Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Trump Proved I've Been Right All Along

The late Andrew Breitbart inspired this writer to work up a strategy for how the Republican party could win again after McCain lost in 2008. That heartbreaking loss caused this blogger to dig deep into his knowledge of political theory and to heavily research not only the cause of the loss, but what the cure could be. I developed an intense love and interest in political science while in college during the Reagan years and ended up getting a B.A. in it. But the real learning came in the last 8 years of misery endured under a feckless Obama administration while researching and writing about the strategy necessary to take our country back. The theory that came out of that was basically to beat them at their own game. Donald Trump ultimately proved this theory right.

When Sarah Palin hit the scene, she opened the door into the modern Republican party for the conservative, Reagan wing of the party that had been slowly shut out since the nineties by the party establishment. She articulated the true philosophy that going along to get along does not work. Andrew Breitbart, once a liberal insider knew why and how the Democrats kept winning despite the fact that we are a center right county. He opened my eyes to their strategy of brainwashing and personal destruction.

Republicans for years had been playing by an old stale playbook. The strategy of moving to the center and campaigning with civil discourse underpinned by a mistaken assumption that all political players on both sides in the game were driven by good intentions wasn't working. The left was using Saul Alinsky tactics and infiltrating the most powerful institutions in our country to obtain and maintain control while Republicans went home after every election only to come back for the next one to once again scratch their heads wondering why they lost again.

Meanwhile, the media was controlling the thought processes of millions of Americans, and the Republican establishment and their strategists just kept on insisting that we need to moderate in order to win. In other words, give in and become more liberal. That was the wrong answer. The best strategy was right in front of the Republican's eyes. It was already invented... by Democrats.

The first football team to use the forward pass could only keep winning until their opponents realized that they, too, would have to use the forward pass.

Republican strategists have cost us countless elections because they didn't know what they were doing. They thought we had pneumonia, and were treating it with anti-biotics when in fact we had cancer and needed chemotherapy.

The left was winning because they were infiltrating and controlling the media, the pop culture and the academia. The only way to stop them was to beat them at their own game. People might say you can't wrestle with a pig because you both come out dirty. What if the pig has already dragged you into the mud?! They have such a good play book, why waste it by letting them use it against us while we run Steve Schmidt style presidential campaigns? Donald Trump proved me right. It's the strategy, stupid.

The Breitbart website and to some extent Fox News proved that we on the right can also use the media to get our thoughts into the minds of Americans. The only difference between us using the strategy and them using the strategy is we have truth on our side. So why not use it?

By educating the people about how corrupt and biased the media is, our movement did so much to take back our country. We still need to do more work in academia. We are producing more brain dead millennials who come out of institutions of higher indoctrination than ever before. But we'll eventually find a way to get more conservative theory taught in colleges. We are, however, making slow gains in the pop culture. We have Tim Tebow. We have Tom Brady, Chuck Norris and Clint Eastwood. We also have used memes and videos on You Tube and social media to to get our points across while effectively trashing people like Madonna, Beyonce and Jay Z,

But the real killer is that we just elected a pop culture icon as president. Bam. Mic drop!

While some in our own party resisted, we true patriots managed to pull it together and keep it together in amazing fashion. The Israelites had Moses while they wandered the desert shut out of their shining city of Jerusalem until they finally got back it. We didn't have a Moses while we wandered our desert. We had some loud mouthed billionaire that some people thought was a monster. But when the time came to take a battering ram and bust down the door to the shining city on a hill, we needed a monster.

Trump has smashed that door down and now we are all pouring back into the shining city on a hill. We have our country back. Tears of great joy should be shed at this massive accomplishment. I told the never Trumpers just let him do it and everyone would be okay.

Republicans could never win unless we first took the party back. Take the party back then take the country back. What did Trump do? He took the party back for us first and finished the job by taking the country back for us. Strategy well executed.

We who embraced Sarah Palin, the Tea Party and the anti-establishment movement can pat ourselves on the back because we knew that regardless of what people would think of our leader, this was our only way back in. Ultimately, Donald Trump took on the media for us. Like Mike Pence said, sometimes it felt like the contest was two on one. Trump also took on the establishment of both parties for us, and he proved you didn't need instruments or entertainers to pack large venues. Isn't this what we have been trying to do all along for the last eight years?

So the theory worked. We beat the media. Despite their unwillingness to cover Wikileaks, the Clinton sex scandals, the emails, the Clinton foundation and Benghazi, Trump broke through that wall like the kool aid guy and everyone knew about all of that despite the mass media's attempts to tell us there's nothing to see there. Step one to taking back the city, get people to know the media lies.

