Fighting Fire With Fire

Dear Editor,

According to MSNBC, there are several things going to the Supreme Court, one of which concerns gerrymandering in North Carolina. The (National Socialist) Democrat Party is concerned that practice is going to be overturned and a more reasonable procedure is going to be put into place. Why? Because it most likely going to mean they are going to lose mucho power. I for one hope it happens. To have a district that runs the length of the state and is only a couple of miles wide is ridiculous.

The other is the woman out west that is making a preemptive strike against a potential case where someone would take her to court because she would refuse to render services to gay couples. We all know as soon as she would do so she would be sued and it would begin to make its way through the court system costing her so much to fight it would bankrupt her, so she would most likely either cave or shut down her business, which is what they want. So she’s done what they didn’t expect and pulled off a brilliant flanking maneuver by going directly to the Supreme Court who agreed to hear it. The (NS) Democrat Party is going apoplectic over this because their standard tactic of draining her resources is going to fail. I applaud you, Madam. Way to go! May your tactic, which looks like it’s going to work, be mirrored by others. This is a classic example of using their own methods against them, and they are going apoplectic over it.

Finally we are starting to fight back using their tactics and it’s driving them crazy. We need to continue this, regardless of the outcome.

We need to continue to do things this way. We must continue to fight fire with fire. And our party leaders need to pay attention to how we the people are doing it and start following suit.

As an additional note, I have back up and running where I am putting expanded versions of my postings here so please check it out.

Everyone please have a Merry Christmas (I know that’s politically incorrect but who cares) and Happy Holidays.

Carpe diem, ya’ll.

Alan Marshall