'The Insurgency': Read The Posts & The Comments
Take the time to read this ChicagoBoyz post, along with all of the comments.
Then consider, carefully, Billy Beck's post here.
This struggle is not a damned game.
At its end, there will be no "good sportsmanship" ribbons given to the slow, drooling kids who abjured what has been historically necessary to defeat tyrants, and otherwise did nothing but produce carbon dioxide.
Most of the people for whom one is being asked to vote this November are in fact co-conspirators [in the technical sense: two or more parties to an illegal (i.e., unconstitutional) agreement with at least one overt act in furtherance thereof] in the destruction of the American Republic, along with most incumbents.
Read Fernandez' quote again:
It is possible to speak of the current crisis as being about whether individual life and liberty has meaning any longer in a world thronged by ideologies unrestrained in their will to power.
If an individual or a group of individuals refuse to accept that each individual life and the concept of political liberty have meaning, how in the name of all that is holy can any sentient being expect a peaceful electoral transit of that philosophical and ethical chasm?
To expect such a result is to deny reason, common sense, and the experience of three millenia.
And rather than examining that profound lapse in logic and history, the conservative intelligentsia, as exemplified by the author and the commenters in the ChicagoBoyz post, are focused on the avoidance of any hint of language that might be seen as "advocating violence."
Makes me want to hurl, it does.
Billy's post, cited above, is entitled "The Fight's On".
And the right-minded amongst us are centerstage in the coming circular firing sqaud.
Are you ready?