We beat the pop culture. Jay Z, Beyonce, Bruce and Miley couldn't put it back together again.

We beat the go along to get along concept. While the Republican establishment was wetting themselves over Trump's straight forward style that they thought would turn off moderates and minorities, regular folks weren't looking at what ideology or color they were. They were looking at making sure our country didn't go down the tubes. And boy, were we close to losing this great Republic. I mean, we were really really close.

The Reagan theory of no pale pastels was also proven right once again. Articulate the philosophy proudly. Conservatism is and will always be the best political philosophy to follow while running our nation. We are not racists or bigots. We are Americans.

Conservative ideas won. Immigration, tax reform, the second amendment, the protection of the unborn and repealing Obamacare were the staple of Trump's message. We retained both houses of Congress and will be able to appoint good justices to the Supreme Court. Mealy mouthed moderates who were saying Trump couldn't beat her but Romney could can sit down now. We can be thankful that our message and our beliefs based in the God given natural laws of truth will ultimately win out.

We beat the go along to get alongs. Yeah, Trump was sometimes brash and harsher than many would have liked him to be. But for decades liberal surrogates have been worse. We used the same strategy, only it made people nervous because our front man was using it. Even liberals never had their front man do the dirty work. So, for those Republicans who think we need to be more moderate or change our beliefs so we can tell people what the establishment thinks they want to hear, take this election as proof positive that way doesn't work. It didn't when Reagan won, and it didn't when Trump won.

There was no other way to do this.

Read more:

Taking Back the Shining City
Some Conservatives will Get Over it About Trump

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Do Not Vote Until You Watch This!

I was going to write a lengthy post to explain why Trump should be president, but this says it all.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Taking Back the Shining City

We're on Our Way

After the 2008 election, we watched Sarah Palin shed a tear as John McCain gave his concession speech. What went wrong? Relying on old school strategy, public funds and a traditional establishment strategy, the Republican party got its ass kicked. A change in strategy was necessary. As a movement, those who wanted it that badly have found its voice and battering ram.

When Dr. Ben Carson speaks and writes, you will understand. When you read what the late great Andrew Breitbart wrote and said, you will understand. When you listen to what Governor Sarah Palin has said, you will understand. Allow me to twist James Carville's words: it's the strategy, stupid.

We've reverse Alinsky-ized them. Ridicule Black Lives matter. Ridicule an email deleting political hack. Ridicule the GOP establishment. Take to social media to post blazing poignant memes portraying Obama as a terrorist sympathizer and Hillary Clinton wearing prison clothes. Brilliant!

That's how you take it back!

The Republican party has never, until now, recognized the reason why they lose all the time. Yes, we know entrenched establishment politics and the go along to get along strategy was their greatest weakness. But, the real reason they lost so much is they never (until now) recognized that the Democrats were using a different playbook. Their plays worked.

The Democrats used Saul Alinsky's "Rules For Radicals" the way football coaches used their playbooks. They control the media, the pop culture and academia. They eliminate God from the discussion for the sole purpose of removing truth from the equation. Insert God and the truth, use their playbook and we win.

We get that now, finally.

The Palin movement melded into the Tea Party movement. The Tea Party movement melded into the pro-Constitution "We the People movement" which spun off our most cynical members. They went with Ted Cruz, who bet his personal political ambitions on the loss of his party's best chance of winning the presidency. But the bulk of us are still here to finish this thing off.

The victory we await requires strong hearts and strong stomachs. We have wanted this for 8 years. Now we stand outside the city, armed to the teeth with an anti-media pop culture icon candidate with conservative kids who have been through the halls of academia.

How are we doing so far?

If you want a field general to take back the Shining City on a Hill, you need a guy who can kick the crap out of the media, lead pop culture and show America how academia won't destroy the minds of children that are brought up with the right upbringing.

I would hope that Andrew Breitbart is smiling down from heaven seeing how far we've come. If you're going to take back America, first you have to take back the Republican party. We've done that.

Now, the business at hand is to rhetorically blundgeon Hillary Clinton so bad that she lays on the metaphorical pavement with the political blood coming out of her party's head.

There will be no shutting down Palin from using the words "palling around with terrorists." Steve Schmidt is gone. There will be no Romney wussying out on Benghazi. He's a washed up has been that was never there. There will be fire and brimstone against the media and against Hillary. We finally have someone that can do this.

