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Red America

Six years of Bush produces a "thumping"; two years of Obama a "shellacking."

“Yet even as we speak, there are those who are preparing to divide us, the spin masters and negative ad peddlers who embrace the politics of anything goes. Well, I say to them tonight, there’s not a liberal America and a conservative America – there’s the United States of America. There’s not a black America and white America and Latino America and Asian America; there’s the United States of America. The pundits like to slice-and-dice our country into Red States and Blue States; Red States for Republicans, Blue States for Democrats. But I’ve got news for them, too… We are one people, all of us pledging allegiance to the stars and stripes, all of us defending the United States of America.” – Barack Obama, Keynote Address to the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

It was a bittersweet night.

The high profile candidates of the 2010 election went down to defeat: Joe Miller, Tom Tancredo, Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell. I could feel the wind going out of my sails as soon as the Connecticut, West Virginia, and Delaware races were called.

Yet these races were at the margins. Most of these candidates had personality issues weighing them down. Manchin ran to the right of his opponent. The Colorado Governor race was always in chaos.

Make no mistake about it: last night was an overwhelming victory for White America. The chickens came home to roost for the Democratic Party. The bill came due for years of anti-White, so-called “progressive” posturing and pandering to non-White identity groups. The exits polls show “massive, unprecedented White flight” from Democrats.

Heartland America.

That is the story of this election cycle. As I predicted, the vast continental interior of North America burned in a sea of Red as White voters revolted against the Obama administration and massacred Democrats in the South, Midwest, and Interior West.

The South is an absolute disaster zone for the Democratic Party. Gene Taylor in Mississippi, Bobby Bright in Alabama, Chet Edwards in Texas, Rick Boucher in Virginia, John Spratt in South Carolina, Ike Skelton in Missouri are all gone. Most are longtime incumbents. Look at the state legislatures in Alabama, Texas, and Tennessee. In Dixie, this was a realignment election greater than 1994.

In the Midwest, the carnage in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Ohio, extending into Pennsylvania, is breathtaking to behold. The Midwestern Meltdown materialized in spectacular fashion. There was also a blowout in the Dakotas with both congressional districts flipping Democrat to Republican. Even James Oberstar in Minnesota was swallowed by the Red tide.

Democratic partisans are already saying that no one saw it coming.

I saw it coming clearly and blogged about it for months. It was obvious that White America was stirring from its slumber a year ago. It had become so obvious in the last three months before the election that I dropped everything I was doing to analyze and track the growing rebellion.

Highlight of the Evening

The exclamation point on the night was John Boehner’s “victory speech” or lack thereof. This election cycle was about White identity politics from beginning to end. If this wasn’t pure political theater (and what I have read suggests it wasn’t), it was masterful performance at capturing the mood of the White electorate:

Boehner’s stoic facade cracks. He gets emotional as he talks about how he worked himself up from poverty by working dead end jobs. He talked about how he tried to build a “small business” with tears in his eyes. He shows genuine grief about how America was slipping away.

Whether it was real or not is besides the point: Boehner succeeded in representing the sentiment of millions of beleagured, distressed White male voters in the Heartland. It was a stark contrast to Professor Obama who is jetting over to Asia this week to visit a mosque in Indonesia. It was also a stark contrast to the elation on display at Reid headquarters.

The Republicans are on probation with White voters. Everything that was won in the House last tonight can be easily lost again in 2012. Without a comfortable majority in the House or a majority in the Senate, the Republican Congress is unlikely to stir up a hornet’s nest on immigration, much less hand Barack Obama a desperately sought victory that would alienate their own supporters.

Over the next week, I will dig into the election returns and pore over White voting patterns. I haven’t even begun to look at this gold mine of information or the post-election quarterbacking. So without further ado, I will now get started.

P.S. Robert Lindsay, the communist cheerleader for White race replacement in California, has abandoned any pretense that he is a White Advocate. The latest example of polarization working its magic.

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50 Comments

  1. If turnout had been the same as it was in 2008, the Dems would have kept the House. To me this was more of a draw than a victory.

