Democrats think of the Republican party as criminal oppresionalists. Just as the Bolshevik party viewed the Czarist system in Russia. And communists like the democratic party of today have sold their agenda using the same ideas ever sense. It works because people are moved by what they perceive as an immediate need for change because of perceived injustice. Injustice doesn't need to be there, people ignorant of specific realities just need to think its there, thats why it works. They just need people to think its there, and they'll sell it. The agenda has had footing ever sense and always will. They like feeling that they're an important part of a movement for positive change.
Have they ever been? Is the criminalization of the Republican party truly an honest protest and intellectually honest view by the dems? Has it been that and been portrayed as that in the media honestly or just to further their opinion of social reality? Both I think because they believe it's true but it's never actually an intelligent broad view of the nature of humanity and social mechanisms.
The Republican Party has gained such power because of the same reason. Republicans are moved by a perceived threat or damaging social engineering that the democrats have perpetrated for decades. The key to the voting block, any voting block, any voter is to tell them the other guy is doing something bad and is something doesn't happen soon much damage will be done. Republicans have lost interest and energy for support because we are winning by so much. Hence, no need, perceived by them, (the average voter), to feel anything, to be moved. Threaten the people with the harms of the progressive movement, thats our only hope. Stand by everything stated in this destructive depressing communist agenda.
That is going to be the rallying cry for the Democrats this election and in 2008. You know, change for change sake.
posted on 01/10/2006 10:26:14 AM PST
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