The result of the brutal dismissal of D's on Tuesday will lead to a dangerous outcome: the vast majority of Americans will believe that something has happened that will change the reality in America. They will ramp-down. Their sense of urgency will fade as they "...let the system work, and let the new R's put the country back on track".
Worse - anyone to the Right of the R's just voted into office will be categorically deemed to be "outside the mainstream" - extremists, if you will.
Some of us know that nothing tangible will change as a result of the elections Tuesday.
But the sense of crisis will fade from many minds.
Be certain to insulate yourself from that dangerously false outlook, and the accompanying reinforcement of Normalcy Bias that is a certainty.
This country has never changed in any real fashion by the will or consent of the masses. Chasing those Hearts & Minds is a fool's errand.
None of those elected intend to repeal 2A infringements back to and including NFA. None of those will have the stomach to roll back ObamaCare - they'll tweak it, not kill it. None of those elected will stop our nation from bleeding out through entitlement programs. None campaigned on killing Patriot Act or NDAA. None of those elected have any intention of striving for Rightful Liberty.
But how many people have you heard in the last two days make some comment about "Now we'll get back on track!"
Amnesty? It's going to happen, one way or another, under whatever name focus groups find best, and the D' and R's will seek to win their share of the new voter pie. There will be no real closing of the borders.
Nothing changed except the window dressing.
Nothing any elected official will do will bring an end to stories like this one, sent in by CavMedic.
The countdown to impact continues to tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
Change will only happen when a small group of principled Americans make it so.
Stay the course.