  2. 2010 was the collapse of the Obama cargo cult. I think Robert Reich is right that 2012 could be even worse.

    Democrats will misread the election and try to “move to the center” like Clinton in 1994. Of course Clinton was only reelected because the economy had turned around by that point. That is unlikely to happen on Obama’s watch.

    This election has shown that economically distressed and culturally antagonized Whites will lash out in extreme ways. I can’t see this changing before 2012. I am sure that Obama will never be able to recapture his rockstar popularity.

    It is also telling that Hillary Clinton was nowhere to be found on the campaign trail. I would not be surprised by a primary challenge in which Clinton defeats Obama but rips apart the Democratic Party with blacks and progressives.

  3. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1110/44615_Page2.html

    In a bloodbath of a night for Democrats, the most gruesome returns came in from rural America. They lost the overwhelming number of gubernatorial and Senate races in the South, Midwest and interior West. Even more striking, House Democrats lost seats in every one of the 11 states of the old Confederacy.

    Across the countryside, pillars of the House such as South Carolina’s Spratt, the Budget Committee chairman; Minnesota’s Jim Oberstar, the Transportation Committee chairman; and Missouri’s Skelton, the Armed Services Committee chairman, went down along with long-serving political survivors such as Allen Boyd (Fla.), Gene Taylor (Miss.), Earl Pomeroy (N.D.) and Chet Edwards (Texas). So did more junior members, such as Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (S.D.), Harry Teague (N.M.) and Ohioans Charlie Wilson and Zack Space. The decades-long march toward the GOP among rural and small-town voters — interrupted and even reversed in 2006 and 2008 — has resumed.

    Beyond the GOP’s demographic resurgence, the most devastating part of Tuesday’s results for Democrats may be the impact they will have on redistricting. Not only did Republicans win the governorships in large states such as Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, but they also took complete control of the state legislatures in each of those Rust Belt behemoths.

  4. Democrats will misread the election and try to “move to the center” like Clinton in 1994.

    That isn’t in Obama’s DNA. Unlike Clinton, he is a true anti white racist and nothing will disuade him from that path.

    That is unlikely to happen on Obama’s watch.

    The economy isn’t going to improve, but that isn’t enough. We need it to get worse. The example of Japan shows us that government spending can keep an economy afloat for literal decades. If the Republican House puts a stop to Obama’s spending, the economy will collapse in a way that will make the 2008 crisis look like “the good ol’ days”. I don’t know if they will.

    I would not be surprised by a primary challenge in which Clinton defeats Obama but rips apart the Democratic Party with blacks and progressives.

    Progressives think even less of blacks than we do, they’d have no problem dumping Obama when he becomes too much of a liability. Blacks, however, would revolt and it would be supremely entertaining to watch if Hillary does primary him.

  5. Good analysis.

    I also was extremely disappointed in the Nevada Senate race and Colorado Governor’s race. My most hated US Senator Harry Reid made it back and my favorite Conservative Tom Tancredo couldn’t pull off a 3rd party win for Governor.
    I note these points of realism for WN in these races.

    1) We hare pretty much stuck with the cursed 2 parties of Dems/GOP. A Third Party can only be a spoiler, protest vote. Even with a Tom Tancredo who is so well known in Colorado and the division so clear Lib anti White, Lib Dem open borders immigration vs Conservative, patriot, control immigration a sizable % of White voters simply will not vote for 3rd party candidates. We saw this in the Buchanan Reform Party Presidential campaign.
    Even though most everyone here on O.D. is intelligent, idealistic and are not blinded by foolish party loyalties, lots of White Americas are. Lot’s of older White Americans who’ve listen to Rush Limblob for 25 years think the world is divided by Gosh darn Liberal Democrats and Conservative Republicans. It was the same with White voters in the US South who were “Yellow Dog Democrats” for 100 years up through most of the 1960s even after the National Democrat party was captured by NorthEastern Jew Leftists, Blacks, homosexuals, Reds etc.
    With Nevada – where most of the whole state voting population is in Los Vegas – Democrat machine organizations can still crank out the vote and put back a Harry Reid. It’s certainly the same here in Chicago.
    But, otherwise – a great night for our people.

