You might be a Democrat …
With all the political talk, I’ve been thinking about what it really means to be a Democrat. So, here is what I have come up with from watching what is happening in our country.
If you support replacing our U.S. Constitution and the freedoms it gives us for a stronger central government (i.e. socialism) so that all may have an equal sharing of miseries, you just might be a Democrat. Of course, you would also be in favor of punishing success with higher taxation. Then, too, you would believe that the Marxist group, Black Lives Matter, is a group of courageous and caring patriots who find it necessary to burn, loot, and vandalize to get their point across. Meanwhile, you would rally around defunding our brave law officers and taking away law-abiding people’s guns to make them safer.
Morally, you would support killing babies in the womb, or, if the baby survives the abortion, let her/him die after birth. The nuclear family would also have to be redefined as well as the addition of hundreds of new genders. Then it only follows that God must be removed from our nation along with our history and any physical reminders of our nation’s past.
At the border, you would favor the removal of all barriers including ICE so that all would be welcome to enter the United States. Then also you would cheer on the establishment of sanctuary cities to harbor terrorists and other criminals. Of course, those getting into the United States by whatever means must automatically receive citizenship and the privilege to vote along with access to all welfare programs. As a matter of fact, you just might believe in “free” healthcare for everyone and are willing to wait patiently to get treated.
Finally, if you believe that nothing is more important (such as lives, jobs, businesses, property) than destroying President Trump by any means (such as lying, using government agencies such as the FBI, withholding medicines to treat COVID-19, etc.),then you just might be a Democrat.
Do all you can to learn about your candidates and what they stand for before voting. Many of them have records. One good nonpartisan source for information is the WEB site votesmart.org. Look at where the candidate support is coming from. Then, see you at the polls.