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Mon Aug 21, 2017, 04:10 PM Aug 2017

Is it possible for Democrats to coalesce and defeat the radical right? [View all]

Is it possible for Democrats to coalesce and defeat the radical right?

Or are we forever doomed to wedging ourselves out and allowing the likes of Steve Bannon and #fakepresident to run amok?

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Yes but first we have to want to coalesce wasupaloopa Aug 2017 #1
Interesting answer. Cary Aug 2017 #2
I think that there are those who like 2010 and 2014 will not vote unless the Dems run on everything wasupaloopa Aug 2017 #14
How do you know that people didn't vote because they didn't have it all? Cary Aug 2017 #15
They said so wasupaloopa Aug 2017 #16
I don't know if you can go back and read posts from Nov 2014 but that's what I am talking about. wasupaloopa Aug 2017 #17
Our demographics tend to not vote in mid terms Cary Aug 2017 #20
We need a plan with a Leader... FarPoint Aug 2017 #29
Depends. Economic populism has broad appeal Azathoth Aug 2017 #3
Most white working class are not Nazis... AntiFascist Aug 2017 #19
You're missing the point Azathoth Aug 2017 #22
I agree that the radical and ultra-conservative extremes are not likely to get along.. AntiFascist Aug 2017 #37
Define "Democrats" ... are you talking about real Democrats? NurseJackie Aug 2017 #4
Real democrats can. Stop rat fuckers. melanctha Aug 2017 #5
It will be more difficult to fight a two-front war... but there's no reconciliation on the horizon. NurseJackie Aug 2017 #6
I have confidence in us. Cary Aug 2017 #8
Knowing the identity of the enemy is important. Understanding what their goal is... NurseJackie Aug 2017 #12
Everything will change Cary Aug 2017 #13
Yes, people who demand the majority give them MaryLouisaWillis Aug 2017 #34
I don't know Cary Aug 2017 #7
"Sarandon"! Warren DeMontague Aug 2017 #18
I think you are making a conflicting argument. Weekend Warrior Aug 2017 #9
That things could be worse is not that much consolation. Cary Aug 2017 #10
It really isn't much consolation. Weekend Warrior Aug 2017 #11
I voted yes because I want it to be Cary Aug 2017 #21
Me too MaryLouisaWillis Aug 2017 #35
Yes, but only if the vote-purity-thing is sublimated... VOX Aug 2017 #23
All true. Cary Aug 2017 #24
Anything is possible. ck4829 Aug 2017 #25
Anything is possible after all IndieRick Aug 2017 #26
The radical right and Republicans are a criminal enterprise Cary Aug 2017 #30
Post removed Post removed Aug 2017 #31
Actually I haven't seen any evidence of that Cary Aug 2017 #39
There is none, at all. But the hatred of the Clintons counters actual facts. Eliot Rosewater Aug 2017 #40
I call it irrational loathing Cary Aug 2017 #41
+1 leftstreet Aug 2017 #33
Here is where your analysis makes no sense MaryLouisaWillis Aug 2017 #36
all you have to do is understand that evil exists and beachbum bob Aug 2017 #27
It's possible, but so long as their are those still holding grudges and those demanding perfection LostOne4Ever Aug 2017 #28
Not only is it 100% possible, it's goddamn necessary Blue_Tires Aug 2017 #32
Only if they drop weak bullshit like a "better deal" alarimer Aug 2017 #38
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