The First Fight

Posted: November 15, 2016 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

The Kakistocracy

Elections are reliable greenhouses of lugubriosity. Every four years the losing side laments civilization’s now-certain demise, and then gets up and goes to work like every other morning (or at least spends their EBT funds in a typical manner). Most things don’t markedly change, or do so gradually enough that whites hardly notice they’ve been dispossessed. There’s a natural rhythm to the waves in an election’s wake. Democrat victories are accompanied by practically no conciliatory gestures to the other half of the country. There is instead a consistent advance of the left’s agenda and increasing foreign infusions to their voter rolls. But liberals could honestly say the same about the results of a Republican win: consistent advance of the left’s agenda and increasing foreign infusions to their voter rolls. No one has a monopoly on the moral high ground.

So while all elections are critical to advancing liberalism and replacing…

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