@blackjack21 , you said in reply to me that;
Agreed. We also understand the more cynical side of deep state politics.
One of those cases where if It was a food in a restaurant, knowing what went into it and how it was made you'd not want to eat it, lol....
What I find humorous about the people clamoring for AOC is that they are utterly silent on issues that they rail against Republicans for when it happens to Democrats, and they still try to present themselves as not partisan. I used to be a Republican and I actively root for the defeat of many Republicans, like Paul Ryan for example. Yet, our ideologues on Judge Roy Moore or Brett Kavanaugh have nothing to say about the executive branch of Virginia.
Partisanship gives a lot of people meaning for their lives, and I don't mean just Politicians and their underlings either. They identify with a brand much like their favorite sports teams, entertainers, or fast food.
You know, Children... And Children must be led, hopefully the right way.
They are also pretty silent about the a quarter of a year of protests in France with the Gilets Jaunes. The best mainstream coverage from those events now comes from RT. By contrast, the US mainstream media gives the story little coverage and YouTube actively censors non-establishment outlets.
They hope it'll just magically go away without their coverage, as if their coverage will make all the difference in the world. It won't go away, it's just getting started, we're looking at the Fourth Wave of Revolution to hit the modern world; 1776 started the First Wave, 1848 started the Second Wave (a failure), and 1917 started the Third Wave.
Meanwhile, the right in America understands how Putin has played a weak hand into a much stronger one. For example:
Yes, he did, brought Russia back from the abyss which the Collapse of the Soviet Union and the looting of the remains had brought It to.
I would add that Christians Bet on Trump and Won is the left's more profound fear of Trump and Russia--resurgent Christianity. The attack of the homosexuals on Christianity has backfired badly.
That which is weak and not true of and among the thousands of sects will die, the true faith will remain.
And on a practical level, societies are built on families, and the people who bring children into the world will be the builders.
But man is a fickle and disreputable creature and perhaps, like a chess-player, is interested in the process of attaining his goal rather than the goal itself.