All Hail Democrats
My title is not a misprint. And neither have I lost my mind and joined the Democratic Party. I wouldn’t join the Democratic Party any more than I would join the Republicans Party.
I am an equal opportunity critic. Sometimes I criticize Democrats, progressives, and the Democratic Party; and sometimes I criticize Republicans, conservatives, and the Republican Party. I rarely have anything good to say about either of these groups. However, when they do something good (which is not often), I applaud them. Like when Obama and the Democrats cut the Social Security tax rate from 6.2 to 4.2 percent for 2011 and 2012. And like when the Republicans all united and voted against Obamacare in 2010 (but not since then).
I am often accused of being a Democrat or a liberal (or worse) when I write about the hypocrisy and the evils of Republicans and the Republican Party. Lest there be any misunderstand, let me restate what I have written in the past about the evils of the Democratic Party:
It is the party of liberalism, progressivism, collectivism, socialism, paternalism, statism, abortion on demand (at taxpayer expense for low-income women), the transgender movement, feminism, social justice warriors, economic egalitarianism, larger and more intrusive government, organized labor, increased government regulation of the economy and society, public education, government-mandated employee benefits, environmentalism, climate change, green energy, universal healthcare, an ever-increasing minimum wage, anti-discrimination laws, affirmative action, government-funded child care, healthcare and education as constitutional rights, more welfare with fewer work requirements, higher taxes on “the rich,” income-transfer programs, defunding the police, wealth-redistribution schemes, and every alternative lifestyle known to man.
And now I can add lockdowns and mask mandates (which some Republicans support as well, but that is a subject for another article).
So, what is it that the Democrats did that we should applaud?
On December 4, Democrats in the U.S. House of Represent
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