If Democrats insist on keep moving far left to get away from President Trump, they can kiss the midterms goodbye…
Socialism has never worked and never will. So why do the majority of Democrats want to give it another try?
It’s too late, they can’t put the genie back in the bottle, so to speak!
Donald Trump is a divisive, unpopular president. Throughout 2018, his disapproval rating has remained above 50 percent, sometimes topping his approval rating by more than 16 points.
Given this unprecedented opportunity for the midterms, it seems like all the Democratic Party has to do is sit back, remain calm and not screw this up.
President Trump is known to charge up his supporters at his pro-wrestling-style rallies, but the fact that he even exists charges up his critics even more. Whether it’s a bizarre tweet, an offensive comment or just an abrupt change in White House personnel, many Democrats have come unglued.
To be fair, it’s hard to blame them.
Two years ago, they held the most powerful bully pulpit in the world and seemed headed for an easy return to the White House.
For many, the shock of the November 2016 election is yet to be processed; a strange bug in The Matrix that needs to be fixed so the country can get back to the presumed norm of Democratic ascendancy.
But in overreacting to this strange presidency, their prospects for the November 2018 elections could dim. Despite the predictions of a mammoth blue wave washing over Congress, there are troubling signs for Team Donkey.
A Gallup poll this week discovered that, for the first time, Democrats have a more positive image of socialism than they do of capitalism. Fifty-seven percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaners support the state-run economic system, while just 47 percent support free enterprise.
Did these people fall asleep in history class during the lectures about the Soviet Union and the Khmer Rouge? Miss the past few years of Venezuelans unable to find medicine, milk or toilet paper? Forget that just last month, Nicaraguan strongman Daniel Ortega shot up a bunch of university students in a church? More
“There is no difference between Communism and Socialism, except in the means of achieving the same ultimate end; Communism proposes to enslave men by force, Socialism – by vote. It is merely the difference between murder and suicide.” – Ayn Rand
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