The folks on the dissident right are known for making the statement that “we aren’t going to vote our way out of this.” For that reason, it’s interesting to see the Z-Man discussing the importance of tactical flexibility with respect to political opportunities.
The gist of it is that even if you don’t think that political reform can solve all our problems it doesn’t make sense to ignore the advantages that can be obtained at the ballot box.
And this is a good sign. A lot of the time, the gloom and doom and apocalyptic language coming from the fringe is unhelpful and self-defeating. President Trump has actually made some good progress (against unbelievable headwind) in judicial appointments, business and trade policies, reining in the bureaucrats and declawing the Justice Department.
While the question of whether restoring the values of the Old America is possible under our present system is still in doubt, it doesn’t seem to me to be the time to give up. Especially since we’ve actually had some measure of success at the ballot box recently.
After you’ve read enough sexbot articles on Drudge maybe switch to something interesting