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Monday, February 18, 2013

Fewer whites = more polarized politics

As is so often the case with the left-liberal failure to accurately predict the consequences of their policies, America's increased diversity and vibrancy is not going reduce racial tensions and polarization, but increase them.
Now, as you get further down, you see outliers, where the GOP’s share of the white vote is far higher than the GOP’s overall performance: for example, Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. These are states typically in the Deep South, with large black populations. Obviously, there’s a strong degree of white solidarity to keep blacks from taking over the state.

For example, Mississippi went for Romney 56-44—and the way he won was by getting 88 percent of the white vote. Why did he get 88 percent of the white vote? Well, Mississippi has the largest black population of any state and according to this Reuters-Ipsos poll, blacks in Mississippi voted 100 percent for Obama (sample size = 38)

This is what “diversity” gets you in the long run. Lee Kwan Yew of Singapore says, in a multicultural democracy, everybody ends up voting on race.

But probably the two most interesting states that Romney won are not in the Deep South: Texas (76 percent of white vote) and Arizona (66 percent).

Texas is not really an old Deep South state by any means.  It has had a huge influx of Americans from all over the country since oil was first discovered in 1901, and it has its own culture. It shows the possibilities of what a state could do in terms of going heavily toward Republicans as a bloc vote: 76 percent is a pretty amazing number, but that’s what it took to keep rapidly-Hispanicizing Texas handily Republican.

If whites in Texas don’t vote consistently Republican, then the state, with its 38 Electoral Votes, will go Democratic in some future presidential election. And that would end the chances of the Republican Party as we know it ever regaining the White House.

So, GOP, you better hurry up and put all those illegal aliens in Texas on the path to citizenship!
Not being a Republican, I'm not at all concerned about Republican electoral prospects.  But it is worth noting that many Democrats like McRapey who have already fled their vibrant former neighborhoods for white strongholds are soon going to find themselves voting for what has effectively become the White Party whether they like it or not, not out of racial solidarity or because they have learned a strange new respect for Republican Party policies, but because the Everybody Else Party is going to abandon its feigned interest in equality as soon as the Latinos, Blacks, and Asians realize they have the numbers to quit playing poor helpless minority with the white left-liberals who previously dominated it.

It should be very interesting to see if Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for 2016 or if she is again shouldered aside by a minority flag-bearer.  If that happens, we can be fairly certain that we will have seen the last white Democratic presidential nominee.

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Blogger Conan the Cimmerian, King of Aquilonia February 18, 2013 1:04 PM  

Texas is not really an old Deep South state by any means.

Uh, no. Texas has a unique ID, but it is still very southron in heritage, roots, cultural aspects, etc. whether Sailer realizes it or not.

Come to Texas and learn a little, you silly Sailer.

Anonymous Red Comet February 18, 2013 1:05 PM  

Leftoids have drunk deeply of the multi-culti white guilt flavored Kool-Aid. I don't expect them to ever bloc vote with people like them no matter how many times reality slaps them in the face.

They'll be on their knees with an Islamo/La Raza/Black Panther machete sawed through their neck right next to their spinal cord and every synapse would still be trying to find some way to blame it on whitey before it flares out for good.

Anonymous stg58/Animal Mother February 18, 2013 1:13 PM  

Voting Rights Act.

We are rebels.

Anonymous Edjamacator February 18, 2013 1:17 PM  

You know, it's a real shame after reading the past few articles (excluding the CD one) that we can't just live in a country with no idiots. I can't imagine how prosperous and well off we'd be if asinine leftists and all of their feminism/multiculturalism/atheistic nonsense was something "over there" that we could laugh at and watch implode. It's even worse when I think my kid won't live in such a grand country.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 1:29 PM  

Why do you get so worked up over these demographics when the economics clearly present a much more urgent problem.

I mean its rather like being worried about lung cancer when you're trapped in a burning car.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 1:31 PM  

The interesting thing will be to see what happens if, (if it ever happens at all) whites finally break free of YKW hypnosis and realize that it's okay, and not shameful or horrifying, for them to vote race the way that every other race votes race. All of a sudden they'd be back in charge, because even in the event of a demographic plurality, they would still remain the largest plurality; and if they actually took charge once again, in a realistic non-bullshit way, a non-trivial number of Asians and Hispanics would join in with them, because a) everybody likes a strong man on horseback and b) nobody _really_ wants to follow a negro, they've just been conditioned by YKW to think they do.

The reason whites lose right now is because no other race is divided, but whites remain divided between bitter realists and fruity bien-pensants, and they still allow themselves to be publicly mocked (once again, Hi, Jews!) without exacting retribution (Hi, Jews!). We will see how long the bien-pensants continue to pense bien once their entire universe is snatched from under them by shit-colored supremacy. Who knows, maybe they will actually go to the guillotines meekly, still passively thinking, Well at least I'm not a raaaacist.

Personally I think whites-only secession (g'bye, Jews!) would be preferable; plus it would be really funny to see the look on the faces of non-whites once they realize just how much of this continent whitey could, er, expropriate, once the shit-skins hit the fan.

Interesting times. Glad I probably won't live to a grizzled old age to see 'em.

But it's rather a shame that North America, which is a natural fortress, will have to be surrendered and divided in such an utterly stupid fashion. Another reason to never let YKW into your country, ever. There isn't enough spit in the world.



Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 1:33 PM  

"Texas is not really an old Deep South state by any means. "

Texas was fought for, freed, designed, and created... by angry drunk Tennesseans. how exactly is that not an old deep south state????

Anonymous Noah B. February 18, 2013 1:33 PM  

"Leftoids have drunk deeply of the multi-culti white guilt flavored Kool-Aid. I don't expect them to ever bloc vote with people like them no matter how many times reality slaps them in the face."

The instinct for self preservation is a powerful one. As the left sees whites pushed out of positions of leadership in the Democratic party, it's likely that we'll see an epic decline in white support for the Democrats. In the meantime, it would suit me just fine if the Republican party self-destructs.

Anonymous Weak February 18, 2013 1:35 PM  

Liberalism always creates the exact opposite of its stated intent. Is that a bug or a feature?

I guess another way of saying it is are they stupid or liiars?

Anonymous Clay February 18, 2013 1:42 PM  

An interesting little factoid about the State Flag of Mississippi:

"2001 flag referendum
2001 proposed flag of MississippiIn 2000, the Supreme Court of Mississippi ruled[3] that state legislation in 1906 had repealed the adoption of the state flag in 1894, so what was considered to be the official state flag was only so through custom and usage.[4] Governor Ronnie Musgrove appointed an independent commission which developed a new proposed design,[4] and on April 17, 2001, a state referendum to change the flag was put before Mississippi voters. The proposal would have replaced the Confederate battle flag with a blue canton with 20 stars. The outer ring of 13 stars would represent the original Thirteen Colonies, the ring of six stars would represent the six nations that have had sovereignty over Mississippi territory (various Indian nations as a collective nation, France, Spain, Great Britain, the United States, and the Confederate States), and the inner and slightly larger star would represent Mississippi itself. The 20 stars would also represent Mississippi's status as the 20th member of the United States.[5] The new flag was soundly defeated in a vote of 64% (488,630 votes) to 36% (267,812) and the old flag was retained.[6]"


Jesse & Al had their pimp asses down here trying to "get out the vote" when the flag referendum was about to take place, and you'd be surprised how many blacks in Mississippi told them to get their Yankee-trash selves back up north. I remember reading it was estimated that about 35% of the blacks voted to keep the flag just the way it was. I think most just didn't even bother to vote.

