Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Malloy gloats "Elections have consequences." So do tyrannical police raids. So much for the ballot box. And now, the cartridge box.

It is four o'clock in the morning Central Time as I write this and Real Clear Politics shows that with 87% of the votes counted the results in Connecticut so far are Malloy 50.2%, Foley 48.8%. In a speech which didn't mention gun control, the anti-constitutional criminal Malloy claimed victory, saying "Elections have consequences."
According to the linked story, Foley is ready to surrender but complained that Malloy didn't give him a chance to. The extent to which voter fraud is responsible for this "victory' has not yet been explored, but given Foley's apparent jello spine, it is unlikely to become the stuff of lawsuits.
RCP shows that in CO with 92% of the vote counted, Hickenlooper has 48.0 and Beauprez 47.5.
Dave Workman reports that the billionaire-backed gun control measure won in Washington state. He writes,
But now the test will be whether the new law will be enforced, or whether it will be unenforceable, as many in law enforcement have contended. While Second Amendment activists were disappointed, gun prohibitionists were partying.
Elections do have consequences. But then so do tyrannical police raids. Red Mike "KGB" Lawlor is licking his anti-American lips at the prospects of forcing Connecticut firearm owners to disarm at the point of state police machine guns. There is an old Chinese warning that still applies in situations like this. It is true in Connecticut. It is true in Colorado. And it is true in Washington state. "Be careful what you wish for, you may get it." The ironclad Law of Unintended Consequences has yet to be consulted. Gentlemen, prepare to defend yourselves. The time of the ballot box is now passed. We are moving, if we can believe the people who seek to victimize us, into the time of the cartridge box.
For myself, I can tell you that the smuggling into Connecticut and Colorado will continue. I expect to be in Connecticut by the middle of the month. And, it now looks like Washington state is going to have to be added to the resistance schedule. So many tyrants, so little time.


WarriorClass III said...

Mitch McConnell says he can't wait to work on "trade deals" with Obama. So perhaps elections have no consequences at all, the march to give away American sovereignty goes on. The war would have started at the same time regardless which nimrod won. We all knew it was coming, folks.

Here it is.

Anonymous said...

I was listening to talk radio WTIC 1080 (CT) through the internet (I live in UT), and the news and the afternoon talk show host were talking about the fact that some voting locations in Hartford DID NOT HAVE their voter registration lists first thing at opening (suspicious right there. "Cook the books" much?), and had to turn voters away first thing in the morning. Because of that, there was talk that TPTB would want to have those (and how many other?) voter locations open longer into the night. The Talk Show Host was saying "NOOOOO", due to the very real possibility of voter fraud, theft and abuse. He was also urging his listeners to call the state Sec'y of State to open an IMMEDIATE (not next week, not even tomorrow) investigation into the lost/delayed/missing voter lists.

So, given all that, I wonder how much this played into Foley's "defeat". And if there WAS real voter fraud and dilution, will we ever hear anything about it from the LSDM (Lame Stream Dinosaur Media)?

Yep, it seems the new name of the Left political party fits -- the DemoCheats.

B Woodman

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rexxhead said...

I expected SOME bad news. I didn't expect this much bad news. I have always suspected that this issue would be decided by violence. Perhaps it's just as well that the moment draws near.

Alas, Babylon.

Nightshade said...

The passing of Initiative 594 is unique as far as gun control bills go because it was not passed by the legislature. It was passed by majority vote of Washingtonians.

Democracy at its finest. 60% of wolves voting with 40% of sheep on what's for dinner.

Anonymous said...

Very sad. Ball is now in Il Duce's court. We will see if the SOB actually has balls, or merely a paper mache set. If the former, he will likely either need new underwear or a good life insurance policy.

Anonymous said...

Looks like a clean sweep for the gun grabbers. {sigh} I was kinda hoping for the opposite result. Guess we just took a HONKING BIG step toward civil war.

It also appears to be a victory for the deep-pockets crowd. I'm not really sure what the other billionaires (Bloomberg is a total elitist) get out of disarming us. They ALREADY have the best personal security money can buy. To my way of thinking, there is something seriously self contradictory about r-types (liberals) becoming billionaires. R-types are ANTI competition but only the very fiercest of competitors become billionaires. Makes no sense tom.

Anonymous said...

Party hearty!

Anonymous said...

The good news here in CO is that it appears that the state legislature will go GOP. The Senate did, and there's still a possibility that the House may as well. Chickenpooper will have a lot more trouble pushing his master's (Bloomberg) agenda under those circumstances. As for the rest of us, we still have those "Hickenlooper Blues" but we also have our powder dry.

Paul X said...

