In Case of Fascism

Democrats say that Donald Trump is incredibly dangerous and cannot be allowed to ever be president again. If they really feel that way, why are they re-nominating Joe Biden? It’s not like he’s the strongest possible candidate.

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  • alex_the_tired
    January 31, 2024 7:29 AM

    I’m confused. Trump had four years in office. Where are the labor camps? Shouldn’t there be a sea of radioactive glass across wide portions of the Earth? Aren’t hot dogs now officially sandwiches, as per King Donald’s decree? I’m sure that Trump has the capacity to crash the system, but perhaps if the democrats had spent less effort and treasure sabotaging Sanders and working toward goals to alleviate pressure on the middle class and poor, they wouldn’t now be in a numbers game where Biden will lose five of the six battleground states by a sliver each.

  • > working toward goals to alleviate pressure on the middle class and poor

    When these attempts are thwarted at every turn by those who want the Democrats to look bad, it is hard to accomplish much. Regardless, Democrats need to focus on these goals, and maybe the voters will still remember by November, 2024.

  • The New York Times and most of their readers are convinced St Biden is one of our very best presidents: he stopped CoViD, brought back the jobs lost under Trump, brought back the great economy we had before Trump, and stopped Russia from bringing back the USSR and the Warsaw Pact. He and he alone got us out of Afghanistan, something no president had been able to do for 20 years. And he will soon teach Iran a lesson they’ll not soon forget.
    (Of course, if you’re not a dedicated New York Times/Washington Post, etc. reader and/or MSNBC watcher, you probably do not agree with any of this assessment.)

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