National Gerrymandering



Now, change names like “Andover” for “Texas”, and “Lynn” with “Oklahoma”, etc.

I’m sure you get my drift.

Why am I talking about Gerrymandering, and implying that some malevolent, mysterious power is attempting to Gerrymander the entirety of the United States of America into some unholy and ugly political monster?  Because someone actually is trying to Gerrymander the entirety of the United States of America into some unholy and ugly political monster.

…on Wednesday, the Obama administration will announce long-awaited rules designed to repair the law’s unfulfilled promise and promote the kind of racially integrated neighborhoods that have long eluded deeply segregated cities like Chicago and Baltimore. The new rules, a top demand of civil-rights groups, will require cities and towns all over the country to scrutinize their housing patterns for racial bias and to publicly report, every three to five years, the results. Communities will also have to set goals, which will be tracked over time, for how they will further reduce segregation.

“This is the most serious effort that HUD has ever undertaken to do that,” says Julian Castro, the secretary of the department of Housing and Urban Development, who will announce the new rules in Chicago on Wednesday. “I believe that it’s historic.”

And there you have it, folks.  The source of this:  Barack Benito Mussolini HUSSEIN Obama.

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What is “Gerrymandering”? some of you may ask?  THIS is Gerrymandering:


Gerrymandering — drawing political boundaries to give your party a numeric advantage over an opposing party — is a difficult process to explain. If you find the notion confusing, check out the chart above —  adapted from one posted to Reddit this weekend — and wonder no more.

Suppose we have a very tiny state of fifty people. Thirty of them belong to the Blue Party, and 20 belong to the Red Party. And just our luck, they all live in a nice even grid with the Blues on one side of the state and the Reds on the other.

Now, let’s say we need to divide this state into five districts. Each district will send one representative to the House to represent the people. Ideally, we want the representation to be proportional: if 60 percent of our residents are Blue and 40 percent are Red, those five seats should be divvied up the same way.

Basically, it’s stacking the deck in your favor, plain and simple.  Democrats/leftists do it, Republicans/supposed Conservatives do it, and it’s never a good thing to do, no matter what political party does it.  Here’s a fairly in-depth explanation as to why it’s so bad, by it’s very nature:

Gerrymandering is Bad, Regardless of Which Party Does It!

I want to thank the Washington Post for inviting me to write a column on redistricting for their Sunday edition. It was an opportunity for me to write about an issue that I care for a great deal. As I’ve been reading reader comments and e-mails I decided that I should follow up a bit on the issue and address (though indirectly) some of the reader comments.
I admit to not having much patience for dyed-in-the-wool partisans. Folks who think that their party is dedicated to goodness and light and that the opposition party is evil incarnate really need to wake-up to the reality that there is nothing inherently good or evil about the Democratic or Republican Party. Yet die hard Democrats are convinced that Republicans are out to control the country through any and all means and die hard Republicans are equally distrustful of Democrats.

Newsflash folks – the Democratic and Republican Parties share the same goal – the acquisition of power and influence within government. And both parties will used whatever legal means are available to them to acquire power. In states dominated by Democrats, like Maryland, Democrats use the redistricting process to game the system and boost party interests. Likewise, in a state like Texas, Republicans do the same.A critique of Maryland’s gerrymandered districts is not an attack on the Democratic party, it is an attack on the process. I endorsed the Republican map simply because it is a good map. Had the Kiwanis Club, or MaryPIRG, or the state Democratic Party presented the same, or a better proposal, I would have endorsed that map. But in this case, it was the Maryland GOP. That in no way suggests that I absolve the Republican Party of their equally egregious gerrymandering antics in other states. Some folks told me that so long as redistricting is a partisan process and the GOP controls the process in states like Texas then it should be OK for Democrats to manipulate the process in states where they dominate. As a father, I’ve heard this argument many times except it goes “yea, but he started,” “did not,” did too.” So I have little patience for an adult version of that childish justification being applied to something as important as representation in Congress.A hand full of states, among them California and Iowa, have rejected partisan gerrymandering in favor of a non-partisan process. This is what I would I like to see in Maryland. I want to see more states follow the lead of Iowa and California and make this a non-partisan issue.

Of all the institutions of our national government, the House of Representatives was the one body most intended to embody democratic representation. No reasonable person could look at Maryland’s 2nd, 3rd, or 4th districts and conclude that they were drawn to best represent the interests of the people. As Americans we should be outraged that the parties (Democrats and Republicans) manipulate something as sacred as representation in the manner that they do.
Gerrymandering subverts representation and subjugates the interests of the people to the interests of political parties. Perhaps that wouldn’t be so bad if not for the fact that America is home to two dominant parties – each dominated by partisan ideologues.
So let me summarize. I oppose gerrymandering. I don’t care if it helps Democrats… I don’t care if it helps Republicans… It’s an abuse of process… It harms everyone… and some things, in fact most things, are far more important than party loyalty.

It’s nothing but an exercise in keeping political power.  It helps no one, but the politicians, 9 times out of 10.  Then, let’s not forget the person that’s engineering this national-level Gerrymandering:  OBAMA.

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A guy that, time and again, has demonstrated something other than having America’s best interests at heart, when talking with our enemies, behind our backs.

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This isn’t completely about “race” (something science hating leftists believe exists, but doesn’t: or ethnicity.  It’s about the people that Obama feigns to have the best interests of, at heart.

“To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets.”


