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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

The 2010 Election: Your Fellow Voters

Watch the video above, as posted by Mish, as Mark Dice gets everyday Americans to sign a petition asking "...the Federal Reserve to increase the inflation rate to, about maybe 100%."

Each one of these gibbering ungulates (h/t to Billy Beck for that lovely word) votes on how to control and, ultimately, seize your property, your children, and your life.

Their fellow creatures were not the exception -- they are the rule:

Do you understand yet?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Do you understand yet?"

No. They will understand when they realize voting was the way into the current problems, and not voting is the way out.

But wait, don't connect those dots! Here, demonize these 1,500 year old Muslims instead! Grrr! Isn't the two minute hate great? Oceania was always at war with Islamo-asia.

December 8, 2009 at 4:57 PM  
Blogger Carl said...

Stupid people shouldn't breed. These folks have relinquished their responsibility to be informed and to exercise critical thinking skills. They deserve Marxist slavery. Too bad they are dragging down an entire country with them.

December 8, 2009 at 5:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


December 8, 2009 at 8:38 PM  
Anonymous PeaceableGuy said...

It appears as though some of the examples are more of an exercise in social engineering than pure ignorance, not that that bodes well for the "democracy", either.

It wouldn't hurt if they could find an editor capable of spelling 'ridiculous', though.

December 9, 2009 at 12:43 AM  
Anonymous Miles said...

Sometimes you wonder if the idea of a poll tax wouldn't be so bad.

Perhaps the medieval equivalent of the "Thane".

If memory serves, a Thane (or Thegn) had to own the amount of land that would support five families. This wasn't a thing to do with voting, but was the dividing line in old times between the lower nobility and the peasantry.

Now, I can't say exactly how much that would have to be today, but a serious property owner (lets say a quarter section or more) might be the starting point of a idea of who would have the franchise.

Race, color, creed, gender would not have a part in this. Be successful enough to own a good chunk of property and it's more than an even bet that you've got a level head on your shoulders unlike these simpletons.


December 9, 2009 at 1:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"a serious property owner (lets say a quarter section or more) might be the starting point of a idea of who would have the franchise."

That's the system America has today. If you want to vote, which means a say in control of political advertising pre-election, or control of policies chosen post-election, you need to have enough money to be a state political party mover and shaker. America is mercantilist, and always has been. Communists like to brush off the genocides by saying "Socialism would work if only the right people were in charge". No matter how you tweak it, Socialism doesn't work.

December 9, 2009 at 3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some friends and I were discussing the fact that incredibly uninformed people are voting. How to fix?

1) Simply owning real property. Renters don't vote.
2) Welfare recipients don't vote. (xx time frame prior to election) With nearly 50% of the population on the dole, judgement at the polls would be tainted towards more of the same with the rest of us going bankrupt paying for it.
3) Must be 21 yoa. Most, not all, below 21 (maybe 30 for that matter) haven't got a clue on top of crappy state education.
One could implement all or at least actual real estate ownership, including condos and such. Requiring a quarter section east of the Mississippi would result in a VERY SMALL population of farmers eligible to vote.

December 9, 2009 at 6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The more I see things like this, the more I realize that the movie "Idiocracy" was actually a documentary.

December 10, 2009 at 5:44 AM  

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