  6. Damn, look at that solidarity by Blacks when it comes to voting Democratic. They surely know where their bread is buttered. Though, I imagine, a very small percentage of the Black population actually gets out and votes.

    Now to see if the Republicans honor their promises, or just toss White America into the meat grinder, once again. The pressure will have to be kept on these waffling weaklings, that much is certain.

  7. OD was the only pro-White website to really engage the mainstream and get deeply involved in practical politics. I myself only got involved at the beginning of August.

    Lots of missed opportunities here. A huge White backlash just rolled across America. The wind is blowing hard into the sails of conservatives.

    I could spend the next two months writing about the implications of this. The fact is, a historic opportunity just arrived, and White Nationalists were spending most of their time navel gazing, stuck in perennial debates, stewing in their alienation, lost in fantasy worlds, and shooting spitballs at the White electorate for not being radical enough for their tastes.

    How much time did we spend arguing over Oswald Spengler and Francis Parker Yockey?

    This has got to change.

    We got to become more realistic, more practical, more prepared to take advantage of opportunities, more engaged and less alienated from our target audience. We got to get better at disseminating our message. This doesn’t mean cheerleading for any GOP candidate. I am glad Meg Whitman lost in California.

    It does mean supporting candidates who are solid on immigration (like Angle, Barletta, Minnick and Tancredo), regardless of their political affiliation, and pushing the mainstream in our direction while doing what we can to further polarize the electorate. We also got to start holding politicians accountable when they fail to advance our interests.

    The alternative to this is empty rhetorical radicalism and wistful fantasy schemes that only empower enemies like Reid in Nevada and Hickenlooper in Colorado.

    Time to start getting ready for 2012.

  8. Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear a dismal failure:

    http://nationaljournal.com/converging-fronts-create-perfect-storm-for-republicans-in-midterms-20101103

    Young people, who cast 18 percent of the ballots in 2008, dropped to just 11 percent. That was a slightly larger falloff than is typical in midterm elections.

    Obama’s pandering to minorities a huge failure:

    Likewise, the falloff between the minority share of the vote in 2008 and Tuesday night was the largest decline between a presidential and the subsequent midterm election in at least the past two decades. Two years ago, minorities cast 26 percent of all ballots in the presidential election; this year that number fell to 22 percent. Both groups largely stuck with Democrats – but their impact was severely diluted by their declining turnout.

    White vote explains it all:

    And among the voters who did show up, Democratic candidates suffered crippling defections among white voters, particularly independents, seniors, and those without a college education, according to the national network exit poll of House elections. . . .

    Overall, the national exit poll measuring preferences in House races put the Republican vote among whites at a jaw-dropping 60 percent, up sharply from 53 percent in 2008. Democratic candidates attracted only about 35 percent of the vote among white men and women without a college education and college-educated white men. Following patterns evident in Obama’s approval rating, the only segment of the white electorate that didn’t collapse for Democrats were college-educated white women. But even they tilted slightly toward the GOP. . .

    The stampede toward the GOP among blue-collar whites was powerful almost everywhere. In heartland states such as Arkansas, Ohio, Indiana, and even Illinois, Democrats were routed among college-educated whites, too, the exit polls found. But along the coasts – in such states as Delaware, California, and Connecticut – Democrats did a better job of holding college whites, especially women. That was critical to their Senate victories in those states. . . .

    In a geographic reflection of Obama’s weakness among blue-collar white voters, a partial count showed that Republicans captured the seats of at least 35 House Democrats in districts where the percentage of whites with a college degree lags the national average of 30.4 percent. House Democrats elected in 2006 and 2008, when George W. Bush’s weakness allowed the party to expand deep into traditionally Republican terrain, also suffered heavy losses. Geographically, Democrats were especially hard hit through the border states and industrial Midwest: The party lost five House seats in Ohio, five in Pennsylvania, three in Tennessee, two in Indiana, and at least three in Illinois. Meanwhile, Republicans captured governorships in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio, flipped Senate seats in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois, and easily held an open Republican seat in Ohio.

