Shifts in the Night

Is Paul Ryan's departure the end of the 'one party that acts as if it were two'? Possibly, but it'll be costly.

The Democratic party has gone hard left since the defeat of Clinton; the capacity to move hard on ideology is realized because they are at a low point in terms of holding statewide or national office. They have nothing much to lose, so they can say what they want.

Is it worth the exchange? No, in the case of the Democrats: socialism is bad. What about in the case of an America-first party?

1 comment:

Dad29 said...

"America First" is a great bumper-sticker and I'm inclined to like it.

Of course, the first, biggest, question is this: what, exactly, IS 'the national interest'?

That's a McCain vs. PJBuchanan TV drama if there ever was one.