him to be the first governor to step into the fray. And I pray for guidance and suggestions (hopefully here on UP) on how to go about throwing sand in their gears because, although my combative self is ready and willing 24/7, I am totally lacking in the street smarts necessary to point me toward success in those endeavors.
    From the Book of Common Prayer 1928:
    Lighten our darkness, we beseech thee O Lord; and by thy great mercy defend us from all perils and dangers of this night; for the love of thy only Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ.

  9. Turning the tide now would be miraculous, a tea party type effort X 1,000,000. I don’t see how we avoid a major reset, but it’s amazing the lengths that can be gone to put it off, especially w/ printing press and coordinated central banks worldwide.

    Centralized anything only serves to make the correction magnitudes larger, socializing losses only put them off for a much larger crash to come.

    The ironic thing for those who vote for these dangerous people who vow to protect them, is that the rapid change will hurt the very people the left pretends to protect in the first place. They’ll never see it coming or make the connectio either.

    As far as blogs, many are becoming much more insular ( i was just banned at one for a week for some dissent of dear leader LOL). However, the tea parties served a great purpose in uniting people, giving them some hope in validating that they were not alone in their thinking.

    It’s gonna get a lot lonelier out there for Patriots that can see the big picture! Somedays I wish I was ignorant, enjoying a 6 pack on my double-wide porch.

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