The Deep Blue of the Northeast, West Coast

and How to Fix It

I’m not talking oceans here.

This is the fifth and final post (Yea!) in my midterm election series. Just so you know, I’m burnt out on the subject too. OK, let’s get it over with.

As I mentioned in a previous post 800 People, the left has nowhere else to go but a Deeper Shade of Blue. This is because the blue states are losing their population to red states. The opposition is leaving town and taking their votes with them. Without opposition, blue states are locked in a death spiral drawing them into a deeper hue of blue.

I’m not sure about the redness of Alaska and Georgia is purple at best.

Another thing the mass migration represents is a shift in money. The people moving to The Free State of Florida not only bring their vote, but they also bring their money. That’s because they’re the ones who have the most to lose, and they’re the ones who can afford to relocate.

These are the people who represent the opposition and the only barrier to deep blue progressivism. The people in the northeast and west coast regions have prospered for too long. They’ve lost the notion of freedom being something of value, something worth fighting for, and replaced it with a false sense of equality. To these people, equality is the only thing worth fighting for.

But there’s a huge problem with their premise. Equality, to its Nth degree, is communism. Take for example, any millionaire in any voting district across America. Is there a single one that would seriously trade places with a homeless person? Not on your life. But talking about equality makes them feel good, and voting Democratic makes them feel like they’re doing something about it. Why do they need to feel good about what they do? Because they had it so easy and for so long, they feel guilty about their good fortune. For them, it’s all about the feeling.  

Dainty Men make Hard Times, Hard Times make Strong Men, Strong Men make Easy Times, Easy Times make Dainty Men.

Reference my post The Dainty Men in America for an explanation of the above. It’s easy to see what stage America is in today, and it only leads to hard times.

Obviously, the people who stay in blue states (as each fall deeper into the abyss) are the ones who will suffer the most. This is the fertile ground communism needs to grow. The dainty men (the commoners) who think everything should be given, not earned, will trade freedom for the promise of equality and then, be forced to settle for meager sustenance or die. It sounds like every communist state on the planet to me.

The battle lines are being drawn as we speak.

I mentioned that there’s a way to fix this horrid outcome, and here it is. It will take cunning, hard work, and perfect timing, but it can be done. First, we need to craft better candidates. Crafting better candidates requires tedious cultivation. These are not going to be conservatives. They’ll have to be what progressive voters consider as moderate. In blue states, these candidates must infiltrate every level of government without exception. Furthermore, they need to be supported by moderate conservatives in every appointed office.

The hearts and minds of the Dainty Populists will have to change. The Democratic-Communist Party of America will offer a free and easy ride. Conservatives will offer what? We need an answer that’s more attractive — I told you it would be difficult.

And then, if we want to change the rules, we need to play by the rules as they exist today and win. Otherwise, we will keep losing elections we shouldn’t, and we’ll never see a conservative majority again. What a mess we have. Freedom is just one generation from oblivion, and time is running out. Let’s fix it while we can.

PS – If we aren’t careful, the next Civil War will be Capitalist vs. Communist (south vs. north). Where have I heard that before?

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