The House Falls

The House has fallen. This will make the President’s vision hard to complete over the next 2 years of his 1st term. Many of the President’s promises cannot take place without the help of Congress. And with the House under Democratic Leftist control actual lawmaking will come to a standstill.

For the next 2 years we cannot compromise the Republic in the House. Anything the Leftists champion must be opposed. Even if that results in a shutdown of the government.

The Left will move forward with their plan of revenge. Endless investigations into the President and his Administration. Endless Impeachment Articles against the President and his Administration. These of course will be acquitted in the Senate but it will take up valuable time in both houses of Congress.

Additionally the Left will move forward with legislation and their adgenda to destroy the Republic and American Exceptionalism.

Of course we also must begin our campaign to take back the House in 2020 to give President Trump a united government for his 2nd term.

Vote Today

Today is Election Day across the US. Some of course have voted early or voted by absentee ballot. Thank you for doing your civic duty. The rest of us are voting today.

Please make sure you go to the polls today and vote. If you need a ride there are options out there for that. I am making plans for the 2020 election to be available to drive anyone in my area to the pools, but I wont be available this year.

When you vote please be educated on the issues and know where the candidates stand on those issues. Don’t blindly vote for someone because of a letter after their name that you don’t like.

The issues we vote for today will effect not only tomorrow but the next 2-4 years and even generations to come.

Our civic duty is important and sacred. Treat it as such. It is not about power and who has it or who doesn’t. It is not about getting even or settling a score. It is about our future. My future. Your future. And the future of children and generations yet to be born. It is about the future and survival of the American Republic.

This burden rests on our shoulders every time we cast our votes. Please use this great power we have been given with wisdom.

The Bombs and Motive

The pipe bombs are no the work of any conservative, tea party, Republican, or right wing group or individual. The people targeted are meaningless in the midterm elections. None of them are on the political radar. They are not a threat to the coming Red Wave.

Additionally the packages all have the hallmarks of someone wanting the bombs to be discovered before any harm is done. Excessive taping use on the package. Excessive postage for the weight of the package.

These and other signs clearly show that the sender(s) want the packages to be discovered. Or they are complete idiots with the amateur knowledge of someone with a middle school education.

I am a very political active. And I don’t have the home addresses of any high level Republican, let alone Democratic party members and former presidents. No this is an inside job.

Nothing happens by chance or coincidences when it comes to the Clinton’s. And since they were “targeted” in this bombing attempt. It greatly increases the chances this is an inside job planned and ran by the Democratic Left to shift blame to the right and GOP.

The motive is simple, this is to attempt to change the narrative of the upcoming midterm elections. To jump start the failed Blue Wave and sweep the Democratic party into power. There is no motive for those on the right to send pipe bombs.

Mid-Terms

The 2018 mid-term elections are just around the corner. And a lot is at stake here. The future of our Republic and it’s communities. The future of the Presidency also hangs in the balance. And your future. My future. And the future of coming generations.

Across Social Media and news sites there is a solid theme by both of our 2 major political parties.

The Republican party talks about the future. Not just for themselves but for everyone. While the Democratic party talks about regaining power for themselves. And doing so at any cost, including violence against any opposition.

This is not your grandparents Democratic party. This is not the Democratic party of President John F. Kennedy. Today President Kennedy would be a Republican. Every time I hear his old speeches he sounds like a moderate, but very conservative leaning, Republican.

The Democratic party is a bait and switch party. Don’t fall for it. You are baited with emotions which should not be confused with facts. Emotions should not determine your voting choices.

President Trump has proven that a Republican can promise and deliver. Promises were made and those promises are being kept. This is the mark of a true leader and statesman. A politician just speaks where the wind blows. President Trump is changing the status quo for good.

So when you go to the polls. Remember who do you want to represent you?
Are you for power and violence against all opposition?
Or are you wanting the best for the future?

Leftist Lexicon Word of the Week

We’re entering into the home stretch of the 2018 midterm elections, and it couldn’t come soon enough. I was tired of this year’s midterm elections in, oh, 2016. And with the Left, this could be the most important election in our history because, as they put it, “Trump is a doodyhead.” (Actually, it’s not that reason in so many words, but it boils down to that.)

