Loads of people in this country are angry. About a federal government that recruits immigrants, legal and illegal, for population replacement. About a federal judiciary that overturns any law voted by state residents that disagrees with their Lordships' neo-Marxist ideology. About slanted news reporting by the mass media, tailored to meet the needs of the ruling class that we looked at in the previous posting. About official racial bias against whites, and minorities who will never give up playing the victim even as they benefit from legally enforced preferences. And so much more.
The trouble is ... nobody knows what to do with the anger.
The Left has taken over every civic institution, from grade schools to the State Department to the government bureaucracies. The Supreme Court now exercises ultimate authority that cannot be overridden -- an authority nowhere authorized in the Constitution, but what do they care? The egomaniac Chief Justice John Marshall asserted it, a snakebite toxin that has been flowing through the national veins since and has now reached the heart.
How do you play a game where the other side makes the rules and defines the terms?
The Resistance (including the Tea Partyers, a handful of Republicans often scorned in their own party, a few media figures like Glenn Beck) get belligerent, but it's noise and the Left Establishment knows it. They've got the power and can afford to let their opponents blow off steam, although people like that really shouldn't be allowed to criticize their Ivy League and ethnic grievance industry masters.
There are local pockets, even states, where the Resistance is strong. But it doesn't matter when the country is no longer a republic where state power can stand against the Washington behemoth.
Anger by itself will avail nothing. And while it would be emotionally satisfying to pry loose a bunch of incumbents from their Washington sinecures, and above all to vote out the Failed Messiah, I'm not sure it would be more than a gesture. Majority leaders and presidents come and go. The bureaucracy and judiciary have lifetime jobs.
What to do, then?
For whatever it's worth, I think the best hope lies in state (not individual) civil disobedience. Do you imagine anyone in Washington would dare send the Army into Arizona to enforce open borders? A president who tried that would be taken into custody for his own protection.
We have to do something besides being angry. Ask yourself: what, when, how, and what cost you are willing to bear.