Torches and Pitchforks

David Warren: Hapless Voters – With Less-than Cheery Commentary

HELP the mother-fucker burn.

Our advice: Before casting any ballot, ask yourself the following question:

“Who is the most singularly destructive person I can vote for?”

Think logically. Which person, placed in any given office, is going to inflict the greatest lasting harm on the state and all of it’s many tentacles? Consider all options. A quick examination should make it pretty clear which statist bastard, (of the gaggle running), is going to abuse, misuse, shit-on and materially destroy the mandate of their office.

Don’t get tied up in your “ideals” or silly wedge-issues. The goal is to help the burning platform collapse faster. See to your needs, undermine every institution in your sphere of influence, and gleefully elect your worst nightmare. That done, laugh, sit back and enjoy the fireworks before things truly and epically come asunder.

What’s that constant readers? “This is a rather nihilistic world-view?” We reply with our own question – Do you expect anything OTHER than failure from our floundering political system? Do you suppose we are going to “magically” vote and be “saved” at zero hour by some white knight on a charging stallion?

(Please, pardon us a moment, while we enjoy a restrained chuckle at your expense – nothing personal.)

Ahem, thanks for that. Now that we’ve regained our composure… we will extrapolate…

And extrapolate he does, to great and joyous effect. 

You don’t need to destroy the state.  Give it enough rope, and it will destroy itself.

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About Bill Quick

I am a small-l libertarian. My primary concern is to increase individual liberty as much as possible in the face of statist efforts to restrict it from both the right and the left. If I had to sum up my beliefs as concisely as possible, I would say, "Stay out of my wallet and my bedroom," "your liberty stops at my nose," and "don't tread on me." I will believe that things are taking a turn for the better in America when married gays are able to, and do, maintain large arsenals of automatic weapons, and tax collectors are, and do, not.


Torches and Pitchforks — 4 Comments

  1. I tried giving it rope, but it was hemp and the ATF destroyed it. I tried giving it gasoline and matches, but the EPA mandated some kind of half-assed gasohol, and OSHA destroyed the matches. But THEN I tried giving it whiskey and car-keys, this is gonna be beautiful….

  2. It may not be my house, but I was born in it and have lived in it all my life. I smell something overheated for sure, and it looks like smoke coming from that room over there. I go over, and damned if you’re not only watching the fire, but you’ve got either the match or the gascan in your hand.

    You might have a reasonable case, but you better make it fast.

    • It used to be my house, but a bunch of thugs hijacked it and turned it into a jail. Now they’re setting fire to it with me inside.

      Since my only way out to freedom is via a hole burned into the wall of my jail, I go over there to watch the fire that will set me free, and see you standing there with a fire hose, ready to stop my jailbreak.

      You might have a reasonable case, but you better make it fast.

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