Tag: Democrats

What ails the Democratic Party in the 22 elections? Can it be diagnosed? Can it be cured?

Democratic Electoral Malady, Diagnosis: White Racial Animus!


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What ails the Democratic Party in the run up to the 22 elections? Can it be diagnosed? Can it be cured? Yes, Yes, and YES! Will they? Who knows? Ye Olde Blogge does!

How can I help save our democracy?

Call Your Members of Congress: The Save Our Democracy, edition


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As the Trump insurrection riot and TOO response makes clear, our democracy is under direct attack. The GOP really is actively trying to destroy our democracy. It is now all hands on deck. We all have to fight against the conservative authoritarian power grab. One way to do that is to be an engaged, informed, and organized voter. It means keeping up with what your MoM is doing and contacting them frequently. Luckily Indivisible has just the guide to show us how.

Fear of Change; Embracing Change

Trump vs. Obama: a new theory of why Republicans and Democrats fight – Vox


A re-blogging of an interview of March Hetherington by Exra Klein on Vox.com. They discuss Hetherington and Weiler’s theory that the political divide between Repubes and Dems is based on how each side views the world. The Repubes view the world as fundamentally dangerous, the Dems as safer. I add that makes Repubes risk averse and Dems risk tolerant. Let me know what you think in the comments.

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