The Day After: we are outnumbered, we are sick
Last night, as the results from Virginia, Ohio, and Florida began to near the final tally, I had a cadaverous revelation – I realized that my America had let out its last independent breath. Now, upon its deathbed, the country that has given me every hope, every dream, and every memory has volunteered to surrender its independence for the sake of consistent, artificial breath. No longer will my countrymen’s lungs be filled with deserved oxygen, procured from the actions of the individual spirit, instead, attached to the grey, metallic façade of tyranny’s spout, we will be forced to breathe the toxic fumes of government dependence. Last night’s results have set in my mind a disgraceful thought – democracy has failed, our system is flawed, and the United States is no longer the last great seat of freedom.
With last night’s referendum the New World has turned away from its exceptionalism, towards the drab dabber of the European way. Instead of “every man for himself” we are now being given “every man for each other.” Instead of unbound independence we now will have, unchecked, equality imposed on every front. I have always held true that all men are created equal, but after that conception, it is the duty of man to rise and fall by his own accord. Now, scared, panic, uninformed, moronic, and bigoted, the American people have crawled to the Dear Leader and begged him, like pathetic children who have thrown themselves on the floor in tantrum, to give them more. Give, give, give, want, want, want – those are the orders of the day. The president and his corrupt Democratic party will, like the inherent virus of their ideology, suck dry the life blood of our great land until not even they can slurp another drop of un-earned sustenance.
Last night was a pathetic, empty showing by the American people, and I have never been so disappointed in my life. 2008 was a desperate fluke, 2012 is a referendum. Our founding fathers established a political system that attempted to roll the political ball half way down the hill, balancing this great kinetic force at the mountain’s side like an independent Sisyphus, as our state attempted to grant a political voice to those who deserve such a voice, to those who can manage, responsibly such a power, and to those who are actual invested in the state. Unfortunately, with every passing generation, our system moves further and further away to this earned mandate of the vote to a cringing system of voting by default. The lines at the polls were full, last night, not of those who have vested countless hours in studying the issues and calculating their ballot, but by those who have done NOTHING to generate an authentic political stance. The biddies, bros, gangbangers, beggars, and fools who cast their vote had not the best interest of our state in mind, or the best interest of our revolution in mind, or the best interest of the future generations in mind when they cast their ballot. Instead, this political swine cared and thought of ONE thing, and one thing alone – how can they best abuse this system for themselves. In this moment of greed, this despotic class of social indigents dealt a deathblow to our great land. We are no longer a nation of the individual and the future; they said with their equal voice, we are a nation of the mass and the here and now.
I believe that all men are created equal. I believe you make you bed, and you sleep in it. Barack Obama, on the other hand, looks at the bed he has made, sees he has done a horrible job, and immediately begins roaming around for another bed to sleep in. This sounds great to the dependent class, they need not make their own bed, and when they are tired they simply take the made bed of another. Unfortunately, how long can this system persist; it is only natural that eventually we will run out of fresh beds, as those who steal simply drive away those who make. We are at that tipping point – for four years, the working class has generated great wealth in a time of crisis while the dependent class, led by the great spender in the White House has increased the deficit by nearly six trillion dollars. Under the Dear Leader, the amount of food stamp users has nearly doubled, the rate of poverty has hit 15%, and unemployment is higher than when he first took office. How is that a record of success? How can a failed presidency survive such a dismal record?
On top of the president’s failed domestic policy, he has also set the world on fire! The Middle East, right now, is at a tipping point with Iran only months away from acquiring a nuclear weapon, North Korea rattling sabers with the South, and China and Russia continually challenging the free world, both militarily and diplomatically, at every turn. The United States was once the center of global peace, liberty, and freedom – today, we are the forbearer of instability, creating chaos in north and west Africa, allowing terrorism to flourish along the Islamic ring of fire, and by allowing Syria to consume itself. We are not the United States of Ronald Reagan, one that challenged tyranny and demanded the world be free. We are not the United States of George Bush, who saw terror and oppressors and set people free. We are not the America of Woodrow Wilson or FDR who demanded self-determination for all people, regardless of where they lay, who they were, or what they stood for. We are not that shining city on the hill; we are the smoke covered city of the valley, wallowing in self-indulgence and hypocrisy.
Four years ago we danced with the devil; we had our fling with Keynesian Socialism. In 2010, I thought we, as a nation, had come to our senses with the founding of the Tea Party and the re-invigoration of the conservative movement. But, here, in 2012, we relapsed and forgot all the abusive things this horrible man has done to us and our nation. We crawled back into his arms, like a battered woman. He loves us, we say, he won’t do those horrible things again. And, like all battered women who return to their abuser, there is very little chance that we will walk out of this storm unscathed. Let us not forget that Obama ordered the CIA and the military to stand down when Ambassador Stevens and his team were under tire. What makes those voters think he would not do the same in their time of need?
We are a sick country; we have surrendered our independence to the greatest showman in chief. We are outnumbered, we the conservatives.