10 Rules for the voting booth
Barry Bright
Oct. 3, 2008 

A question I was asked this morning and three quotes(see below) emailed to me yesterday inspired me to type into e-form some thoughts that have been circling my brain like so many buzzards these past few months.  

So here we go, 10 Rules for the voting booth: 

Rule no. 1 – They assume you are stupid.  

Rule no. 2 – When Bill Klinton said he was against NAFTA during his 92 campaign for the presidency and then signed it during his first year in office, four years after Bush the First said “Read my lips, no new taxes” he proved that what the lowlifes say during a campaign means nothing.  

Rule no. 3 – Their past record, as with any job applicant, is what matters. For the benefit of the simple minded that means you go online and study how the lowlifes voted on issues important to you. If you agree with the votes of the lowlifes who consistently destroy our Liberty while in office you’re living in the wrong country and need to move rather than vote. If you need help finding the airport or the coast just call me.  

Rule no. 4 – If you’re stupid enough to hire some lowlife based on what it says during a campaign then see rule no. 1.  

Rule no. 5 – If you show up at the voting booth and you’re still ‘undecided’ about a candidate, don’t vote for it. If you’re ‘undecided’ about all of them because you’ve wasted your time listening to their commercials and so-called ‘debates’ instead of studying their records, then stay the hell home and keep watching the weaponvision to sustain your ignorance.  

Rule no. 6 – The internet, as full of crap, insanity and human nature as it is, is still the best source of information if only for the reason that you get to choose what crap, insanity and human nature you expose yourself to without being mentally spoon fed by the propagandists with the mainstream so-called ‘news-networks’ and newspapers. That goes for all of them.  

Rule no. 7 – If you prefer being mentally spoon fed then stay home on election day and study Rule no. 1 more closely.  

Rule no. 8 – If you’re going to vote for one lowlife to keep the other lowlife out of office, stay home. That’s how the Nazi party came to power in Germany. Voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’ is always evil. History shows that when a people do that long enough they eventually get more evil than they can handle. If you’re not prepared and willing to deal with the evil via the Second Amendment as the Founders provided then you deserve what they do to you.  

Rule no. 9 - If you’re naïve enough to think that the elitists who run this world, and they’re not us nor are they the idiots we vote for, really want us to be able to choose the leader of the most powerful empire today and throughout human history then stay home on election day. 

Rule no. 10, the final and most important rule -  The founders of this REPUBLIC left us with three options for maintaining our Liberty: the ballot box, the jury box and the bullet box. The first two have long been tainted if not completely abrogated, at least on the level of presidential elections.  

If you are one of the tiny minority who understands this then go ahead and vote this November for the third party candidate of your choice, or write in the cartoon character of your choice. But get ready for the third option, for it is unmistakably coming.

"Anybody that wants the Presidency so much that he'll spend two years organizing and campaigning for it is not to be trusted with the office." -- David Broder (1929- ) Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author, television talk show pundit, and university professor 

"Any politician who starts shouting election-year demagoguery about the rich and the poor should be asked, 'What about the other 90 percent of the people?' " -- Thomas Sowell (1930- ) Writer and economist 

"The short memories of the American voters is what keeps our politicians in office." -- Will Rogers (1879-1935) American humorist

For more quotes pertinent to our situation go here.


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