Anonymous Thales February 18, 2013 1:42 PM  

We will see how long the bien-pensants continue to pense bien once their entire universe is snatched from under them by shit-colored supremacy. Who knows, maybe they will actually go to the guillotines meekly, still passively thinking, Well at least I'm not a raaaacist.

Meh. The half that go meekly to slaughter will be survived by the half that do not. At this point I've really stopped caring about them. They get what they deserve. If white leftists discover backbone at the last minute, great. If not, oh well. I'm betting they go down with their secular religion.

Anonymous Pete Rosenberg February 18, 2013 1:45 PM  

Lefty's faithful colored companions are leaving the white liberal plantation.

Anonymous Mr. Nightstick February 18, 2013 1:50 PM  

I think Texas is where the ethnic cleansing will begin, if it does.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 1:53 PM  

The interesting thing is, once the white people are decisively outnumbered and put on reservations, the shit-colored grease-blobs will then be clamoring to immigrate into the reservations.

God's a funny guy.

Anonymous TLM February 18, 2013 1:59 PM  

Am I the only one that finds the man that allegedly slaps baby on plane news story of the day kinda funny? Whether the guy was drunk, just an asshole, it doesn't matter, but I had to chuckle at the thought of some SWPL mom getting a dose of reality from a guy willing to speak what we all think. On the other hand, at-least the SWPL's didn't follow the trend of the White Evangelicals adoption craze and their race to kidnap all the cute little asian orphans in china.

Anonymous Daniel February 18, 2013 2:02 PM  

Texas was fought for, freed, designed, and created... by angry drunk Tennesseans. how exactly is that not an old deep south state????

One could say the same thing about Doug Atkins and Rebel.

That does not make the Chicago Bears an old deep south state.

Anonymous fish February 18, 2013 2:04 PM  

They'll be on their knees with an Islamo/La Raza/Black Panther machete sawed through their neck right next to their spinal cord and every synapse would still be trying to find some way to blame it on whitey before it flares out for good.

Good line! I hope I'm around to see the jockeying for position of your three contestant blocs.


My money is not on the pantherths...useless hothouse flowers.

Anonymous Mike M. February 18, 2013 2:08 PM  

Actually, I'm betting that the 2016 Dem candidate will be neither Hillary nor a "minority". She's past her political sell-by date, there's no Obama clone waiting in the wings.

The real question is whether the Republicans will nominate Rubio...or go with someone who can win. Ted Cruz is hitting harder than Rubio, is rapidly displacing him as the Great Republican Hispanic Hope. Not that he's Presidential timber yet, either. My money is on Scott Walker or Bob McDonnell.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 2:09 PM  

"That does not make the Chicago Bears an old deep south state."

Imagine if they had designed Illinois instead of the Chicago Bears.

Anonymous Daniel February 18, 2013 2:15 PM  

OT: Highest televised therapist body count?

The singer appeared on the third season of Dr. Drew's VH1 show. She is the fifth person who has appeared on the show to die.

One really has to wonder at the effectiveness of psychological therapy when extremely personalized, expensive treatment has a death rate of 10% (5 deaths, 50 celebrity victims so far).

For pity sakes, Cold Harbor had a lower fatality rate.

Blogger Conan the Cimmerian, King of Aquilonia February 18, 2013 2:16 PM  

"Texas is not really an old Deep South state by any means. "

Texas was fought for, freed, designed, and created... by angry drunk Tennesseans. how exactly is that not an old deep south state????


I believe the Texas more twang-afied version of the word "y'all" absolutely cornfuses them.

I hate it when Yanks or California fruit-nutters star opining and pontificating on what is Southron or not. Just cause you spent a few years in the middle of urban Houston doesn't make you an expert on anything Texan or Southron.

Blogger Conan the Cimmerian, King of Aquilonia February 18, 2013 2:16 PM  

And God bless those whiskey drinkin' Tennesseans.

Anonymous CrisisEraDynamo February 18, 2013 2:18 PM  

Watch out for those who would cite intermarriage as indicative of the coming racial utopia.

There's this to counter it, but I still see an easy out in terms of increasing trends.

Blogger James Higham February 18, 2013 2:21 PM  

Red Indian?

Anonymous Randy M February 18, 2013 2:23 PM  

"They'll be on their knees with an Islamo/La Raza/Black Panther machete sawed through their neck right next to their spinal cord and every synapse would still be trying to find some way to blame it on whitey before it flares out for good."

Or raped in Haiti?

Anonymous Raggededge February 18, 2013 2:24 PM  

Mike M.: The real question is whether the Republicans will nominate Rubio...or go with someone who can win. Ted Cruz is hitting harder than Rubio, is rapidly displacing him as the Great Republican Hispanic Hope. Not that he's Presidential timber yet, either.

You do know that Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, right?

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 2:28 PM  

Indeed Vd, in regards to Hillary. This path we are on electorally has been clear to me see since 2000 despite the Bush wins. The funny thing is now, it seems like the Democrats need but nominate an ethnic man everytime and they win easily, until such time as the demographics will support whatever candidate they put forth. Put more simply, the Democrats only way to lose 2016 at this point is to nominate a)an old white or b) a woman (ironically a minority woman would be worse for them and I'd explain more if someone cares to know). Ergo, Hillary would have some risk, whereas an Obama clone or even possibly a clean cut Hispanic would be bulletproof. They know this.

I foresee a 20-25 year resurrgence of the Republican Party branded as "the White Party" starting around 2024 will happen when it becomes clear to even the most clueless whites that everyone votes on race and in not doing so, you as a white will be hammered by policies and govt. theft. The effects will be strange, but largely predictable. This would be the golden period to push for succession.

However, once whites become decidely less than 50% in around 2040 or so it will begin to lose no matter what it does and the Republican Party will disband or become completely irrelevant. We do not really do multi-parties in govt. well, so expect a full democractic one party system to rule for a while until things finally blow up.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 2:35 PM  

"For pity sakes, Cold Harbor had a lower fatality rate."

You mean Cold Harbor the one-man theater piece, starring Bill Raymond from Mabou Mines?

Nah, ya prolly don't.

Anonymous Vishnu February 18, 2013 2:36 PM  

"James Higham February 18, 2013 2:21 PM

Red Indian?"


As opposed to dot-head Indian.

Blogger Rantor February 18, 2013 2:40 PM  

I don't think they'll nominate Hillary or Joe Biden if they want to win, and unlike the Republicans the Democrats want to win. I wouldn't be surprised if Michelle ran. The Obama machine would certainly support that.

The Republicans will be lost if they don't run someone young and more or less Conservative. (No northeast liberals please) The way things are going they'll probably nominate Hagel.



Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 2:41 PM  

"I believe the Texas more twang-afied version of the word "y'all" absolutely cornfuses them. "

Josh and I have a workign theory that the leading indicator of southern culture and its influence in an area is the prominence of sweet tea. Do the food joints serve sweet tea?

then you're in the south.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 2:42 PM  

"However, once whites become decidedly less than 50% in around 2040 or so it will begin to lose no matter what it does and the Republican Party will disband or become completely irrelevant."

Things will get REALLY interesting once the White Party (or whatever it's called by then, certainly not the despicable GOP) realizes it needs to make a strategic alliance not with local Hispanics or blacks, but with Russia, Poland, Ukraine and the Baltic States. Maybe even Germany, too, depending on how things trend.

Hi, Jews!!

We won't stay on our backs forever, you know!

And we have a looooooong memory!!

Anonymous Noah B. February 18, 2013 2:47 PM  

Wait, there are places where they don't serve sweet tea?

Blogger James Dixon February 18, 2013 2:48 PM  

> Josh and I have a workign theory that the leading indicator of southern culture and its influence in an area is the prominence of sweet tea.

Seems reasonable. Even down to WV, where sweet tea is a decidedly mixed proposition.

Anonymous Alexander February 18, 2013 2:49 PM  

Michelle would be the best choice if you wanted to expose people to reality. So for that, I'd say not.

The great game still requires the pretense of following the system. Obama had to go to the Senate for the country to at least buy the illusion of statesmanship. Same for Hillary.

Blogger James Dixon February 18, 2013 2:49 PM  

> The way things are going they'll probably nominate Hagel.

I think Politico had it right and the party leadership will try to ram Jeb Bush down our throats. We'll see.

Blogger IM2L844 February 18, 2013 2:50 PM  

I wouldn't be surprised if Michelle ran.

I hadn't even thought of that, but I can imagine the machinery spinning up for it.

Would that mean we could finally get rid of affirmative action?

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 2:51 PM  

Scoob...

Did your wife cheat on with with an orthodox blaxican from japan?

(I know I know I' just jerkin' your chain... but I really wanted to use the term blaxican ok?)

Blogger IM2L844 February 18, 2013 2:57 PM  

Obama had to go to the Senate for the country to at least buy the illusion of statesmanship.

Don't discount the romanticized storybook emotional factor for a Michelle candidacy. It would be through the liberal roof.

Anonymous Dot connector February 18, 2013 3:01 PM  

"as soon as the Latinos, Blacks, and Asians realize they have the numbers to quit playing poor helpless minority with the white left-liberals who previously dominated it."

Lol. It's hilarious seeing the various ethnic groups running that, "We ah no speaka englesh" feigned ignorance/false humility game on whites all the time especially the white cops who fall for it every time. It's pathetic.

Blogger Conan the Cimmerian, King of Aquilonia February 18, 2013 3:03 PM  

Do the food joints serve sweet tea?

then you're in the south.


Ah yes, sweet tea.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 3:05 PM  

Yes, but the anti-toxin to the liberal nightmare we are in is for them to nominate a black woman. The White Party would begin to form in earnest, white liberals that aren't "true believers" would begin to feel weird, and even black men hesitate to vote for black women. This would be folly on a grand scale and Demos know this.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 3:07 PM  

If it wasn't clear the above post was in regard to Michelle obama's proposed candidacy here. I so miss the link to comments feature.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 3:18 PM  

We got Sweet Tea in Jersery. We southron yo.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 3:21 PM  

@Nate: "(I know I know I'm just jerkin' your chain... but I really wanted to use the term blaxican ok?)"

Well blaxican is pretty funny... but then again in light of it, I do feel every once in a while a reminder is needed, lest people think I'm a nut...

Do you know that one of my ancestors knew Dean Swift personally? No joke.

Maybe it accounts for a certain sumpin.

Saeva indignatio is sort of in my blood, I'm afraid. But it doesn't mean I live a vita saeva.





Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 3:21 PM  

Freakin fat finger

Anonymous Vinnie February 18, 2013 3:23 PM  

Prolly some of that Sweet'N Low crap. Yo.

Anonymous Will Best February 18, 2013 3:26 PM  

The Blacks and Hispanics have too much dislike between the them for the white elite running the Dem party to lose power anytime in the near term.

I do believe the Dems have a very real white youth problem though because any 20-30 year old white person that isn't a full on Marxist can be persuaded with relative ease into a libertarian mindset by working through a couple math problems with data I pull from the NYT.

That doesn't translate into GOP votes, nor should it unless you are doing a "lesser evil" approach, but I do think a Rand Paul could win in 2016 carrying 82/3%+ of the white vote, particularly considering the US economy is at best going to tread water for 4 more years.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 3:27 PM  

You know, if I were to set a fantasy novel in our current time instead of fighting each other based on race I would have some rule everyone based on something unifying. Something benign. Make it a mixture of something for everyone. Hey, how about religion? We could use Sweet Tea for communion wine, or koolaid, we are inclusive like that.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 3:29 PM  

You guys keep talking blacks vs mexican vs whites. I think the Eskimos are going to shock everyone and start kicking ass.

Anonymous Will Best February 18, 2013 3:29 PM  

oops. I meant 62/63% of the white vote.

Blogger "1951" February 18, 2013 3:32 PM  

Restaurants that serve sweet tea by default stop at about Tyler. Unsweet tea is the default non-alcoholic beverage across the rest of the state.

East Texas is "the South". The rest of Texas is culturally similar to Dixie, but different in many ways. The two cultures are, however, highly compatible. Texas culture is unique.

Blogger James Dixon February 18, 2013 3:36 PM  

> We got Sweet Tea in Jersery.

That's not sweet tea. The scene from Crocodile Dundee comes to mind.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 3:59 PM  

"East Texas is "the South". The rest of Texas is culturally similar to Dixie, but different in many ways. The two cultures are, however, highly compatible. Texas culture is unique."

I can vouch for all of this. And I'm a hurrible ignant yankee. Love me some Texas, though. Same way I love Strayans.


Anonymous Alexander February 18, 2013 4:06 PM  

Being part of the CSA gives you automatic Southron membership, even if your state is now a retirement club for New Yorkers or invaded by Aztlan. Texas is a unique culture to be sure, but it paid its dues in blood.

Sweet tea, coke, football, and y'all are necessary litmus tests for the likes of Kentucky and Missouri.

Anonymous VD February 18, 2013 4:07 PM  

I think the Eskimos are going to shock everyone and start kicking ass.

The True North will rise again! Winter is coming!

Anonymous Noah B. February 18, 2013 4:11 PM  

Funny, I was just craving a large bowl of seal blubber...

Anonymous Porky February 18, 2013 4:13 PM  

♫ Give me T for Texas, give me a T for Tennesee ♫
♫ Give me T for Texas, give me a T for Tennesee ♫
♫ Give me a T for Trayvon, if I had a son he'd look like me ♫

Blogger James Dixon February 18, 2013 4:14 PM  

> Winter is coming!

Fimbulvetr!

Hmm. From http://www.pantheon.org/articles/r/ragnarok.html:

"Three such winters will follow each other with no summers in between. Conflicts and feuds will break out, even between families, and all morality will disappear. This is the beginning of the end."

