Send the Democratic Party into History — it’s got nothing left to offer America

Send the Democratic Party into History — it’s got nothing left to offer America


The vital mission of the Republican-Right in November 2022 and ’24 should be to demolish the Democratic Party and relegate it to the Smithsonian, amid the Whig and Know Nothing parties.

The Democratic Party of JFK, LBJ and even Bill “Welfare Reform” Clinton is long gone. The Democratic Party of Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and Gavin Newsom has nothing positive to offer and deserves to be voted overwhelmingly into oblivion.

The Democratic Left has become purveyors of poverty, chaos, danger and death.

  • First-quarter GDP shrank 1.4% amid inflation, regulation, supply-chain snafus, barren store shelves, baby-formula rationing(!) and the Biden-Democrats’ anti-business bias.

Nominal wages advanced 5.5% year-on-year in April, but last month’s 8.3% inflation (a near 40-year-high) shriveled real wages to negative 2.8%.

Bloomberg reports that, compared to 2021, inflation will cost the average US household $5,200 this year, or $100 per week, for the same basket of goods. Biden’s five-steps-forward, eight-steps-back economy is making Americans poor again.

  • The Biden-Democratic-Left has unleashed chaos at the US-Mexico “border,” which 2,499,190 illegal immigrants breached on Biden’s watch (from Feb. 1, 2021, through March 30, 2022), versus 666,756 during Trump’s final 14 months — up 375% — as he installed 458 miles of border wall.
Border Patrol officers process a migrant family.2,499,190 illegal immigrants breached the US border under President Biden/Brandon Bell/Getty Images

Biden’s figure does not include an estimated 620,000 got-aways who invaded America without even greeting the Border Patrol. Also, 42 foreigners on the terrorist watch list tried to enter the United States during the Biden-Democratic Era, including 23 at the southern “border.”

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1 Comment on Send the Democratic Party into History — it’s got nothing left to offer America

  1. I believe we need to replace the current Democratic party the same way the Republicans replaced the Whigs back in the mid-1800s. However, I believe we also need to replace the current Republican party in the same way. As it stands today, disaffected Democrats are afraid to try starting a new replacement party because by splitting the “left-leaning” vote they would simply be handing control over to “those awful Republicans.” Meanwhile disaffected Republicans are afraid to try starting a new replacement party because by splitting the “right-leaning” vote they would simply be handing control over to “those awful Democrats.”

    Now imagine what might happen if leading spokespersons for the disaffected “left” and leading spokespersons for the disaffected “right” were to get together and create two replacement parties simultaneously. For the sake of the arguments let’s call them the “Constitutional Democracy Party” (CDP) and the “Constitutional Republic Party” (CRP). Suppose both of them refused any and all corporate or other special interest contributions, and internally enforced term limits by refusing to nominate anyone who already is or is on the cusp of becoming a professional politician. Suppose both of them created user-interactive websites where grassroots-level party members could provide their input as to what the “party line” ought to be. Suppose they posted articles and videos on their websites including debates on specific topics between spokespersons of both parties which would be posted simultaneously on both parties’ websites. The party websites could also be used to collect small personal contributions the way so many websites do these days.

    When I imagine those new parties being created, I see for example people like Kristy Noem, Ron Johnson, Rand Paul, Tom Massey and Ron DeSantis leading the charge in creating the new CRP. People like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Joe Manchin, and Naomi Wolf come to mind as likely leading the charge in creating the new CDP.

    If disaffected members of both parties were to start getting organized and collaborating with each other soon, they could probably start seeing some of their candidates elected to the House and Senate as soon as 2024. Electing a President from one of those new parties by 2028 seems not only possible but likely.

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