In case you haven’t been looking, these people don’t seem to be the types that have America’s best interests at heart, either.  When they say they do, they’re usually lying, and what they do have is their own best interests at heart, and substitute those for what is best for the country.  Like I said:  without a doubt, this is very clearly NATIONAL GERRYMANDERING. This is a national, city-by-city attempt to change voting demographics. It is literally the biggest push to make America one, single Blue State, that the country has ever seen, and it’s intended consequence will be to permanently and destructively change the national voting demographic into a monolithic block.

And who will dominate those blocks?

“The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets.”

These are the people that will cancel out your vote, and fundamentally transform America into one, big, Blue State, and perpetual one party nation.

Just think:  the DNC ruling (not governing, ruling) the nation, in perpetuity.  And Obama (and his minions) even said that he wanted to do this, years ago:

While public attention has been riveted on high-profile congressional battles over the stimulus, health care, and the debt ceiling, Obama has been quietly laying the regulatory groundwork for a profound transformation of American society. The founders would not approve. From the Pilgrim fathers to the frontier settlers to the post-World War II exodus to the suburbs, Americans have enjoyed the freedom to move and to govern themselves as they have seen fit in their new homes. Yet the spirit of enterprise and self-government that made our country great looks very different to Obama.

In the eyes of Obama’s community organizing colleagues – close followers of Saul Alinsky, the leftist radical who founded the profession – America’s suburbs are instruments of bigotry and greed. Moving to a suburb in pursuit of the American dream of an affordable family home and quality, locally controlled schools looks to Obama and his organizing mentors like selfishly refusing to share tax money with the urban poor.

Obama means to fix that with regulations designed to force Americans out of their cars and into high-density urban centers, squeezing the population into a collection of new Manhattans. Obama also aims to force suburbanites to redistribute tax money to nearby cities while effectively merging urban and suburban school districts so as to equalize their funding. If you can afford to move to a suburban all, there will no longer be a point. In effect America’s cities will have swallowed up their suburbs. The result: your freedom of movement, America’s tradition of local self-rule, the incentive to better your circumstances, and therefore national prosperity all will have been eroded.

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This president has built a legacy of unconstitutional executive orders, and grossly un-American overreach of power against the American People.  What’s really funny is that while forcing ‘affluent’ cities across the country to build “projects” for low income types across the spectrum, it will force people to neighbor up with newcomers that Obama would NEVER allow into his neighborhood.

Now, in case you don’t know, in the Hood (a place Obama never has, and never will live), Pookie and Ray-Ray are euphemisms for people described as malcontent thieves and bad influences.

On top of that, Pookie and Ray-Ray will bring kids with them.  Kids Obama has NEVER allowed his own daughters to go to school with, mysteriously.

President Obama Scolds Parents For Sending Their Kids To Private Schools

“What’s happened in our economy is that those who are doing better and better… are withdrawing from sort of the commons. Kids start going to private schools; kids start working out at private clubs instead of the public parks. An anti-government ideology then disinvests from those common goods and those things that draw us together. And that, in part, contributes to the fact that there’s less opportunity for our kids, all of our kids.”

So, while Obama’s daughters get to hide behind walls manned by guys with guns, eating

  • Crusted tilapia
  • Herb roasted chicken
  • Strawberries and chevre salad
  • Freshly baked muffins
  • Pesto cream & garden fresh marinara sauce
  • Cheese tortellini
  • All natural house-made chicken fingers
  • Scallion rice
  • Roasted edamame & Shitake mushrooms
  • Jicama mango slaw
  • BBQ sliders
  • Pesto pasta
  • All natural rosemary chicken
  • Fresh herb risotto
  • All natural beef nachos
  • Vegetarian stuffed Portobello mushrooms
  • Baked lemon herb tilapia
  • Arugula, fennel and parmesan salad
  • Baked organic French fries
  • Baked three-cheese lasagna
  • Pepperoni flatbread pizza

Yours get not-so-delectable meals, and get to share lockers with the Bebe Kids.

In case you don’t know what those are:

The ridiculously numerous offspring of an irresponsible mother (see clownshoes) who doesn’t watch her children properly, allows the kids to do whatever they please, and sits around watching TV all day talking on the phone with her friends, and then DENY your allegations of bad parenting and tell you that you have no right telling her how to raise ‘her’ kids.

It is to be noted that Bebe’s kids would not exist if she kept her skirt in the DOWNWARD more often.

Man look at that little girl, running around the restaurant… Oh my God… she broke into the plastic toy display and her mother isn’t even watching her! What a Bebe’s Kid!

Bottom line:  with recent “Supreme” Court decisions that run counter to the Constitution, and YEARS of Big Government overreach and power grabs, the States and the People MAY be finally awakening.

If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines, it’s time to stop.  States have, apparently, finally gotten off the pot with the Article 5 Convention (NOT A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION) (thanks, Mark Levin!), and MAY finally be taking the necessary steps to address this out of control, un-American regime.  However, YOU need to get in touch with your state legislators, and let them know what you think and feel.  If we do not stop this tidal wave, the price is pretty clear, and I don’t know that this is damage that can be recovered from, if we choose to sit on our hands.


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I am VIRUS-X, REPUBLIC COMMANDO, MASTER and COMMANDER, and I approve this message.  If you don’t, tough crap.


~ by Virus-X REPUBLIC COMMANDO on July 9, 2015.

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