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I Don’t Want A Revolution

01 July 2014 @ 21:47

Trevor Loudon is one of the best fighters we have in the Anti-Leftist ranks.

He recently posted a video wherein he lays out a strategy for winning the Presidency in 2016.  He advises Senator Ted Cruz to declare his candidacy and name his cabinet now.

I must say, I like the sound of this idea, although I disagree with some of his picks.

Please do take the time to click here and watch the video over at Doug Ross’s place [tips of the fedora to Friends In The Ether Jeff Goldstein and Newrouter]

One Major Quibble: The title of Mr. Loudon’s speech is

Trevor Loudon Picks The Leaders
Of The Second American Revolution

I do wish good, solid Constitutionalists, like Mr. Loudon, would stop advocating Revolution and implying that we are Revolutionaries.

We, as did The Founding Fathers, seek merely Restoration of our rights as Americans under The Constitution [and under The Supreme Legislator Of The Universe]. Further, as the inheritors of an ancient tradition among the English-Speaking Peoples, we desire only to exercise what is a very old right:

When formerly the Kings of England have encroached upon the Liberties of their Subjects, the subjects have thought it their Duty to themselves and their Posterity to contend with them until they were restored to the footing of the Constitution. —Samuel Adams, 31 March 1774.

We have no desire to tear American Society down and rebuild it based on a design created in the sterile laboratories of the minds of coffee-house philosophers.

We are not delusional destroyers, like the Ideologues.

Words, and their meanings, matter.


  1. wildriver permalink
    01 July 2014 @ 22:27 22:27

    Interesting read;
    “Why There Will Be No Revolution”

  2. 02 July 2014 @ 11:58 11:58

    Cruz is not eligible. Period.

    • Bob permalink
      02 July 2014 @ 21:44 21:44

      That’s now a moot point. 2008 saw to that.

  3. Bob permalink
    02 July 2014 @ 21:43 21:43

    In a post constitutional America, the idea of upholding the constitution is in and of itself a revolutionary act.

  4. smmtheory permalink
    02 July 2014 @ 22:55 22:55

    The way I see it, if we’re going to hit the reset button on the Constitutional Republic, we might as well call Ted Cruz eligible since he’s ten times the patriot compared to the majority of the rapscallions in Mordor on the Potomac.

  5. EssEm permalink
    06 July 2014 @ 11:53 11:53

    “…then the end of the Roman republic was at hand, and nothing could save it. The laws were the same as they had been, but the people behind the laws had changed, and so the laws counted for nothing.” Theodore Roosevelt, 1911.

    There is no restoration of the classical Constitution, because the peoples now living within the borders –such as they are– of the “United” states are no longer American and by mid-century, the sons and daughters of Europe will be a minority in our own land.

    Why is this determinative? In 2012, 90% of Republican votes came from Whites. Even in its current pathetic state the GOP is the only mass indicator of any attachment at all to the historic Constitution. Clearly, this is a concern only of White Americans. “People of Color” voted massively for the Obama State, as well as did 40% of Whites. As the demographic replacement of Americans with Third Worlders continues apace, the Old Republic will be given its coup de grace.

    The game is over.

    And to complete the offensiveness of my comment, I consider the combined effects of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Immigration Act to be the two destructive changes which have made today’s collapse inevitable. Both of these were suicidal mistakes.

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