Why I couldn’t vote

Why I couldn’t vote
Barry Bright Nov. 4, 2015

(This was written yesterday afternoon before the election results were known. That doesn’t really change anything. Let’s hope our new republican elected public servants work to restore Liberty and the Bill of Rights here. In the meantime history shows we should prepare for business as usual.)

Earlier today I actually stopped at the entrance to the church parking lot where two local precincts share a polling place.

I had to sit there, in the two-lane highway, for a few seconds before I finally decided I was hungrier for lunch than for democracy. Another excuse is that my eyes were dilated from a visit to an optometrist.

But those weren’t the reasons.

I’ll plead guilty to not being informed enough about some of the candidates. But unless you can find out their voting records, all their affiliations and donors, then strap them down and administer truth serum and a lie detector test what do we really know about any of them anyway? Their campaign ads, speeches and so-called debates don’t prove anything, never have, never will.

A crystal ball won’t cut it. No magic can discern the depths of a politician’s twisted heart, nor that of any so-called human.

I’m not looking for a yallar dawg so I didn’t really have a reason to vote in the governor’s race though I did heavily consider writing in Blackie Effing Whyte just for fun. I talked with Bevin for 45 minutes one day and have heard him speak publicly 2 or 3 times and have read about some of his ‘stands’ that I can agree with. He’d be better than his opponent but then so would a mangy rabid skunk.

Bevin has never said anything that really impresses me, not that he’d probably care to. He’s too busy pandering to the average dumbass which is admittedly a little less of a dumbass than 20 years ago when I was still struggling to leave those ranks.

Claiming to be ‘pro Second Amendment’ because of an NRA membership and a CCW doesn’t cut it anymore. Too many realize now the NRA is part of the problem and a right applied for is a privilege. Wanting to ‘reform’ an income tax system that doesn’t belong in a free country is uselessness.

(Bevin did get an endorsement from Gun Owners of America. But so did Ted Cruz. I usually greatly admire GOA but I guestion them on these decisions. As they and others often say about the NRA, “It’s not just about guns.” We could win the gun battle and lose the war.)

Bevin’s statement last summer that he would agree to removing the Jefferson Davis statue from the capital rotunda was the last straw for me. It’s not about what the War for Southern Independence was really about or if we’d be any better off if the South had won or why we have so many yallar dawg voters but about not having the backbone to stand up against the communist propaganda stream and calling it out for what it is.

If they really want to prove they can or will attempt to change anything they must begin openly calling out our domestic blood enemies, our greatest enemies and stop kowtowing to their propaganda streams and stop using their key terms and phrases as if they actually mean something.

They are our blood enemies. They are the blood enemies of the Bill of Rights and human Liberty and every time they vote they vote to kill us. Simple fact. Treating them with anything approaching respect is a deadly mistake.

To be clear there are different kinds of respect. There is the respect one shows for a good parent that one loves and there is the respect one gives a rattlesnake in a sleeping bag. The latter is what our domestic blood enemies deserve.

For the benefit of pacified patriots I’ll have to state: “I’m not saying one should never vote or voting never does any good.” I’ve never advocated not being politically involved though I have been accused of such many times simply because I do constantly advocate being prepared for what will be required when the ‘system’ finally completely fails those who value human Liberty.

I am sick of and done voting for milquetoast pea brain RINOs and fake NWO hack conservatives and assorted authoritarians of whatever stripe. We don’t have a Ron or Rand Paul or a Thomas Massie in every election cycle, sad sickening fact. If Bevin wins and proves himself to be worthy by pushing a Kentucky version of the Firearm Freedoms act or refusing to enforce Kentucky’s income tax and refusing to allow the IRS or the BATF Nazis to enforce their evil laws here that’ll be a great thing. I’m not holding my breath and he should’ve started out in the legislature so he’d have a real record we could analyze.

If our would-be elected public servants are putting their religion or their ancient tribal propaganda before the Bill of Rights or individual human Liberty or true free will, which doesn’t involve eternal slavery vs. eternal torture, under some form of a ‘Lord,’ then they don’t need to be in the ring much less taking an oath to uphold the aforementioned document.

Yes, many ‘christian’ candidates might do a good job on some issues. But if they want to continue the drug war or control what others do in their private lives because of some ancient interpretation of ‘sin’ or morality then they’re on the wrong boat and in the wrong country.

Yes, almost any ‘christian’ candidate of whatever version, sub-version or subversion, real or fake or fooled would be better than the mangy rabid skunk mentioned above but that’s not the issue.

After watching this for 30 years I’ve finally reached the point of thinking the system will have to collapse completely for anything good to come of it. Recent actions or inaction by the republicrats in the U.S. Congress bear me out.

We’re gonna have to go up there, not packin’ signs. We won’t have enough numbers to make a difference unless the average dumbass ‘conservative’ or ‘libertarian’ finally sees there’s no other way. That probably means a lot of pain for the average American and amerikan. Don’t worry, the pain will come either way, either farther down the road with the NWO hack RINOs or more immediately with a hitlery or a bernie or some other such trash with it’s hands on the wheel.

This is historically a ‘christian’ country. But I like to think we’re transitioning to something better, where all our natural born rights will be acknowledged and not compromised by some primitive version of morality though I don’t expect to be in this realm long enough to see that happen.

Neither do I wish to see it ruled by a mindset that turns any governmental body into our gods, our angels, our saviors or our superiors. It’s not a completely communist country, yet. If it is someone needs to tell me so I can walk out my front door and start killing the trash.

 

Let’s link to one of our major commie rags for once just to rub it in their faces, not that it may mean that much in the long run…

Matt Bevin shocks Jack Conway to become next governor of Kentucky

FK – Yes, I ‘feel’ a little better after yesterday’s unexpected for me results, whatever the real reasons for the outcomes are. Maybe the sheeple really are waking up. Maybe this is just another bump in the road for the New World Order and our domestic blood enemies. Some of our horses won the short race. Now it’s time to really ride them.

What’s your duty?

FK – I feel your pain. If only we had a nation of men…

Something we should all learn for we will need it:

FK – Yep, we’re definitely going to need that. That is if we ever have a nation of men again.

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