I have to start this writing off by saying that I am not advocating for one political party or the other as they both have their problems, but there are some serious distinctions that should be noted between the two.
According to Wikipedia, here are the beliefs of the two parties:
The Democratic Party emphasizes social equality and equal opportunity. Democrats support voting rights and minority rights, including LGBT rights. The party championed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which for the first time outlawed segregation.
The GOP supports lower taxes, free market capitalism, restrictions on immigration, increased military spending, gun rights, restrictions on government funded abortion, deregulation and restrictions on labor unions.
Digging deeper into the history of each party will yield a much darker story and one that I’ve written about in “A Dark Time In History – Part Two.”
So let’s take a walk down memory lane, shall we?
First the democrat’s what to decapitate president Trump, kill his son, (who was 10 years old at the time) incite violence in the cities, (predominantly in the poor and welfare areas) claiming to be a victim, and then say that the violence at the Capitol Building is unacceptable.
Let’s take a look at some of those events.
Maxine Waters: “Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that (Republican) Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”
Former president Obama: “There was no Constitution, there were no democratic norms that guided what he should or could do. And he could have made himself all-powerful, he could have made himself potentially President for life.” “This American leadership across the globe wasn’t perfect. We made mistakes. At times we lost sight of our ideals. We had fierce arguments about Vietnam, and we had fierce arguments about Iraq.” That last statement is do in part from arguments with the then vise present Biden.
Professor Pamela Karlan: Mentioning President Trump’s son, Barron, during the Judiciary Committee hearing, prompting a barrage of backlash from Republicans.
Kathy Griffin: Lets not even forget about this one. If it had been anybody other than a person in show business, they would be sitting in jail for 16 lifetimes.
Of course, lets not forget the Black Lives Matter movement that decimated 1,000’s of small business, burned large swaths of cities to the ground, costing 100’s of millions of dollars in damage. The media? Of course, cheer them on.
As well. It should be noted that every city that is managed by a Democrat leader is in complete shambles with no end of sight repair any time soon.
The list is far and wide and way to many to include in this writing. The bottom line is, the Democrats attacked the now former president’s family relentlessly during his tenure. It has not been since the 1970’s (president Nixon) that a president has had to endue such treatment.
The general theme for the Democratic party is “we want, we want and if we don’t get it, we’ll scream like children while claiming to be a victim.” And lets not forget the spending of tax payers money like it was falling from the sky in buckets. A LOT of tax payer money, to the tune of trillions, sent to other countries while the US has an out of control homeless and welfare problem.
I’ve said this a few times now, the incoming president and now majority controlled congress by the Democrats are going to spend and spend big! As if they haven’t already:
- 10 million for “gender programs” to Pakistan.
- 25 million to support the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, despite the Kennedy Center laying off all of its workers the very next day.
- 75 million for the National Endowment for the Arts.
- Nancy Pelosi held up the relief aid for 35 million for a DC opera house.
This was tax payer money that was meant for COVID relief, not a wish list, happy-go-lucky child spending spree. In the end, the deficit is going to balloon to which, not a dam thing will be accomplished.