The Case For Ordered Liberty Is Staring Right At You

Without getting super-esoteric and all…….

One of the most basic tenets of the American experience is the rule of law. The contract of civilization, if you will. The right of people to go about their lives with the assurance of basic safety to walk around and live our lives in peace.

To get right to the chase, it has become clear that the Democrat-media coalition have egged on street violence and celebrated as it has moved past the ghettos into suburbia. Republican efforts to bring about basic order have been hampered in crazy-eyes leftist bastions like Portland, Seattle, Chicago and Washington DC.

I submit to you that while Americans have great latitude in allowing unhappy people to express their grievances, nearly all people want their basic safety reasonably assured. People are not as stupid as one might think (although they keep voting for Democrats, so it makes you wonder a bit LOL).

I think the Democrat establishment has let these dogs loose, for the perceived benefits they thought might come their way — white guilt, stoking black resentment and thereby keeping them on the Democrat plantation, and the threat to suburban America that if you don’t see things our way we will bring this unrest to your doorstep. I also believe that they grievously (that is spelled correctly and GFY any of you who are not literate enough to use it that way instead of the Phillistine barely-literate bastardization “grieviously”) miscalulated the timbre (oh I am so PWNing the dictionary here) of the spirit if middle America.

Polls are showing that the law-and-order message of conservatism is resonating in Black America too. If you think that “defund the police” is a bigger winner in America than “holy cow, please more police, get these drug-dealing gangs out of our communities”, then I suggest you sit there in your smugness and wait to get your ass totally kicked on November 4, with Trump’s support among blacks not at 8% but at 20%.

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