Where do we go from here?

The results of the recent California aren’t totally disappointing.  Quite the contrary.  Republicans actually stand a chance to take and hold some important ground come November.  Or, better said, retake ground we lost generations ago.  About time, too, I say.

Of course that will require that GOP candidates get out there and fight the Donks on ground of our choosing, not theirs; beating them about the head and shoulders (and knees and gonads) with hot facts and contentious language and giving no quarter any more than we can expect to receive.  That is, NONE.  That means mastering the art of, in Scott Adam’s words, the linguistic kill shot while reframing their arguments against them.  That means fighting as if our lives depended on it, because they do.

With the election of Trump we have been given a brief reprieve from being frog marched down the road to Zimbabwe, Venezuela and North Korea.  We take it back now or lose it forever.  The Progressives have been taken aback, to use nautical language, have lost steerage way and are in irons.  For the moment they are helpless.  Now is the time to sink them, and the wicked Socialist project with them.  It is time for aimed, coordinated, sustained, pitiless broadsides aimed principally at their weakest points.  And they have a lot of weaknesses. Trump has found them, exposed them, called them out and given us and our candidates a model of how their destruction can be achieved.  Victory and nothing less, must be our aim in everything we say and do politically.

Over the course of the next few months I intend to point some of these out and suggest ways that they can be exploited.  If you can’t wait for me to get around to it, go read a couple of David Horowitz’s books, notably Fight Fire With Fire (available on kindle only) and Take No Prisoners, both of which I have read and found full of great ideas.  He also wrote The Art of Political War, which sounds interesting.  I don’t care if you don’t like him, a lot of people didn’t like Patton either, but Patton was another one that believed in victory.  Victory comes when over 51% of black eyes and bloody noses are sustained by the enemies of the Republic.  No more genteel Mr. or Mrs. Milquetoast Candidate playing by the Marquess of Queensbury Rules.  Think: Chicago rules (look it up on the internet).

So where are the Commies Socialists Democrats vulnerable?  How do I loathe thee?  Let me count the ways.  Immigration!  Jobs!  Amnesty!  Taxes!  Jobs!  Gun control!  Plastic Straw Control!  Education, oh for the love of Mike, Education!  Corruption!  Jobs!  Environment!  Train to Nowhere!  Budget!  Healthcare!  Regulation!  Jobs!  We are surrounded by Dem idiocies.  It is a target rich environment.  So tell me, what issues do you think need to be addressed, and in what order of importance?

Lock and load, people.  The fun has just begun!