  9. Hunter,

    Last night was indeed a disaster for the dems, hopefully this will at least spell gridlock, which is good for us.

    The question is, where does Obama go from here?

    He’s certainly no Bill Clinton. He’ll probably be forced to tow a centrist line, but will not be able to pull it off.

    His personality also indicates that, unless he really PO’s his Jewish masters, he’s unlikely give up his position without a fight. But, as you pointed out, he can’t ride back into office via the economy like Bill did in ’96. But, he might try something else…

    There’s talk that Obama might use the war approach: Start a war (most likely with Iran), which will (seemingly) give the economy a temporary boost, and try to garner enough patriotic sentiment to be given a second chance.

    I don’t it would work, but it wouldn’t surpise me if he tried something like that.

  10. For the first time since 1971 the Republican (coalition) controls both houses of the Minnesota Legislature. And were it not for the third party candidate, the GOP would have retained the Governorship as well. It will be interesting to see how Pawlenty handles the recount (with the Dems up ~ 9,000 votes) and possibly not handing off the gov’ship to a Republican, given his pres. aspirations in 2012.

  11. The problem with the war scenario is that it would almost certainly spark a progressive revolt against Obama. Republicans are also looking for the kill in 2012. When Clinton started a war with Serbia, Republicans rebelled against him.

    I don’t see much eagerness to start a war with Iran. Foreign policy was almost completely absent from the campaign. It would wreck promises to cut federal spending and polarize the electorate in ways unfavorable to Republicans.

    Something drastic would have to happen for a Middle East war to break out. Even when Israel attacked Lebanon, we stayed out of that one. Israel attacking Iran on its own could force a showdown.

    Obama might feel compelled to pander to the Jews who financed his 2008 presidential campaign.

  12. Start a war (most likely with Iran),

    Can’t do it. No money. The cash would need to be borrowed and nobody is gonna loan the USA money to start a war that sends oil through the roof.

    Bush got away with Iraq because the country initially supported it. The country now unquestionably would not support expanding hostilities.

    Also, it would be really out of character for Obama, who doesn’t really believe in using force.

    he’s unlikely give up his position without a fight.

    Oh god, I hope your right. I would love to see the SWPLs of the Democratic party force the first black president out.

  13. Most likely scenario: Republicans continue to say “no” to everything into 2012. Then claim they can’t pass their agenda because of Obama and a Democratic Senate. Gridlock for two years.

    Meanwhile, the economy deteriorates. Whites remain pissed off and take their wrath out on Democrats in 2012 like they did on Republicans in 2008. The Democrats got two “wave elections” in 2006 and 2008. I think 2012 might turn out similarly for Republicans.

  14. Israel attacking Iran on its own could force a showdown.

    Israel isn’t going to attack Iran on it’s own. People have literally been talking this up for 7 years. When is everyone going to realize that this will never happen?

    All 3 sides are just blowing smoke.

  15. Most likely scenario: Republicans continue to say “no” to everything into 2012.

    Will they vote to extend unemployment benifits and raise the debt ceiling? If they don’t, American cities will burn as blacks and hispanics will be without their handouts and whites will be off unemployment with no way to get work.

  16. While the GOP may have swept the South, these states are still required by the Voting Rights Act, which was extended for fifty years by Bush (thanks for nothing), to have any changes dealing with elections such as redistricting to first be approved the Justice Department.

  17. I hope you guys are right.

    Regardless as to what happens, right now my biggest fear is that after all this, things begin to die down and go back to business as usual, setting back the proverbial day of retribution against our eneimes even further.

    Things need to get more intense before real change can occur.

  18. I agree with Mr. Wallace.

    White nationalists need to realize that what they get from now on is going to be a compromise.

