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Most Important Election Ever

December 19, 2011

We are getting ever closer to the year of the most important presidential election of this once great Republic. Not since the election of 1860 has the outcome of an election meant so much. I know some of you may consider my codifying these two elections together, but think about it. In 1860, the Democrats controlled the White House. James Buchanan was not opposed to slavery. As a matter of fact, most historians have concluded that like most of the Democrat Party of that day, the Democrats were supportive of slavery. Until the election of 1952 when Dwight Eisenhower beat Adlai Stevenson, the Democrats had a stranglehold on all the states of the solid south. But, even then the old confederacy still remained loyal to the Democrats. Now, thankfully, the Republicans have prevailed in most of the “solid south.” The Democrats continue to own West Virginia — thanks to that deceased KKK leader, Senator Robert Byrd. Senator Joseph Manchin, who took the seat Byrd occupied for decades, will be there as long as he wishes. The same goes for a pinhead by the name of Jay Rockefeller, a brother of the late, former New York governor, Nelson Rockefeller.

As long as the coal miners’ union exists, Republicans should save their meager money and campaign elsewhere. There was a saying made popular in the 19th century. “We will live in a union town and die in a union town.” So, as long as there are stooges of the miners’ union in West Virginia, why don’t we just forget competing there? I have digressed. Shame on me. But, the election coming up in 2012 will determine whether the Barack Obama administration was an aberration or whether we will become a socialist nation. There are so many reasons to fear the unraveling of this once great Republic. For example, we have heard the ancient story of the Tower of Babel. The ancient city had no common language which everybody spoke and knew. So, since there was no coherent universal language, the tower could not be built. The carpenters could not understand what the bricklayers were saying and so forth. So, the ancient city of Babel never was able to build a tower to reach the Lord or whomever they were trying to reach.

There are other reasons in addition to our not having a common language why this Republic is doomed to collapse. How about losing a commonality of tradition and religion? We can’t really say Merry Christmas anymore the way we used to. We are in danger of losing Thanksgiving, and, most idiotic of all, we are expected to wish each other “Happy Kwanza.” Kwanza is a fake holiday created by black gentleman by the name of Ron Everett, who in 1966 started calling himself Ron Karenga, and mysteriously stopped serving a ten-year prison sentence. He was a major activist in the Black Power movement of the 1960s and 70s. I invite you to do some research. For example, check out a website created by Marshall Frank. Also, Let me know what you think about the Kwanzaa holiday.

Bob Grant

Straight Ahead!


That slams the lid onthings for today

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