The movement is the American people. They chose one of their own, a private citizen, over 17 talented politicians because they know that politicians are all talk and no action.
Perfect or not, Donald Trump is the battering ram that we know can not only bust through the door of a city on a hill that has lost his shine. He will allow us to restore its luster.

We didn't need the most polished, perfect guy in the world. We needed a winner. We have one now.

Because he is beating them at their own game, we will win. We've waited long enough. The time has come. Let the naysayers jump off the bandwagon when we're this close. We can win win without them. The rest of us are going in and we're taking back the city and we're going to make it shine on that hill again!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Why I'm Voting For Trump

I will be voting for Trump because I believe he believes in conservative solutions. Some may say he's not a true conservative, but an intelligent businessman knows to deal in reality when solving real problems. As such, Trump will do the conservative things not because he's an ideologue but because he is smart enough to know that true solutions work.

When establishment Republicans continue to attack Trump for telling it like it is, it tells me they don't know how to win. The GOP has been loosing because it keeps pushing milquetoast candidates like Mitt Romney. Conservatives sucked it up and voted for him.

We have a winner in Trump. He'll run it like a business and take no guff from our adversaries. He will repeal and replace Obamacare. He will kick the hell out of ISIS. He'll be strong on immigration. He's pro-life and pro second amendment. He's our only shot at getting conservative Supreme Court justices.

What else does the GOP want in their candidate, and why are even some conservatives carping? Backing Trump means we take it back. What's the worst thing that can happen? We take it back and figure it out later.

For the naysayers and worrywarts, while I believe Trump can do it, if he can't we will still be heading in a better direction than under Hillary.

Vote wisely.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

The Case for Donald Trump

As a conservative Republican, this writer has suffered through primary after primary where the Establishment candidate always won only to be destroyed by Democrats in the general election. Since 1996, the GOP has continuously nominated milquetoast candidates. Only George W. Bush has won, and it was in overtime. 

Whether you like Donald Trump or not, we all disagree with the liberal philosophy of those who run on the Democrat side. Government can't do it all and it spends like a drunken sailor. Say what you say about Donald Trump, but he is not a liberal. Is he the perfect conservative? No. But he is not Hillary Clinton.

Government can keep us safe from outside aggressors, mediate disputes among the states and promote the general welfare by using what is supposed to be constitutional limited power (which today it's not) to make sure the lights stay on, the roads are good and that people can conduct business freely, legally and without the burdens of regulation and social engineering. The last time I checked the Constitution, I didn't see any power enumerated to the Federal Government that allowed it to regulate or micro-manage the people into conforming with deluded Utopian views.

The Federal Government was designed by our founders to be the referee for the states and individuals, as well as the protector of the rights granted in the Bill of Rights. It was not designed to pick winners or losers or favor one group or special interest over another. Under the rule of establishment leaders from both parties, this whole idea has been dying a death by a thousand cuts.

The reason why the GOP establishment can't beat the Democrats or achieve their legislative goals when they control Congress is because they are outdated in their style, approach and strategy. They remain beholden to special interests and are locked into an old power structure which allows them to govern outside the will of the people. They become out of touch with the people as they become entrenched within a system where the highest motivation is to protect their own power and positions, even if doing so is at the expense of the will of the people.

In the past, the electorate became cynical and began to accept this setup. However, as the country fell deeper and deeper into debt and the internet helped people learn more about the inner workings of government, more ideas flourished and the people became more empowered to have more of a say in their government. They were no longer insulated from the truth by the mainstream media. They could now take to the internet and social media to not only learn why things were getting so bad, but to also develop a stronger belief that they could actually fix it knowing that there really are millions of other similar voices out there that want it fixed as well.

With the rise of Andrew Breitbart and the Tea Party movement after the election of 2008, the notion that you can't beat city hall died as dozens of establishment republicans were sent packing after losing primaries to those candidates who more effectively represented the true will of the people, not the media version. The people could now connect online and learn new tactics and strategies. 

The first step was to examine why liberals were always winning even though their ideas are severely flawed. Once we figured that part out, we could now take this knowledge and use it to our advantage. The Tea Party embarked on a strategy of defeating establishment candidates through primaries. The new media grew and the proliferation of talk radio and conservative websites is now underway. Why not take back the pop culture with a candidate like Trump?

