What’s in a Name

What’s in a Name
David Schlecht

I often hear the corporate (corrupt) media referring to the Democratic party as the Democrat party. This is just another of so many examples the defective media. The Republican party has been trying to re-brand the Democratic party like they’ve managed to cast a shadow on the term “liberal”.

Survey after survey shows that people say they don’t associate with the “liberal” agenda, but, when asked what policies they do agree with, they always predominantly choose policies that are liberal. The liberal media has done a great job, don’t you think? Does anyone really believe the “liberal media” lie? But, I digress.

The Democratic party hasn’t changed, except where some Blue Dog Democrats run as Republicans in Democratic clothing. The liberal/Democratic agenda has not changed. BUT!!!! The Republican party has. The term Republican and Conservative used to mean something a whole lot different than it does today. The party of big deficits, big wars, big government…

So, what should be the new name for the new Republican party?

Personally, my favorite is:
G.O.P. :Gridlock, Obstruction & Paralysis

Many people and the “liberal media” refuses to put proper light on the fact that the party has been nothing but the party of “NO”. America has never seen such gridlock in our government in the entire history of the union. The Republicans in office don’t care what happens to America, just so they get re-elected and they get their bribes from big business.

What are your favorite names for the New Republican Party?

10 thoughts on “What’s in a Name”

    1. In ’56 Eisenhower said:
      About Labor: Free collective bargaining without government interference is the cornerstone of the American philosophy of labor-management relations.

      For the first time in our history a complete steel contract was negotiated and signed without direct government intervention, and the last three and a half years have witnessed one of the most remarkable periods of labor peace on record

      About National Unity
      The Republican Party is the Party of the Future because it is the party that draws people together, not drives them apart

      About Privacy:
      Republicans have proved that it is possible for a government to have a warm, sensitive concern for the everyday needs of people, while steering clear of the paternalistic “Big-Brother-is-watching-you” kind of interference.

      About Equal rights (gays in the military?):
      Elimination of various kinds of discrimination in the Armed Services, the District of Columbia, and among the employees of government contractors provides specific examples of this progress.

      About Foreign Wars:
      In the same way, we have worked unceasingly for the promotion of effective steps in disarmament so that the labor of men could with confidence be devoted to their own improvement rather than wasted in the building of engines of destruction.

      This is all from just one simple speech. Dig around and you’ll find endless examples where the new Republican party has gone off the rails.

  1. Well, if the Democrats are Progressive, that makes the Republicans Regressive. Quite fitting if you ask me.

  2. And this from Eisenhower… Labor is the United States. The men and women who, with their minds, their hearts and hands, create the wealth that is shared in this country, they are America

    Sure doesn’t sound like the Regressive Republican party of today, does it?

  3. Never before in our lifetimes have we needed solutions to our problems and all we get from the Republicans in Congress is obstruction. They ARE THE PROBLEM!

    How can anyone vote Republican with a clear conscious?

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