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March 14, 2013

Democrats will Evolve with Time

Democrats will Evolve with Time

It’s hard to believe the volume of socialist-democrat garbage strewn about this editorial page in recent months. Long ago a political science professor gently corrected me when I used the term liberal to describe what nowadays the Democratic Party is so generously composed of, to which he informed me “they are not liberals, they are socialists.” Let’s get the terms straight, lest there be any misunderstanding: Democrats, liberals, leftists, and socialists have become one in the same and, aside from political party, they share a lack of personal responsibility or accountability applying to themselves or their own.

Some will be leaving the party. I’m not referring to prisoners, drug dealers, and hardened criminals, who could never be drawn away from the democrat, should they decide to vote. Not the unionized, ideologically left school teacher, busy every day polluting the minds of our children. Nor their comrades, the union bosses and thugs. Forget about political hacks whose jobs are in local, state and federal government, as they know where their bread is buttered. Racial and feminist activists always vote for their own special treatment as a group, and would vote again for Senator Menendez, even should it become obvious that he engaged in sexual misconduct with under-age prostitutes in the Dominican Republic. Heck, they put the hero of Chappaquiddick in the United States Senate for life! These groups are, virtually without exception, pure democrat. They drive the new millennium Democratic Party.

The 19,000 EBT card holders in Massachusetts who are missing but still receiving money has blossomed into 50,000, and their leftist overseers are not one bit concerned. While they’ve accommodated the supplement to the United States’ population of millions of new democrats pouring across the U.S. border, democrats from Massachusetts colonize with termitic behavior as they escape what they have created back home. What we have in New Hampshire shall be gone before long if you are not active in fighting to retain it.

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