The Republican Party, Lost in the Dark

The Republican Party, Lost in the Dark
David Schlecht

The Republican voters are beginning to wake up and see exactly what party they have been voting for and the majority of these people are repulsed at what has become of the Republican party.

Just today, the Republican candidates were coached on how to act like they cared, how to act like they had empathy, how to pretend that they are anything but soulless sociopaths.  But how can you hide your sickness when you refuse to provide long term unemployment insurance for the poor and starving and freezing without demanding that you first get to take food out of the mouths of other starving children or giving more money to the rich? There’s just no hiding the true soul of the Republican party and their voters are finally beginning to see them for what they truly are.

The great majority of Americans believe we need to strengthen our safety net, increase unemployment and other benefits to the poor, increase the minimum wage, and start expecting the billionaires to pay their fair share, but the Republican party is opposed to all the things the majority of America wants. And you know what? The Republican voter is beginning to realize it.

Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of gullible or uneducated who will never abandon their corrupt party. But the majority of them are leaving.

That is one reason the Republican party is trying so hard to prevent people from legally voting.

Jesus said feed the hungry, clothe the naked (house the homeless), heal the sick. The Republican party says let them die. Take away unemployment benefits, take away housing assistance, repeal Obamacare.

Soulless sociopaths.


4 thoughts on “The Republican Party, Lost in the Dark”

  1. Nothing illuminates the true face of the Republican sociopathic party more than their comments regarding unemployment. They say it would be good for the lazy unemployed to lose their benefits. Really? It would be good for the poor and starving to go ahead and die?

    I have a niece who is an experienced graphic artist and has been out of work for over half a year. She is endlessly looking for work and is out of savings, and is now out of unemployment benefits. The Republican party thinks this is a good thing. How can this be good?

    What do they think she should do? Become a prostitute? A beggar? A thief? Homeless?

    Really? That would be good?

    That’s who they really are.

  2. Jesus says, “Help thy neighbor.” The Republican party says, “Let ’em die.”

    You would have to be a really smart Christian to not be fooled by this logic and continue to be a Republican.

  3. As a former republican, I can agree with you a hundred percent. The party has been taken over by the crazies. I’m not a Democrat, but I’m even less a Republican. I miss my old party and wish they would come back to their senses.

    But, having written that, I shall admit that I have no confidence that the Republican party nor the Republican voter can admit their mistakes before the party self destructs. I fear we are seeing the demise of the Whigs party all over again.

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