Democrats do not deserve to live in a democracy

They want to be taken care of, not run their own lives. They want others to feed them, clothe them and house them, not produce and earn these things for themselves. They believe they can remain personally free where they are dependent on others for much of what they receive. But the issue is much much more than just their ignorance.

Donald Trump was elected president and is president based on the rules of the democratic game. The Democrats are using every means they can devise – legal, quasi-legal and illegal – to overturn that election. Their media conspirators are in it up to the hilt, lying at every turn, downplaying and even ignoring any news that shows a positive picture of America that can be attributed to the president. They lie and cheat at every turn. They are corrupt and dishonest. And on their side there is no disgust or shame in what they are doing. There are no higher principles they are defending.

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35 Responses to Democrats do not deserve to live in a democracy

  1. Tom says:

    Whatever the left accuses its enemies of is exactly what the left itself is or is doing. “America is a fascist country!” What AOC means is that she is a power-hungry, anti-democratic, anti-American fascist.

    You should road-test that projection theory. It works every time. Spooky.

  2. I_am_not_a_robot says:

    Ocasio-Cortez’s model for the US economy could be summarised:

    “Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state”.

    (Benito Mussolini).

  3. bemused says:

    But this is exactly how many on the Left (the Greens especially) see Australia.

  4. Cui Bono says:

    Tanya Plibersek advising them.

  5. The Fifth Bike Rider of the Apocalypse says:

    The thing that I find mind boggling is that people actually believe the BS that AOC sprouts.

    But then on the other hand, a lot of people believe in klimate change.

    Apart from me, and people who think as I do, the world has gone bonkers.

  6. mh says:

    The Democrats are in for a big shock in 310 days.

  7. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    anyone would think it’s time for a revolution against soft and hard socialism

  8. Up The Workers! says:

    If it were not for their consistent stupidity, incompetence and deceit, the Dumbocrats and Leftard Parties in general, would have no standards at all to guide them.

  9. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    But then on the other hand, a lot of people believe in klimate change.

    astrology, chakras, negative energy, the law of attraction. the list of crap wyminses and betas believe in is never ending.

  10. 2dogs says:

    They want to be taken care of, not run their own lives. They want others to feed them, clothe them and house them, not produce and earn these things for themselves. They believe they can remain personally free where they are dependent on others for much of what they receive.

    The solution is, then, that both sides should be given full autonomy over their respective affairs, each independent of the other.

  11. a happy little debunker says:

    AOC, Dumb as a box of hammers – without the inherent usefulness of a box and totally unable to nail anything!

  12. Some History says:

    More “profundity” from AOC

    https://imgur.com/y4U1kRd

  13. Petros says:

    Klimate Khange Kult perhaps Fifth Bike Rider?

  14. Rafiki says:

    Responding to an interjection from the crowd: ‘Fascism is what we have. And what we are evolving into’. Such incoherent speech is all too common. Trump’s response is to bang into it hard. ScoMo has not shown much inclination to do so. OTOH, Trump gives too much latitude to his enemies to attack him on legitimate grounds.

  15. max says:

    As We Go Marching by John T. Flynn

    John T. Flynn’s classic work from 1944 on how wartime planning brought fascism to America.

    https://fee.org/resources/as-we-go-marching/

  16. John A says:

    max #3274723, posted on December 29, 2019 at 1:24 pm

    As We Go Marching by John T. Flynn

    and

    American Betrayal by Diana West

  17. Muddy says:

    Yet here we are, on the very highest peak of Moral Righteousness, pretending that the clouds that surround us are symbolic of our purity rather than obstructions to a clear view; that the lack of oxygen affecting our cognitive processes produces wisdom rather than hallucinations, while the world we think we inhabit (and understand), fragments far below us.

    “So what do you expect us to do?” I imagine some of you may ask.
    The answer is that if you have to ask the question, you are incapable of understanding the answer.
    The ego and hubris is not helping us.

  18. OldOzzie says:

    From Open Forum

    Manhattan Institute – Issues 2020: A Fracking Ban Would Trigger Global Recession

    The Narrative

    “I will ban fracking—everywhere.”[1]
    — Elizabeth Warren

    “Any proposal to avert the climate crisis must include a full fracking ban on public and private lands.”[2]
    — Bernie Sanders

    “I favor a ban on new fracking and a rapid end to existing fracking.”[3]
    — Pete Buttigieg

    Reality

    The extraction of oil and gas through the techniques of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing (colloquially, “fracking”) has catapulted the United States into leadership of the world’s energy markets. Since 2007, fracking has doubled U.S. oil production and increased gas production by 60%. Instead of a major importer, America is rapidly becoming the largest exporter of oil and is expected to supply the majority of net new energy traded on global markets over the next two decades.

    If the U.S. imposed a fracking ban, the supply disruption would trigger the biggest oil and natural gas price spikes in history—almost certainly by more than 200%—which would, in turn, tip the world into recession. Even the expectation that a ban could be enacted would destabilize markets. U.S. imports and the trade imbalance would soar, as would consumers’ spending on energy. To keep the lights on, America would have to nearly double the quantity of coal burned, as well as import up to 1 million barrels of oil per day for dual-fueled power plants that would lose access to natural gas.

    A long and excellent read with good footnotes

  19. Fat Tony says:

    Rafiki
    #3274708, posted on December 29, 2019 at 1:03 pm
    ………OTOH, Trump gives too much latitude to his enemies to attack him on legitimate grounds.

