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Friday, November 18, 2016
Dems Done In by the Politics of Hate
Today's Democrat Party spends an exorbitant amount of time preaching against "hate" and "the politics and policies of hate." It has seemingly become the central theme of all the party touches. What the Democrats don't realize is that they have so perfected the repeating of "hate, hate, hate" that their own message is what has done them in.
Since Barack Obama's election in 2008 the Democrat Party has steadily drifted into this "label them all haters" territory and since that time the party has been absolutely obliterated at the polls. Democrats have lost the White House, Senate, and House. They now control just 13 state legislatures and Republicans now sleep in 33 governor's mansions.
Yet even after the election of Donald Trump last week, Democrats continue to dutifully stick to the playbook of calling everyone (but themselves) "filled with hate." They are name-calling the very people they want to vote for them! How's that a good strategy?
Hillary Clinton spent the majority of the past year speaking about, running ads about, giving campaign speeches about, and focusing during debates on "Donald Trump and the Republican's hateful rhetoric." What Hillary and the Democrats cannot seem to figure out is that they are insulting massive portions of the American electorate by confusing common sense with hate and a rejection of their own dogma.
The vast majority of us Americans can differentiate between the two (common sense and hate). Today's Democrats seemingly cannot.
Whom did Hillary Clinton choose to share the stage with at the 2016 Democrat National Convention? The mothers of people (most of whom were criminals) killed by cops, thus continuing the "guilty until proven innocent" narrative many Dems have branded cops with.
This was not a populist move. This was Hillary and the Democrats pandering to a tiny, tiny fraction of the electorate, the cop-hate crowd, of whom there's nowhere near enough to win an election. The rest of us? The common sense of the overwhelming majority of Americans causes us to believe that, with the exception of a few bad apples, our law enforcement officers are decent, hard-working men and women doing a difficult job with honor, integrity, and a sense of duty to public service.
Americans have seen the effects of massive refugee flows into the nations of Europe from the Middle East and the problems it's causing there. Common sense tells us that bringing tens if not hundreds of thousands of these refugees into our nation without knowing exactly who they are carries with it some risks to national security.
To Hillary and the Democrats this level of common sense makes you an Islamophobia and means you are filled with hate toward Muslims!
Having a secure southern border is in our better national interests. We all know there are people entering our country -- by just walking in -- who are involved in various criminal activities, drug-trafficking, gang-bangers, rapists, etc. Its just common sense for a nation to have control over its own borders.
To Hillary and the Democrats this level of common sense means you hate brown people!
Democrats believe most Americans are in favor of gay marriage but fail they recognize that it's now the law of the land thanks to five people (Justices Kennedy, Ginsberg, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan) not hundreds of millions of people. To this day the majority of Americans believe marriage ought to be between one man and one woman. No poll has ever shown anything else. But if you are such a person, in the eyes of Democrats, it means you hate gay people!
Other examples abound.
The majority of Americans are white. Also, the vast and overwhelming majority of Americans are not haters, bigots, racists, Islamaphobes, xenophobes, homophobes, or cop-haters. Telling them that they are does not endear you to them.
Democrats don't seem to understand that calling someone "a racist" or "a xenophobe", who is not a racist or a xenophobe doesn't drive them toward you -- it drives them away. Through their constant name-calling of the American people, Democrats have driven all but their hyper-loyal, hyper-left base, the Black Lives Matter members of the world, farther away.
Prior to the election, Hillary made headlines by insulting tens of millions of Americans by saying, "…you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the 'basket of deplorables'. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic -- you name it." She then managed to pour lemon juice in that cut by adding that not only are those voters "deplorable" they're "irredeemable", and not a part of America. This is no way to win votes.
Following the comment a Washington Post-ABC News poll asked registered voters "Do you think its fair or unfair to describe a large portion of Trump's supporters as prejudiced against women and minorities? 47 percent of Democratsand even 45 percent of Clinton backers said the description was unfair. 84 percent of Republicans and 90 percent of Trump backers said the same.
Since Trump's election last week the theme has rolled on.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has said Donald Trump has appointed a "white nationalist" to his staff. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid chimed in with, "White nationalists, Vladimir Putin and ISIS are celebrating Donald Trump's victory, while innocent, law-abiding Americans are wracked with fear especially African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, Muslim-Americans, LGBT-Americans and Asian-Americans."
Wow, Senator, generalize much? Divide America much? Here's a flash for you: I am an African-American and I'm not fearful of anything other than your supporters, who are out tearing our cities apart.
For all their talk about 'ending hate", an undivided America, peace, love and granola -- it's the Democrat base who are the ones out looting, fighting, burning, shooting, and being out-of-control hooligans. And the majority of Americans, regardless of party affiliation, don't want to have anything to do with it, them and increasingly -- you, Democrats.
You'd better sort this out. Labeling voters, calling them names and placing your blatant disdain for them right out front for all to see is not the way to win elections. Democrats, you have done this to yourselves. You are both the purveyors and the victims of your own "politics of hate."