Dear Establishment Democrats,
Thank you so much for inviting me to your Impeachment Party. It's really great to hear you've finally found something to nail Trump with. Good for you! You've been looking so hard these past three years. So nice to see all that effort finally pay off!
(Of course, some might say you should have spent that time looking for solutions to all the problems the country is facing, but hey, let's not get crazy! Right?)
I was sitting underneath the shade of oak tree, bad season for cypress, actually. Then, whilst musing to myself, as most users are wont to do....no, an apple didn't not impact my cranium, a curious thing occurred, i. e., a thought occurred to me concerning political polling.
Democrats like to lose. That's my thesis for today.
When I was a young man, I came to the realization that the political parties weren't operating in good faith. Republicans were perfectly willing to thwart plans they previously championed if there was a chance a Democrat was going to get the credit for it. And when it comes to successful economic measures which would lift society up from poverty ... forgettaboutit!
And they are so fucking stupid, Very few Dems are willing to admit how it is now apparent that Trump simultaneously outplayed them on two, disparate levels simultaneously with one tweet. The previous sentence is the product of Tim Pool, whom I have discovered to hold political values similar to my own, who once was a Berniecrat, but disappointed like me.
Here's the gist:
Remember the famous rhyme lots of us learned in childhood? You know the one that starts "eenie, meenie, minie, moe"? I have paraphrased that rhyme consistent with the unfolding of the following essay:
Eenie, meenie, minie, moe
Catch a tiger by the tail.
When the tiger snarls,
You better bail.
The super-rich have decided to pool their vast resources and have decided to issue resource offers, made secret to you or I or anyone in the mass public, to anyone willing to run for President as a Democrat.
"Just opposing Trump isn't enough" is simple common sense.
However, we are starting to accumulate evidence to back up this statement.
For instance, let's consider the article of faith behind #McResistance.
I've lost all patience with moderates, centrists, incrementalists and mainstream establishment democrats who think the status quo is not so bad, just needs a little tweaking around the edges. They'd be satisfied just getting rid of Trump – which is fine as far as that goes, it just doesn't go nearly far enough.
I really don't like Pelosi. I can say that I voted against her (twice) and I don't regret it.
But I've been forced to support her for Speaker because of who is opposing her now.
If these was ever any doubt that Democrats hate leftists more than they hate conservatives, consider who they can forgive. Let's start with George W. Bush.