There Must Be No Doubt: Vote

Every election, either ‘Puter or the Czar reminds you that the price of a democratic republic is the vote. You don’t vote, you don’t complain.

In this mid-term election, in particular, every vote counts. Leave work early. Get home later. Whichever is required, but vote.

Today’s election will be historic: either for its record-breaking turnover from Democrat to Republican (that alone is notable) or its symbolic condemnation of liberal progressivism (that is even better), you want to be a part of it.

This may be, in fact, the closest you have ever seen to having politicians pay close attention to what you say. Hundreds of political jobs are on the line nationally, and thousands locally: no one is safe. Many of the incumbents put you, or your friends, or your family out of work. Return the freaking favor.

You have read here, and elsewhere, for months now about how terrified they are of you. Election fraud may not only be at its highest levels, but so has been the reporting and rejection of it.

And we cannot set the stage for 2012 without you casting a ballot today.

If you have voted already by the time you read this, you have our salute. If you are on your way, get going. If you will later, do not forget. There can be no doubt this time around.

About The Czar of Muscovy

Божію Поспѣшествующею Милостію Мы, Дима Грозный Императоръ и Самодержецъ Всероссiйскiй, цѣсарь Московскiй. The Czar was born in the steppes of Russia in 1267, and was cheated out of total control of all Russia by upon the death of Boris Mikhailovich, who replaced Alexander Yaroslav Nevsky in 1263. However, in 1283, our Czar was passed over due to a clerical error and the rule of all Russia went to his second cousin Daniil (Даниил Александрович), whom Czar still resents. As a half-hearted apology, the Czar was awarded control over Muscovy, inconveniently located 5,000 miles away just outside Chicago. He now spends his time seething about this and writing about other stuff that bothers him.