    We’re not going to one day get white people to wake up and start supporting an explicitly white nationalist agenda. We’ll never be able to inspire them to be radical enough for our tastes.

    While I do agree with James Edwards that this Republican victory doesn’t mean much by itself, I believe that white nationalists could really capitalize on this white anger/resentment.

    But we have to go about doing so in a smart way.

    As I’ve said before, I’m through preaching to the choir and watching white nationalists spew empty rhetoric and go nowhere.

    I’d rather be victorious than “right.”

  19. “Robert Lindsay, the communist cheerleader for White race replacement in California, has abandoned any pretense that he is a White Advocate.”

     Good.  Does this mean you will (finally) stop giving that noxious dingle-berry press coverage?  You’d agree that it is one thing to have guilty pleasures (him and Cuntsler appeal to my ilk at the level of interracial pornography), quite another to share it on a mission-oriented blog?

     Mike

  20. 56% of Asians voted Democrat

    Does this mean 44% of Asian voters know on which side the bread is buttered and which burnt? entente with Asian community/ies too fantastical? They’d be far more amenable than Hispanics, who are “brown” in their own minds. Colloquially at least the Far East Asians are classed as “white”. Absolutely the most unrevolutionary race on the scene however.

  21. I’d rather be victorious than “right.”

    Victory, right — these are categories of the privileged. All I want is white women to stop talking like negroes and watching Kardashians. If that doesn’t happen we might as “victoriously” walk backward and speak in tongues.

  22. When is everyone going to realize that this will never happen?

    When Jews aren’t around to scare the goyim into believing it.

    Can’t do it. No money. The cash would need to be borrowed and nobody is gonna loan the USA money to start a war that sends oil through the roof.

    Well said, bro. War with Iran: IF ONLY the times were so fatefully interesting …

  23. Sorry for spamming, just let me say: I’m glad we have Hunter Wallace for deep, current analysis of these events. Closest thing we have to a real journalist. Keep it up.

  24. Where does the Tea Party go from here? Can it sustain itself or even expand? Is it time to sharpen the message by attacking “affirmative action” and “hate crimes” laws as part of their anti-racism posture or is it time to broaden the implicit White-conservative base? Can both be managed? What are the prospects for Republicans and WNism given different Tea Party contingincies?

  25. Maybe it’s because I know very little about electoral politics, but I see nothing dramatic in the outcome of yesterday’s election. Fine — the Republicans got 60% of the white vote. How is that “massive white flight”? They got 55% in the 2008 Presidential election. (See article at Pew Research Center: http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1209/racial-ethnic-voters-presidential-election ) This time, a few extra whites got scared that Obamacare is a threat to Social Security, so they voted Republican. (That’s right: the Republicans picked up a few votes by posing as defenders of Social Security.) Sestak lost 51% to 49%, Feingold 52% to 48%. Those aren’t blowouts. They’re just part of the 52-48 seesaw that’s been part of national elections for decades. Obama’s political position is virtually unchanged since 2008.

    “Just you wait, Harry Reid. Just you wait until November 2010.” That’s what I’ve been hearing from Limbaugh et al. for a year. Well — Reid waited — and won.

  26. I could spend the next two months writing about the implications of this. The fact is, a historic opportunity just arrived, and White Nationalists were spending most of their time navel gazing, stuck in perennial debates, stewing in their alienation, lost in fantasy worlds, and shooting spitballs at the White electorate for not being radical enough for their tastes.

    What do you want them to do? Go out and vote for the Koch Brother’s choice of political candidates via the Tea Party? I have a feeling the only thing we’re going to see coming out of this is more of the status quo; NAFTA, outsourcing, globalism, Zionism, wars, wars, wars, wars.

  27. Does this mean 44% of Asian voters know on which side the bread is buttered and which burnt? entente with Asian community/ies too fantastical? They’d be far more amenable than Hispanics, who are “brown” in their own minds. Colloquially at least the Far East Asians are classed as “white”. Absolutely the most unrevolutionary race on the scene however.

