My Wife Told Me So

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How STUPID do you have to be to vote for Obama TWICE!?

My  apologies. I just had to let that out.

I wish I could say last night’s vote was a surprise, an eye opener, even a shock, but it sadly was none of those things. It played exactly according to script.

More than a year ago, my wife, Princess, told me the election was all rigged, that the GOP candidate would just be a pawn to distract conservatives, and it was going to be Obama for four more years.

Her insight didn’t come from analysis of any polls or any insider knowledge of politics.

It actually came from her research into genealogy and the theory that the winner of any presidential election is always the candidate with the closest blood relationship to the British aristocracy. In this case, that’s Obama.

The theory comes from the realization that all our presidents have been related to each other, and most are descended in some way from King John “Lackland,” the same King John who is portrayed as the villain in the Robin Hood tales.

After last night’s decisive win, it’s hard to argue with that particular theory.

Grand conspiracies aside, however, I think there are three points in particular that seemed to aid Obama’s easy victory.

  1. The growing masses of the feeble-minded. As the inability to think for themselves grows, Obama supporters naturally seek shelter under the protective wings of big government. Under Obama’s first term, this dependency has grown from a temporary stop-gap situation to a full-blown parent-child type of bond. See the now-infamous “Obama phone” video for an example, although you might prefer this remixed version here.
  2. Decimation of the Tea Party movement. The Tea Party didn’t “disappear” or “die,” it was bought out and nullified. Prime evidence that the GOP wanted to throw the election all along, the Republican Party put national Tea Party leaders on the payroll and co-opted the Tea Party Patriots, the largest national Tea Party network. Teapots’ mistake was in believing the people who led them were sincerely virtuous folk who wanted to save the country. It turns out most of them were just keeping busy until someone offered them a bigger paycheck. The result was major schisms with state groups and a fractured infrastructure just at the time when the Tea Party needed a strong national front to get its message out.
  3. The mainstream media are all firmly controlled by Democrat puppet masters. Soros has his fingers in most major media outlets, either directly or through subsidiaries. In fact, his media holdings are greater than Rupert Murdoch’s. If Soros’ dealings could ever truly be untangled, the scope of his actual control would be staggering. AOL’s acquisition of the Huffington Post in February 2011 needs to be mentioned here. The deal not only breathed new life into AOL, it gave the Huffing-and-Puffing-ton team greatly expanded resources and a reach of 115 million people in America alone, far eclipsing anything ever achieved by the New York Times or other newspaper, and even beating cable giant Fox News. The hard-left HP has effectively swung the entire country’s opinions toward Obama throughout the campaign and set the overall media agenda. The Huffington Post’s “Investigative Fund” was started with money from Atlantic Philanthropies, headed by Gara LaMarche, who is former VP of Soros’ Open Society Institute and a member of Soros’ Democracy Alliance, which seeks to impose socialism on America.

Even in the most general terms, Obama’s win was probably inevitable. The GOP, once again, chose a legacy candidate just because he has the right connections and he was standing in line through two election cycles, rather than choose someone who could have actually articulated conservative principles. In Washington, meanwhile, the country club “leaders” like John Boehner kept a lid on anyone who could have actually challenged Obama’s many abuses of power. Obama was exceedingly vulnerable as a candidate, but no one from the GOP saw fit to press the advantage.

Frustration today is high and completely understandable, but conservatives should understand that as much as this election seemed to follow a script, the story isn’t over yet.

Putting it in movie terms, we’re on Hoth and the imperial walkers have just landed. In literary terms, we’re only at the start of Book Two of a trilogy.

Like every other sane American, I had hoped for a Romney victory to at least slow or stop the country’s bleeding, but it just wasn’t going to happen.

What’s ahead now isn’t going to be easy, but the goal of a renewed America is still worthwhile, and the war is just beginning.