On the Left: What's the difference? Plenty

Source: Daily Republic - View Original Article
Published: May 04, 2020
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Policies:

LGBT Rights
Social Security Privatization

Sentiments

98% "Thanks, Newt, for today's civil war.""
97% "Karl planned the massive voter suppression we see today in conservative states.""
95% "Rejection of the majority is a rejection of democracy.""
86% "Newt was the inventor of the permanent campaign and the permanent political war against liberal traitors, a favorite word.""
85% "For instance, for this election, one party will do something about health care and drug prices, and one won't.""
84% "The retort: First, you're hearing more socialistic talk on the left in response to the disgraceful financial-gorging and downsizing done by our economic elites ..."
82% "This war has to be fought with a scale and duration and savagery that is only true of civil wars.""
81% "He began the uncivil alliterative such as daffy duck, and looney left, and the constant warning of impending doom for America because of liberalism.""
80% "One party will do something about guns and one won't.""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

98% : Thanks, Newt, for today's civil war.
97% : Karl planned the massive voter suppression we see today in conservative states.
95% : Rejection of the majority is a rejection of democracy.
86% : Wow, crazy.
86% : Newt was the inventor of the permanent campaign and the permanent political war against liberal "traitors," a favorite word.
85% : For instance, for this election, one party will do something about health care and drug prices, and one won't.
84% : The retort: First, you're hearing more socialistic talk on the left in response to the disgraceful financial-gorging and downsizing done by our economic elites during the past 40 years.
82% : "This war has to be fought with a scale and duration and savagery that is only true of civil wars."
81% : He began the uncivil alliterative such as "daffy duck," and "looney left," and the constant warning of impending doom for America because of liberalism.
80% : One party will do something about guns and one won't.
80% : George Bush was a failed president by the end of his first term, but Karl put gay rights initiatives on the ballot in swing states and the result was four more years of Bush, who went on to try to cut Social Security.
79% : That's ruthless and extreme.
78% : . Newt was the inventor of over-the-top rhetoric so sacred to today's right.
77% : It's also wrong.
77% : He started the war against the "elite media."
73% : The fact is, now with Trump, William Barr and McConnell leading, radical conservatism is destroying the country.
70% : We've just witnessed a very serious impeachment trial over Donald Trump's solicitation of foreign help in an election.
68% : First, you hear from the right that the Democratic Party is "not the party of JFK; it's way more radical now.
63% : Action, reaction.
59% : Newt Gingrich impeached anyway, waging political war over something minor.
57% : But the Democrats remain solidly capitalistic.
56% : During Barack Obama's presidency, Mitch McConnell in the Senate and John Boehner in the House refused for six years to even consider any Democratic bill.
54% : He initiated this business of being "primaried out" of Congress.
53% : There's Karl Rove, advisor to Bush II who used homophobia to divide Americans and ignite fear of a fake radical "homosexual agenda."
52% : He closed down the government in 1996 trying to cut Medicare
51% : A "civil war" had to be waged.
50% : In fact, the whole party has become radical.
50% : Both Rove and Gingrich believe victory lies in "firing up the base," not appealing to the center.
47% : Grover Norquist comes to mind.
46% : The ground had been prepared.
45% : He took out Speaker Jim Wright in 1988, screaming that Wright was "out to destroy America."
42% : The Dems have four genuine radicals that talk about "democratic socialism.
41% : Four out of 278.
39% : But instead, the country languished for purely political reasons.
37% : What liberal compares?
36% : Today, Republicans cannot deviate from the party line or they'll be purged in the next election.
33% : One party will try to raise workers' income and the other will raise the income of the 1 percent.
33% : The difference between the parties has grown mile-wide.
33% : They can't vote their consciences like Democrats can.
33% : You can see that Trump did not come out of nowhere.
31% : " I've written on this before.
30% : The Republican Party has become the radical one; the Democrats are pretty normal.
30% : I can think of no Democrats who compare to these characters.
29% : Compare that to the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
19% : He's a major reason why the GOP has become a spineless rubber stamp.
16% : Second, I could simply say back to conservatives, "The GOP is not the party of Reagan or either Bush I or Bush II."
16% : If they had allowed their members to vote their consciences they, together with Democratic votes, they would have passed much-needed legislation, just as the Founders had envisioned.
15% : Republicans have been playing with the basic tenants of a democratic society since Reagan.
10% : Have you ever heard this: "There ain't a lick of difference between the two parties; they're all rotten"?
8% : Clinton had a 10-minute affair in the Oval Office that did not threaten the Constitution nor the operation of the government.

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