You're right, Mike.

Anonymous said...

America faces most dangerous two years in 150 years

Anonymous said...

As Churchill said: " defeat, defiance."

Cal said...

Everyone needs to stop acting as just because someone was voted into office they are going to get to stay there. (Admittedly I am getting this off the internet, and I KNOW many have been changed unlawfully to reflect socialist (progressive) "values") This is the CONTRACT they agree to abide by when they take office. Read Section 15. How can they defend the state if they are disarmed as they are REQUIRED by the highest law of that state, and by the supreme law of this nation to do? How can the Connecticut Militia train on EVERY WEAPON soldiers might use against the state and /or against our nation?

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, PREAMBLE: The People of Connecticut acknowledging with gratitude, the good providence of God, in having permitted them to enjoy a free government; do, in order more effectually to define, secure, and perpetuate the liberties, rights and privileges which they have derived from their ancestors; hereby, after a careful consideration and revision, ordain and establish the following constitution and form of civil government.

This says that the form of republican government that Conn. has all authority granted comes from the people.

ARTICLE FIRST. DECLARATION OF RIGHTS; That the great and essential principles of liberty and free government may be recognized and established,

WE DECLARE: SEC. 1. All men when they form a social compact, are equal in rights; and no man or set of men are entitled to exclusive public emoluments or privileges from the community.

SEC. 2. All political power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their benefit; and they have at all times an undeniable and indefeasible right to alter their form of government in such manner as they may think expedient.

SEC. 7. The people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers and possessions from unreasonable searches or seizures; and no warrant to search any place, or to seize any person or things, shall issue without describing them as nearly as may be, nor without probable cause supported by oath or affirmation.

SEC. 14. The citizens have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble for their common good, and to apply to those invested with the powers of government, for redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by petition, address or remonstrance.

SEC. 15. Every citizen has a right to bear arms in defense of himself and the state.

SEC. 16. The military shall, in all cases, and at all times, be in strict subordination to the civil power.

ARTICLE FOURTH. OF THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. SEC. 8. The governor shall be captain general of the militia of the state, except when called into the service of the United States.

BTW Judge are ALLOWED to stay in office ONLY if they use "Good Behaviour" while in office. We the aPeople decide what is "Good Behaviour" not the feds,not the other two branches.

SEC. 12. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.



SEC. 1. Members of the general assembly, and all officers, executive and judicial, shall, before they enter on the duties of their respective offices, take the following oath or affirmation, to wit:

You do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) that you will support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the state of Connecticut, so long as you continue a citizen thereof; and that you will faithfully discharge, according to law, the duties of the office the best of your abilities. So help you God.

Backwoods Engineer said...

And in local Alabama news, the constitutional amendment to enjoin strict scrutiny in judicial consideration of any infringement to the right to keep and bear arms has passed:

Crotalus said...

Slavery or civil war is all that is left for Connecticut and Colorado.
The PDRK simply doesn't have the spine for war.

Unknown said...

The Countess (Mrs. Jeff Cooper) commented years ago,

"That is like saying, 'the water's rising. Confiscate the people's boats'."

Anonymous said...

The chair is against the wall!

Capitalist Eric said...

"Elections have consequences. "

Sometimes true, and certainly in Colorado. I fear the citizens will learn this lesson all too well...

As you say, UNINTENDED consequences.

Anonymous said...

Re: Alabama. Strict scrutiny is what we want to be applied to 2A cases. It places the most burden on the state to prove that a law both serves a legitimate state interest and is also the minimum possible regulation. The 2A advocates that tried to defeat strict scrutiny don't understand civil rights litigation.

Unknown said...

Heres where I'm at with this.

I believe fervently in the citizens right to defend themselves and their property from abusive gov't BY FORCE. I've made tis crystal clear recently, and I believe that some might have misinterpreted this zeal for "empty molon labe" bravado.

But I've also made it crystal clear that I'd like to see a civil war avoided at all costs.

Folks, we don't need to play by Malloy's rules, and we can still get him back pretty good for the tyranny he has inflicted in his state alone.

You see, the rest of the nation, just about, has had enough of the progressive socialist insanity.

The rest of the nation has made the republican party the strongest, nation wide, since before the Great Depression (according to reports today).

The rest of the nation has woken up and swept out proggie scum from state houses to th congress.

Now for my fervent suggestion-

If the people of Connecticut, at least the majority, want to live in the PAST with a socialist oligarch at their helm that wishes to tax them silly and defy their human rights, LET THEM HAVE IT.



This way, we avoid the spark of civil war in the form of violent raids, and at the same time, Malloy and the bloodsucking leaches that voted him back in lose their host.

