What a few writers are saying about the Democrats
The constant Hillary bashing from Bernie backers makes the campaign seem spiteful and shallow. Build up your guy instead.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 23, 2016
Worth mentioning: I don't think Bernie is spiteful or shallow. But some of his most ardent supporters apparently favor scorched earth.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) February 23, 2016
.@ronmarz I'm hearing a lot of "I would never vote for Hillary" from Bernie supporters. That kind of talk may get us President Cruz— Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) February 23, 2016
As bad as Sanders is sure to be, what's so wrong with him in their POV that isn't so wrong with Hilary? She has responsibility to shoulder for the Benghazi fiasco and the email scandal, after all. That doesn't count as a serious mistake?
I think a big part of the outrage in general this election season is that it's felt that voters' voices are NOT being heard.— Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) February 23, 2016
Which was pretty much the case when Obamacare was being foisted upon the public. So what's his point?
Whatever happened to "the will of the people"? That seems to have gone out of style with button shoes.— Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) February 23, 2016
Trouble is, men like him decided it was outmoded first.
Remember these battles against socialism? pic.twitter.com/He4WeUDouh— Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) February 27, 2016
Tsk tsk tsk. He's hinting he supports socialism, the ideology of repellent movements like the communists and nazis. If he's in favor of that destructive concept...man, that's just one of his lowest.
Only a seven-year old can legitimately claim that Barack Obama is the worst president of their lifetime.— Erik Larsen (@ErikJLarsen) February 28, 2016
What about the victims of the Benghazi disaster? And even apostates from Islam, to name another example? They can't make a valid claim?
@ErikJLarsen When I was born, Ike was still in the White House. There's some competition, but I'd say Obama's the best of my lifetime.— Kurt Busiek (@KurtBusiek) February 28, 2016
@immortallantern @ErikJLarsen Obamacare, marriage equality, hauling us out of recession against entrenched opposition. Doing it without...— Kurt Busiek (@KurtBusiek) February 28, 2016
@immortallantern @ErikJLarsen ...the accompanying negatives of the competition - LBJ did great things and awful things, Clinton positive...— Kurt Busiek (@KurtBusiek) February 28, 2016
It's sad how many leftist writers there are out there who seem to support socialism, and probably don't see anything troubling about how it was the platform for the National Socialists in Germany. And in this case, who don't have the courage to recognize, selectively or otherwise, when a leftist makes a terrible mistake. And Clinton made a truly awful one back in 1975, one which they all seem deliberately oblivious to. A real head-shaker.