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      This op-ed criticizes the Femocratic Party for its weakness and infighting, its inability to stand for anything. I would be a little harsher in condemning ID politics and neoliberal centrism, but this is pretty good at explaining why the average person is not attracted to the party of the donkey.

      Democrats can’t win elections and can’t govern, so stop supporting them and send your money somewhere that will actually help (

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      I really like the idea of progressives somehow donating to union strike funds for the simple reason that my union doesn’t have such a fund at all and we may well be striking in a few months. I’m all for supporting direct actions. I’m also in favor of all progressives stopping donating to all Democrats, at least at the national level, because they are such proven frauds. It’s refreshing to see an oped piece like this in Business Insider.

      But…the author doesn’t get that the Democratic Party is a right-wing party that is so corrupt it would far rather lose elections than move to the left in any significant way. And Democrats lie. A lot. At least as much as Republicans, which is also a lot. They would have to do a lot to win any of my trust back, and I don’t see that happening. Ever.

      Never let your morals stop you from doing the right thing.--Isaac Asimov

      The United States is also a one-party state but, with typical American extravagance, they have two of them.--Julius Nyerere

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      Ronald Reagan: “Ask yourself, are you better off today than you were four years ago?”

      and Bill Clinton: “It’s the economy, stupid.”

      “Democrats and Republicans keep passing the leadership torch back and forth while communities around the country are sinking in the mud.” — Andrew Yang






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