President Trump: A Cheap Price for a Progressive Democrat in 2020

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I see the Trump presidency as the price we must pay to change the Democratic party.

To be sure, it is an expensive price. But it is necessary if we are ever to have a progressive Democratic party. But in that regard, Trump is a bargain.

In it’s current iteration, the Democratic party is a mouthpiece for Wall Street. It is owned by Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Ag, and the military-industrial complex.

It is a war party. A corrupt party. A party indistinguishable from the Republican establishment.

Hillary Clinton was the poster child of the establishment. She and her sycophants would have strangled any progressive efforts to change the party’s leadership or legislative agenda.

Thankfully, she was defeated.

With Hillary gone, Democrats will have the chance to rebound in 2018 and the chance to nominate and elect a true progressive in 2020.

My choice to lead the party is Bernie Sanders.

I hope he runs in 2020.

If not Bernie, we have Tulsi, Nina, Keith.

Trump has made sure it will not be Hillary.

Thank you, Mr President-elect.

 

 

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5 thoughts on “President Trump: A Cheap Price for a Progressive Democrat in 2020

  1. I suspect even you might disagree with me Roland. But the Democratic Party is also “owned” by feminists, and their stake in the Democrat (and Republican) parties increases.

    While I don’t see feminism as the same type of immediate threat as Wall Street, Big Pharma and the rest, I do see it as cancerous; representing even a possible existential threat to civilized human society.

    Paradoxically, I also see feminism as almost a natural outgrowth of civilization; at least the type of civilization dominating the present landscape.

    The antidote to feminism though, is not necessarily its antecedent; though if left unchallenged I can envision a backlash from men and women demanding such.

    Rather, the solution I see is more practical and more enlightened. It would surely address core issues and concerns such as division of labor, among other factors while engendering true “equality”.

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  2. I suspect even you might disagree with me Roland. But the Democratic Party is also “owned” by feminists, and their stake in the Democrat (and Republican) parties increases. While I don’t see feminism as the same type of immediate threat as Wall Street, Big Pharma and the rest, I do see it as cancerous, representing even a possible existential threat to civilized human society. That said, I also see feminism as almost a natural outgrowth of civilization; at least the type of civilization dominating the present landscape. The antidote to feminism though, is not necessarily its antecedent; though if left to its own devices I can envision a backlash from men and women demanding such. Rather, the solution I see is more practical and more enlightened. It would surely address core issues and concerns such as division of labor among other factors while engendering true “equality”.

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