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.
In this post, I'll break down the shitshow that was the Iowa Caucus. Then, I'll transition to the New Hampshire primary, which is today. This primary cycle is on track to be an absolute repugnant display of """democracy""", and it needs to be unpacked thoroughly.
The fact that Bernie Sanders supporters are firm in their support and don't change their support on a whim makes democrats think it's a cult, but really, it's just mass support of a worldview that only one candidate comes near.
The "cult of personality" accusation is pure projection from democrats who actually do support people based on personality.
Yes, Trump is a Saudi Arabia sycophant. But we only hear about that so much because fellow Saudi sycophants want US-Saudi relations to remain secretive.
Lock Him up!
Wonder what’s going on with all this impeachment stuff? Us too! Here’s the play by play of the all the action.
Christian Patterson 2019-01-22 Underground Mall I got an interesting reply on my post "The U.S. as a one-party state, and the class-character of governments". Basically, the comment suggests that, yes, there's little difference between Democrats and Republicans (anyone with an ounce of critical thinking skills can see that), but Donald Trump is outside of this … Continue reading Response to a Trump Supporter’s response to the class character of the U.S. government
Christian Patterson 2018-11-25 Underground Mall (Happy Thanksgiving!) South Park Republicans was an often evoked idea throughout the 2000s. It signified the strain of libertarianism, or pseudo-libertarian thinking, that would transition to the Ron Paul side of Republicans in 2008. Now, South Park Republicans as a societal movement don't really exist anymore, due to the Ron … Continue reading Family Guy liberals – the inverse of South Park Republicans