November 14, 2016

Democrat Party tribalism



"The Democratic Party - and Hillary Clinton, a great champion
of this - has been advocating that every group in America practice
identity politics, except white  heterosexual males,"
said Professor Morici.
"Now, for the metrosexuals that live in New York City and go
to Columbia University and get jobs on Wall Street and make
lots of money, they can afford to ignore it and just say,
‘Well, you know, I live a privileged life. This is the price
of doing it.’
But you know, if you’re a mother with two sons in Michigan
and the factory’s closed and your husband’s unemployed, and
you send your kids to the public schools and they confront
a well-oiled machine to keep down white males, you’re
gonna vote the other way. This was a motherhood issue as much as anything else," he said.
"That’s why she didn’t get those women voters among folks that had not graduated college in those parts of the country.
Her form of feminism discriminates against their sons. It’s racist. It’s sexist. My university practices it.
Just about every university in the country practices it," Morici lamented.

Democrats are "...blaming Clinton for being too centrist rather than for running a terrible campaign.
The newly elected chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Tom Perez, is a polarizing far-left figure.
The highest-profile Democratic-party supporters are increasingly smug Hollywood actors, rich Wall Street and
Silicon Valley elitists, and embittered members of the media, along with careerist identity groups and assorted
protest movements — a fossilized 1972 echo chamber.  Democrats’ politically correct messaging derides opponents
as deplorable racists, sexists, bigots, xenophobes, homophobes, Islamophobes, and nativists. That shrill invective
only further turns off Middle America.
  Being merely anti-Trump is no more a successful Democratic agenda than
being anti-Nixon was in 1972."
  Victor Davis Hanson

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