Because There Was No There There

27 10 2016

Portland, Oregon

As we kinda figured.

Now, U.S. Attorneys, get to work on that case against Harry Reid.

What, crickets?

And Now This

27 10 2016

Roanoke, Virginia

He’ll be the new Omar Thornton, and to a lesser extent, the new Cookie Thornton.

You know, the bigot murderer who suddenly becomes a victim of bigotry.

Today’s Campaign Stack

27 10 2016

* Butler County, Ohio.  It has as a sheriff one Richard K. Jones, who we often see in immigration patriot news and media outlets.

* This is yuge if true.  MN-8 is the kind of district that is moderate by Minnesota DFL standards.  Democrat Presidential candidates usually carry it fairly handily, and in recent memory, it has only been held by a Republican in Congress for one term, the 2010 red wave toppled the DFL long-termer Jim Oberstar, but 2012 it flipped back to the DFL, and that person has been there ever since, holding back the 2014 red wave.

* Also from Minnesota.  The spin here is that it was close.  But the real news is that Trump even won it all all.  Democrats almost always win school mock elections, even in deep red areas with white student bodies, and remember this is in a state that was the only blue in a 1984 sea of red.

* In that which they admit that the purpose of the “brown and women pundit” was to “shame the [NYT] and others on social media.”  It’s like I’ve been telling you, and like Cankles herself admitted several months ago, that social justice warriorism is a diversion.

* As if we are just now figuring this out, as if we didn’t already know this for a long time?  We didn’t just now “turn” on the media.

* Not a surprise, Trump is most like their current head of state, and he probably reminds them of him.

The Tragic Central Irony of Constitutional Conservatism

27 10 2016

Your Blogmeister’s Desk

In our sphere, we often discuss the tragic central irony of the left and its constituent parts.  Our case has this scaffolding:  The left is undermining that which it necessarily depends on to succeed in order to acquire enough power to implement its agenda.  From there, all you need are proper nouns and particularities.

One such example of proper nouns and particularities is BLM.  They hate the cops, but need the cops to enforce the system which they need to fulfill their agenda. Deray McKesson despises the Baltimore Police Department but now “works” for the Baltimore City Public Schools, an institution whose finances heavily depend on the Baltimore Police Department collecting taxes from unwilling city property owners.  Of course, I don’t think BLM and Deray really hate the cops, they’re just pretending they do in order to leverage the black undertow’s contempt for cops in order to play it against white pathological altruism in order to extract benefits for themselves.  Hence, Deray’s sinecures.

Another such example is one that you’ve read often if you read your Sailer like you all should.  It’s the “running out of white kids” doctrine.  The left wants to demote white people from majority status in the country, but at the same time thinks that the social problems of non-Asian minorities can be solved by spreading them out among white people, using white people as a buffer for NAM social dysfunction (e.g. school deseg, AFFH).  I think the modern left with power, because they are mostly baby boomers, live under a demographic delusional fantasy that the country they run still has the same kind of demographics that the country had when they were kids.  They behave as if the country is 89% native-born white, 10% black and 1% others.

I figured out this morning, over my OJ, that the left isn’t the only universe that suffers from the syndrome of the tragic central irony.

Hence, modern constitutional conservatism.

If I had a dime for every time I read or heard one of our kind of people pop off about some pie in the sky fantasy about adding constitutional amendments, or repealing constitutional amendments, or something of the like, I’d be able to buy out Gates and Zuckerberg several times over.  The problem is that if we had the kind of power it takes to do that, then we actually wouldn’t do that, because we wouldn’t waste or time with that; we’d be doing other more forceful more impactful things.  Our constitutional fantasies usually revolve around compensating for our inability to acquire power, but in order to make those constitutional changes, we’d need to acquire power.  But once we acquire power, we’d have power, so why should we bother with the constitutional changes?  The reason we don’t have that kind of power is because we waste our time hem hawing over a piece of paper and its supposed magical ability to save us.

The difference between our tragic central irony and the left’s is that the left’s are of the sort that will eventually undermine their victories and their agenda that they have fulfilled because they have power, while ours puts us in a vicious cycle which prevents us from competing for power.

Bracero, Reloaded

26 10 2016


They call it a “compromise,” except I fail to see what our side would be getting out of it.

Carlos Slim, who is the single largest individual share holder of the newspaper which has printed this “compromise” proposal, would get a lot out of it.

Neat how that works.

Also miss me with this bullshit about how immigration enforcement is a failure because we’ve spent $200 billion over the last twenty years on it.  Oh I agree we’ve spent $200 billion over the last twenty years, but that doesn’t prove immigration enforcement is a failure.  If I was the lead cop in charge of all the homicide detectives on the police department, and I spent my division’s entire budget down at Larry’s bar, how much sense would it make to claim that investigating homicides is ineffective?  That’s what’s going on with all this money we spent on immigration enforcement:  A bunch of irrelevant useless trinkets and bling and contracts all done as a distraction and a diversion while the Feds have gutted real immigration enforcement year by year.


26 10 2016

Los Angeles


It’s a shame, all these natural conservatives will have no downballot Republican options.

In 2010, California voters adopted Proposition 14, which gave the state a Louisiana and France style jungle primary beauty contest then top-two runoff system.  The theory was that it would be a fulcrum that in a subtle sense enforces the precepts of political moderation.  In reality, because California is a one-party state, the jungle primaries usually result in the top-two runoff contests that are wackadoodle Democrat versus wackadoodlier Democrat.  The state’s Senate contest is D versus D (Attorney General Kamala Harris versus Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez), and in the shaded areas of Los Angeles County on this map, everything else downballot in the runoff stage is also D versus D.  Even in the non-shaded areas on this map, the Rs that have made the runoff have no chance.

To be fair, if this kind of system existed everywhere, there would be massive areas of the country in terms of percentage of the geographic whole where there would be no Democrats but the Presidency on people’s ballots.

Small Favors

26 10 2016

Comment at SBPDL today:

Wanna hear something funny, albeit off topic?

After three weeks in theatres, the historically inaccurate clusterf*ck kill-whitey hatefest ‘Birth of A Nation’ has only made about 13 mil.

OTOH, ‘Madea’s Halloween’ has already made 27 million, and it just came out a few days ago!

Black America, you never fail to put a smile on my face. :D

Smile on my face, too.  Birth is a mashup of agitation-eliminationism-race porn and election season GOTV propaganda.  Madea is a minstrel show.