We'll see how this summer goes. :)

Anonymous Mike43 February 18, 2013 4:15 PM  

Agreed, scoobius. I'm heading for the hill country, as soon as I retire. Lived near Austin, now in Houston. For a democratically controlled city, Obama almost lost it. He only won by 50,000 votes. And we still put more people on death row than the rest of the country.

Yes, we still have the "sob needed killing" defense; but it is tempered with some common sense.

Anonymous Daniel February 18, 2013 4:15 PM  

Hey, you might want to make it easy on the tabulators, and add a McRapey tag.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 18, 2013 4:25 PM  

It's not as great as it was before, but it used to be when you landed in the Austin airport, the first thing you smelled was fresh barbecue, and there was a Texas-blues band playing live all day. It was heaven. Not as good lately, though.

Everything merges with the night. -- Eno

Anonymous re allow anonymous comments February 18, 2013 4:27 PM  

In 2016 the Dems will nominate a white man, probably from a mountain state. The republicans will probably run Rubio. Dems will clean up. Landslide victory

Anonymous Rex Little February 18, 2013 4:35 PM  

Democrats like McRapey who have already fled their vibrant former neighborhoods for white strongholds

Do you know for a fact that he once lived in a "vibrant" neighborhood? Or is it possible he's always lived in a lily-white enclave?

Anonymous paradox February 18, 2013 4:42 PM  

Noah B. February 18, 2013 2:47 PM
Wait, there are places where they don't serve sweet tea?


Never traveled much to Yankeedom? I remember my first time, it was a Christian Tours trip. Our first stop was a hamburger restaurant in Pennsylvanian. Your regular beverage options were available, water, coffee, soft drinks, and tea.

I went through the line and asked for iced tea, the beverage attendant looked at me and then at a another coworker. The other coworker handed me a cup of hot tea with a single ice cube in it. The remainder of the trip, "iced tea" was rendered in the same fashion. No one had a clue what iced tea was.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 4:44 PM  

Indeed Rex ---- those who can see were often made to see by encoun tering realitiy, not just extreme intellect or reasoning.

The most uselessly PC, liberal idiots I know almost always come from white families in almost entirely white neighborhoods.

Anonymous James May February 18, 2013 5:11 PM  

Scalzi won't vote white: liberalism is a suicide cult of self-flagellation. Liberals feel whites have sinned, America has sinned, men have sinned. Liberals won't whip themselves like enlightened Shi'ites in Iran but they will nevertheless sabotage any successful social construct they can lay their hands on that predates the mid-'60s, when the world was a dark and naughty place. That's because liberals see success itself as exploitative, except in their private lives when it's just fine. Scalzi say ten Hail Marys and ten Our Fathers by talking about what jerks white men are on his bigoted, anti-bigotry panderblog and then collects on the other end from his herd of sheep who think whoopie cushion humor about shoving tech up your rear end and jokes about a very funny subject, meat, is the deep end of the pool.

Anonymous Godfrey February 18, 2013 5:25 PM  

@James May

Let us know if you go on tour. You are one funny man.

Anonymous dh February 18, 2013 5:26 PM  

I think the Eskimos are going to shock everyone and start kicking ass.

They certainly have fertility down. What exactly do you think is going on inside those ice huts?

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 5:34 PM  

You guys say we know we are in the south when we are drinking real Sweet Tea, I say its when people are in public without shoes. Tomato, tomatoe, potato, potatoe...lets call the whole thing off.

Anonymous Mystery Man February 18, 2013 5:42 PM  

You guys say we know we are in the south when we are drinking real Sweet Tea, I say its when people are in public without shoes. Tomato, tomatoe, potato, potatoe...lets call the whole thing off.

If you hear the word "Yankee" used as an insult, you are probably in the South.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 5:42 PM  

Kickass, have you ever been in the South? I've only seen barefeet people a handful of times in my life at like a public park running through the grass. And I've lived here for the better part of 33 years.
A handful of crazy trash people you saw on people of Walmart does not the South make.

Anonymous Pinakeli February 18, 2013 6:03 PM  

Mystery Man February 18, 2013 5:42 PM

If you hear the word "Yankee" used as an insult, you are probably in the South.


You say that like it's not!

Anonymous Pinakeli February 18, 2013 6:05 PM  

When I first moved down to Austin from DFW I was surprised that most places had Pepsi instead of Coke. What's wrong with this town?

And besides, have you noticed that the Pepsi logo and the Obama logo look so much alike?

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 6:07 PM  

Born in SC, lived in Tx for a spell, visited all over. This is all before the horrorshow that is pow.

Anonymous stg58/Animal Mother February 18, 2013 6:14 PM  

Southron DNA has a fifth amino acid beyond C, A, G and T. M. Northerners do not have this extra component.

Anonymous Noah B. February 18, 2013 6:23 PM  

@stg58

Interesting hypothesis. It would certainly explain this.

Careful mixing sulfur with strong oxidizers, folks.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 6:30 PM  

"If you hear the word "Yankee" used as an insult, you are probably in the South."

Hrmm... sadly this would make boston southern... we cant have that.

Anonymous allyn71 February 18, 2013 6:30 PM  

The GOP's looks at all this bassackwards. The failure of the GOP to accept the reality of identity politics and constantly nominate "Moderate" candidates in an attempt to beat the Democrat's via a strategy of accommodation is leading to a collapse of their historical base turnout.

In 2008 all minority groups showed increase in both real turnout and percentage of total turnout. This is contrasted with the decrease in both metrics for white voters with white males contributing 3X the decrease as females.

http://battlegroundwatch.com/2012/09/26/the-reality-of-2012-voter-turnout-the-white-voter/

In my cursory glance I was unable to find a similar statistical summary of the 2012 post-election results showing real numbers and % of total turnout by race/gender but I hypothesize that the trend continued via the observed lack of enthusiasm for a NE moderate-liberal who legalized the pre-cursor to Obamacare.

The GOP has a problem with motivating its base and is arguing over the results of who showed up instead of realizing who didn't. Instead of looking at why their base voters are not showing up they think the solution is to import a new constituency and hope to convert them over against their historical voting pattern. (All the while ignoring the fact that they can't win that constituency currently). This detachment from their base dooms them to irrelevancy.

Vox has already demonstrated this dynamic in his post on the Law of Large Numbers and the foolishness of the GOP's strategy of "The Great Mestizo Hope". It works in reverse also. If the GOP fulminated support of their white, male base and increased the numbers of those folks that showed up they would win easily.

This object denial of political reality by the GOP establishment will make them extinct like the Whigs within 3 presidential election cycles and lead to the rise of a White Nationalist party.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 6:31 PM  

"You guys say we know we are in the south when we are drinking real Sweet Tea, I say its when people are in public without shoes. Tomato, tomatoe, potato, potatoe...lets call the whole thing off."

See down here we have these things called beaches... and people actually get to walk on them and play in the sand there. Most folks don't where shoes on them.

I understand in your concrete infested shit holes you wouldn't relate

Anonymous DonReynolds February 18, 2013 7:17 PM  

"So, GOP, you better hurry up and put all those illegal aliens in Texas on the path to citizenship!"

