Wyld wrote:Chomsky is a walking seizure, as someone once said. The man is clearly deranged beyond all hope of redemption, certainly beyond the grasp of philosophy.
Wyld wrote:Every major election is split. So what? America has a two-party system, just like you have two halves of a whole brain in your head. It works like that. Trump didn't make it that way, he didn't make people polarized.
jerkey wrote:Wyld wrote:Every major election is split. So what? America has a two-party system, just like you have two halves of a whole brain in your head. It works like that. Trump didn't make it that way, he didn't make people polarized.
Are you implying some sort of bio-political process, which determines or is determined by an ideological dialectic? Is the dialectical conflict and search for resolution an intrinsic chemical process, whereby to which socially opposing views play kinship to? Perhaps there is some vague nterplay there, but not nearly one which could be demonstrated as casual. Or maybe not?
jerkey wrote:It would appear, any sense of a normal process has been thrown out with the bath water, so that view is almost too simple.
jerkey wrote:Trump's constituency are like well mannered children ,
brought up on the idea that if ideas and politics are conserved in the manner in which they were believed to be through, passed along by so called unchanging and proper behavior, we can make it despite the
compelling need for change.
To restrict immigration now, where the rationale for it
simply does not exist,
in the light of being able to
weed out undesirables,
But other than that, from appointments to executive orders, it's all been pretty standard Republican fair. That's terrifying to me because I find the Republican Party terrifying. But it's not new or strange. It's all been pretty much what you'd expect.
There is some whiplash because Obama expanded W's precedent on executive orders (set in the aftermath of 9/11) and basically used those to govern for the past 4 years. Different executive, different executive orders. It's disastrous because the current executive wants disastrous things. But it's not like we metaphorically shat the bed.
But those bandaids were good for much of the donor class so that's how you get disasters like Hillary.
Uccisore wrote:So, this is just another election, and the outrage/elation/exaggeration surrounding it is mostly unwarranted.
Xunzian wrote: Good dude. Anyway, Bernie was supposed to be "red meat" for "the base" like Kucinich and Sharpton. They aren't actually going to win but they do a lot to motivate core constituencies that vote. it's an easy strategy for a coronation primary.
Republicans are straight up evil dude. Opposing them makes sense. It is 100% warrented. Always has been. That he is a standard Republican isn't shocking. That just means we have to oppose him more.
jerkey wrote:The outcome is yet, still not anything but a foregone conclusion. The fact that his popularity is sinking to outrageously low levels, even if it could be ascribed as a rough beginning, is a tough sign.
jerkey wrote:Rasmussen is certainly the most biased outfit there is, so it's not a good guide toward facts.
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