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The Virginia and New Jersey victories were certainly welcome. But let’s not get cocky: historically that has screwed us damn near every time. Election fraud makes this even worse because even if those who are who are cocky are right it throws a wild card into the mix: as in it becomes more a matter how successful they are which can only be countered by how vigilant we are. “Vigilant” rather than, well, “cocky.”
My guess is these victories were actually a hell of a lot bigger. Hillary Clinton, who certainly didn’t excite a good portion of the base, still got damn near 3 million more votes. I suspect many winning “rugs” made out of electoral margins that have been pulled out from underneath us over the years were larger. Because the drive to shove large portions of any group that votes in politically incorrect way for the Reich is ongoing we need to focus. Read more
By Robert Warden
|For those of us who have sufficient identification such as driver’s licenses, and work IDs, showing identification is probably no big deal, but for people who don’t drive and are not employed by some large organization such as the community college that employs me, or people who have recently changed their names (which is common for women when they get married), proving who you are may be a daunting if not impossible task. Republicans, among their repertoire of dishonest, tricky strategies to improve their chances of winning elections, have seized upon the idea that voter fraud — that is, people who aren’t eligible to vote, voting anyway or people who vote in more than one location — is a massive problem that needs to be addressed by using strict ID requirements to screen out fraudulent voters. The real purpose of these identification requirements, in fact, is not so much to screen out fraudlent voters, who are exceedingly rare according to all available evidence, but to instead screen out voters with a lack of identification documents, or who might be reluctant to show their IDs, since such voters usually vote for Democrats.
“The carnage stops here!”
Apparently not. I started writing this a week ago. How many shootings has it been since then?
Verbose, as always, why is it Trump’s promises always seem to turn out exactly the opposite of what Trump claims? There’s a pattern here that can’t be rationally denied; “a pattern” of doing and saying whatever he must to inspire fear, yes, but also offering solutions to problems that make those problems worse, followed by even worse “solutions.”
This dynamic goes way beyond; and before, Donald Trump. More on that in a moment. Read more