No, GOP, you BETTER hurry up and put all those illegal aliens in Texas back across the Rio Grande with a short bus ride and a box lunch! THAT is what the LAW requires and anything less is TREASON to the American people.

The most recent amnesty was delivered by the GOP in the person of Ronald Reagan (1987). Did that create any gratitude for the Republican party by these new Hispanic voters? No, sir.

Blogger "1951" February 18, 2013 7:37 PM  

Pinakeli February 18, 2013 6:05 PM: When I first moved down to Austin from DFW I was surprised that most places had Pepsi instead of Coke. What's wrong with this town?

It's a hive of smirking hipsters, ardent communists, Godless academics, public-trough government employees, aggressive bums, rich homos, vibrant viva-la-raza types, and callow college kids. That's what's wrong with it.

Coke? That's what they drink in Atlanta. Pepsi is a commie cola. Texas is the Dr Pepper state.

Anonymous DonReynolds February 18, 2013 7:39 PM  

Nate..."Texas was fought for, freed, designed, and created... by angry drunk Tennesseans. how exactly is that not an old deep south state?????"

Nate is absolutely correct. Texas in its core is Tennesseans who went West. Anyone who has been to Texas today knows that. The Anglo population is from Tennessee. The opposing white population of Texas is the Germans, who made a separate peace with the damned Commanches in order to settle on Indian lands. Only a quarter of the Texas population is Hispanic, legal or otherwise. (Yes, the Germans refused to support the Confederacy. Those splendid Texas Confederate brigades were manned by Tennesseans.)

What Yankees call the Deep South are the heavily black states from Louisiana to South Carolina. They do not consider Tennessee to be the Deep South.....not that they get to decide. Shucks, they even think Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland were Confederate states.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 7:40 PM  

Werent on the beach bro, last time was a whole white family walking around like that at some chicken coops considered a flea market. I cant defend Jersey Shore and you cant defend Buckwild.
Second we retire we are down south, love me some sweet tea.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 7:44 PM  

BTW Nate, I see you got through to MM.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 7:51 PM  

Isn't Buckwild in West Virginia? That sure is a southern state. Southern enough to break away from Virginia in time to not fight for the confederacy. Nice try, but that was dumb.

Anonymous DonReynolds February 18, 2013 8:03 PM  

Mr. Nightstick..."I think Texas is where the ethnic cleansing will begin, if it does."

I gently disagree. Texans do not feel threatened by blacks or Hispanics. The ethnic cleansing will begin, for certain, in one of the Southern states, but not Texas or Louisiana. I expect it to be Alabama or Georgia or Tennessee. They have only recently been invaded. They may have to tolerate the native blacks, but the Mex have no right to remain. Easy come, easy go.

Anonymous Hoss February 18, 2013 8:10 PM  

Word is that Obama is going to ban sweet tea (ala Bloomberg-style) just to piss off the southerners. Take that whitey.

Anonymous castricv February 18, 2013 8:17 PM  

Hell, the darkies love the sugar drinks more than anyone. Might as well ban fried chicken.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 8:20 PM  

' The ethnic cleansing will begin, for certain, in one of the Southern states, but not Texas or Louisiana. I expect it to be Alabama or Georgia or Tennessee."


There is no southern state that mexicans have recently invaded. they've been here for decades already.

if the ethnic cleansing starts... it will start in some place like wisconsin... the birth place of eugenics.

Anonymous p-dawg (Texan) February 18, 2013 8:21 PM  

You should never ask a man if he's Texan. If he is, he'll tell you soon enough. If he's not, you don't want to make him feel bad.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 8:21 PM  

"Coke? That's what they drink in Atlanta. Pepsi is a commie cola. Texas is the Dr Pepper state."

You're all yankees. Southrons drink RC.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 8:22 PM  

" Shucks, they even think Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland were Confederate states."

Indeed they were.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 8:23 PM  

"BTW Nate, I see you got through to MM."

Rob and I talked. Its true. But actually I was willing to take them at their word and give it a try before I burned the place down.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 18, 2013 8:27 PM  

You do know that Ted Cruz was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, right?

Oh, I'm sure a suitable birth certificate can be rustled up if he wins.

Anonymous stg58/Animal Mother February 18, 2013 8:37 PM  

The M in DNA of the Southern Rebel of course is the "March to the sea".

Nate, others and I have referred to the March to the Sea as being burned into our souls. This is why.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 18, 2013 8:37 PM  

liberalism is a suicide cult of self-flagellation. Liberals feel whites have sinned, America has sinned, men have sinned.

Yeah, but most of them think they can do fake penance. Not many of them actually want to suffer or give up anything. Up till recently, the wealth of the country has meant they could support dumbass policies and still live a comfortable existence. Look at what is happening with the liberal vote - it's basically rich white people (who mostly lucked or swindled their way into money), feminists, and minorities. Middle Class white men and married women have utterly abandoned liberalism, because they can no longer afford it.


Blogger James Dixon February 18, 2013 8:53 PM  

> Nate is absolutely correct. Texas in its core is Tennesseans who went West.

To be fair, there were a few Virginians in there too.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 9:26 PM  

"To be fair, there were a few Virginians in there too."

There were lots of folks from lots of places. No doubt. Mostly however... they were tennesseans.

Its the old joke... what happens when mexico pisses off tennessee?

Texas.

Anonymous David of One February 18, 2013 9:31 PM  

A good quote from the Hawaiian libertarian ...

"We'll know our Disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." - William Casey, CIA Director 1981

http://hawaiianlibertarian.blogspot.com/

P.S. - From a historical viewpoint of my musings ... Mr. Casey was scheduled to testify regarding Iran Contra. Suddenly, before the hearing, the CIA Director was afflicted with an aggressive brain cancer and couldn't testify. This only caused me to wonder as it was either the first or second 'sudden incidence' of brain cancer involving a high ranking government official with whom questions or scrutiny was actively in progress. In both cases the individuals died before they could testify. The perplexing thing is I can't remember the who the other person was that had a similar cancer and situation within a short time frame ... late 1980's.

Anonymous David of One February 18, 2013 9:33 PM  

The P.S. is my words, not that of Hawaiian libertarian.

Anonymous David of One February 18, 2013 9:34 PM  

damn ... The P.S. are my words, not those of Hawaiian libertarian.

Anonymous Raggededge February 18, 2013 9:35 PM  

NateFebruary 18, 2013 8:23 PM
"BTW Nate, I see you got through to MM."

Rob and I talked. Its true. But actually I was willing to take them at their word and give it a try before I burned the place down.


Great way for MM to get a bunch of free advertising.

Anonymous Sam February 18, 2013 9:42 PM  

@DonReynolds
"Yes, the Germans refused to support the Confederacy. Those splendid Texas Confederate brigades were manned by Tennesseans."

