Why Democrats Should Be Losing Sleep Over Generation Z

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Wait, now you are saying "Democrats don't need to lose any sleep over Generation Z."?
It's amusing how you finally figure something out and you turn around and say "now you are saying ..."


am assuming you mean that they will fall in line w/ the leftists. The dems can't even seem to be able to figure out what they are doing, splitting at the seams so to say. Socialism seems to be the direction they are heading. That is far from "fiscally conservative"
Did I say "fall in line w/ the leftists"?
No.

The fact that you don't understand what somebody is doing is not the same thing as them not being able to figure out what they are doing.
"Socialism"? No.
The U.S. political spectrum is skewed to the right and towards capitalism that people who see anything varying from that area think it's "socialism".

I explained why Dems are more "fiscally conservative". They actually reduce the deficit while Repubs do not.
 
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I explained why Dems are more "fiscally conservative". They actually reduce the deficit while Repubs do not.
66% of our national debt was borrowed by Democrats due to their overspending.
Republicans over spending is 10% of our national debt
Divided congresses have created 24% of our national debt

Red States are more fiscally sound than Blue states.

so explain that Dems are more fiscally conservative thingy again.
 
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66% of our national debt was borrowed by Democrats due to their overspending.
Republicans over spending is 10% of our national debt
Divided congresses have created 24% of our national debt
I've already addressed this drivel in the thread you raised it in.

The analysis you put forward is incredibly sketchy and incomplete.


Red States are more fiscally sound than Blue states.
Can you elaborate on this claim?


so explain that Dems are more fiscally conservative thingy again.
Already explained.
Since Reagan => Repub president in the White House => rising deficit.
Likewise, => Dem president in the White House => falling deficit.
 
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It's amusing how you finally figure something out and you turn around and say "now you are saying ..."



Did I say "fall in line w/ the leftists"?
No.

The fact that you don't understand what somebody is doing is not the same thing as them not being able to figure out what they are doing.
"Socialism"? No.
The U.S. political spectrum is skewed to the right and towards capitalism that people who see anything varying from that area think it's "socialism".

I explained why Dems are more "fiscally conservative". They actually reduce the deficit while Repubs do not.
Wait, are you now saying that there is not a socialist movment w/ in the Democrat party?
 
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Wait, are you now saying that there is not a socialist movment w/ in the Democrat party?
I am saying that your claim that "Socialism seems to be the direction they are heading" is not an accurate statement. Not when one looks at what the true definition of "socialism" is and doesn't devolve into mindlessly using it as a slur label on anything that doesn't fit into their narrow boundaries...

I find it interesting that you fixate on this one aspect and blatantly ignore all the other areas I listed where there is obvious overlap between Dems and Gen Z.
 
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I am saying that your claim that "Socialism seems to be the direction they are heading" is not an accurate statement. Not when one looks at what the true definition of "socialism" is and doesn't devolve into mindlessly using it as a slur label on anything that doesn't fit into their narrow boundaries...

I find it interesting that you fixate on this one aspect and blatantly ignore all the other areas I listed where there is obvious overlap between Dems and Gen Z.
Oh, Jesus "the true definition of socialism"

I am talking about the actual socialists who have run and won and are pushing from w/in and out of the Democrat party to move in that direction. You are being willfully obtuse.
 
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Oh, Jesus "the true definition of socialism"
I am talking about the actual socialists who have run and won and are pushing from w/in and out of the Democrat party to move in that direction. You are being willfully obtuse.
No.
I am recognizing that many people toss around the label "socialist" like it's a slur and don't appreciate what it truly means.

The below web-site has a decent analysis on the spectrum and noting where people lie across the entire spectrum and not just the U.S. context...
The Political Compass
 
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No.
I am recognizing that many people toss around the label "socialist" like it's a slur and don't appreciate what it truly means.

The below web-site has a decent analysis on the spectrum and noting where people lie across the entire spectrum and not just the U.S. context...
The Political Compass

That's nice. Kinda a red herring since this is what i said


Depends on what happens to both parties. The gop platform is dead as the youth, up coming leadership in the conservative movment are obviously libertarian do they take over the gop after the boomers finally die off or split off?

Same w/ the democrats. We are seeing the DNC fracture as we speak as the youth pushes for a more socialist platform exposing the old guard DNC as the warmongering neo liberals that they are.



obviously speaking about the current political climate
 
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That's nice. Kinda a red herring since this is what i said
This crap you pull is pathetic.
You asked me about what I said.
When I explain it, you call it a red herring???
:rolleyes:

Yet another excuse to repeat yourself as you ignore what I said...
And the stupid part of your response is I WAS NOT REPLYING TO what you are requoting at me.
That was a post you made to somebody else that I never even replied to. But somehow I'm wrong in that situation? :rolleyes:

I was responding to another post, but now you want to obfuscate what I was replying to by moving the goal-posts...


Depends on what happens to both parties. The gop platform is dead as the youth, up coming leadership in the conservative movment are obviously libertarian do they take over the gop after the boomers finally die off or split off?
How the heck you claim they are libertarian is beyond me...
Libertarians Are Politically Homeless in the Trump Era - The Atlantic



Same w/ the democrats. We are seeing the DNC fracture as we speak as the youth pushes for a more socialist platform exposing the old guard DNC as the warmongering neo liberals that they are.
"warmongering"?
"fracturing"?
:rolleyes:
Seriously. Do you just say crap that sounds good?