Today's the Missouri primary elections, and since we're not (yet) blessed with a benevolent Catholic monarch, and we're still subject to mob rule, I guess should vote. And since there's no Carlist, French legitimist, or Jacobite slate, and since I live in an area completely dominated by the corrupt Democratic machine (as opposed to JoCo, which is completely dominated by the corrupt liberal, brie-eating Republican machine), I'm going to vote in the Democratic primary.
Of course, I'm only going to do so to vote against the evil, pro-death, pro-buggery, pro-tyranny Jolie Justus (who's sent us 2 more slick, union-printed flyers since I last commented). Don't know, and don't care, who the other candidates are. Should have gotten online and checked out the rest of the ballot so I could make sure my vote didn't go to other pro-death, pro-buggery, pro-tyranny candidates (or at least any such candidates that have a snowball's chance of winning).
(Not that it will do any good. With new touch-screen voting, it's going to be so much easier and cheaper for the political machine to rig the election in favor of the bad guys than it was before. They only have to buy off one computer geek now. So much easier than registering cemetary residents under the federal voter registration fraud promotion act).
And while I'm there, I'll pray to the good king, St. Louis, that he'll intercede for us and end this insane, masonic experiment in so-called "representative democracy" before it gets really ugly.
Viva Cristo Rey! (and in the meantime, go Mike Flaherty!)
BTW, insofar as we have to suffer under universal sufferage, I would suggest that we make it a little MORE universal. Everyone should have a vote; however, that vote is cast by a parent or guardian in the case of a citizen who is under 18 years of age or otherwise dependent (except in the case of wards of the state; we can't give bureaucrats the right to vote more than once; they shouldn't have the right to vote at all). That would give our big Catholic families a voice, eh?