The problem with establishment Republicans is not so much that they are entrenched in the outdated good ole boy way of doing politics, but rather their unwillingness to accept change. Instead of embracing the will of the people and running campaigns toward that direction, they chastised the people by rejecting the Tea Party and cowering to political correctness out of fear that challenging radical Islam or standing up for traditional values would cause them to be branded as Islamaphobes or homophobes. Yet at the same time, liberals were out there mouthing off about every crazy cause from environmentalism to gay marriage knowing that there were Republicans who actually believed they would lose votes by opposing them.

The progressive movement has been playing a rough and effective game. They apply Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals knowing full well that voters don't vote for what's true, but what they perceive to be true. They mastered the techniques of marginalization, media control, the influence of pop culture and using academia to teach leftist ideology to everyone from kindergarten through college. 

Republicans need to stop whining and complaining about this. Instead, they must recognize that the Democrats strategy works. Liberalism as a governing philosophy doesn't work, but Democratic techniques for obtaining power do work. Conservatism as a governing philosophy does work, but Republican techniques for obtaining power don't work.

Democrats have everything they need to win. They have the mainstream media, the pop culture and academia. 
The only thing they don't have going for them is the truth. Use their strategy against them or play from a new playbook like Donald Trump has been doing, and conservatives can win. Conservatives have natural law and the truth on their side. It's the one commodity that liberals can never add to their strategy. 

Liberalism is based on an idealistic view that imperfect humans can control other imperfect humans to create an unobtainable Utopia where everyone is taken care of from cradle to grave. It's a ponzi scheme. Once no one has to work (produce), you eventually run out of other people's money and the Utopia collapses.

Allowing society to evolve in a productive way means people have to be free to succeed and fail. Failure and poverty will always exist collectively, but are not permanent states of existence individually. A free and mobile society doesn't imprison people in generational poverty created by a welfare state. Instead, a rising tide will lift all boats. People will navigate the rough waters in their lives, but a free environment will also allow them to reach the calm waters as well.

Beating the establishment and the left requires beating them at their own game and with their own tactics. Romney's performance in the 2012 election is a prime example of why the old textbook doesn't work. Trump's re-writing the playbook. By branding his opponents with nicknames and using his pop culture persona, Trump is getting the attention he needs to win. Barack Obama did it with his rallies, too. Although the styles are different, the desired outcome is the same. If someone is perceived as a winner (whether he is or not), the people will come.

Whether you like it or not, we are an American Idol, Apprentice, reality show society. Candidates like Barack Obama won because they put on the best circus, not because they are good at policy. It's the strategy, stupid. Donald Trump used the strategy and defeated 16 of the best presidential candidates in the GOP primary. 

Donald Trump is not the conservative many want him to be. But, conservatives must see this as an opportunity to beat the Democrats. If Trump can lead us to the promised land, conservatives will have much better seats in the shining city than they do now. Trump is not the perfect conservative, but this writer is with him because I love the fact that someone has finally decided to throw out the old stale GOP playback and employ a strategy that gives us a much greater chance of winning. Some may want the old playbook, but it's not going to happen. We need to win! Trump's hitting hard and he's crushing his opponents the same way Democrats have done to us. 

If the strategy is the first reason to like Trump, then the second reason to like him is because the government needs to be run like a business. We the people are the investors. We are not government's servants. Trump has the business experience needed to make sure our tax dollars are not spent into the bureaucratic black hole.

Here's more from my blog: https://patricksworldusa.blogspot.com/2016/01/some-conservatives-will-get-over-it.html?

Monday, February 29, 2016

Megyn Kelly Joins the Media Mind Control Team

Just go back to the 2008 election and you will see how the media manipulated the propaganda to turn Obama into a god and Sarah Palin into a pariah. It's an all too familiar strategy devised by the liberal media to use the shiny object of deceit and innuendo to distract viewers from the facts and push their agenda over the will of the people. Now Megyn Kelly and Fox News are using that strategy in a feeble and obvious attempt to defame, yes libel and slander Donald Trump.

Regardless of what you think about Donald Trump, if you're not alarmed by this, than you need to go read some Kafka and Orwell. If they can do it to Trump, they can do it to your candidate too when and should they become a threat to their agenda. The likes of Megyn Kelly and some of the brass at Fox News, all of MSNBC and most of CNN think they're smarter than you and they will plant whatever morsels of doubt in your head piece by piece and day by day until you succumb mentally or you're just too busy to research every claim.

