Sunday, June 30, 2019

Tim Pool: Dems learned nothing from 2016

Tim Pool: "We're seeing 2016 all over again."

Pool quotes heavily from a New York Times op-ed piece by quasi-rightie Bret Stephens that is basically a litany of Democrat mistakes, with the thesis that the fundamental problem for the current batch of Dems is their willingness to help everyone except Americans—and that's the stance that's guaranteed to win Trump a second term.

...a party that makes too many Americans feel like strangers in their own country. A party that puts more of its faith, and invests most of its efforts, in them instead of us.

They speak Spanish. We don’t. They are not U.S. citizens or legal residents. We are. They broke the rules to get into this country. We didn’t. They pay few or no taxes. We already pay most of those taxes. They willingly got themselves into debt. We’re asked to write it off. They don’t pay the premiums for private health insurance. We’re supposed to give up ours in exchange for some V.A.-type nightmare. They didn’t start enterprises that create employment and drive innovation. We’re expected to join the candidates in demonizing the job-creators, breaking up their businesses and taxing them to the hilt.

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