"At this point, any idea that the Democratic Party and Barack Obama are “better” than the Republicans should be laid to rest. Talking about what John McCain “would have done” as President is little more than idle metaphysical speculation. The main difference between to the two parties is that the Republican Party pitches their rhetoric at the most rancorous members of the ruling class, while the Democrats aim their rhetoric at more nuanced thinking members of that class. The surface of being a party of people seems aimed mostly at middle class layers- journalists, union representatives, intellectuals- in an attempt to form a coalition which includes the top 1% of American society rather than just the top .1%. If the differences in rhetoric are minor, the differences in policy are largely theoretical."
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
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