Before the internet, before Donald Trump, and before an active conservative movement, Democrats would hide their lust for power behind slogans and socialist ideas designed to attract votes.
They would pretend to have solutions, debate both sides of an issue, and go along with certain viewpoints that do nothing to grow government.
There was no Drudge Report, no Facebook, and no emails to forward about the most recent plan to raise taxes that looks a lot like the other plan to raise taxes.
It would seem though that they’ve given up trying to hide.
The political establishment and Democrat party have dedicated their future towards ignoring solutions to problems and opting instead to expose themselves as only interested in the voters that vote Democrat. They know that they cannot compete with an open internet that exposes them at every turn.
Like a football team only interested in scoring points and not defense, Democrats know how many votes they need to win, and by government employment and welfare spending, they seem to have the majority.
The only problem is that even some of them are starting to see the evils of Democrat governing.
So what’s a Democrat to do to stay in power?
The centerpiece of the 2016 election seems to be to aggressively attract new Democrat voters who do not know yet how destructive Democrat policies are.
Amnesty, an introduction of a movement designed to allow 16-year-olds to vote, and even the Syrian refugee crisis, all enhance Democrat voting.
A recent poll showed that 81% of Muslims are likely Democrat voters.
Hillary Clinton, showing no interest in answering questions, debating ideas, or coming up with any kind of solutions, will be the first presidential candidate on the left not to even bother to try and trick the electorate with false promises.
Her only plan: theft. To steal money from people who have it and give it to those who don’t, for a price. The price? Just their vote.
If she succeeds, Republican voters are likely to give up hope, stay home, and possibly stop voting altogether.
Many say the election of 2016 is one of a direction for this country, right or left.
I would suggest that it’s a tipping point. A political party so bold as to ignore participating in governing and opt instead for looting its people so openly, will transform government significantly if elected.