BroncoBot wrote:Biggest difference between Clinton/Obama and Trump -
Obama/Clinton constantly attempt to lump the people of America in with the mistakes of the government. Instead of saying the government has made mistakes, they (clinton/obama) want to make the public feel bad/responsible that there was once a policy allowing slavery. They also try to use this to justify their agendas. It's dirty and it's rotten. Just like they are. They love subtlety putting blame on honest hard working Americans who want nothing more than to live their lives with freedom and without government interference.
The PEOPLE of America are truly exceptional. What the government has morphed into isn't much more exceptional than a large portion of the governments out there. Get busy draining that swamp Trump. We need it.
This is greatly evidenced by statements that Democrat leaders have made. They may not realize how profoundly at odds their beliefs are with the founding principles of our nation.
Obama repeatedly said that slavery and racism is in our DNA. Think about what that means. You can't change your DNA. It's encoded in your very being. You can't remove it. You can't replace it. You can't improve it. It is simply is. So since it is in our DNA, it is always with us. We can't be forgiven of it, since we can't change it. We can't move past it, since it is still part of us, it is still with us, even if it is simply dormant.
A few years ago, Sen. Durbin (D-IL) said that slavery was a fatal flaw in our Constitution and our society. Think about what that means. What does it mean to have a fatal flaw? It means this mistake, this imperfection will doom us. And since the flaw is fatal, does it really matter if the fatality occurs today, tomorrow or 10 or 100 years from now? The result is the same - the Constitution dies. And with its the American society. So if it is destined to die, why fight for it? This flaw can't be removed and this flaw will kill us.
Between those two statements you see part of the psyche of the American Democratic Party. It no longer believes in America. You see this playing out in the "Resistance" to Trump. In Black Lives Matter and other revolutionary groups protesting - at times extremely violently - against America; against our way of governing; against everything we stand for.
It's a said commentary.