Democrats just say it like it's true, but as far as I can tell, they're functionally the same. Biden's made it clear he won't fight for the negligible policy differences he has from Trump anyway.
Since Bernie dropped out, we're left with the same hellhole American political landscape. But now, socialism isn't a bad word. As communists, we can embrace that leftward rhetorical shift and continue shifting it.
The Bernie campaign used the "socialism for the rich" talking point. And now that campaign is suspended, we should suspend the use of that rhetoric.
American ideology reduces enemies of the US to the worst, decontextualized moments in their history. The way to counter this is talk about countries like China, North Korea, Cuba etc, with the same historical context offered to Canada or western Europe.
Everything is capable of being true, and nothing is true until the elites curate it into a narrative for you.
At the meeting, the only "lively" moment was a vote on whether to have an internet forum for the chapter. The discussion illuminated internal DSA politics in a weird way.
Mahathir was Prime Minister 1981 to 2003. He returned to politics in 2018 out of spite, to dethrone his former protege. Now he's retiring at 94 years old, and threw the Malaysian government into disarray.
Step back from the day-to-day soap opera: Sanders will be the nom with the popular vote. Or, Bloomberg will be given the nom at the convention, and then the democratic party must be destroyed.
Democrats only know how to campaign by telling on the mean kids to the recess teacher, because they learned nothing from 2016.
You might not realize it because poor-hatred is so engrained into our society, but you actually, literally hate poor people, and people of color too.