|4 people marked this as a favorite.|
thejeff wrote:It's funny that the Repubs claim to worship at the altar of St. Ronnie, but this DNC so far is full-on hope and brightness channeling "It's morning again in America."Scott Betts wrote:Yeah, the contrast is as extreme as I've ever seen it. Sure you can say it's all just talk, but the difference between the hate and fear the Republicans are trying to drum up and the emphasis the Democrats bring is just worlds apart.GM_Beernorg wrote:Watch the speeches from the RNC, then watch the speeches from the DNC. And come back here and tell me you don't see a meaningful difference between the two parties and the two candidates. You're buying into a cynical, fashionable view that the two are interchangeable that has zero basis in reality. It's reductionist, and harmful to discourse and democracy.
Giant douche or turd sandwich, you gotta pick one Stan!
I used to find this funny, now, I find it terrifying.
Ronnie wouldn't recognize this Republican Party - the nominee admires someone who claims the breakup of the USSR is the greatest disaster of the 20th century, owes a large part of his fortune to the same guy (and his lackeys), and might even be getting help from them. The rest of the party is passing bathroom bills, voter ID laws, and other nonsense that can best be summed up as 'solutions in search of problems', or as I like to call them, 'exactly the big government Reagan warned about'.