Today we’re waiting for the results of two critical election processes to run their course. Good or Bad. Regardless of the outcome, as Mark Levin said yesterday these are the first of many, many battles to come. The Left, feeling the sting of the ObamaDeathCare rollout, is on the march regardless. Their battle plans give no credence to the abject failure of The Boy King’s™and the Progressive Party’s gross incompetence in ramming this train wreck down the throats of the citizenry and will stick to their strategy. Others have more ably said the the Progressive movement is all about getting everyone over the bridge, then burning it down so there is no turning back and returning to status quo ante.

The Commonwealth of Virginia, a state won twice in Reagan landslides now is on the cusp of turning purple (blue for the northern counties such as Fairfax) in electing former Clinton bag man Terry McAuliffe into the Governor’s Mansion. McAuliffe, not even fully supported by his own party, has run a campaign entirely consisting of pandering to the single issue, low information voters and attacking a superb, true conservative candidate Ken Cuccinelli. Ken was one of the “A” team attorneys general that argued ACA in front of the black-robed tyrants led by the despicable John Roberts in the Supreme Circus. That a candidate can win an election by appealing to a tiny at best fraction of the voting public bodes ill for our beloved Republic. McAuliffe offers nothing other than unwavering support for massive tax increases, infanticide and “ensuring” that the evil conservative “War on Women” doesn’t rip the condoms out of the hands of Virginians. Americans face incredibly difficult times ahead as Obamacare begins to destroy not only the best healthcare system in the world, but the economy as a whole, rampant (and increasing) unemployment, massive tax increases to support Obamacare (just wait for the bailout for this buzzard-fuck) and other more subtle programs of the welfare state that we’ve become, forgetting the war on terror while the Iranians get a free pass to accelerate their nuclear weapons program, and a thousand other issues, all much more consequential to our immediate economic and physical security. Yet here these morons are, pulling the lever for someone on the promise that slivers of the electorate get assuaged on their pet issue. More importantly is how the Party of Stoopid has lined up squarely against Cuccinelli, they’ve all but sent sleaze-ball McAuliffe donations themselves. Rove and his fellow travelers hate the Tea-Party and are willing to stand with the likes of Harry Reid to ensure their ideology, that of continued country-club liberal thought is preserved within the party. If we’ve ever seen under the skirts of the GOP, this is irrefutable proof of how far they’ve taken the party away from the American people and the Conservative ascendancy. A McAuliffe victory is not only good for the left, but good for the party of traitorous RINOs. A loss will be touted as a litmus test “proving” that the Tea Party candidates are too “extreme” to win national elections. A win, that I have serious doubts about, can be spun as merely proving that the left couldn’t field a viable candidate. Win or Lose, wait for the Spin Meisters to ensure that “We The People” are shown as being too stupid to know what’s good for us, that our betters that gave us the John McCains, the Mitt Romneys and all the other “only candidate that can win” idiots were right all along. We aren’t the ones out of touch with main stream America, the ongoing National nightmare of Obamacare will hopefully wake some of our fellow citizens out of their political slumber enough to see the reality of their collective choice to put a socialist community-organizer in the WH for two terms.

The second electoral watershed event is the referendum by 11 northern Colorado counties to consider seceding from an out of control state government in Denver. The last elections saw the left take over state government, riding on out of state funding from the likes of Nanny Bloomberg, et al. They rapidly passed liberty-crushing legislation strictly on party line votes that resulted in the recall of two State Senators. The sweeping, gun-grabbing legislation did not sit well with the outdoors types that reside in the Northern part of the state and the kindling was lit. Following this, the electorate, still largely conservative, of the 11 northern counties began a move that resulted in a referendum being placed on the ballot for today’s elections. The movement was clever and ensured that only voters in the counties considering secession would be able to decide the question. Should it pass, further legislation would follow to create Northern Colorado, the 51st state. Only the 10 counties in the northeast corner of the state would constitute the new state, the 11th being on the NW corner would likely petition to become a part of their brethren in Wyoming as other requirement for statehood require the counties be contiguous.

The citizens of these counties have recognized a growing danger to this and other western states. As California depopulates, the refugees are moving to more family-friendly states, yet like locusts, progressives move away from the blight of their preferred culture and immediately begin bringing it along with them, destroying their new homes as they go. It’s a sick phenomenon that makes them Sisyphyian in nature and continuing to buy into attempting to create their Utopia Just Around The Corner™. They keep pushing the rock up the hill, only to have it roll back down and over them (see Detroit). They’re constitutionally unable to recognize their foolishness and seem condemned to keep on pushing it back up the hill, only in a new location. The inner cities of the major metro areas are prime examples of this. In virtually every city in the nation, the exodus to the suburbs began 20 years ago and along with it the blight of progressive insanity with it. No state is immune, here in Texas we see suburbs such as Arlington becoming strong-holds for the liberals, having destroyed Dallas before they moved on, leaving the inner cities economic and cultural 4th world countries. Austin is an exception to this as it’s a college town and has always been a bastion of liberal/progressive policies and prides itself on it’s idiocy. It’s fortunately been contained to a few zipcodes encompassing primarily the downtown areas that include the college campuses. The disturbing part of this new battleground of ideas is the massive influence of out-of-state money attempting to maintain the left’s newly found power base. They see Colorado as the opening of a new front in the culture war and they’re willing to spend vast amounts of money to maintain a toe-hold. A solid vote today would be a major set-back for their efforts and personally I will be dancing nekkid (hey I’m waaay out of town now and only the wild-critters need suffer that vision) that they pissed away their money on their cause only have it shoved up their asses by the actual people forced to live under their boot. Getting them to spend millions is in and of itself a good tactic and hopefully notes will be taken by our side. The recall effort and secession referendum have both been on shoe-string budgets, proving that a group of citizens pushed far enough will put their own time and efforts into making a real change for themselves and their families, without relying of vast sums of money from outsiders.

