26 October 2018

[Perrin Lovett} - Perrin’s Big Ole Big, Bad, Lean, Mean, Patriotic, Red, White, and Blue Election 2018 ‘Voting’ Recommendations Extravaganza and Illustrated Picture Show!!!

***BIG OLE RED, WHITE, AND BLUE DISCLAIMER: The following does not necessarily represent the opinions of The Piedmont Chronicles, MB McCart, the Gang, YOU, or anyone else. And that’s okay; I'm used to people being wrong. And no, this isn’t a call to anything except practical common sense. Certainly not a call to any kind of proactive violence (I leave that to the others and their mobs). Okay, it’s more of a list of recommended weapons than an electoral guide - all for sport and or defensive uses only - one will note the use of “quotations” throughout… Seriously, if you’re so G-D stupid as to mistake the following metaphorical satire for revolution, then you probably can’t even read this sentence ... so … anyway...***


Well, alright beloved readers, once again it is time for another foray into the electoral aspect of American republican representative democracy, wherein Republicans and Democrats will demonstrate how little they care about representing the electors of America.

They say that “every vote counts.” They, in the saying, repeat a complete and utter lie. The TPC home audience is in the heart of that glorious Georgia Piedmont (which might have something to do with the “P” in TPC). If you’re a Georgia voter and you don’t like the options offered on the ballot, then try this: write in a name for a given race; get your stupid “I Voted!” sticker; congratulate yourself for “doing your duty;” wait; the next day or week, consult with the local board of elections as to how many votes the name you picked received (should be at least one, right?); listen carefully as they tell you that the answer is “zero” and, by law, non-pre-approved write-in votes DO NOT COUNT. Reflect on that. This is the law in most, though not all, states.

It really doesn’t but what a cool picture… Pic by Imgflip (Someone’s Meme).

Now, let’s get real, dispense with the failures, and look at November 6 and beyond - through the turmoil years and until at least such time when peace and normalcy might be restored. It’s entirely possible that voting Trump, 2020 and for Trump-like candidates in this election and other future elections may help. Honestly, Trump is an anomaly - and those tend to be, by definition, isolated. He’s kind of like Captain Sullenberger skillfully landing the doomed Cactus 1776 in the Hudson of history. Anyway, it’s a big country and I haven’t the time to go through all the options.

Here follow my general recommendations for preserving some semblance of freedom in America. And, as you’re about to read, I am in no way concerned with the actual races, the candidates, or your beloved (dead) democracy. I am concerned with the continuity of civilization. The following represent some of the better options for what’s just ahead. As an added bonus, these do not necessitate wasting any time at the polls. ANOTHER DISCLAIMER, for the real idiots: DO NOT take any of the following to the polling places or use any of them in any unlawful manner. Now, shall we?

***Ed. note: Just in case there are some of you who don't get this. Again, as Perrin mentioned, this is not to be construed as anything other than what it is. In his opinion, the electoral & political process has pretty much become in exercise in futility, so instead of voting, Mr. Lovett gives his recomendations for some purchases you could make to possibly better prepare for your future. Not to be construed in any other way. As always, we appreciate you reading. - MBM***

(Your State)

Barrett M107, .50 BMG (.499 Barrett in CA)
  • Yes, it’s heavy, but it’s for the heavy work.
  • 5-round and 10-round mags.

“Lt. Governor”
(Your State)

H&K 417 A2 (7.62 MM x 51 NATO)
  • The Mercedes of Cadillacs
  • 10/20 round mags (go with 20, load to 19)

(Your State)

Remington Model 700 Sendero SF II (.300 Rem Ultra Mag)
  • .30-06 on steroids
  • Excellent advice and consent patterning

(Your State)

H&K 416 (5.56 MM x 45 NATO)
  • A less pretentious 417…
  • That 5.56 (.22…) mil-spec-iness everyone loves with 30 round mags (load to 28)

“State Senator”
(Your State)

H&K .45 UMP (.45 ACP)
  • Modern “Tommy” gun; an MP5 for men
  • Mags generally spring up full loads well; tons of fun

“State Representative”
(Your State)

Saiga 12 (12 gauge)
  • The Cadill… Kalashnikov of shotguns
  • Try this Russia hack … 10-round, load to 10

“Other State Races”
(Your State)

H&K .45 (.45 ACP)
(Article may or may not be sponsored by H&K…)
  • That proprietary O-ring barrel
  • 230gr overpressure

“Local Races” - “Mayor,” “Dog Catcher,” Etc.
(Your Locality)

I. Don’t. Care. Use your discretion here. It is conceivable that some of these could still really matter. You should know these people. Or, just trust the,

Ruger LC9S (.9MM Luger)
  • Compact pocket size
  • Those happy little hollow-points with the red rubber caps

“Questions, Options, Amendments,” Etc.
(If Applicable)

Powerful corporate entities put a lot of effort and money into drafting these and pushing them through the process. They have money and power (over you) at stake. Give these choices careful consideration. Flip a coin. That, or flip a,

  • 7”, well-balanced brute force
  • 120 years of reliable sharpness

Now, a look at the lesser alternatives (for “real” races):

I don’t trust THIS GUY to conserve anything except, maybe, his sneaky, furtive job at your expense:

Pic by Carlos Slim’s Blog.

THIS SOB will progress himself into the kitchen wall with predictable (bad) results:

Pic by Burn TV.

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes...

Pic by PoPville.

