Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Both Parties AREN'T The Same!

Some say both parties are the same, and those people usually turn out to be Republicans.

Why, you ask? Because if people believe that lie they will stay home instead of voting 

And a high turnout ALWAYS spells doom for them.

So let's analyze this "belief" that both parties are one and the same, first - as the People respond from Facebook...

...then, from a recent GOP candidate for President...

You know, that guy who is the Champion of Women...

...because Republican women are so smart and everything.

And here's a meme about another Conservative candidate...

...and another Conservative candidate...

...and another one...

But here's one from the "other Party."

Then there's this summary about the "other Party."

The Party of The Rich runs out of adjectives sometimes...

...but they're still the same old GOP...

...lying through their teeth as usual.

Most of the Cons are mean AND stupid...

...and crazy...

Even their views on God are different...

...as well as the economy...

...and the law...

...and YOUR money...

But they just want their vision for America to be true - in a nice way, of course:

Can you come up with any other similarities between the Parties?

Here's just some of the differences between the Parties according to a leading economist...

"Paul Krugman on Why the Difference Between the Two Parties Has Never Been So Stark."

Photo Credit: via YouTube
"Personality-based political analysis is a total sham.

"By Janet Allon / AlterNet April 13, 2015.

It has become popular in certain circles these days to say that there is no real distinction between the Democrats and Republicans. Paul Krugman begs to differ and, in light of Hillary Clinton's officially announced candidacy, lays out all the stark differences in Monday's column.

Krugman, like a lot of other people, is dreading the next 18 months of endless p"ersonality-based punditry," which is always dubious, and often wrong. His argument is that, "there has never been a time in American history when the alleged personal traits of candidates mattered less."

On the upside, each party is pretty well unified on just about every major policy issue, and far apart from each other, which may explain the complete inabilty to compromise.

...and here's the difference in a nutshell, just like this guy had to explain to a typical GOP officeholder.

Finally, let's see some graphic evidence that the two Parties are NOT the same, settling the question once and for all:

So which Party would YOU like to belong to?


No, Virginia - there is no Republican Party, there's just this criminal cartel masquerading as a party.

When it becomes so obvious that one of our "parties" is trying to destroy democracy in favor of their rich benefactors, there's a problem.

When Trickle Down becomes an economic theory, there's another problem.

And when Conservatives lie, cheat, steal, and kill that's the biggest problem of them all.

Don't you think it's about time we criminalized Conservatism?

Joyce, Jnr.


"I’m a radical! I’m a real extremist. I don’t want to impeach judges. I want to
impale them!"

Michael Schwartz, chief of staff to Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK), in 2004.


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