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Elections 2014: GOP #FAIL [Updated]

16 October 2014 @ 11:24

Stacy McCain’s excellent analysis of the prospects for the Republican Party taking control of the Senate prompted me to these thoughts…

No matter the outcome, the GOP will have failed — only the degree of the FAIL is in doubt.

They should have walked away with the Senate, but they persist in not giving us any reason to vote for Republicans.

Cryin’ John stays silent on the issues of the day and Granny Mitch minces words. And their toadies — all groveling like little piggies for scraps from their tables — follow their masters.

I will not be voting for anyone who is not a conservative.

In fact, I may pull the lever for the GOP candidates’s Democratic opponents because the GOP Delenda Est! feeling is strong in me.

You see, no matter the outcome of this Election, we’ll still be well and truly f–ked. The time for BS is over. We are engaged in a literal life and death struggle to determine whether we shall be slaves or be free men.

UPDATE at 1941…

Paco offers some very insightful analysis:

Republicans are likely to score big in the upcoming elections, but it seems this will represent a public rebuke to Obama and the Democrats rather than an endorsement of Republican policy prescriptions.

Are there any Republican policy prescriptions, by the way? I mean, aside from watered down versions of Democrat policies? Mark Levin had a number of depressing observations to make [Tuesday] night on his radio program, including the evaporation of support among certain Republicans for repealing ObamaCare, and the continuing shiftiness on amnesty. Perhaps the most stunning of his assertions is that the Republican establishment is working hard to pad the GOP’s majority in the House, not to counter Democrats, but to isolate and contain representatives associated with the Tea Party. Perhaps voters are willing to rally around a banner bearing the motto, “At least we’re not that guy”, for one election cycle, but establishment pabulum doesn’t make very good mortar for an enduring political platform, and I fear that the Democrats will return, more menacing than ever, like the evil spirit mentioned in the gospel of St. Matthew:

“Now when the unclean spirit goes out of a man, it passes through waterless places seeking rest, and does not find it. Then it says, ‘I will return to my house from which I came’; and when it comes, it finds it unoccupied, swept, and put in order. Then it goes and takes along with it seven other spirits more wicked than itself, and they go in and live there; and the last state of that man becomes worse than the first. That is the way it will also be with this evil generation.”

If Paco Enterprises is not a regular stop of yours in your travels through The Ether, well….I feel sorry for you.

4 Comments
  1. 16 October 2014 @ 14:58 14:58

    As satisfying as voting against the Establishment might be, I’ve got a boss to vote against, and a third party that doesn’t stand a chance.

  2. 16 October 2014 @ 19:54 19:54

    Thank you, Sir Robert, for the link.

    • 16 October 2014 @ 21:25 21:25

      Man, you’re good…and you’re welcome, Sir Paco of Enterprise.

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