First of all tonight, I would like everyone who reads this column to read Erick Erickson’s article for Friday, March 26, 2010 on RedState.com. I have long been an admirer of Erick’s work and this time he has taken the bit in his teeth. Erick has articulated exactly what a lot of us have been thinking.
We have a rogue government which shows every indication of continuing to abrogate the principles of freedom and liberty upon which this land was founded, and the head of that government is behaving like this country is his fiefdom and we serfs to his monarchical tyranny. There is a tipping point here. Whether we have reached that point yet or not is a difficult thing to gauge.
The founders took a lot of abuse before they rebelled. They, like we, saw it as an action to be taken only in extremis. Yet driven to what they saw as a position of intolerability, take it they did. These were not wide-eyed radicals, but mature, reasoned and educated men. Most stood to lose everything and understood that once begun there could be no turning back.
No one, least of all people like Erick or myself, would want to see open strife in this country as long as there was any recourse to redress by election or through the courts. Along with the rising anger in this country as more and more ‘details’ of the monstrous 3,000 page bill are revealed (Nancy Pelosi: “You have to pass the bill to find out what’s in it”), is the increasingly voiced fear that Barack Hussein Obama and the Demarxist Congress would somehow manufacture a ‘national’ emergency and there would be no elections come November.
I personally think that would be a very foolish thing to do. But there is no doubt that the DeMarxists are even, as this is being written, working to steal the election using a ‘universal’ registration of voters – registering of illegal aliens. By passing an amnesty for some twenty million illegal aliens now residing in this country. Such a welfare-dependent, largely uneducated class of people would easily be led to vote for the padrone who is furnishing the goodies. In fact, that is very much how things work in the Latin American countries where the bulk of the illegals come from.
Stealing elections is something the Democrats have a lot of experience doing and I would expect them to take this route first. In their overweening arrogance they will expect complete success. We need to make sure we have some some surprises for them. In the final analysis we can put absolutely nothing past them. They have given ample proof that there is no depth of dishonesty, dishonor or connivance that they will not plumb.
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