My post-election thoughts.

Trigger warning: some brutal honesty ahead.

 

img_1214TO THE OVERPAID CELEBRITY HACKS
Oh, the horror! The end of the world is coming. Hurry, pack up and leave the country (like you promised you would).

 

TO THE SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS
See above.

 

TO THE TRUMP SUPPORTERS
img_1028He better be as good as he claims to be (and you say he is).

If he really wants to break from the establishment, a nice place for him to start would be 1). Restoring the lost concept of liberty in a nation that boasts it as its foundation. 2). Preserving the sanctity of life in the womb AND in unnecessary foreign wars by bringing an end to both of these profit-making vehicles of death.

(I won’t be holding my breath.)

 

TO THE RANK AND FILE HILLARY SUPPORTERS
img_1218Now that the election is over, please, stop the fear mongering. It got old with all the frightful “What evils Trump might do if elected” rhetoric all the while conveniently ignoring “What evil Hillary did do during her entire criminal career.”

And relax. Trump will not be nearly as bad as you painted him over your past year-long effort to make Hillary look better. My advice for next time, nominate a candidate whose platform has some legitimate accomplishments instead of propping up your entire campaign on, “My opponent said a mean thing.”

 

img_1200TO THE CHRISTIAN VOTERS
It was nice for some of you to finally wake up and declare that politics is utterly corrupt, and for even considering voting for a third party candidate instead of whatever RINO was paraded out for you to vote for.

Unfortunately, many of you only came to this conclusion after your “saviors” Carson and Cruz fell from contention. Only time will tell if you crawl back to your political idols like a dog returns to its vomit. For those who will never go back, welcome! It’s nice to have you.

 

CONCLUSION
For the second presidential election in a row I have chosen to vote for a candidate based on his stance on the issues, instead of voting for the lesser of two evils. And although my guy didn’t win (or even come close), I feel good about my vote (not dirty like so many other voters said they felt yesterday).

img_1212So, how do I feel today? I’m glad to finally see an end to the Clinton crime family, it’s unabated corruption, and its shameful scandals.

Jezebel and Ahab have fallen. Good riddance.

6 thoughts on “My post-election thoughts.

  1. But tell us what you really think! LOL I enjoyed your take.

    Now all please consider what the last 4 years would have looked like if evangelicals would have supported Romney for example. I do not see things coming down to what this did.

    More importantly what if they would have shown up as they should have for genuine candidates who were spot on with the issues in each of those last SEVERAL primaries.

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  2. Canadians are considering building a wall on their southern boarder to keep out fleeing American liberals…

    No seriously!

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  3. I understand that the liberal American press is going to run with a story that says Trump has just kicked a black family out of their home…

    The address is 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington DC.

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  4. JL,

    I took the liberty to post a link to your post on Sermonaudio {http://www.sermonaudio.com/new_details.asp?ID=46374} because I thought it was worth sharing. A man by the name of ‘MikeNY’ responded with this…

    “CONCLUSION (JL PATTISON)
    For the second presidential election in a row I have chosen to vote for a candidate based on his stance on the issues, instead of voting for the lesser of two evils. And although my guy didn’t win (or even come close), I feel good about my vote (not dirty like so many other voters said they felt yesterday).”
    1. Implies there were no issue differences, and that Christians voted for the “lesser evil” I would ask if he read any of the 25 or so platform positions. Doesn’t sound like it.
    2. If it’s good that he feels good about his decision, when did Christians ok feelings as indicator of right choices?
    3. Some Christians believe God puts in office whomever he wants. Only Trump or Clinton was going to be chosen. Does Pattison “feel good” about voting for someone he knew in advance God was not going to choose?
    Feelings are me directed. They are from our deceitful, untrustworthy heart

    Now, I suggested he address his concerns here, where the post originated. He seems to not want to do that, so in fairness to you, I have provided the link in case you choose to respond. I think it is cowardly on his part not to come here to address his concerns.

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  5. I voted based upon my post tribulation rapture future literal millennial historical eschatology. (untainted by amill. Rome)
    Globalism is the obvious vehicle for the antichrists rise to power and to usher in the apostasy.
    I cannot prevent it from coming to pass but I have no desire to hasten my beheading by not voting. My conscience is clear irrespective of anyone’s humble self righteous assertions to the contrary

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