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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

American Revolution II: Stay Home, Don't Vote!

Post removed for further investigation. I trust my blog companions and the Stay Home, Don't Vote campaign deserves more scrutiny on my behalf before I sponsor/champion the idea. Who knows...I may just be wrong about this thing.

27 comments:

Rob said...

I dis agree. We need to get out and vote. If we stay home, Obama will win again. We don't want him again.

I do agree a New American Revolution or Civil War is close at hand.

PioneerPreppy said...

I am with Rob. We need to vote if for no other reason to nudge the fall into a slightly less unfriendly pre game show if you get my meaning.

We maybe going down but I will be damned if I am going to take a chance of helping the current president win another term by not voting.

Zoltanne said...

What a pity that you will spoil your one chance, your vote, to pave-the-way for the Marxist to remain in power. Men have died so that you have the ability to vote.

Shame on you.

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

How'd that work out for you guys LAST election? Don't you see, the voting system is bogus now. Obama didn't win because he was voted into office by people casting ballots for him...he got into office by fraudulent votes racked up across the country by A.C.O.R.N. (and a minority of uninformed voters).

So, who are you going to vote for? Ron Paul is out. You gonna vote for Romney? Two-Headed One Party system fellas. JFK was killed because he tried to fight for the common man. Every since then, it's been unnecessary wars, lies & deceit from both sides. With the exception of Reagan, which I'll admit I haven't made up my mind about yet.

I'm not sure where Gerald Celente is going 100% with this new initiative but I have been a subscriber of his Trends Journal for two years now. This man has his finger on the pulse of this country. He predicted this recession and by following his advice (with a few others), I'm still thriving while families all around me are losing their jobs, their houses, and many losing their marriages.

Voting won't make a difference at this point. When you are voting for the "less of two evils" you are STILL VOTING FOR EVIL. But your skepticism is healthy. It shows you are still thinking for yourself. Keep up the good fight and I will do more research.

THERE HAS TO BE A SOLUTION.

Watermain said...

Staying home and not voting is the single stupidest idea I have ever heard of. If you are serious about it I will be done with your blog. How can you let others make your decision for you?

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

@Zolt I'm pretty sure soldiers have died so that we can be FREE. Free to do what we want. Not free to vote for a broken system. Research Celente, Joel Skousen, Max Keiser, Bildeberg, Trilateral Commission, Committee on Foreign Relations.

Am I the only one here that distrusts our ELECTRONIC voting system? Actually, I distrust the SYSTEM as a whole. Democrats/Republicans...they're all show on camera and having dinner/playing golf off camera. It's like watching the fake wrestling (WWE?) and believing it's real.

You guys will see. The blogosohere will still be here after the election. It doesnt matter if you vote Obama or Romney. We're in deep trouble.

Watermain said...

And by others I meant left wing liberal pukes who don't have a clue what America really is.

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

@watermain. Show me a BETTER option. Explain to me bow voting for Romney or Obama is going to help our County. And we ALL follow somebody. Unless your the General...you're a soldier. Unless you own the corporation, you're an employee. Are you on an island all by yourself?

I can't get my phone to jump back to the misspelled words and I'm not rewriting this whole thing so my apologies for bow instead of how, your instead of you're.

Watermain said...

If I have to explain it to you then it's too late. I didn't like the war in VN, but when I got drafted, I volunteered to go there because my country asked me to. I make my own decisions. If you want Bill Maher and the other shitheads like him to run things then just stay home and watch us go down the toilet on election night. Think man.

Anonymous said...

You are clearly frustrated, like many of us are and searching for a solution. I'm not sure a no vote is the best option. I won't stop following your blog over this, I wanna see where you take this idea.

Jamie

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

@Water Of course I don't want Maher to have any control. But how is voting for Romney going to stop Bill Maher?

So I guess what I'm hearing is, if I don't vote for a Republican (which I've always done and am registered Rep), then the country will speed faster down the drain than if I just give in and vote for Romney because he'll take us on a slower boat to hell?

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

If 40% or less of the voting population turns out for the vote, this election can be determined to be an "illegitimate election".

Take the time and watch this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK1EhI1dYuY

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

For those of you who have followed my blog, you know I don't take this stuff lightly. I'm looking for a solution and this video pretty much sums up where we've been and where we're headed.

Watch the video and then tell me what you think of this No Vote idea.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK1EhI1dYuY

Watermain said...

You keep mentioning that a vote for Romney is wasted...if nothing else it cancels a dead person's, illegal alien or felon's vote on the demo"cratic" side. Get real. Vote and make it count, not like the Ron Paul folks who are will to flush their votes down the crapper.