    Nope, when I lived in Oregon I got the impression most of the mass Asian immigration these days is the riff raff of South East Asia who are racially more similar to Aztecs than Japanese. I also was absolutely dumbfounded to discover that in these cultures IT IS THE NORM for most of the men to gamble away EVERY SINGLE PENNY. As a matter of fact several of them I worked with were seeing shrinks for gambling addiction and HR was putting their paycheck directly into the wives bank account. The women wear the pants in those families, the men are like children lusting after that one roll of the dice that will give them enough to show up at work one day in some used Lexus that they think makes them “upper class.” The addiction is so severe these guys had no problem working 70 hours a week only to lose most of it at the casino. The boss couldn’t make these people go home, the overtime was THEIR idea, not the companies, they’d stay and tighten screws around the building, ANYTHING to get more money for scratch off tickets. The younger generations appear to be drawn into the “hip hop” scene and the girls are very materialistic and eager to hop into the sack with any white guy who seems willing to pull out his credit card and take them to the mall to buy $400 Italian handbags. “Asian Family Values” is largely an illusion like the “Noble Savage” romanticized in Mark Twain’s time.

  28. Correction: In my post of 1:10 am, November 4, I twice said “Social Security.” Both times, I meant Medicare — but actually, I think of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid as one big mess anyway. That’s probably why I slipped.

  29. Anyone pointing to the Reid victory, the closeness of some Dem losses, and playing up Obama’s strength after last night clearly has a pro-Democrat agenda, which is antithetical to the spirit of this blog. Or am I wrong, John?

  30. Robert Lindsay posts on AMREN every now and then and I believe he has told bloggers there he has an oriental wife. Why would anyone take someone like that seriously in the first place?

  31. Reply to Murphy at 1:34 am, November 4: No — you’re wrong. I wish America were all white and that not a single white person had views of the sort represented by the Democrats. I’m just trying to to assess yesterday’s election results.

  32. John you’ve got to understand that alot of poor Whites aren’t about to vote for a party that will cut unemployment benefits and entitlement programs they’ve come to depend on. I read a news article yesterday about the Chamber of Commerce funding Republican candidates with money coming from overseas donors. What do you think that’s all about?

  33. Colorado is a major dissapointment, especially the two way Senate race that should have gone R in a Cowboy state. The election year couldn’t get any better for Republicans and if they can’t win now, the state is lost. Those yuppie, “green” pricks and their beloved wetbacks must have overwealmed the place demographically.

    Mark Kirk did win Illinois, but those pricks in the suburbs refused to support the mainstream GOP gubinitorial because he was from downstate Bloomington. (A pretty nice place with the best economy in the state, home to State Farm Insurance.) Like the South though an awfull lot of Rural Areas in Illinois have large colonies of Ghetto Blacks, Decatur, Danville, Springfield are just like Detroit. Watching our chances to have responsible financial judgement in the state legislature ruined by the vote of these dead dumb, Equatorial Neaderthals I suddenly realized EXACTLY why the architects of Jim Crow didn’t let them vote. It is a complete violation of all natural law to let this ignorant, alien element have ANY say in how we run our society. I also was somewhat affable with a black guy who sits next to me in class. Today, I felt totally uncomfortable around him because I knew I couldn’t say a single thing about the elections around blacks. Politics is just off limits because there can be no agreement. No true friendships are really possible with them when you have to censor the most pressing issues on your mind. Unlike a bunch of liberal white punks who I could care less about offending. It is pointless to argue politics with someone who is rationally choosing their best interests, unlike white punks who are arguing for self suicide and need some advice from their elders.

  34. John,

    OK. Just curious, and I didn’t mean to come across as so brusque even if you were Dem-leaning. I think there’s hope to be had in Tuesday’s results, but the future of this continent is going to ge darker before it brightens. That said, engaging the process can pay dividends for us immediately. Regards.

