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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Predictable History, Unpredictable Past: One Way Or Another, A Revolution Is Coming

 H/T Brock


"So here we see it: The elites think one thing, and the people think another thing.  Nothing new there, of course, except that rarely, if ever, has the dichotomy between overdog and underdog been this stark.
Something is going to have to give.  We are on the cusp of some huge shift in power relations between the core and periphery, between the DC Beltway and flyover country. Right now, Washington has the upper hand, but an aggrieved population can always win--if it is willing to stand up and fight.
In the minds of ordinary Americans, the fuse of outrage has been lit.  Now this is the question: Can honest but responsible leaders, truly reflecting populist anger, find a way to force change in DC? Moreover, can this needed reform happen without tearing apart the country?
Let’s hope so.
But we must know this for sure: One way or another, a revolution is coming.  "
Predictable History, Unpredictable Past: One Way Or Another, A Revolution Is Coming

We will surely Cross the Rubicon and I pray ours doesn't run red as the actual one in Italy.
Part of me dreads paying the boatman's toll and part of me says, Its time to get wet.



1 comment:

  1. Part of me dreads paying the boatman's toll and part of me says, Its time to get wet.

    Well said.

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