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Democrats are politically incompetent

I'm Supposn

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Isn’t political competence a politically necessary attribute?

The president wasted more than an entire year trying to gain some co=operation from an opposing political party that refused even to consider supporting policies they themselves previously advocated. To a great extent more moderate Republican’s were less concerned about policy but rather the realization that a superior health plan would remaining an advantage to the Democratic Party for too many quarters of a century.

The Democratic leadership without shame offered support for providing a few U.S. Senators’ states preferential provisions for their states only. Rural congressional districts and less densely populated states have for many decades complained (I believe reasonably), they're suffering due to less adequate local medical facilities. I believe granting such considerations to the entire nation would have been both politically more honorable, more effective, and to our nation’s greater benefit.

The Democratic Party and their candidate assumed they need not sufficiently fund and to strive to win the election for U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. All candidates who were listed as candidates within South Carolina’s Democratic Party’s primary election for U.S. Senator behaved in similarly.

The current Democratic Party is hopeless.

Respectfully, Supposn
 

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Twol parties: One leads in the wrong direction; the second party has no direction

USA has two major political parties. One leads in the wrong direction. The second party has no direction.

Democrats now substantially affect public policy only after Republicans publicly made the most grievous and obvious errors to the detriment of our nation. There are hopes that voters perceiving Republicans’ wrong direction will demand and achieve some corrections of our course.

Democrats in power paddle around in circles. At some points within that aimless path they’re facing directions that may lead us to somewhere do not stay with any course. Republicans affect policy when they’re in or out of power. Our modern Democratic Party is impotent when they’re out of power and they do not significantly affect our policy in a manner that will be sustained in the future.

The current Democratic Party is hopeless.

Respectfully, Supposn
 
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