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2021-01-16 5:52:34 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Snatch Bandergrip: BorgiaGinz: kazrak: Don't worry, we can always count on Democrats to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

Why do supposed progressives always blame Democrats, and never the Republicans?

The awfulness of the GOP is a foregone conclusion.  What is there to discuss? They're traitorous, cowardly terrorists. The Dems can and should be better.

Okay, but the same people saying the Dems should be better are also the ones saying the Dems should grab power, ignore the rules, and ignore the opposition--just like the Republicans. If you look up in this very thread, you'll see the same people saying just that.

How can the Dems be better if they use the same tactics as their traitorous cowardly opponents?

If you don't see the difference between using every tool at your disposal to help your constituents versus using every tool at your disposal to dismantle democracy, I don't know what to tell you.

Tactics are one thing.  Intent is another.

Grab power?  Absolutely.  What the hell's the point of being in power if you're not going to use it?  I don't understand this criticism.

Ignore the rules?  Uh, frankly, yes.  Ignoring the law is something else.  But Republicans have quite clearly demonstrated that the informality of rules can be ignored.  If the rules are important enough to the process, codify them into law.

Ignore the opposition?  100% absolutely farking yes on a stick.  Not ignore as in don't pay attention to them; ignore them as in do not give Republicans anything they want.  They're monsters and they deserve nothing.
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