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Does the Democratic Party understand that the 2020 election is going to hinge on voters in a handful of purple states? The Republican and Democratic bases are set. The Electoral College, not midterm math, applies. It is possible that the election will be very close.

It’s unclear, then, why the top candidates are talking about things like reparations, how cool Pete Buttigieg’s hubby is on Twitter, why we must have a woman (vice?) president, how AOC/Omar (D-Late Night) are the future, how Stacey Adams got cheated and so deserves to be at least a senator, identity politics, trans-anything, and #MuellerPutinTaxesGate.

Democrats are blinkered to the gulf between social media and the real world. A significant number of mainstream journalists live in the former, so disgusted by Trump that in the third year of his administration they still cannot accept that people actually voted for him. (Esquire‘s political columnist added an asterisk to the word “president“ to signify that the election was bogus.)

Tweet “Trump is literally fascist Hitler y’all,” and you’ll be liked and agreed into a self-reinforcing coma.


Shades of 1972 when liberals in their echo chamber kept repeating;"How could Nixon be re-elected? I don't know anyone that voted for him."
Polls suggest gender and race are not decisive factors for most Democratic voters. Too few people talking to each other create narrow, and wrong, impressions. Clicks are not votes.

Trump is still the only president since the Soviet Union fell who hasn’t dragged the country into a new war
And he has attempted to extract us from Syria & Afghanistan.

Outside the Washington-New York-Twitter Corridor, things are different. House Democrats pushing for the release of the Mueller report say they are not hearing much interest in the subject from their constituents back home. “The vast majority of what I hear is about kitchen-table issues,” a Michigan representative said. Because, while the Dems might not have much to offer, the voters have their own lists.

at some point, Medicare for All has to move beyond a slogan and explain how the government will simply do away with the multi-billion-dollar private insurance business, force doctors to change how and how much they are paid, legislate drug prices and institute cost controls for all medical services to keep the system from going broke (you need all this: that’s how it works in other countries), and, of course, explain how to fund it.
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I understand there will be a return of the old Wendy's commercial asking
"Where's the beef?????".

Howie52
Somehow or other, the Democratic Party finds candidates that seem to be the result
of inbreeding.
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<at some point, Medicare for All has to move beyond a slogan and explain how the government will simply do away with the multi-billion-dollar private insurance business, force doctors to change how and how much they are paid, legislate drug prices and institute cost controls for all medical services to keep the system from going broke (you need all this: that’s how it works in other countries), and, of course, explain how to fund it.>


One does not need a particularly long memory to recall how derisive dems and their media bretheren were in lockstep mocking and criticizing Sara Palin when she spoke of death panels. It was screamed loudly every single day with intense condescension.

Yet in addition to all you describe, there are other things that will turn off all but the most die hard socialists. In other high profile places with government run healthcare you pay through the nose in high taxes on your salary and huge added taxes on everything you purchase. For all that cost, you get to have incredibly long waiting times, lack of new equipment and non approvals for needed treatments and surgeries. If time is of the essence, a ten month wait to see a specialist is commonplace. After that, there are additional waits for further tests or or to begin a course of treatment.

Recently, we hear about seniors denied cataract surgery because they are above the allowed treatment age. They are deemed too old to waste any of the systems valuable resources on. A number of people will die from delayed or denied treatments. That is not an unfortunate occurrence. It is all part of the plan. IOW, that is how it is supposed to work.

So, why in the world would you not call those whose job is to delay and deny treatments death panels? I can't think of a term that comes close to describing it better.



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