What’s On The Ballot



More detail here by the same author.

Condition Spicy, dead ahead.

(H/t TSM)

14 responses to “What’s On The Ballot

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  2. Thats Porn for those of us waiting in anticipation…

  3. What was the number for 3% percent of the population?
    Oh ya, 10,950,000
    Yup, reckon 500,000 or 800,000 wielders of pitchforks and AR15’s, 13 knot neckties and tar and feathers, sounds about right.

    Mmm, divide the remaining 10 million who couldn’t make it to the big festivities by fifty, lets see, oh ya, figues out to about 200,000, probably be a little sporty around some state houses and town halls too.

    That would work.
    No army on earth or police force with a lick of sense has the numbers or resources to deal with never mind repress a spontaneous uprising that size.
    Jade helm and Pineland can go fuck a flying’ rollin’ donut.

    • SemperFi, 0321

      I wouldn’t get my hopes up too high.
      Had another conversation yesterday with a hunting/hiking acquaintance who informed me Congress and the Senate will get this worked out, once they get the majority again. This is typical of most of the gun owners I know here in rural Wyoming. They can’t and won’t face reality. They don’t want to upset the apple cart over some minor political issues.
      And to most of them, we’re still the bad guys. We want to resist fedgov, who to them are still the good guys.

      • Respectfully, speak for yourself and your experience. I’m not you and I don’t belong to the resistance is futile club, no matter how politely you parse it. I have faith in something better and larger than only me, and my loved ones, tribe and future, and that faith is worth fighting for regardless of the odds, including those who ignore the truth, in fact in spite of them I reckon.
        And you know what brother, that is those peoples choice too. Choices that are looking more and more every day that have bad consequences.
        All you can do is be an example. People can really surprise you though. All you have to do is plant the seed of ideas and if conditions are right, it will grow into something.
        After all that is how we all got here to begin with.

      • Jimmy the Saint

        To some extent, they have a point. Toppling “The System” without something ready-and-waiting to replace it is dangerous – there’s no guarantee that what follows will be anything close to what was desired. So long as the Liberty movement doesn’t have a clearly-defined endgame, it will be tough to garner support from the middle – better the devil you know, and all that.

  4. The Usual Suspect

    Infinity Speaks
    Aura of Aumakua
    The perfect spiral

    I dream of traitors swinging gently in the breeze,
    on short ropes from hundreds of lamp posts,
    down both sides of Pennsylvania.

    Corruption personified.

    • As I have said before, a suitcase for the SOTU would do wonders for cleaning out the sewage in this country. ESPECIALLY if a raghead group were to claim responsibility. That is the ONE case where hitting the Elite is productive. Exterminate the evil at the top, and the hives will panic. Other than that, hitting them in onesies and twosies will do NOTHING, since any one of them can be readily replaced by any random person off the street from ANY hive in this entire country, without any resulting change in policy or practice.

  5. colddeadhandsdays

    It’s my dream.

  6. Stealth Spaniel

    Excellent read. Thanks for highlighting this exceptional writer. He went straight to my blog list!

    • As you liked that post he wrote, you’ll probably appreciate this one also. It was from a few years ago on the heels of the police state lockdown of Watertown and Belmont Mass after the Boston Marathon bombing, but it is strikingly even more relevant now:


      Here’s a great excerpt:

      “…I asked him several “what if” questions and let him riff on them… I just let him talk and wargame out the Second Civil War, there in the back seat of my car as we drove to the airport, and he painted a picture of horrific death and destruction. Once this conflict started, even the best-case scenarios he described sounded truly grim. He seemed to believe that civilian casualties would be extremely high, given how much fighting would centered in and around large cities, and that food would be used as a weapon, causing famine and starvation on a terrifying scale. Booby traps, IED’s, rampant bombings, drone strikes, snipers, local-level assassinations, mortars and shelling, death squads (both government and rebel), reprisal killings, torture… it sounded more like the Middle East than middle America.

      Wheeler got quiet for a few moments, and then he said something that I will never, ever forget.

      “These people are playing with matches… I don’t think they understand the scope and scale of the wildfire they are flirting with. They are fucking around with a civil war that could last a decade and cause millions of deaths… and the sad truth is that 95% of the problems we have in this country could be solved tomorrow, by noon… simply by dragging 100 people out in the street and shooting them in the fucking head.”

      And lemme tell ya, he had the list… he rattled off 25 or 30 names of well-known, prominent politicians, mostly Democrats, but a few Republicans, several members of the current Cabinet, a couple of Obama’s “czars”, a couple of figures from the Bush administration and the Republican establishment, several media company executives and on-camera newscasters, reporters, and pundits, a couple of people who are active in leftist politics but not in elected office… he had obviously thought about this to some degree already.

      I was struck by his cold, detached, matter-of-fact tone. I said, “Dude… that’s more French Revolution than American Revolution. Do you really think that is the way to go?”

      Wheeler said, “I believe in efficiency and economy of action. You wouldn’t trade one hundred of those criminal bastards for ten million of your fellow Americans?..”

    • ps,
      you know the analogy of the Pig Trap right?


    “Trump is not my guy…I wanted Cruz or Rubio.” Please, you just lost me. Trump is not my guy, either. But, those two criminals/charlatans? You have no credibility, sir. SMOD 2016!

  8. LOL.

    The last paragraph:

    That may sound like hyperbole, but it’s not. Close to half of the country believes she belongs in shackles. Should she take the White House, that section of America will not recognize her legitimacy, and as soon as she attempts some gun control measure by executive order, they will resist.

    Pretty much sums up why I think her getting into the Presidency might actually be the better long term strategic choice.

    “Conservatives” have demonstrated a long term behavior of wanting to just ignore everything and make it go away. I’m of the opinion that the only thing that stands any chance whatsoever of righting things in this country – is if a crucial subset of the population finally reaches the point where they are completely pissed off and willing to do something about it.

    Insert appropriate Palpatine “Yes yes let the hate flow thru you” picture here.