    Merely stating something does not make it a fact, Rafiki.

    Could you please give factual examples to prove this assertion.

    thanks

  20. Nighthawk the Elder says:

    From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary on the origins of the word fascism.

    The English words fascism and fascist are borrowings from Italian fascismo and fascista, derivatives of fascio (plural fasci), “bundle, fasces, group.” Fascista was first used in 1914 to refer to members of a fascio, or political group. In 1919, fascista was applied to the black-shirted members of Benito Mussolini’s organization, the Fasci di combattimento (“combat groups”), who seized power in Italy in 1922. Playing on the word fascista, Mussolini’s party adopted the fasces, a bundle of rods with an ax among them, as a symbol of the Italian people united and obedient to the single authority of the state. The English word fascist was first used for members of Mussolini’s fascisti, but it has since been generalized to those of similar beliefs.

    You would think Occasional Cortex would be thrilled the US was a fascist country. The quote above from Il Duce, provided by I am not a robot, would be the goal of her and her schizophrenic antifa ilk, who are busy protesting the very political philosophy they actively embrace.

    Fascism is just another side of the collectivist coin. How the heck it gets applied to individualism and personal endeavour is beyond me.

  21. Paul says:

    Unortunately AOC and her flock of Twittard’s ….. make a lot of noise … Empty Vessels rule !

  22. Mother Lode says:

    Progressives want us to bow to the authority of a braying eel-monger barmaid, a rambling near-octogenarian shock-mopped dotard, and a hissing shuddering Swedish pressure-cooker of misanthropic loathing.

    And they still insist they are the intelligent rational ones.

  23. Another Ian says:

    Fifth Bike Rider

    “The thing that I find mind boggling is that people actually believe the BS that AOC sprouts.

    But then on the other hand, a lot of people believe in klimate change.”

    Quite a bit of overlap there so don’t be fooled by someone who adds the two to get a bigger number

  24. Another Ian says:

    The perfect response to anyone who claims that Trump has “done nothing”

    “11-Page Outline of Trump Administration Accomplishments…”

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/12/28/11-page-outline-of-trump-administration-accomplishments/

  25. David says:

    AOC is a puppet. Much like Greta.

  26. Candy says:

    AOC is not dumb. She is setting the scene to be President of a socialist USA in years to come.
    Only Trump stands in the way. She and Pelosi are desperate to have him killed off in one way or another. He simply cannot be able to win in 2020.
    Ms Pelosi must be one of the richest socialists in the world. She will fight Trump to the end to retain her power and wealth.

  27. Rafiki says:

    Fat Tony at 1.03
    His inept (at the very least) handling of Ukrainian affairs is a prime example. And today we have his retweeting of a tweet naming the ‘whistleblower’. I understand this may involve a criminal offence. Deleting the retweet won’t change this.

  28. Tel says:

    If the U.S. imposed a fracking ban, the supply disruption would trigger the biggest oil and natural gas price spikes in history—almost certainly by more than 200%—which would, in turn, tip the world into recession.

    The fossil fuel supply-side has plenty of material … however Iran’s oil is blocked from the international market, Libya is horribly unstable, Russia is under sanctions, Venezuela keeps punching itself in the face and Saudi Arabia’s facilities got blown up by jihadi fighters with homemade drones.

    If I didn’t know better, I would think someone was actively trying to keep oil scarce. But that’s crazy talk, who would do such a thing?

  29. Fat Tony says:

    Rafiki
    #3275162, posted on December 29, 2019 at 11:23 pm
    I understand this may involve a criminal offence.

    Yet you’re not concerned what the Bidens and Pelosi have done?

  30. Rafiki says:

    Tony
    Well yes, but I was speaking about media attacks on Trump for what he does. If a centre-right politicians think the media will jump on their indiscretions and mistakes more readily than leftists (and note how the ABC behaves), then it is sensible for them to take more care.

    The Donald makes too many avoidable mistakes.

  31. Jef says:

    To begin with , we need to stop listening to such fake news media such as , CNN, New York Times, Washington Post, the ABC. in particular. They are the devils out to create evil on this planet.

  32. Penguinite says:

    So a 30 year old twerp with a BA and, Probably, Venezuelan/Cuban etc antecedence wants to talk about democracy. Don’t make me laugh! My mirth is fully occupied with our own Green clowns!

  33. Kneel says:

    “The Donald makes too many avoidable mistakes.”

    I guess that depends on what you mean by a mistake.

    He is leading by telling us what he thinks on real issues.
    If he’s wrong on popular opinion, why did he get elected?
    If he got elected as the least bad alternative, what does that say about the rest of the field?
    If he got elected to “drain the swamp” and is certainly and obviously trying to do that, is that a mistake?
    If the swamp keeps fighting back with their MSM mates, does that make his impression of what real people want wrong?
    When at his rallies, people cheer when he says the MSM is “the enemy of the people”, is he mistaken?

    The swamp creatures despise him, because he’s an outsider and doesn’t play by the unofficial rules they created to help line each others pockets.
    The MSM despise him because by his use of twitter, he has removed their ability to distort his messages.
    He certainly makes mistakes, but doesn’t “double down” on them – he learns, and doesn’t make the same mistake again.
    What’s not to like?

  34. Rafiki says:

    Kneel
    I explained just above by what I meant by a mistake.

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