Democrats Believe Elections Are Undemocratic

Democrats have been unwilling to accept democracy since November 8, 2016

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13 Responses to Democrats Believe Elections Are Undemocratic

  1. John F. Hultquist says:

    Jeff Daniels, David Rutz, . . .

    No idea who these two are.
    Does Jeff agree with David?
    Can Jeff express his own thoughts?
    Who cares?

  2. czechlist says:

    Democrats do not want a Democracy.
    Most of their progressive beliefs do not align with a majority of Americans. If we had a Democracy we would not have abortion, gay marriage, talk of carbon taxes nor many of their other programs despised by the majority of voters.
    Democrats want a Judiciary packed with their adherents

    • arn says:

      It has nothing to do with beliefs that democrats do not want democracy
      but with the fact that their system needs 100% authoritarian fascism that is controlled by a tiny elite.

      Whatever they say is not a proposal but a supremaciest law that everyone else and his dog must acceppt without questioning.
      ((as soon as Obama pusher gay marriage this doctrin instantly became law in most european countries,promoted by the green and left that screamed for the previous 40 years that marriage is a relic for bigot idiots))
      The only reason most people do not see the facism is their good cop/bad cop trick.

      First comes the authoritive order=we must cut co2 emissions.
      AGW is superreal and it gets pushed 24-7 by msm.

      Then they sent out a bunch of slimey faggots like Bill Nye who are pretending to be nice and just want to inform people and trying to help save the world while in fact they use indoctrination and emotional blackmail.
      The rebellish approach is for the young people.
      The slimey,cultivated method is for the older and educated.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Hey arn! “their system needs 100% authoritarian fascism that is controlled by a tiny elite.”

        In perhaps the most basic analysis, politics should not be divided up between Democrats and Republicans, or even liberals and conservatives. A better division is between “I am the boss of you!” and “you are the boss of you!”

        Why the heck can’t people just let other people run their own life?

        • paul courtney says:

          Jason: Well, OBVIOUSLY because other people run their lives all wrong. This is what seems to be on Liz Warren’s mind in every picture of her I’ve seen.

  3. Joel says:

    “Dumb and Dumber” was a hilarious movie – the ketchup scene was hysterical. It’s a terrible shame that twenty-five years later, the two lead actors haven’t gotten any smarter.

    • arn says:

      If you follow an ideology that mainly attract teenagers
      you may not evolve past this point
      as getting older does not mean becoming wiser by default.
      In most cases it is just the same stupid brain as 40 years ago carried by an old body.

      This only happens when critical thinking and dialectical skills evolve and help realise that things are not what they seem.
      This means to stop looking at the magicians showhand but start observing his hidden hand to find out how the tricks work.

  4. Caleb Shaw says:

    The projection of Democrats gets worse every day. Whatever they accuse others of is what they are in the midst of.

    Fred Redden, 1970: “When you are in the mud, all you see is mud.”

  5. Billyjack says:

    Whenever one of these Marxists declares the end of “our democracy”, “the country” , “America” etc., just substitute “the federal government” to understand what they really mean. As far as Daniels is concerned he is just emoting another script. Like virtually all of Hollywood he has never had an independent thought.

  6. Gator says:


    “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
    – Inigo Montoya

  7. MGJ says:

    “Democrats believe…”
    Once a sentence has started with those two words, there’s really no rescuing it.

  8. Rah says:

    Jeff Daniels is a gifted actor. His portrayal of Joshua Chamberlain in Gettysburg was excellent. Also played a respectable George Washington in The Crossing. One would think he would have learned something about this nation doing that. He didn’t.

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