Brace for impact
November 29, 2012
Most of us can easily remember how life used to return to normal following an election. People got on with their lives, even if those lives were nudged subtly in one direction or another by the voters’ decisions.
Back then what you did outside the voting booth, the other 364 days of the year, determined the kind of life you led. That was before voting became an occupation in its own right; before half of us allowed ourselves to imagine all you really had to do was make sure people who would give you things got into office.
But this is now. And for about half the population, the post-election return to normalcy means thinking about how soon there will be another election—or as elections are properly understood nowadays, how soon there will be another chance to vote for more free stuff.
This kind of thing only works temporarily, but trust us, “permanent” is not in the vocabulary of those who yearn to deceive and be deceived. In fact, they’re yearning for the next election right now.
The clock is already ticking on the spring 2013 and fall 2014 elections in Wisconsin, and as the linked Washington Post story indicates, the Obamites have a chillingly thorough data-mining operation to keep track of their friends (and enemies) and activate their voters.
One member of the state Supreme Court and one man in the governor’s office constitute the firewall between Wisconsin remaining an outpost of sanity and being rendered another victim of leftist plunder.
Take the Post story as fair warning that a machine-like operation to remove Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack and Scott Walker is already well underway. Don’t keep it to yourself.