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Monthly Archives: May 2017
If Representative Tulsi Gabbard was the Democratic Nominee for President in 2020, would she have attack adds run against her on the specific fact that she is a Hindu?.
“I have previously argued that the Democratic Party’s civil war was unavoidable and has been a long time coming. Like most people, I assumed it would play out under President Hillary Clinton, not with the party reeling in defeat and at a historic low ebb. In the face of a national emergency, maybe Democrats will find some medium-term way to bridge the gulf between pro-business liberal coalition politics and a social-democratic vision of major structural reform and economic justice.”
Lessons of Montana: There’s no quick fix for Trump or our damaged democracy — and the Democrats still look hopeless
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The controversy over Kathy Griffin’s bad decision to pose with a bloody facsimile of Donald Trump’s head backfired for her almost immediately.
She was condemned by liberals, CNN hosts, and most people with a pulse. In this instance, the system worked, and Griffin had an ad campaign featuring her pulled and later issued a public apology.
This all happened within hours, and it exposes a problem – on the right.
Unlike Griffin, musician turned right-wing pundit (and racist) Ted Nugent was explicit in calling for both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to be murdered, and he has made similar calls to violence on multiple occasions.
In response to these comments, Nugent has not suffered a loss of income or status on the right. He remains a board member of the NRA, a political pundit who appears in campaign ads for Republican candidates, and he was invited to the Oval Office by Donald Trump along with Kid Rock and Sarah Palin.
The conservative sphere has no standards for decency and behavior, and it rewards figures like Nugent for making threats of physical harm against people like Obama and Clinton.
Griffin was wrong, and she heard about it immediately with great fury and velocity. The left and the center have a sense of morality. The right does not.
This is how we got Trump, and that is why the right cannot stand on a moral high horse no matter how hard they try.
The right has no standards, and Kathy Griffin proved it.