To adapt a line from Huey Lewis: I want a new party--one that won't make me sick. My column on the Democratic debates.
Once you get past his ritual, oft-repeated denunciations of Trump and the Republicans, ⁦⁩ writes a good column on how far out in left field the Democrats are. via
"It’s hardly out of the question that Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren or Kamala Harris could beat Trump. The problem is that too many of them advocate terrible policies, ruinous schemes, discredited notions and crackpot ideas.'"
This is a line from the new Bret Stephens column. It's an example of the weird denial we engage in about corporations.
If your prior cures help lead to Trump, perhaps you should heal thyself.
. restates the thesis of ’s recent column (8/1/19): "All the Democrats have to do to win is to come off less crazy than Trump. And, of course, they’re blowing it." (H/T for the )
christ, Bret Stephens *also* wrote a column about the Democratic nominating process having gone off the rails today that *also* ignores the existence of Joe Biden.
.⁦⁩: It’s hardly out of the question that a Democratic candidate could beat Trump. The problem is that too many of them advocate terrible policies, ruinous schemes, discredited notions and crackpot ideas. #2020
"I realize some readers will discount this column as unwanted advice from a non-Democrat. But I want Trump to lose next year as much as anyone."
lots of concrete wisdom in ⁦⁩ today: “All of this is tragic. It will make the Trump campaign’s job of selling the president as the non-insane option shamefully easy....all while bending toward the fringe, instead of the center.”
Excellent piece by ⁦⁩ who would like to see Trump defeated but is rightly exasperated by the Democrats’ strategies for doing so. Opinion | Democrats Are Not Up To Their Historic Responsibility - The New York Times