Skip to comments.A Glimpse into the Political Future
Posted on 04/12/2014 5:47:11 AM PDT by Hojczyk
The other great liberal political success story has been the rise of public-sector unions, which fueled both Obamas reelection and Bill de Blasios victory in New York Citys mayoral race. They are now a key component of the liberal coalition.
The upshot of Obamas policies is that he has, Chicago-style, fed the top-bottom alliance of crony capitalists and the social-service statethe government-worker providers and the recipients of aid. This has left the private-sector middle class out in the cold. Chaits rhetorical nuance leaves no room for anger at a president whose supervision of Obamacare combines the administrative failings of George W. Bush in Iraq with the underhanded tactics of Richard Nixon. (Like Obama, Nixon used the IRS to attack his enemies.) Obama has also shown no qualms about misleading the publicfrom claiming that the terror attack in Benghazi was the product of an anti-Islamic videotape to promising that if you like your health-care plan, you can keep it.
If the Democrats do take a shellacking this November, they will no doubt attempt to pin blame on the supposed psychological failings of Republican voters. Its a trope dear to liberals since the 1920s. For the good of the country, though, let us hope that, unlike Chait, they will come to grips with the all-too-material failures of the Obama years.
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Democrats fear a loss for only one reason they will face the rule of law and will do anything to prevent a loss.
D.C. may end up looking like the Mafia wars in the 80’s.
(Like Obama, Nixon used the IRS to attack his enemies.)
Another so called “truth”?
That’s not how I remember it.
The RINOS will do nothing .they just have to wait til they regain power not until the Tea Party takes over will anything change they can make a lot of noise but they have no power yet..
Agree the TP is the answer.