How successful has the bipartisanship only strategy of governing by “Democrats” worked for Americans? Pretty damn well … if you’re a Republican Teabagger. One only need look at recent developments to see just how well this strategy has worked to enact liberal policies:
Kansas is trying to become the state with the fewest abortion-licensed facilities: 0. Remember, abortion is a legal medical procedure. Other states are trying to ban this legal procedure, regardless of rape, incest, or health of the mother. Are the Teabaggers screaming that this is a prime example of a big, intrusive government limiting freedom? Hell no, they’re not. They have a Black Man in the White House to delegitimize.
Democratic “leaders” are seriously considering ending Social Security and Medicaid. Perhaps they’re volunteering to do it just so the Republican Teabaggers won’t have to.
The cost of illegal, undeclared, unpaid invasions and occupations the U.S. has perpetrated since 2001? $3.7 trillion. Perhaps those Democratic “leaders’ should work to stop the occupations. That could just stop our hurtling into greater and greater debts and deficits.
Atmospheric CO2 concentrations set another record high this year: 394.35ppm. The globe was the warmest in 2010 than at any other point in recorded history – and likely at any time in tens of thousands of years. 2010 and 2011 have seen more extreme weather events as a result of climate change than at any point in recorded history. These conditions will only get worse as long as Democrats keep acting “bipartisanshipy” with Republican Teabaggers and never stand up to the dirty energy industry.
So to all the pro-“centrists”: how well is the country doing? This list took less than 5 minutes to assemble. There are hundreds of other similar examples. Maybe it’s time Democrats demanded their elected officials do what they promise on the campaign trail or go work to elect a different Democrat. This is what voting for the lesser of two evils has brought us. We’re still walking down the path toward evil. It’s time to do something else.