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Maybe now is the time to stop being an armchair rEVOLutionary

We know the game and how it's played. One of these two candidates was going to win. My fiancee woke me in the middle of the night and whispered to me. "Obama won." I slept like a baby.

Let the professed socialist take the heat for what is coming. Better that than have a closet socialist masquerading as a free market conservative turn capitalism into a pariah.

I wrote songs. I handed out leaflets. Videos. I preached ad nauseum to those who did not want to hear. Maybe now I'll try to take a seat away from someone who f*%ked us in the primary. The RINO's are going to sleep now...time to wake up.

We have four years to make it happen.



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Well, I can tell you what I'm

Well, I can tell you what I'm doing. I'm contemplating moving out of California. Now I have had this though in the back of my head for the past few years, but after Prop 30 passed (raised the state sales tax under the threat of "no more money for schools") I took it as a sign of where this State is ultimately going to end up. I've looked over my options, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Idaho. I say these states because they are listed as the freest (of course New Hampshire being home of the Free State Project). However, I am leaning towards Idaho because its closer to my present location, and I just don't think I could stomach the extreme cold in New Hampshire and South Dakota. Idaho also doesn't permit sobriety check points, and has very lax laws regarding mandatory schooling (especially in terms of homeschooling) which is important for me because I do have a young child, and has fairly decent weather particularly in the Spring, Summer and Fall months. We are 18 hours out from the election, and I've already have started to plan a family trip to Idaho to get a feel for the state (and to convince the ol' lady). My aim is to limit the burden of government on my family.

whats this about

armchairs?

No, the GOP is not weak and won't be taken over

In other words: the Dems control this country (Wall Street/Ivy League/CFR/etc.) The Repubs are the Dems token loyal opposition.

The Repubs will continue to be empowered to occupy the other side of the aisle.

But. THEY ARE IRRELEVANT, if not weak.

So when WE complain, and point out failure these next 4 years, WE will build support for US.

Actually, I think we can someday REPLACE the GOP:
http://www.dailypaul.com/262195/awesome-next-step-replace-re...

Re' rend!

Time to re-infiltrate with patriots who put country before money.

What would the Founders do?

They're weak. Let's take it over.

Now is the time to get involved.

Yours in Liberty,
IamJohnGalt2011