Congratulations, America! You’ve, these past many decades and with all those other elections, backed yourself into this corner. All that red-blue-left-right jingoism has consequences after all. Time was when a man could voice his opinion with safe confidence that his choice mattered in a system dedicated to truth, justice, and all that other verbose jive. That time is over. Long over. Now come the interesting times. Sometime between today and 2033, something is going to hit the fan. When it does, you’d best be ready. The above-noted options are realistic choices for those who actually want to survive, rebuild, and move forward. If that’s not you, then best of luck. Go get your sticker!

I’m Perrin Lovett and I approve this message.

*The foregoing selections work best with ample spare parts, cleaning supplies, and around (what?) 25,000 rounds of ammunition each.

**Your author understands there’s a decent commentary ongoing over on the Farcebook. The spies at FB, Google, NSA, CIA, FBI, NDI, DARPA, SVR, MI6, Mossad, Q, DNC, RNC, CMMS, Wells Fargo, Berkshire, etc. see all of that. I do not. Kindly move the conversation here!

***Taking the above for what it really is, should your choice(s) of arms differ from mine - great! Comment away.

Fellow Terry College of Business (UGA) grad Brother Perrin Lovett is a true renaissance gentleman & scholar. A recovering attorney, he's into guns & cigars, and the US Constitution. A published authorPrepper columnist & YouTube personality, and an acclaimed blogger, TPC is very proud to have our old friend on board as the C.F. Floyd Feature Writer of National Affairs

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  1. I take Mr. Perrin's comments to mean that he feels there's not a dime's worth of difference between the Republican and Democratic candidates for the various races, so don't vote for either. Does he really think things will be as bad under Kemp as Abrams? Fortunately, in Georgia those people who seek a third choice to the two main candidates may only cause a run-off if neither receives a majority of votes cast. Not so in the presidential contest. The receiver of the plurality wins. So, Libertarians, etc. only wasted their vote. And, they almost put Hillary in the Oval Office. I'm very glad Trump is in the White House as opposed to Clinton. Does he really think that Jody Hice is no better than his opponent? That it won't matter if Pelosi is the Speaker? Who's going to approve conservative judges if Democrats win the senate?

    1. Another great comment Fred. Thanks! I really wish I could agree with you on the "as bad as" and "no better than" stuff, but I can't.

      Trump and the Trump-factor aside, there isn't a dime's worth of difference, D and R. But that's not why I'm against playing the game. Rather, it's because, at this extremely late hour, it's all irrelevant. This is Rome, circa 461 A.D. The United States, as a functioning political entity and even as a cohesive society is over. Not in trouble. Not dying. Dead. My concern is with the continuation of Western Civilization.

      Kemp, Abrams, Libertarians, Clinton, Hice, San Fran Gran Nan, and the federal courts don't matter. With the possible exception of a few local elections, all votes are wasted because the Republic was wasted. The question now is, "what's next?"

      I'm thinking we'll know by around 2033: hoping for a friendly, peaceful Czech Republic-Slovakia parting; afraid it will be more like the dissolution of Yugoslavia. Hence, my recommendations.

      On a Georgia note, the fact that Abrams is even on the ballot signifies a problem worse than the electoral cycle or practical politics. Ditto for Hillary in 2016. For the partisans, don't worry: there will be no blue wave next month - fake news hype and hysteria. But, again, it really doesn't matter.

      I kind of hope I'm wrong about all of this but history and observable reality say otherwise. Interesting times are here.

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    1. Yo. Yo. See, above. All of this, odd as it may seem, is natural and historically normal. If we can call history normal.

    2. Really odd is that you and I (and a few others) discussed back in the 90's the "coming" emergency and what could be done. We were on the right track but off the timeline (I blame our then young age while noting we were still ahead of the curve). The time for ordinary corrective action was squandered prior to, say, 1965. The time for pull-out-all-stops emergency action was 30+ years ago. Now...

      AND! I did not mean to demean the magnificent MP5. Smooth as glass, that.

  3. I believe the Democratic Party is committing suicide. It is similar to the Whigs prior to the Civil War. If it had not been for the Super Delegates, Bernie Sanders wound have been their nominee in 2016.(Now, Hillary is doubling back and endorsing all the far-left positions). The progressives have captured the party. This means the last wave of its voters are in the process of leaving. Identity Politics is beginning to fail. By 2020 the party will completely be in the hands of the progressives. By then six or seven members of the Supreme Court will be constitutionalists, along with the district and appeals judges. The Republicans will have 60 seats in the senate and the house will be firmly in the hands of the Freedom Caucus. All of this because of a loud-mouth crony capitalist from New York City. Who would have thought? The train is leaving the station. Get on board or watch. But, it will happen.

  4. I really hope you're right, Fred. Even so, the tracks need an immediate rebuild. And thanks, again, for the thoughtful commentary and engagement. Any chance you could wrangle up some more readers to the keyboards? Not just for CFF but the whole gang? Where's Smiley of late?

  5. Though seriously, while TPC gets a pretty good number of hits & has seen a fair amount of banter on the social medias, I would love to see more comments on the actual posts here on TPC.

    Also, as usual, I'm kind of right in the middle. I think Mr. Fred makes some very good points & I admire his optimism, but at least a part of me wonders if were are going to be able to continue achieving that More Perfect Union, or is some type of Balkanization on the horizon? I hope not, but it seems as if the center of our country is frayed to the point of almost being non-existent, which sucks - because so many more are basically in the middle than on the fringes. But there again, you have to agree with Mr. Lovett that the power & influence the duopoly of the R/D's wields is what mucks up the works.


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