Could it be that both parties are playing in the sandbox and it’s pointless to get all brand loyal?
Sheeesh, occasionally I have to read an article from ‘The Atlantic ‘ and admit it didn’t completely suck. This one on the unfolding Ukraine corruption farce is one of em:
“How did dealing in influence to burnish the fortunes of repugnant world leaders for large payoffs become a business model? How could America’s leading lights convince themselves—and us—that this is acceptable?
Voicing this question now invites an immediate objection: “false equivalence.” Full article from The Atlantic
It’s really quite stunning to see how much corruption libs can find in another party but find ways to rationalize it in their own.
We're all sure that it is the case to some extent in some areas and with some people, Chunk. We're all grownups so none of us are harboring silly delusions of that nature.
It happens to a greater extent in some areas and with some people, and to a lesser extent in other areas or with other people.
Were YOU harboring a silly delusion that there's some alternative out there which is perfect? I sure hope not.
It's mighty frustrating when one invests a great deal of energy into killing monsters only to find out that there's even more of them in the new group you chose to affiliate with when you decided to start killing monsters in the first place.
If it shakes out that some Democrats have been diddling around where they aren't supposed to be diddling around then so be it.
That still doesn't pan out well enough to formulate a justification to leave the current people in power. Surely you must agree that we've already landed a whopper, and that it's now turning into a scene from "Jaws" where the sea creature is threatening to tear the boat apart.
Here's a visual aid: TRUMP EATS BOAT!
We're going to need a BIGGER BOAT.
We need to get this creature OFF the boat we're on now or we won't even HAVE a boat at all.