Joseph Farah has been scared into voting for Romney in November:
“I won’t be voting for Romney because I think he will save America or reverse our dangerous course. But I will likely be voting for him to buy America the time it needs to avoid catastrophe. It’s just that simple – and sad.
I still believe in the important principles I laid out in 2008 in “None of the Above.” I think they are right – for normal times.
But we are not living in normal times. America has been invaded by a foreign enemy just as surely and just as deadly as the one we see each week on the “Falling Skies” TV show. It’s time to fight back – for our survival.
That’s what the 2012 election is to me. We’ve got to drive out the alien invaders. Then, maybe, we can focus on re-establishing America as a functioning, self-governing constitutional republic that strictly limits federal power.”
“If you truly do not understand that a non-vote for Romney is absolutely not a vote for Obama, you are an astonishingly stupid individual. 1+0!=2. A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama. Not voting for Obama cannot, in any sense, be considered a vote for Obama. Political applications do not alter mathematics. If you cannot master basic addition, I not only don’t want to hear your opinion about the election, I don’t think you should be permitted to vote. Negative, “pragmatic” voting is an inherently self-defeating concept that only guarantees the very results it is supposed to oppose.”
The results of OD’s Far Right Focus Group show pretty clearly that White Nationalists aren’t going to vote for Romney in November … unless they live in the swing states, where even there it is doubtful he will win many of their votes.
For the record, I don’t want to preserve America. The existence of the Union is the force that is driving our racial and cultural decline. It seems pretty clear to me that as long as the Union exists – whether it is under Romney or Obama, or the Republican or Democratic faction of the Beltway establishment – our decline is a foregone conclusion.
The only solution to Cook County as America is secession, revolution, or emigration. The Republican Party had forty years to “reverse our dangerous course” and squandered its electoral majorities on things like cutting Lady Gaga’s taxes.
What does electing Mitt Romney solve? He wants more free trade. He wants more legal immigration. He wants more neocon wars. He wants to send blacks in “failing schools” to White schools in the suburbs to “close the achievement gap.”
The only discernible consequence of Mitt Romney winning in November will be more job opportunities for Republican party hacks in the Beltway who will do nothing for the next four years but cause us to regret voting for them.