You can call her what you want, but if this is the democrat platform, they are going to win and win big.
There is a lot of anger outside FR and the Beltway over economic factors right now, and to ignore it and just sling names at the opposition is a big loser.
“There is a lot of anger outside FR and the Beltway over economic factors right now,”
Really? We’re in the middle of hot economy and you are saying that “economic factors” have people in uproar?
What economic factors and who is it in an uproar?
Moonbats think everything is bad, but the rest are out buying houses.
“There is a lot of anger outside FR and the Beltway over economic factors right now...”
Anger about what? Other than high gas prices I can’t see anything really bad going on.
What economic factors?
Our economy is the ENVY OF THE WORLD. Our interest rates are near the lowest levels of the last 30 years.
Our unemployment rate is lower than the average during the Clinton years--even lower than most economists ever said was possible without inflation (most economists used to call 5% the lowest possible unemployment rate without inflation).
Even gas prices--adjusted for inflation are about the same as they were 25 years ago.
The stock market (meaning everyone's IRA's and 401k's too) are at all time record highs.
Home ownership is at the highest level EVER.
Yep, good reason to be angry about our economy (rolling eyes). /s
More anger than over illegal immigration? Think there is ANY connection between the questionable statistic and relentless liberal media propaganda around the 'widening gap' and the 20 million illegals in the USA? For every native family that has moved up we've let 4 Mexican families in at the bottom.
By failing to note this fact the great myth of the 'disapearing middle class' has been created and hawked endlessly. A variation of the 'homeless crisis' that appears with every Republican administration, and miraculously disapears with the innaguration of a Democratic one.
Which isn't to say you're not right, you probably are. It's likely to be a winning strategy. Just like the "culture of corruption" was. Just about as real, too.
Regardless of what people feel, or have been innudated with propaganda to believe, there is absolute proof that going further down the Socialist spiral, while perhaps emotionally appealing (now we are socking it to those fat-cat CEOS!) always results in reduced prosperity
“to ignore...the anger over economic factors...and just sling names at the opposition is a big loser...”
maybe so, but it sure feels good.