Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Obama "wins"

I didn't watch any election coverage yesterday.  In fact, I hadn't really thought about it until I got online this morning and saw half of the statist socialists cheering the victory of their candidate and the other half of the statist socialists wringing their hands over the defeat of their candidate.


As if it matters.  LOL

I'll keep doing what I do.

It wouldn't have made one bit of difference had Romney won.  He was Obama's clone.  Just a Big Government socialistic fascist stamped out of the same die as Obama. And the Bushes.  And Clinton.  Etc.  The claims about Obama's secret religion or birthplace were distractions from the things that really mattered- and on those things Romney wasn't just shooting blanks; he was pointing his finger and saying "click".  And only those who were blinded by their hatred of Obama even noticed Romney.

Maybe it's a good thing the presidency stays with Obamney 1.0/Obama- or should that be Bush 2.0?  Whatever.

Maybe a few more people will now grow up enough to reject The State.  Maybe more will stop saying such ridiculous things as "my president", or "our government".

I do suspect many "conservatives" will become more fervent in their slavish devotion to Nazi rituals, though, thinking this to be a rejection of Obama's ideology.  LOL.

Maybe lots more guns will be bought in preparation for defending ourselves from government employees.  Maybe Obama will even fall into the trap of outlawing guns and trying to implement confiscation so that "we" don't have to keep wondering "is it time?"

Maybe the dollar will finally collapse so that we can go back to using real money.  So what if "they" make it illegal?  It will happen anyway.

Maybe more people will embrace their outlawry and stop obeying counterfeit "laws".

Maybe Obama and his minions- "conservative" AND "liberal"- will tighten their grip enough that everyone who matters will slip from their straining fingers.

Maybe this will bring Americans to the point of remembering the Declaration of Independence in large enough numbers that they finally remember that bit about "abolishing" government that violates liberty, and finally take responsibility for governing themselves- each as an individual.

Maybe governmental suicide is imminent- advanced by the illusion of victory.

But if not, I will keep doing what I do.

I am not worried by Obama.  Romney wouldn't have been noticeably different, much less "better".

The government has always been your enemy, and always will be.  You may not have noticed as long as you believe "your guy" is in charge.  That doesn't alter the truth.  Accept it and get ready for interesting times.  They were coming no matter which delusional statist thug "won" the election.  You have warning; you have no excuse.

Remember, this is only one battle in a long string of battles- the war is not over.


Aftermath of the "Election"- Listen up, Republicans

Hey Republicans- you could have easily won the election if you hadn't nominated Obama's clone as your candidate. Good job! I'm sure you'll take this lesson and put it to good use next time. Not. LOL

You had your chance with Ron Paul... but you cheated and broke your own convention rules so that you could ensure this result- just like I warned you at the time.

Well, at least your folly will probably shake a few more people out of their "government is legitimate" delusion so that they can join me on the side of real Liberty.


How do you ration your fear?

Drunk driving. Terrorists.  Natural disasters.  Diseases.  "Breakdown of social order".  Lack of government control.  All these things are supposed to cause fear.  As they say: "meh".

I seem to have a different outlook than most people, perhaps even different from most libertarians.

I am not afraid of things that seem to really scare some people.

I oppose enforcement of anti-drunk-driving "laws".  In fact, I think drunk driving "laws" should all be eliminated completely.

Yes, I believe if you do drive drunk (or sober, for that matter) and cause harm to a person or someone else's property, then you are in debt.  Some debts are impossible to pay.

I have been told that driving drunk is the same as pointing a loaded gun at an innocent person's head.  But I don't quite believe that.  There seems to be a real difference there, even if I can't put my finger on it.  Perhaps it is the intent behind the act.

"Might hurt someone" just doesn't cut it with me.

"Terrorists"?  I've never seen one- at least one who didn't work for government.  Do I fear them? Do I believe I need to give someone else my liberty so that they can protect me from terrorists?  Nope.  Sorry.

Natural disasters?  They will happen.  Take precautions.  It's the best way to guard against harm when they do happen.  Will that guarantee your safety?  Don't be silly.  But it's better (and smarter) than sitting around refusing to do anything and expecting someone else to come bail you out.

Diseases.  Probably about the same thing as "natural disasters".  Avoid doing things that increase your chances of catching a communicable disease, but don't expect me to sit around wearing a dust mask spraying disinfectant on everything I touch.  I fear medical treatment more than I fear disease.  I fear the expenses, too.

"Breakdown of social order"?  Might happen.  If it does I am as ready as I can be under the circumstances.  I'm adaptable.

Lack of governmental control?  Fear it?  I crave it.  I'd rather see chaos or anarchy than a rigid, ordered "society".  Either things will work out OK, or they won't.  If they don't... well, that's life.  Some will say I just don't understand how bad it could be.  Probably not.  But I have been in plenty of situations beyond the realistic reach of government, and things worked out just fine.  Bring it on!

Perhaps my problem is a lack of fear.

The State needs "us" to be afraid. All the time.  Of everything except its employees (well, other than when it wants us to be afraid of defying or killing them).  I can't live that way.  I don't have that much fear- not enough to go around.  I have to ration my fear carefully.  Those things just don't get any.