Just move.

Take your lawfully owned property, your wealth, and your tax revenue with you. In short order, Malloy will be ruling over a steaming heap of nothing, like Chicago.


The rest of the nation will welcome you gladly :)

Anonymous said...

@Zoss, some of us can't move. I would have left years ago. My children are here, their mother will not move and I will not abandon them to this socialist/marxists hellhole state. I'd rather go out on my feet if that's where we are headed.

To all of you who think this ilk is not running amok in your own AO, wake up. They have been pouring it on for a long time. The border infiltration, criminals in both parties, traitors etc. We will be a long time cleaning house when the piper calls.

DĂșnadan said...

And Wayne LaPierre once again screws the very gun owners he claims to protect, as usual. Thanks for nothing, NRA!

Anonymous said...

I left the state of Washington just over three years ago and moved to northern Arizona. Yes, my kids, wife, etc. were all in Washington, but I dragged them kicking and screaming to a new home in the desert. Going out on my feet would still be abandoning my wife and children. I am not willing to do that except as a last resort. I will NOT give up my right to self defense and disarm.

Anonymous said...

The Foley, Malloy midterm election 2014 needs to be investigated. There's no way this went down the way the map indicates. And if it did, we have an even bigger problem when three cities get to decide what happens with everyone else's money and rights.

Anonymous said...

Foley did not run much of a campaign IMO .. but its done. Much work to be done in the JURY BOX as well as in other efforts to nullify these laws, that Foley would never have gotten repealed anyways.

Anonymous said...

I'm in CT and, especially now, there are many folks (more than 50% of the working population) wanting to move but, unfortunately since nobody wants to live here it is exceedingly difficult to sell real estate. An exodus is expected, regardless, over the next couple years due to both intolerable fascism and economic necessity. If I didn't have ties here I would have been gone long ago.

Anonymous said...

I live in Washington State and I-594 is mostly symbolic . Law enforcement wants nothing to do with it. In two years all statewide initiatives can and will be ignored by the legislative body So Billy Gates and Bloomy passed a statewide initiative by outspending their opponents 20 to 1 just to feel good about gun grabbing.
There will be in the future two markets . The same identical firearms with papers attached will have a much lower value than firearms far removed from computer tracking . Get your unpapered firearms and hang onto them.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I'm stealing that line..."So many tyrants, so little time."

Anonymous said...

At about 1:02 in Malloy's speech, he makes it clear that he isn't going to have any discussions about guns and that the law is here to stay.

"Elections have consequences".


The Gun-Grabbers see the reelection of Malloy and Hickenlooper, the passage of that rotten I954 in Washington State, and you can rest assured that they are already planning on trying to bring that tyranny nation-wide.

When they start kicking in doors and this thing goes hot, it will take on a life all it's own. And these types of things, once they get going, are very difficult to stop.

Here it comes. We tried to stop it. We did all we could. I guess tyrants don't learn from history and always have to learn the hard way. God help us.

Anonymous said...

Question for Mike and David:
Now that he has won, how long do you figure it will be till Malloy slips Lawler's lead and the CSP starts rounding up those instant felons he created with a stroke of his pen?

Anonymous said...

Connecticut experienced a large Exodus after the anti-gun legislation passed. Back this spring I met a couple who moved down to Tennessee from the Sandy Hook area--told me some interesting stories about how many of the families were ignored by the press because they were opposing gun control.

They told me that their realtor told them that they were the third couple from there who she had sold a house to that very week--all in a very small city.

I think the ballot box failed there only because so very many citizens moved out of the state to free places.

M said...

I've got a line on at least two if not three separate incidents of multiple ballots being provided, with more and different types of fraud implied.

I could probably put someone in contact with them if I knew who would make the most impact.

What would be most helpful for us here?

Anonymous said...

"The passing of Initiative 594 is unique as far as gun control bills go because it was not passed by the legislature. It was passed by majority vote of Washingtonians.

Democracy at its finest. 60% of wolves voting with 40% of sheep on what's for dinner."

Assumming a fair and accurate vote. Elections are a sham until we have full, in the open vote counting on local TV where everyone can see the votes being counted. Stalin only cared for the vote counters and I bet most of the power elite only care who counts the votes.

Paul X said...

"Looks like a clean sweep for the gun grabbers."

Hardly. Both Malloy and Chickenpooper would have easily coasted into re-election without this issue. It's definitely a negative for lowlifes who want to be in office.

"The passing of Initiative 594 is unique as far as gun control bills go because it was not passed by the legislature."

No, I think the background checks at gun shows for Oregon and Colorado were initiatives too.