Elections DO have consequences and we can only hope that the left gets to feel a bit of pain at the hands of Real Americans at the polls today. Regardless, the scripts are already written to play it down, but We The People will see and know a victory when it happens. It is only the first skirmish in the Battle Of The Republic, but it’s important as all the ones that are certain to follow are too.

Take heart friends, we number in the millions, the enemy only a few hundred thousand, in spite of their command of the information war. We can prevail if we too, stand and fight with our brothers and sisters in places like Colorado and Virginia today.

-Carry On

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Terrapod
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November 5, 2013 16:12

Foist, and I pray that VA will come to it’s senses before electing a carpetbagging incompetent mini-me Obungles to the governorship. How someone who has not run a damned profit making industry or has intimate knowledge of management can be elected to high office is beyond me, but them the 52% elected Obungles, so what do I know.

LC TerribleTroy
LC TerribleTroy
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November 5, 2013 16:43

If the Libertarians in VA wake the fuck up to whats going on, Virginia may stand a chance. Apparently the Libertarian candidate was heavily funded by a Obama acolyte. NYC is about to get a Che luvin sooper “progressive” type. Good for them, they deserve it. I pray that Counties in Colorado vote to secede and I hope it starts… Read more »

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
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November 5, 2013 17:58

The second electoral watershed event is the referendum by 11 northern Colorado counties to consider seceding from an out of control state government in Denver.

Wonder if those counties know that 11 states tried it first. It didn’t end well.

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 5, 2013 18:31

Fa Cube Itches says: Wonder if those counties know that 11 states tried it first. It didn’t end well. the cause is different this time around. They aren’t seceding to preserve an institution like slavery, they are seceding to get away from a government that takes their tax money and spends it on their urban liberal constituents. I have property… Read more »

LC Roguetek
LC Roguetek
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November 5, 2013 20:18

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #: Shame on you. It wasn’t about slavery, it was about states rights, and the fact the south was getting intentionally economically shafted by the north. Slavery was -at best- a tertiary issue. One could argue, by making it impossible for the south to develop industrial machining capacity, thus delaying the spread of… Read more »

Eric Praline
Eric Praline
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November 5, 2013 20:28

FoxNews just called it for McAwful.

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 5, 2013 20:36

LC Roguetek says: Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #: Shame on you. It wasn’t about slavery, it was about states rights, and the fact the south was getting intentionally economically shafted by the north. Slavery was -at best- a tertiary issue. One could argue, by making it impossible for the south to develop industrial machining capacity, thus delaying… Read more »

LC Robohobo
LC Robohobo
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November 5, 2013 20:59

McA$$hole won by the Libertarians being bundled by a Obama toady from Austin, Tx. stealing enough votes to swing the thing. Still want to insist the Libertarians are our comrades? Good luck with that. Ron Paul is just another useful idiot. Turns out that the Left is starting on the disinformation campaign against his sonny boy, Rand also. He is… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 5, 2013 21:03

LC Robohobo says: McA$$hole won by the Libertarians being bundled by a Obama toady from Austin, Tx. stealing enough votes to swing the thing. Still want to insist the Libertarians are our comrades? Good luck with that. Ron Paul is just another useful idiot. Turns out that the Left is starting on the disinformation campaign against his sonny boy, Rand… Read more »

LC MosinFiend
LC MosinFiend
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November 5, 2013 21:08

LC Robohobo @ #:

Bullshit, Ron Paul campaigned extensively for Cuccinelli. I might not be a big Ron Paul supporter but the guy’s heart is in the right place.

Orion
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November 5, 2013 21:26

Shocking. Another rigged election goes against the Stupid Party.

Who could EVER have predicted such a thing? That’s OK! The NEXT time I’m sure they’ll beat the Globetrotters!