To help the cause to elect more Democrats, the Left has once again jumped to social media to start a new hashtag, #VoteThemOut, referencing a desire to vote out Republicans. Because, as we all know from the previous Administration, hashtags make people DO something.

Well, in this case, it’s inspiring me to do something: write this week’s Leftist Lexicon!

#VoteThemOut

What the Left thinks it means – an online movement to vote out Republicans and replace them with progressive Democrats

What it really means – a hashtag that will accomplish nothing

Every couple of years, we go through the same tired dance. One party wants to keep power, and the other party wants to strip power away from the other party because the other party is evil incarnate. The only way for the latter party to fix the problems caused by the evil party is to elect more good people. And every couple of years, nothing changes in a significant manner, no matter who wins the election.

Blather. Rinse. Repeat.

Although the Left has a ton of motivation to vote for Democrats and progressives this year, their use of a hashtag to promote it doesn’t exactly scream “Vote for us because we have ideas.” It’s closer to “Vote for us because the other side sucks.” Enter the hashtag #VoteThemOut. It sends the same message as “Vote for us because the other side sucks,” but does it in a way that is short, memorable, and catchy. It’s the social media equivalent of a bumper sticker, but without the need to find space on a vehicle to stick it.

And you might be able to guess what else I feel can stick it.

Hashtags may be what the cool kids do, but it makes for poor political strategy because it doesn’t necessarily create action. Remember #BringBackOurGirls? It was a valid sentiment that hoped to garner positive results, but it worked as well as CNN’s fact checking department. It brought attention to the situation and did…absolutely nothing.

Just like the ribbons worn on the red carpets in Hollywood, hashtags are a great way to show you care about an issue and they seem to absolve the person using them of the responsibility of actually doing something about it. After all, they did the hard part by telling people know about an issue. It’s up to others to do the easy stuff and make things happen!

And, yes, I’m being sarcastic here.

In order for hashtags to become more than just words in the cyber-ether, someone has to act on them. But the problem with the midterm elections is only a limited number of people can act on them since we’re dealing with state-level elections, albeit with national implications. A Leftist in California tweeting #VoteThemOut can have it go global, but the impact it has is limited to the voters or potential voters where Democrats want to take Republican seats. Further diluting the impact is the fact #VoteThemOut will only garner support from people already leaning towards that idea.

Can you say “echo chamber,” kids? I knew you could.

Let’s say for the sake of argument the hashtag catches on and results in the “Blue Wave” the Left keeps saying is going to happen. What then? Given the fact most Leftists see it as a chance to impeach President Donald Trump, not much will get accomplished. Oh, there may be some other progressive ideas that may get proposed and maybe even voted on by the House and Senate, but unless impeachment is on the table, the Left won’t be happy. (Mainly because they think they can remove Trump and everyone else in the line of succession, force the country to hold a new election, add more Justices to the Supreme Court, and other wild conclusions devoid of Constitutional grounding. But, hey, why let a little thing like the Constitution get in the way of getting what the Left wants, right?)

Surely this time will be different, the Left will say. And they will be wrong. When there is a seismic shift in political power, rarely is it followed by a flurry of positive results that benefit the country. Why, it’s almost as if…politicians promise the moon, but only deliver green cheese!

That’s because government isn’t in the problem-solving business. I’ve noted it before, but the short version is current government needs there to be constant problems to retain power, money, and control. If Democrats sweep into power in 2018, all the problems they say are caused by Republicans will either be “forgotten” or found not to be as big of a problem as they claimed they were. And if the “Blue Wave” happens, a “Red Wave” will come after that and then Republicans will be the ones to “forget” problems or go along to get along.

The fact we still have a Department of Education in spite of Ronald Reagan’s promise to eliminate it back in the 1980s is proof of that.

If you want to vote out Democrats and/or Republicans because you feel things will be better without them, go for it. Just try to act surprised when nothing comes of it.