Yes, I believe that would do it. That’s why I think that trouble’s inevitable. They’ve backed themselves into a corner, haven’t they?
If and when our economy “goes Argentina” is when we will see the volcano explode.
That’s what concerns me, too. But here’s another layer - Cass Sunstein and the other regulatory ministers are in place. Do you think that they would decide that the cost-benefit ratio of canceling elections would not be worth it to them (never mind the inherent evilness of it), and that they would move their takeover efforts to the non-elective side of the balance sheet?
You know - it all looks normal from the voters’ point of view, but they continue to shove stuff through off the elective books?