Orion

readerjp
readerjp
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November 5, 2013 22:15

You think Bloomberg is bad? At least he’s pro-business and kept the city on a firm financial footing. Well, today a guy nobody heard of 3 months ago was elected Mayor and he’s a Marxist. He fought with the Sandanistas, he’s pro-Muslim and told them that they won’t have to worry about surveillance by the NYPD – De Blasio Tells… Read more »

Tallulah
Tallulah
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November 6, 2013 01:34

The beleagured working folks in the black and Hispanic community have called for more policing, not less. Of course the Media Lickspittles don’t cover them. They will get the brunt of the newly liberated thug class. Our new Pinko mayor is also married to a black lesbian. Well, she wrote an article for Ebony about her experience as a Black… Read more »

LC Xystus
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November 6, 2013 02:02

readerjp:

De Blasio Tells Muslims He’ll End Broad NYPD Spying If Elected

They’re perhaps fools enough to believe him. :em05:

Tallulah:

Pray for The Remnant here in the city: there are about 20% of us, and we are going to get caught in the clusterfuck that’s coming.

“Come out of her, my people.”

HempRopeAndStreetlight
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November 6, 2013 08:52

Sarvis got something like what? 7% of the vote? Jesus, when will we learn…..if we want to change the GOP we need to do it from the inside……Libertarians and conservatives lose again, when will we learn You do know the establishment republican party did more to destroy Ken than the democrats or the libertarians yes? You think you can un-spoil… Read more »

LC Sir Clambake, Imperial Black Ops Technician, K.o.E.
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November 6, 2013 08:58

LC TerribleTroy says: Let the urbans live in their “progressive” shit holes, and if they move into your neighborhood, wait till they are all out and burn down the fucking house they live in. Prolly have to do that a couple of times…. they are slow learners after all. Why wait until they’re out? They’ll learn much more quickly if… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight
HempRopeAndStreetlight
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November 6, 2013 09:22

A failure is a failure. They fought hard in Colorado – that’s nice? Did working within the corrupt system produce tangible results? Yes or no? Has working within the corrupt system produced results since Reagan? Yes or no? This system is designed to screw people with our mindset, while still dangling just enough “hope” to keep us from killing them.… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight
HempRopeAndStreetlight
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November 6, 2013 09:26

http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=225755 It Is Time To Stand Up, Or Stand Down By Karl Denninger Delusion is a funny thing. It’s very easy and “satisfying” to engage in it, when the object is yourself and your beliefs or expectations. You can always find an excuse as to why you should be optimistic about this or that, why movement in the wrong direction… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 6, 2013 11:29

HempRopeAndStreetlight says: Sarvis got something like what? 7% of the vote? Jesus, when will we learn…..if we want to change the GOP we need to do it from the inside……Libertarians and conservatives lose again, when will we learn You do know the establishment republican party did more to destroy Ken than the democrats or the libertarians yes? You think you… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 6, 2013 15:58

Neither I nor JB said you were pressing for a third party, we are saying we change things from the inside. Engaging in a shadow economy or a shadow existence just removes us from the system, a system that we need to get under the hood of and fix, We can’t do that by standing off and not participating. Wanna… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight
HempRopeAndStreetlight
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November 6, 2013 16:14

We are not “stuck” with anything. That attitude is what the gentry-class RINOS will use when they demand you vote for Crispy-Creme in 2016. I’ll make a deal with you gentlemen: If I am wrong, and we end up with Senator Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Sara Palin, Rand Paul, or another genuine rock-balled conservative – (i.e. not a Rubio, Crispy-Creme,… Read more »

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
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November 6, 2013 17:07

I’ll have to let you have my bottle if we win as I don’t touch the al-kee-hol anymore…..and I hope the GOP sees fit to run a rock-balled conservative. I doubt that will happen, it will be Christie or if we are lucky Jindal. That is why it’s so important to gain the majority in the Senate and enlarge it… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight
HempRopeAndStreetlight
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November 6, 2013 20:19

No sirs, it is my belief that the situation calls for significantly more action than a new political party. My comment is/was systemic in scope. It’s my opinion that we don’t even have time to take back the republican party. When you are one justice away from ruin, and the entire system itself has been wholly co-opted by leftist droids,… Read more »

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
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November 7, 2013 16:50

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #: the cause is different this time around. They aren’t seceding to preserve an institution like slavery, they are seceding to get away from a government that takes their tax money and spends it on their urban liberal constituents. The cause is the same – to get away from a Federal government that… Read more »

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
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November 7, 2013 17:00

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:

so tell me again who the stupid ones are

The ones who assume voting will ever fix anything.

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery
Guest
November 8, 2013 14:49

Fa Cube Itches says: Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #: the cause is different this time around. They aren’t seceding to preserve an institution like slavery, they are seceding to get away from a government that takes their tax money and spends it on their urban liberal constituents. The cause is the same – to get away from… Read more »

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches
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November 9, 2013 19:47

Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery @ #:

so what’s your solution?

Caedite eos.

HempRopeAndStreetlight
HempRopeAndStreetlight
Guest
November 11, 2013 09:13

For Eight Months the Gentry GOP Refused to Back Cuccinelli, Even Though He Was Tied With, Or Leading, McAuliffe Most of That Time
http://www.dailypundit.com/?p=78707