Anonymous said...

If you don't want to vote Republican, vote Libertarian.

PioneerPreppy said...

Dude I will not bash Celente but I can remember a long rant of his about needing a safe holding for currency back in 09 where he pontificated about how he had safe money in gold and the EURO. Within a few months he stopped mentioning the Euro.

Not voting at this point is the same as voting for Obama or at least saying you are fine with how things are going. Encouraging a massive not voting campaign is as bad as openly supporting Obama.

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

Okay gang, Obviously I need to research this more before I champion it. I follow YOUR blogs because we share common beliefs, goals, and ideologies. If you guys think this is so far off base, it deserves more research on my behalf.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me.

Rob said...

OJD I firmly believe that a New Revaluation / Civil War is underway. I think this gentleman and Mr Jones are only in it for the money. Could be Liberals in Conservatives clothing. Research is always good.

Zoltanne said...

OJD, please remember how many decades it has taken the far-left to hijack the Dem Party. Their tactics and their strategy can be studied by reading Cloward and Piven, Alinsky, Strong, Holdren, etc. They did not make enormous achievements overnight.

American Patriotism and Conservatism will not be renewed in mere days. All solid strategies take time, energy, and wisdom. To waste those resources, you are giving them to 'the enemy'. Among those resources is your vote.

How many people in the world would have offered precious gifts to have the vote you say you will waste? You're smarter than that.

"One man, one vote"

dennis said...

A vote for the lessor of two evils is still a vote for evil.

Anonymous said...

I'm with Orange Jeep Dad. The outcome of all presidential elections are decided beforehand by the Rockefellers, CFR, Tri-lats and Bilderbergers. Anyone not in favor with these groups is eventually bullied or even threatened into withdrawing and they are also marginalized as being "extremists". The "centrists" (so-called 'good guys') are the people backed and approved by the above "elites". These elites will not abide anyone they don't approve of to win an election.
So if the outcome of this next election is already decided, why bother to vote? Perhaps if we boycotted the election these "elites" will be exposed as the usurpers they are.
This quote from Gerald Celente really hit home with me: "What self-respecting person would cast a vote for a lesser of two evils?" asks Celente. "Not only is it immoral and undignified, it’s destructive. Lesser or greater, evil is evil. By supporting one evil or the other, the voter becomes an accessory to the crime."
Some may wonder about write in votes. Again if the ballots are computer counted and the outcome decided ahead of time, what's the point?

Anonymous said...

The problem I see is that a vote for Romney ultiamately WON'T be any different than a vote for Obama. One need look no further than Massachusetts to see that. And I find it hard to say that a slow boat to hell is better than a fast one when you are talking about heading toward a brick wall at 95 miles per hour vs 100 miles per hour. Remember, too, that it was a Republican who led us along the totalitarian path after 9-11 and who gave us Chief Justice Roberts--who was the deciding factor in approving Obamacare. It's kind of like the Tour de France where some riders are faster in the mountains and others in the flats or springs. Democrats are worse for the country in many ways and Republicans in others.

WAY more than 40% of this country is blind enough to believe that either the Dem or the Rep is the "right" candidate and will vote, so there is no chance of an invalidated election.

Me? I'm voting for Ron Paul as a write-in. If enough of us did that, then that is a much clearer way of saying "none of the above" than anything else I can think of.

Beth of Red Barn Farm said...

I voted last election. Night of the results was like being at a funeral in this house. A funeral for our country.

I have already said that this election will be won by Obama again. Voter fraud won't be investigated by the Justice Dept.

However, I will go vote again even though I will have to walk 2 miles to the polling place. Maybe I will just write in Orange Jeep Dad for president!

The Orange Jeep Dad said...

@Beth Thanks for the laugh!

CrankyPuppy said...

Unfortunately, we are once again facing a vote for the "lesser of two evils". I will vote for Romney only because I do think he is the lesser and will at least possibly be a lurch back toward something more conservative. Another Obama term scares the h*ll out of me, because I firmly believe he will see it as a license to do whatever he wants. He's already shown a completely disdain for the country's values, Constitution, and law. We don't need a dictator, so please vote!

Michael Ellicott said...

I was planning on writing in for Ron Paul, too until I read that not all states allow it and that Ron Paul has to register to be a write in and he wont. I agree with orange Jeep dad, my next thought was what if everyone refuses to vote. Obama and romney are the same team. We are like the pawns being told that we somehow have say in who our kings are, when we dont. It is all a game, so show them we know this and refuse to play.

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