While the whole world is not watching, Democrats continue to debate themselves over the finer points of buying votes. In this greater theme, it was more like a steel cage match of Socialism vs. Communism. So far it usually seems to end in a draw.
Some people may say “you seen one Democrat debate you seen them all.” I sort of disagree because they are always trying to up their ante with the public. These candidates are the vacuum cleaner salesmen of the 50’s, trying anything they can to get your attention, to sell you a product you probably don’t want and can’t afford.
All framed under the rubric of everyone needs it. Just pick your preferred delivery means to get it. Sorry, no other options are available now. But a full compliment of accessories for their machine is being planned and built. And can Democrat candidates accessorize?
I have a new name for Democrats: the “we’re all socialists now” party. We can dispense with all that nonsense from over the years that they are not socialists and do not endorse socialism. At least now they are transparent about what they are.
It’s only a question of Marxist socialism or unabashed communism. They know it is considered forbidden fruit but it is so appealing to them. The gentle nudge tactic has given way to what amount of force is necessary to bring it all about? They are open on that question though have decided that the quicker the better. Like global warming, the time for debate is over — that is if there ever was one.
Of course, within this series of debates, it always comes back to how to pay for all these votes — I mean things. To that end, there is one dominant answer lurking: we just need to take a little more. Then they rattle off a list of top targets they plan on taking it from, for starters. But eventually it will come from everyone else, too. Only they need you to think there is some magical mine from which they will harvest all this necessary money.
By the way, it’s time government takes over the manufacturing of drugs as well.
So these salespeople of socialism will be back knocking on your door, again and again, with a can of dirt in one hand and a collection cup in the other, telling you “we just need to take a little bit more and then we’ll be good. Promise!” But you’ll love all the attachments.
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