  35. Is it time to sharpen the message by attacking “affirmative action” and “hate crimes” laws as part of their anti-racism posture or is it time to broaden the implicit White-conservative base? Affirmative Action Yes, but Hate Crimes Laws aren’t really on the radar of average whites. How often does Joe Sixpack come home and spend the evening whining about “Hate Crime Legislation” too his wife? Sure I know they are important and a topic for egghead debate along with “End the Fed” but at least as of today they haven’t had the widespread impact on whites the way Affirmative Action does. I’d say what about bringing OUR jobs back from China? Why isn’t that even on the table at the Tea Parties? Is there anything less controversial than anti-trade sentiments? Virtually everyone I talk to agrees with me on that, even blacks and liberals. Why is this issue not being talked about by ANY of the politicians? Isn’t it obvious that Unprotected Trade is the main cause of the lack of jobs?

  36. Reply to Alex @ 1:46 am, November 4: You might have identified the reason some whites vote for the Democrats; but if that’s the reason, my assessment of yesterday’s election results doesn’t seem to have to be revised. If, in other words, that’s the reason, well, then, the portion of Republicans among whites is likely to remain where it’s been, with some fluctuation, for a long time. It won’t be growing.

    I don’t know enough about campaign funding to grasp the significance of the news article you mentioned, the one about funds from overseas.

  37. What do you want them to do?

    I want them to back candidates that will advance our interests and push the political spectrum in our direction.

    Go out and vote for the Koch Brother’s choice of political candidates via the Tea Party?

    If the Koch Brothers want to finance NumbersUSA “true reformer” candidates, what’s the problem with that?

    I have a feeling the only thing we’re going to see coming out of this is more of the status quo; NAFTA, outsourcing, globalism, Zionism, wars, wars, wars, wars.

    65% of the Tea Party is against free trade. No one campaigned on foreign policy. The real globalists are afraid of the backlash in Middle America.

    I know for a fact what we are going to get out of WN rhetorical radicals: nothing but fantasies, not even a dog catcher in Mississippi, much less a single vote against foreign wars, free trade, or immigration.

  38. In Arizona, affirmative action was banned last night. In Oklahoma, English was made the official state language.

    … worthless mainstream politicians … god damn neocons

  39. “Sure I know they are important and a topic for egghead debate along with “End the Fed” but at least as of today they haven’t had the widespread impact on whites the way Affirmative Action does. “

    Now would be the best of all possible times to hammer away at Affirmative Action.

    Hundreds of thousands, even perhaps millions of unemployed Whites (because of the recession) are going to try and get hired at new jobs over the next few years and will (re)experience the horrors of Affirmative Action as it potentially destroys all their employment dreams!

    P.S. the primary reason I am a White Nationalist is Affirmative Action policies.

  40. I hope the Tea Party goes more populist than “Ayn Randian” or “Creation Science.” Independents don’t want to hear about privatizing social security or evangelical agendas. I hope the Republicans come up with a better candidate than Sarah Palin as well, some guy who comes across as bright and a real leader.

  41. This is all good – not just the election results, but the howlin’ mad left-wing and ethnoid reaction…polarization amplified.
    @Otis, re Japan: no parallel here. Japan has a solid industrial base, and most of what they owe, they owe to themselves. US economy, on the other hand, is a hollowed out Ponzi running on ZOG funnymoney. One way or another, “this sucker is going to collapse”. Soon.

    @Otis, HW, re Iran. Everyone always thinks a particular war is impossible….then it happens. Just the other day, major ZOG commmentator David Broder suggested an attack on Iran “as a way to get the economy moving”. Zero won’t buy that argument, but the pressure is building…not the least because of that wave of Zionist neocons that just got into Congress. And when Zero needs Jewish political money in spring 2012, he’ll do the deed. And that’s when “this sucker” WILL collapse. Then the shooting starts…here.

  42. No doubt. But, for the time being, Jewmoney still rules. The Israelis are as certain Iran represents an existential threat as US organized Jewry is certain that Whites represent an existential threat. They are trapped between the two imperatives.

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