Quote of the day—Francis Marion

While I’ve never considered myself much of a right winger, being more of a libertarian bent, I have found myself increasingly pushed and marginalized by the “enlightened and progressive” amongst you into the same camp with all sorts of deplorables, regardless of where they lived and what they called themselves. Nationalists, alt righters, anarchists, constitutionalists and so on and so forth all made for strange bedfellows but an effective team. Working on the premise that the enemy of my enemy is my friend we have all found common ground. We have you to thank for that. By pushing, badgering, harassing, marginalizing and insulting us on a regular basis you created something new. And it crushed you at the ballot box.

There were other factors as well. The pesky internet for example. It allowed those of us who could not vote to contribute in other ways. Through memes, leaks and general trolling we cheered and supported our freedom loving brothers and sisters in your country and encouraged them to have heart and stay the course. Of course, our part was small, minisucle really, compared to what our American brothers and sisters had to endure, but you get the picture.

Elections, especially ones mired in icky things like ideology and principle, now cross national boundaries. It sucks I know, but a lack of imagination on your part does not equal or represent a foul on ours. We did nothing illegal or immoral. We simply beat you because, well, we’re smarter than you are.

But not to worry. There will be plenty of opportunities for you to learn from your mistakes. You see, the battle that took place in your polling stations on the 8th of November was just that. A battle. We, the freedom loving peoples of the western world, well, we’re just getting warmed up. To quote the man: “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet“.

So retreat to your safe spaces, grab your adult colouring books and put on a happy face my special snow flakes because regardless of whoever/whatever you are and regardless of what nation it is you reside in, we, the deplorables, are coming for you.

Francis Marion
November 10, 2016
Sorry Snowflake But It’s Not Over…
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Francis Marion

  1. I wish the consumers of safe spaces, Play-doh, stuffed animals and adult coloring books were required to subscribe to a registry the way the statists always seek to require the registration and publication of names and addresses of those citizens who will be dangerous in the event of an un-documented income redistribution. I would want to know who these helpless infantile people are so I know not to count on them for anything in any time of difficulty.

    And this business about “Adult” coloring books.
    First, it’s made it almost impossible to find coloring books for the original intended audience which includes both of my sub-ten years old nieces.
    Second, this is a new, and unusual for me, phrase. Previously, “Adult” referred to a subject that was sold under the counter or behind a curtain marked, “Adults Only”. Nowadays, I guess, those things are sold to school districts as sex education literature.

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