- Jun 12, 2020
For the tenth time I actually fucking hate Biden and the Democratic party but one of the few things I hate more is authoritarians and bootlickers.For the record, I don't think you're actually a [insert shadow conspiracy group] troll I just think you're a midwit who has become completely lost in a torrent of propaganda from the MSM which you then spread because it fits your desire for a uniparty Democrat regime, which is actually more pathetic. If you're actually in [insert shadow conspiracy group] troll I respect you more because at least you're the grifter in that scenario instead of the useful idiot.
This you bro?If the Democrats pass HR.1, HR.4, an amnesty and they then rig their primaries to exclude left populists like Bernie and rig the general election to exclude right populists like Trump how are you going to throw out the government and start over? You'll end up taking whatever shit sandwhich the DNC serves you. You'll probably vote for it too given how they've convinced you to vote for Biden to stop Trump's 'authoritarian tendencies'.
Even though the only authoritarian tendencies I've seen have been the left silencing anyone who criticizes their blatant rorting.
Pretty sure the idea he won legitimately has been deboonked and proved baseless, though I'm sure someone will be in here soon to post MSM deboonking of that deboonking.
Guys if Biden wins DEMOCRACY IS OVER but if Trump throws out the election results and installs himself as a dictator I see no problem with that as long as it's ONLY for four years.True, but if he ends up taking the path Lincoln did that is a dictatorship. I don't mean he's 'OMG HITLER' I mean he's a 'temporary dictator in Roman terms'.
Interestingly Churchill said exactly that of Roosevelt in Great Contemporaries. It was considered so impolitic it was removed from wartime editions and only reinstated later. Churchill suspended elections, censored the press, and locked up opponents in the war, things that were necessary IMO. However, it wasn't a surprise he lost the 1945 election. Roosevelt was so successful electorally he caused an amendment to limit future presidents to two terms to avoid elective dictatorship.
I'm a fan of Churchill, not so much of Roosevelt. Still, there's something of the Roman dictator about both of them whether you like them or not.
Which suggests a possibility. Suppose Trump does go down the path Lincoln did and wins. I'd regard that as OK so long as he abides by term limits and doesn't run again in 2024 though, obviously, any other Republican can.