Skip to comments.Kesha Rogers' Campaign in Texas
Posted on 04/24/2014 9:06:30 PM PDT by varmintman
Nobody got 50% of anything in the Democrat primary for John Cornyn's US senate seat... A runoff will be held on May 27.
The only requirement to vote in this runoff is that you did NOT vote in the Republican primary on March 4. Since no more than around 5% of anybody voted in that primary at all, most people in Texas are eligible to vote in the dem runoff.
The $64,000,000 question: Why would a conservative or a Republican who hadn't been smoking too much reefer WANT to vote in a demoKKKrat primary??
There are two reasons, both of them good.
One is that it represents a free shot at the idiots. Kesha represents the LaRouche group in what amounts to an attempt at a hostile takeover of the demoKKKrat party. She has already caused those idiots more pure pain in the last six months than anything pubbies have ever done. The first item of her agenda calls for impeaching Bork Obunga; that's at least interesting.
Kesha bills herself as an anti-green democrat. The LaRouche group believes in progress and does NOT believe in blowing up dams or shutting down agricultural regions for the sake of lizards or fish. Other items in their agenda call for a renewal of our space program and the building of NAWAPA (North American Water and Power Alliance). If that had been built as the Army Corps of Engineers wished in the 70s, there would never have been another drought in the US. Shutting that thing down was a candidate for the ultimate green crime.
The other reason is that, in real life, you want to maximally avoid choices between good and evil. Any time you have a choice between good and evil, evil can win. You want all of your choices in life to be between good and good, sort of good and really good, or really good and super good. In 1961 the US had two political parties which while markedly different in their approaches, were both reasonably patriotic. We would all be better off if that situation could be restored. If Kesha gets past the runoff, then a first step towards that objective would have been taken and you'd still have five months to make up your mind for the election in November.
She’d actually have a better chance of beating Cornyn than Mr Diversity Alameel.
I would vote for her, but I voted against Cornyn in the primary.
Yeah, there’s two strategeries. Vote for the most conservative democrat so the entire slate is as far right as possible....or....if you’re afraid that might result in him getting elected, vote for the moonbat to try to insure the (R) wins.
Alameel is what people who speak Yiddish would call a schlamiel or a schlamozzle.... Nothing other than money to recommend him and problematical as to whether his own mother would recognize him if she hadn’t seen him for two days.
Tell other people about it. Again, no more than around 5% of anybody voted in the March primary.
Texas Senate Race and Impeaching Obama with Kesha Rogers
I've mentioned the mathematical catastrophe facing our entire banking and money system and there's a reasonable question as to what I mean by that. I'm not really any sort of an expert on that kind of thing but I believe I grasp the basics of it and I also believe that most US politicians don't, which is really frightening and is the most major thing which bothers me about Republicans in particular, not that most democrats do any better. The one guy I know for sure understood those issues was Dennis Kucinich from Cincinnati who the dems gerrymandered out of existence for some other reason.
As I read it, all of the world's major banks are now living with derivative exposures of something like 30+ times their reserves which is basically like a skyscraper made of cards. In fact they've taken to rigging the major rate (LIBOR) on which interest swaps work, FDIC is suing them, and a fabulous number of such swaps could easily unravel in the same manner in which a marriage would be annulled if one of the partners turned out to be a horse or something else non-human (fraud) unknown to the other partner aforehand.
Worse, the banking cartel and governments have agreed that there will be no more government bail-outs if/when one or more large banks were to fail but rather "Bail-INs", meaning that depositor accounts will be seized and you might think that the FDIC would protect people in such a case but the funds which FDIC has on hand for such business is laughably less than would be needed and there is a further question of the so-called "super priority" of derivative counter parties in such cases, meaning that you and I would be last in line to make any claim on bank assets.
Total money value of derivatives is said to be between one and two quadrillion dollars. There's no way to spend that much money on this planet, the planet itself is not worth that much. The only person in the universe who anybody could do any sort of a quadrillion dollar deal with is God, you'd be talking about buying six or seven or eight planets like this one. That situation is clearly insane.
As far as I know, the reaction of most US politicians to all of this would be the same as Bluto's advice to Flounder in Animal House ("I advise you to start drinking, heavily..."), the idea being to be too smashed when it all hit the fan to notice or care very much. In other words, I suspect the sheer enormity of the problem basically wrecks their minds.
There are only a handful of people I'd really want to be in a position to try to deal with these kinds of problems; one would be Lyndon LaRouche or an acolyte of his like Kesha Rogers, another would be Ellen Brown, a third might be Dennis Kucinich and, after that, I'd have to go on some sort of a scavenger hunt.
Again this runoff election comes on Tuesday the 27'th and again it's a democratic primary runoff and the only disqualification would be having voted in the GOP primary in March and, since no more than around 5% of anybody voted in that primary one way or other, most people in Texas are eligible to vote in it.
Tuesday, not tomorrow...