As a Texas German, I beg to differ. There is a myth, started by a liberal newspaper columnist in the 1960s, that the Germans in Texas refused to support the Confederacy, but it is simply false. In fact, the Germans were, as a whole, ardent Confederates. A visitor to Waul's Texas Legion, my great-great-grandfather's outfit, was told he would need to speak German or Yiddish in order to converse with the rank and file. (It is true, however, that we Germans made a separate peace with the Comanche and they left us alone when raiding the "Englisch." We still snicker about that one.)
Here's a good summary of the true history of the Texas Germans versus the "Treu von der Union" myth.
http://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/2007/08/09/letter-from-texas-gott-mit-uns/

Anonymous cheddarman February 18, 2013 9:58 PM  

Too bad the South did not put Stonewall Jackson in command of the Army of Northern Virgina...he wanted to take the war to the North, and ruin their ability to wage war against the South. He was enough of a military genius to have pulled it off. Lucky for the Union, he caught a bullet in the battle of the Wilderness (if my memory serves me correctly)

Sincerely

Cheddarman

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 10:01 PM  

thanks Sam

that's awesome.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 10:03 PM  

'Too bad the South did not put Stonewall Jackson in command of the Army of Northern Virgina...he wanted to take the war to the North, and ruin their ability to wage war against the South."

easy big man. Lee and Stonewall were on the same page. Jeff Davis was the problem. Lee wanted to surround Washington and threaten to shell it if the north didn't surrender. He was near DC and no one was there to stop them.

Davis refused to allow him to do so.

Anonymous cherub's revenge February 18, 2013 10:03 PM  

Why do you get so worked up over these demographics when the economics clearly present a much more urgent problem.

Nate, weren't you working on a money supply accounting proof you were going to present to the forum? Or did you already do that and I missed it?

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 10:08 PM  

"Nate, weren't you working on a money supply accounting proof you were going to present to the forum? Or did you already do that and I missed it?"

havne't I presented that about 100 times?

VD and I have radically different oppinions about what is and is not in the money supply. I have offered to debate him on this... and he has theoretically accepted... but he keeps ducking me.

Anonymous Krul February 18, 2013 10:15 PM  

VD and I have radically different oppinions about what is and is not in the money supply. I have offered to debate him on this... and he has theoretically accepted... but he keeps ducking me.-Nate

You guys need to hurry up and have this debate.

At this rate, hyperinflation or deflation will have actually happened before you get around to arguing about it.

Anonymous Kickass February 18, 2013 10:41 PM  

I was just in WV and they told me they are southron and I am a dirty, no good yankee damm doodle NJ dandy. And that was a Pastors wife. Take it up with them Castriv.

Let the VD vs Nate debates begin.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 10:43 PM  

"At this rate, hyperinflation or deflation will have actually happened before you get around to arguing about it."

in our defense... the conservative advice one would give to prepare for either is basically the same.

Anonymous zen0 February 18, 2013 10:44 PM  

At this rate, hyperinflation or deflation will have actually happened before you get around to arguing about it.

It happens all the time, simultaneously. Some refer to it as Biflation. We need to know the parameters that will be discussed. For instance: Is it global, or limited to the US? Can it ever happen to a reserve currency?

And why does no one talk about Hyperdeflation? What's up with that?

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 10:48 PM  

Because deflation is to scary to face on its own. Have you ever heard of Mega Boogy man? No. Boogy Man is scary enough.

Anonymous 11B February 18, 2013 11:07 PM  

The GOP could easily appeal to more whites if they weren't fixated on three things, tax cuts, Israel and free trade.

Tax cuts don't help working class whites and reinforce the image that the party is only concerned with the rich.

An unhealthy fixation on Israel leads to an aggressive foreign policy which manifests itself in places like Iraq. Working class whites don't benefit from this.

Free trade decimates the blue collar jobs working class whites once depended upon. The free trade ideology also leads to the permissive attitude the GOP has towards importing cheap labor. Again working class whites are harmed and the GOP is seen as the party of the rich.

Anonymous zen0 February 18, 2013 11:07 PM  

Because deflation is to scary to face on its own. Have you ever heard of Mega Boogy man? No. Boogy Man is scary enough.

Very good. But who says the Boogey Man is scary? Statist Neo-Keynsian Fascist Liberal Bastards?

Maybe the Boogey Man is our friend.

Did you ever go down to the weird house on the block where everything was overgrown and it was dark but someone lived in it and they said she was a witch?

maybe she was just a widow cat lady who didn't go outside.

Anonymous zen0 February 18, 2013 11:18 PM  

To wit:


Deflation Spiral Boogey Man

Anonymous Tad February 18, 2013 11:22 PM  

@Vox Day

...the Everybody Else Party is going to abandon its feigned interest in equality as soon as the Latinos, Blacks, and Asians realize they have the numbers to quit playing poor helpless minority with the white left-liberals who previously dominated it.

This is a pitifully poor misreading of American political culture insofar as it is a pitifully poor misreading of Democratic platforms and politics of the past 65 years. It also indicates an unjustified cynicism on the part of rank and file Democrats. You've got to try to go deeper in these kinds of analyses of American politics. Otherwise, you just end up the way you end up so often when you make your political prognostications public: remarkably wrong.

Anonymous 11B February 18, 2013 11:34 PM  

This is a pitifully poor misreading of American political culture insofar as it is a pitifully poor misreading of Democratic platforms and politics of the past 65 years. It also indicates an unjustified cynicism on the part of rank and file Democrats.

So do you think a democrat party run by blacks, asians, and hispanics will end it support for race based outcomes and affirmative action?

Anonymous Shutup, Tad February 18, 2013 11:43 PM  

So do you think a democrat party run by blacks, asians, and hispanics will end it support for race based outcomes and affirmative action?

Don' you be a hatin' on Tad now, chile! He just be ahelpin' Mr. Vox get his shit right, bro! He even drop that sausage he be smokin' just to testify!

Give some up fo' that nigga, now!

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 11:47 PM  

Zen0
We all know deflation is the cure. Vox knows it. I know it. We also both know its inevitable.

We don't think deflation is a bad thing. We know it will be painful. But its necessary.
We only differ in that I think there is a massive wave of hyper inflation coming before the deflation happens.

Blogger Nate February 18, 2013 11:48 PM  

That is to say... I think Vox is an optimist... and is only looking at the bright side.

Anonymous zen0 February 19, 2013 12:06 AM  

That is to say... I think Vox is an optimist... and is only looking at the bright side.

I hear you Nate. I just think THEY might be more scared of the global hyperinflation than the deflation, and will nuke whatever to stop the hyperinflation, but sell the deflation scare to the peoples to justify their central banking strategies from which they benefit.

It doesn't matter if individual states like Zimbabwe or the Weimar Republic hyperinflate, because they are just one small part of the global system.

What they worry about now is currency war anarchy, where the mechanisms for international settlements break down.

Anonymous TangoMan February 19, 2013 12:22 AM  

Tad,

This is a pitifully poor misreading of American political culture insofar as it is a pitifully poor misreading of Democratic platforms and politics of the past 65 years.

Do you think that the Democrats of 1950 or 1960 would have introduced legislation premised on disparate impact legal precedent (assume that such a legal existing since the 1950s) such as this:

New mortgage rules issued last week by the administration will have the effect of forcing lenders to approve prime loans to borrowers who would normally only qualify for subprime loans carrying higher interest rates and fees to cover the added risk of default.

