The interview is supposed to come out this Monday, and I invite every one of my readers to check the Jimmy Z show and listen to my long rant (or rather a series of middle-sized rants). I felt that I was actually landing some good punches during the discussion, but this impression may be deceiving - don't forget that Jimmy Carter and his lackeys believed in their heart of hearts that they won the 1980 debate with Ronald Reagan. I am also curious how much of my Russian accent will be left on the cutting floor - I don't have too many illusions about the difficulty of understanding a flaming rant of a foreigner on the computer. In case there are any questions - I want to emphasize that Jimmy Z is a great interviewer, and all the mishaps are solely due to my undisputed status of a rank amateur.
Among many questions that I discussed with Jimmy Z (I believe I am not pre-empting the show by sharing this detail) was whether American patriots should vote for any Democrat congress-persons during the November elections. I am not sure I was clear on this topic, so let me reiterate my view.
It is my solid belief that we should vote ALL Democrats out of office - even the ones who voted against the Obamacare. Who wants to take the chances with Democrats? They voted against welfarism yesterday, we vote them back into office today, and they vote for welfarism tomorrow. There are no guarantees in politics. American citizens should follow the so-called "precautionary principle" when making a decision on their vote this November.
The best scientific illustration of the "precautionary principle" was given in the movie "Casino". Here are a few quotes that the readers may find entertaining:
Nicky Santoro: When it looked like they could get twenty-five years to life in prison just for skimming a casino, sick or no f*ckin' sick you knew people were going to get clipped.
Vinny Forlano: He won't talk. Stone is a good kid. Stand-up guy, just like his old man. That's the way I see it.
Vincent Borelli: I agree. He's solid. A f*ckin' Marine.
Americo Capelli: He's okay. He always was. Remo, what do you think?
Remo Gaggi: Look... why take a chance? At least, that's the way I feel about it.
Belief in the welfare socialism is like a virus, and it is certain that 70- 80% of the Democrat party apparatchiks have caught the bug. Do you really want to vote for someone who in all likelihood was bitten by Karl Marx? I say - waste those bustards at the voting polls in November, and let God of Elections sort them out.