The entirety of the fiasco Monday night in Iowa is an allegory on the Democratic Party’s impulse toward top-down command and control for the benefit of party insiders.
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A Democrat from even a single generation ago doesn’t recognize the Democratic Party of 2019.
Democrats are instinctively aware that their effectiveness as a political force is gravely wounded and they’re acting accordingly.
Donald Trump’s real opposition comes from Anderson Cooper, Joe Scarborough, Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulus and the rest of the glittering galaxy of smug, condescending, self-satisfied elite media liberals.
The Atlanta Falcons before they are finished will completely understand how they blew the Super Bowl. You’d think that Democrats who lost a winnable election would want a similar understanding.
Trump has done something that gives most Republicans the vapors. He spoke the truth to black voters. He said out loud what most people think but never say.
Two questions. First: when is the last time you had even the slightest concern about drinking the water from your kitchen tap? Second: can you name a city in America under Republican leadership that is broke and dysfunctional?
That Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson – two complete political outsiders – are number one and two in the polls for the GOP nomination ahead of party blue bloods is instructive.
Increasingly, those who voted for the first time in 1992 can’t stop thinking about tomorrow because the prospect of tomorrow is keeping them awake nights.
Today’s Democratic Party has next to nothing in common with the middle class it so loudly proclaims to represent.