Banks are already under renewed pressure from federal prosecutors and regulators to make home loans to low-income borrowers with blemished credit as part of the administration's stepped-up enforcement of anti-redlining laws.


All you need do is chart liberal thinking on the "minority problem" over the years. The process started with liberals believing that a "hand-up" was all that was necessary. That didn't work. Then the thinking evolved to scouring society for any signs of overt discrimination and eradicating that discrimination. That still didn't bring about the desired results. Then there were efforts to curtail private decision making by prohibiting any significance being attached to race. That didn't work. We're now at the point where liberals are declaring that outcomes must be equal for minorities otherwise there is a presumption of discrimination in the process.

You know as well as everyone else that liberals will not accept unequal outcomes with respect to minority outcomes. It just won't happen. Equal opportunity and lack of discrimination cannot produce equal outcomes for in an environment of perfect competition there will always be winners and losers so perfect equality is a nonsensical concept. Secondly, racial diversity by its very nature is built on differences, so it's conceptually impossible to equate differences across race with uniformity across race.

When liberals set out to achieve an impossible goal they are destined to fail. This presents liberal with a quandary - admit failure or twist society to achieve success. Who believes that liberals are going to repudiate every damn thing that they believe in their hearts? This is how disparate impact theory gains traction and why it's being rolled out more and more frequently. Liberals now have a larger constituency which desires equal outcomes and is willing to throw other principles overboard in order to achieve those desired equal outcomes. Outright rigging of the game is fine so long as the scores come out equal.

It also indicates an unjustified cynicism on the part of rank and file Democrats.

Nah, it doesn't. It indicates that Democrats will do what it takes to achieve equal outcomes because their reason for getting out of bed in the morning is to stamp out the evil of diversity wherein the diversity is represented by unequal outcomes for minorities. They're on a damn mission from god, that is if the believed in god.

Normal people see Democrats as cynical because normal people don't share the delusions of Democrats and normal people see how Democrats are twisting the rules of the universe (creditworthiness measures risk of default and thus influences the interest rate of borrowers) in order to bring about their equal outcomes world.

Otherwise, you just end up the way you end up so often when you make your political prognostications public: remarkably wrong.

Actually, his prognostications are pretty good because they're built on fundamental principle which have been validated many times over. Working from first principles is a pretty good way to analyze the near and intermediate future.

Anonymous Jack Amok February 19, 2013 1:16 AM  

in our defense... the conservative advice one would give to prepare for either is basically the same.

Because neither hyperinflation nor deflation represent the collapse of the underlying economy, but rather both represent the collapse of the monetary system sitting on top of it. So, the preparation for either is to invest in productive capacity and get out of monetary instruments.

Oh, and to invest in precious metals (brass and lead) so that you are in a good position to win post-XXX-flation arguments, since those may not always be carried out with current notions of decorum and probity.

Anonymous scoobius dubious February 19, 2013 1:50 AM  

"Normal people see Democrats as cynical because normal people don't share the delusions of Democrats and normal people see how Democrats are twisting the rules of the universe (creditworthiness measures risk of default and thus influences the interest rate of borrowers) in order to bring about their equal outcomes world."

You're ignoring Occam's razor, the simplest explanation. You're also ignoring the facts.

The Democrat party is, for all practical effects and purposes, owned and operated by Jews -- lock, stock, and barrel. It is one of the numerous highly effective Jewish cat's-paws energetically at work in American politics. Its true purpose is to advance Jewish interests, and the prime directive of Jewish interest is, Get Whitey. Why do you think they put up with all these silly barking negroes and yapping Hispanics? They make useful allies since they share the same goal, and also good shock troops and good erosive material, they wear whitey down. The Asians and Muslims are a potential future threat, but once whitey is safely out of the way, they'll just deal with that problem down the road as it comes up. If you've successfully eradicated the founding stock of the most powerful nation in history, a bunch of Muslims and Chinese will seem like dessert.

Once you look coldly at the forces in play and ask yourself (cliche alert) cui bono?, it becomes clear that the Democrat party isn't in a delusional state at all. It is quite clear-eyed, and has a very well-planned goal, it just looks crazy to YOU. Maybe you've never read Hamlet or else you'd understand how fundamental the strategy is.

And now everyone will chatter about what a dreadful bigot or nutjob I am. To which I can only reply: Circumspice.


Anonymous kh123 February 19, 2013 1:59 AM  

Redlining to multi-culti liberals is what bourgeois interventionism was to the Bolsheviks - around every corner and always poised to strike at a moment's notice. An Entente 5th Column in every Caucasian home!

Anonymous James May February 19, 2013 2:07 AM  

I have a theory about John Scalzi that perhaps explains his support of ethnic groups against whites. At some point when he didn't live in his present all-white enclave, he was bullied, or even beaten and raped by blacks or Latinos.

A combination of Stockholm Syndrome and fear causes him to evacuate his intellectual bowels at the thought of these men coming at him again. Scalzi feels no place is safe and so, mentally scarred, he has taken up positions to ward off evil on his nicey-nice blog like a woman in an alley holds up a crucifix to a vampire.

I can think of no other reason why he paints white people with bizarre theories like white privilege which essentially means whites are never really right about anything compared to non-whites, even when they are. Scalzi has conspicuously marked his opponents territory for them by spreading their scent all over himself and hoping they'll smell him like the Alien did Sigourney Weaver and kill someone else.

It won't work Scalzi: hiding at SF cons and nerd cruises which are notoriously devoid of non-whites is no protection in the end. The people who read your ode to political correctness are probably about 99.999999% white so your message of surrender and submission is only being read by the very choir of fear of a black planet that feel exactly like you do.

I recommend bullet-proof windows on your house that can't be opened like they have in New Orleans as well as a bullet-proof car and maybe some broken glass set in cement on top of walls like the do throughout the law and order addicts otherwise known as the Third World. Bullet proof cars are the hottest seller in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

Like Orwell's Winston Smith, Scalzi is on the run. Success is failure and failure success. I can guess Scalzi's political position on anything from the Palestinian Arabs to Katrina without even reading his Minitrue Blog because he is the product of a liberal fear and stereotype factory where they all believe slavery is a state secret that must be blared weekly in the NYTimes.

Scalzi is an intrepid reporter in a Julia Roberts movie, fearlessly documenting the innate talents of people who had empires of millions pushed over by 2,000 or 10,000 clap-ridden Spaniards or Englishman too dumb to make it in Spain or England.

Scalzi's panty blog is essentially the equivalent of the guy who hands over the keys to his car to men hijacking his country because Scalzi is like a baseball umpire who calls balls and strikes according to the skin color and genitals of whoever is pitching. Straight white men always strike out in Scalzi's fart joke-laced world of high literature where he prays to Moloch daily that he'll write even one paragraph as witty as Jack Vance.

Anonymous Roundtine February 19, 2013 2:16 AM  

You're all yankees. Southrons drink RC.

