The Friday hawt chicks and links notes the passage of this week with a wry raise of a weary eyebrow. The hated and diseased dwarf that straddled the halls of the Supreme Court went to her Master far below. Conservative publications around the world mourned her passing with solemn tributes that praised her dedication to the murder of unborn innocents as a fitting tribute to the pagan feminist cult. Conservatives must always be seen to be doing their perceived right thing, no matter how self-defeating or destructive.
Trump is all but certain to raise up another female to replace the one just dead. Apparently she is made of the right stuff, one of our own. If that were true she would be stoking the fire in her home’s hearth. Instead, she has dedicated her life to destroying it by following the deceitful promises spread in part by the woman that she wants so desperately to replace. And although she is apparently on our side now, she is a woman and this seat is for life. In later years when she inevitably becomes embittered then we will see which way she leans.
But Trump plays the card that he must before the election. A woman, even a conservative woman, is the only choice acceptable to the strident minority. He cannot afford the distraction over the next several weeks. He knows his enemies and their plans better than we do.
Vox Day often talks about people taking the ticket. It is an effective analogy to draw the line between good and evil. We talk about taking the red pill to open our eyes to that which is around us. But in reality, it is the active choice to take the blue pill that separates us from our enemies. To take the ticket is to swallow that blue pill, to partake in the earthly pleasures and power that extract their inevitable price all too quickly. But it is also to check out and be subsumed by that which the powerful produce to enslave us. That is another way to take the ticket; the passive way. You give yourself over to your phone, or to porn, or to any of the many other modern snares to ancient vices.
Your willingness to not take the ticket is all that stands between you and the other.