The way the media employs mind control is they try to implant doubts in the voters minds. The more issues and innuendos they bring up, the more they create false smoke hoping that people will say where there's smoke there's fire. Just like they did to Palin, it's all false narratives that they run up the flagpole. Do it over and over and over, rinse and try another hit angle until they wear you down. It's a much more devious employment of the tactic that gave us the old political joke "when did you stop beating your wife?"

Folks, the media doesn't want you to vote for Trump because he supported Democrats, once said he was pro choice or had business bankruptcies. They ran out of facts after that. But even so, those facts which were explained effectively by the candidate, are not why they don't want you to vote for Trump.

The reason why they don't want you to vote for Trump is because he's the guy who's going to walk into "The Temples of Syrinx" and flip the tables on the establishment and the smug elites in the media and both major political parties. Up until now, everyone has accepted divvying up with the boys as acceptable. With Palin 2008 and what she did prior in Alaska, Americans got their first example of how the cronyism and inside game is no longer acceptable. The public was turning until the media put in the stymie.

Now that the media is running out of facts, we're seeing pundits and media outlets basically using their own excrement, throwing it at the wall and hoping it sticks. It's the day before Super Tuesday and they are crapping their drawers.

The funniest one was when they totally guessed at what was never seen and claimed Trump's tax returns would show he was involved with the mafia. They dragged out Mitt Romney of all losers to try to destroy Trump. He's the same guy who folded like a lawn chair in the third debate against Obama in 2012. Armed with facts about Benghazi, the wimp never said a word. Now he's ready to take the poop out of the media and establishment's diaper and throw it at Trump.

After what the media did to McCain and Palin in 2008, conservatives ought to be ashamed of themselves if they believe an Axelrodian style campaign to discredit Trump.

If you honestly don't like Trump, then don't vote for him. But don't take Megyn Kelly into the voting booth and ask her for her opinion because she's only going to lie to you.

I'm a free thinker, and I'm a free presser. I may not totally buy into Trump's argument about changing the libel laws, but if we don't stop falling for the media's chicanery, I can easily warm up to where he's coming from.

You may think you're John Galt. But you can easily be Sarah Palin, a woman almost completely destroyed by the same media tactics now being used against Trump. The media lies. Recognize that whether you like Trump or not.

Donald Trump has way more money than Palin did. He has come to finish off the work she started. He may be a monster to some, but he's our monster. Let's let the movement vote and decide whether or not he should be our nominee. Please don't leave that decision up to the media.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Some Conservatives Will Get Over it About Trump

Trump is succeeding because of his strategy. Some ideological conservatives are missing the point. It's about winning, not purism. You want your purism? Take the country back first, and understand why we lost it in the first place.

The media killed us in 2008. Trump is beating the media (that's why Palin jumped on board). The pop culture beat us in 2008, Trump and a lot of supporters are from the pop culture.

The GOP Establishment wouldn't get on board with Kemp or Palin. They let Quayle get Palinized (an advisor handed him index card spelling potato with an e and no one fought back from our side). Now the Establishment smells their demise because Trump is so strong, and they may be jumping on (after bashing him like they did Reagan in 1980) like they did in 1984 when they realized that Reagan was their meal ticket.

They forgot that when nominating Dole, McCain and Romney that the grass roots of the party was more Quayle, Kemp and Palin (and don't forget Steve Forbes either). 

Trump is not Ronald Reagan because there will never be another Reagan, but Trump has tapped into the same coalition of voters. Lesson to the GOP Establishment, listen to the voters. Give us what we want, not what you want. Political parties exist to win elections, not to force the party's elites' wants down our throats.

God bless Andrew Breitbart and rest his soul. He told us to read Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals and to learn and understand their tactics if we want to understand why we lost and Obama won. He encouraged us to use their tactics against them. What happenned next was the million plus turnout for the Tea Party protest in DC.

Some may not think Trump is ideologically pure. But he is the battering ram we need to take back the Shining City on a Hill. And he knows how to run things, unlike the Democrats and congressional Repulicans. When Trump wins and makes America great again, conservatives that don't like him will get over it. They will find the political landscape friendlier than it ever was for our ideas.

With a defeated media and a Democrat party in disarray, Rich Lowry and his friends will realize that the only thing left for us to take over once we complete our takeover of the pop culture is to take over the academia. That's where his folks over at National Review can get back to the Bill Buckley school of educating America on conservatism. They will come around and realize their hit on Trump was poorly done.

I'm a conservative. I'm voting for Trump. I know our movement will only grow stronger once we've broken free from the shackels of political correctness and the media's ability to tell us to sit down and shut up.

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