Old school Yankees drink Moxie, a favorite of mine. I also drank RC, and they had bought out Moxie. The South Rises Again! But then they sold it: The Moxie brand was purchased in 1966 by the Monarch Beverage Company of Atlanta. In 2007 Monarch sold it to its current owner, Cornucopia Beverages Inc. of Bedford, New Hampshire, which is owned by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England, a subsidiary of the Kirin Brewery Company, based in Tokyo. Japan Rises Again!

paradox: No one had a clue what iced tea was. You should travel up north again. A lot has changed since the 1960s.

Northerners don't know what sweet tea is though. They think it is iced tea, the Nestea crap you buy at the market. And many restaurants serve unsweetened tea. They probably drink that in Austin.

I fondly remember the sweet tea made by the chef at my fraternity. If you let that sit out without stirring it, the sugar starts recrystallizing and dropping to the bottom.

Anonymous Snickers February 19, 2013 2:52 AM  

Northerners don't know what sweet tea is though. They think it is iced tea, the Nestea crap you buy at the market.

As a person who has lived in the PNW for my entire life, sweet tea is everywhere there is a McDonalds. By that metric we are all southreners.

I have had a few Viva la Raza friends and it is somewhat refreshing how much they don't give a sh!t about blacks or jews. You can get a rise with poop colored eyes and dirt skin comments but all in good fun.

Anonymous Roundtine February 19, 2013 3:20 AM  

Does McD's really have sweet tea? In the Northeast I've only seen that Nestea crap.

they don't give a sh!t about blacks or jews.

Anti-semitism is imported. The ADL has no real sway with immigrant groups or Hispanics. Culturally, Mel Gibson is on the rise.

Blogger Nate February 19, 2013 8:12 AM  

"I hear you Nate. I just think THEY might be more scared of the global hyperinflation than the deflation, and will nuke whatever to stop the hyperinflation, but sell the deflation scare to the peoples to justify their central banking strategies from which they benefit."

Mate... "they" are Keynesian. They don't believe inflation is a problem at all. After all... it works in the short term and in the long term we're all dead. For crying out loud "they" are the ones talking about minting a trillion dollar coin and depositing it in the treasury.

Blogger James Dixon February 19, 2013 8:36 AM  

> Lee and Stonewall were on the same page.

Yes. Lee considered Jackson his right hand wrt his forces.

> I was just in WV and they told me they are southron and I am a dirty, no good yankee damm doodle NJ dandy.

That depends heavily on exactly which section of WV you're in and who you talk to, Kickass. :) It's very much a divided state in that regard.

Anonymous The other skeptic February 19, 2013 9:19 AM  

The unaffordable care act looks set to fail completely this year.

A perfect storm: Unemployment high, payroll tax holiday elimination taking money out of people's pockets, and general economic malaise.

Anonymous Tad February 19, 2013 10:32 AM  

@Tangoman

You know as well as everyone else that liberals will not accept unequal outcomes with respect to minority outcomes

Despite the fact that they have and do??? It's not about outcome. It's about opportunity and roadblocks to equal opportunity.

Anonymous Alexander February 19, 2013 11:33 AM  

Attn: Tad

Saying something is a fact does not make it a fact.

Also, Tad - no doubt you saw the bill now coming from Washington (state) that included language requiring gun owners to accept police visits in the home in order to keep their guns. Even the liberals were facepalming when it came to light.

Please answer my questions, Tad. This game of threadhopping is very, very tiresome.

1. Do you concede that confiscation is a legitimate concern for gun owners.

2. Do you believe that confiscation, as is now being openly discussed in California and written into bills in Missouri and Washington is acceptable?

3. Regardless of whether or not it is acceptable to you, do you believe it is constitutional.

Answer the questions, Tad. Or, on the tiny chance that you have answered them buried in some distant thread, I would appreciate a link to it. Though I doubt it, so:

Tad, answer the questions.

I will not post any more links for you to peruse, as they are irrelevant to your opinions above and they did not result in you answering the questions. I want no further responses from you but three answers.

Anonymous Edjamacator February 19, 2013 12:36 PM  

Tad still hasn't answered those? Can his future posts be deleted until he does? This has been going on for what, a week or so now?

Anonymous Alexander February 19, 2013 1:14 PM  

Of course he hasn't. What's he going to do, admit that confiscation is not some mythical paranoia, now that it's actually being introduced to legislatures? Do contortions onto how even though he denied confiscation would ever come up, now that it has it's okay?

No, he hopes to make a trail through several threads over weeks and weeks so that it becomes impossible to track down him or his answer until actually going back through everything is more time and effort than it's worth.

Anonymous Anonymous February 19, 2013 2:21 PM  

I wish that you would articulate your theological views a bit more comprehensively. The tid bits that you reveal are certainly intriguing. The biblical passages that emphasize our responsibility to excercise free will in a manner pleasing to God, as opposed to those that emphasize the chosen character of, well, The Chosen, are so prevalent and apparently conflicting that I have just decided to throw my fate on the shed blood and trust. I've pretty much come to the conclusion that scripture is true, but that it is inadequate (as it is a part of our created reality) to fully explain God's reality. I would be interested in hearing your super intelligent thoughts on the subject of our comprehension of God's reality.

Blogger tz February 19, 2013 4:53 PM  

The problem with looking through the world through polarized glasses is that half of the things will be black, almost invisible and have no detail.

Polarized politics would be better if we could send those who wish to participate to either pole for the winter - and without fuel or such as to preserve the environment. Then use their frozen corpses as an abject lesson.

Anonymous TangoMan February 19, 2013 5:51 PM  

Tad,

TangoMan: You know as well as everyone else that liberals will not accept unequal outcomes with respect to minority outcomes.

Tad: Despite the fact that they have and do??? It's not about outcome. It's about opportunity and roadblocks to equal opportunity.

Have you no decency man? No one here wants to see you (intellectually) masturbating like you've done here. Sure, we all understand that repeating mindless mantras that contradict reality but affirm your wishful thinking can release an oxytocin rush and thus make you feel good, but you know what, the rest of us are left cold by having to watch you simply trotting out mindless slogans which are divorced from reality.

Did you really think that you making a statement which contradicts the evidence on the ground was going to be sufficient as a rebuttal? You simply make yourself look like a masturbatory nimrod.

Anonymous yukonyon February 20, 2013 10:54 AM  

The Californication of Colorado is in full swing:

http://politicaloutcast.com/2013/02/black-principal-promotes-tutoring-for-colored-only-students/

Blogger James Dixon February 20, 2013 12:12 PM  

> Despite the fact that they have and do??? It's not about outcome. It's about opportunity and roadblocks to equal opportunity.

Of course they have and do. They can't enforce equal outcomes yet, there's still too much opposition. It is in fact about outcome. And as soon as they can get away with enforcing such, they will do so.

Put simply, you're lying again. And since you insisted that I couldn't point out any time that you had, even though I had done so several times, I guess I'll be making a habit of noting this more frequently.

Blogger Galt-in-Da-Box February 22, 2013 4:58 PM  

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Blogger Galt-in-Da-Box February 22, 2013 5:06 PM  

Whatever...
Ohio ballot-box-stuffers notwithstanding, it's a pretty safe bet Comrade-0 got 100% of the dumb blond feminStaazi vote and nearly that much of the OMFR Jew vote - that last well before the election.
- or he never would have won!

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