Warm Southern Breeze

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GOP Begins Biden Burning

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Saturday, March 7, 2020

Republicans Now Poised For Biden-Burisma Subpoena With Romney On Board


Good, bad, or indifferent, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

Like him, love him, or loathe him… this is the beginning of the end of Biden.

Republicans are preparing to burn their crosses in Biden’s political front yard in retribution for Trump’s impeachment.

It makes no difference if their investigation into Biden, Biden & Burisma is based upon illegitimate and disproven false claims, because they will pillory, draw, and quarter Joe Biden until the only thing remaining of him are his his bloody political entrails which will be strewn from coast-to-coast.

If Bernie is not the Democratic Party’s Presidential nominee, we WILL have Four More Years of Trump.

Mark my words.

Congressional Record 1-27-1910, Rep. Cordell Hull (D-4) p1112

This election is NOT a matter of “Who can beat Trump?” which is a specious argument (seemingly plausible, but false) because NO ONE votes for a candidate because they think their preferred candidate “can beat” their opponent. People vote FOR a candidate who they think has their best interests at heart, will help them, and do the best job for the country.

The ONLY thing GOPers and other New Deal haters could attempt to hang on Bernie is their tired, old “socialism” argument, which they have used as far back as 1910 – which I have shown from the Congressional Record, and is also seen herein.

Congressional Record 1-27-1910, Rep. Cordell Hull (D-4) p1113

Republicans, and FDR New Deal haters’ false claim has neither stuck, which he specifically addressed at Georgetown in November 19, 2015 and stated that, “I don’t believe government should own the means of production, but I do believe that the middle class and the working families who produce the wealth of America deserve a fair deal.

Bernie wants to complete FDR’s New Deal and has said so:

“Real freedom must include economic security.
That was Roosevelt’s vision 70 years ago.
It is my vision today.
It is a vision that we have not yet achieved.
It is time that we did.”

“So let me define for you,
simply and straightforwardly,
what democratic socialism means to me.

It builds on what Franklin Delano Roosevelt said
when he fought for guaranteed economic rights for all Americans.

And it builds on what Martin Luther King, Jr. said in 1968 when he stated that;
“This country has socialism for the rich, and rugged individualism for the poor.”

It builds on the success of many other countries around the world
that have done a far better job than we have in
protecting the needs of their working families,
the elderly, the children, the sick,
and the poor.

“Democratic socialism means that
we must create an economy that works for all,
not just the very wealthy.

“Democratic socialism means that
we must reform a political system in America today
which is not only grossly unfair but,
in many respects,

And ANYONE who is not on board with that is a FDR and New Deal hater, regardless of their political affiliation, if any.



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