Final thoughts on the election

I’m writing this at a quarter to eight Tuesday evening, and I still believe it’s a foregone conclusion that Hillary’s going to win. If it turns out I’m wrong, I’d be tickled.

Let’s assume the Establishment gets its way and Hillary is victorious. The country, as a whole, should then ask itself some glaring questions:

  1. How is it that almost half of American citizens voted for a candidate who was almost universally vilified by the press, the standing government, the educational system, the vast majority of celebrities and even his own party (at one time)? Does this not indicate that something’s terribly wrong with the status quo?
  2. Consider how lose-lipped Trump is, and how much ammunition he gave his enemies throughout the campaign. Consider how much 99% of the media hate him. Consider the fact that he had no political experience – and that he regularly angered ALL of the powers that be. How is it that Hillary Clinton almost lost to him? Again, does this not imply that something’s terribly wrong with our system?
  3. How long will we hear the phrase “a nation divided” until it finally dawns on people that the United States is not a nation at all, but merely an arbitrary geographical area within which a political elite exercises a monopoly on force. There are, in fact, several nations within these “boundaries.”
  4. Given that we’re not a nation, but a collection of nations, how long will this political elite continue to deny each nation its right to self-determination?

We need more than just the “right man” occupying the White House, or the right men sitting in Congress. What we need is OUR OWN White House and OUR OWN Congress. Our needs are simply incompatible with the whims of the mediagov that now rules over us.

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4 Responses to Final thoughts on the election

  1. mrk030 says:

    Dude – maybe you should hold back from time to time?

    • jewamongyou says:

      Most people don’t like being wrong, but it doesn’t bother me at all. I’d really like to publish a new post tomorrow saying how I was wrong about the election. Still, the points I spelled out here apply equally regardless of how the election concludes.

  2. Charles Kiddell says:

    It is going to be so fun being you and waking up in the morning to see the election results.

    • jewamongyou says:

      I’ll be ecstatic if Trump wins. As a matter of fact, I’ll even visit our local campus (PSU) and rub their noses in it. Also, I can barely wait to see the looks on my family’s faces (who voted for Clinton). I’ll explain to them that President Trump doesn’t mean the end of the world. I sure hope, if he wins, that he can turn the demographic tide – so that he won’t be the last white president.

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