Are the Democrat and Republican parties BOTH enemies of the working/middle class people?

By admin ~ January 19th, 2011 @ 10:37 am
I would have asked this a few months ago but the hype about Obama bringing real change to the world diluted the question.

Looking at the track record of both parties, is it safe to assume neither party has your interests in mind???

Obama and Bush are both extensions of the will of the global overclass in their attempt to claim hegemony over all people and resources of the world.

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12 Responses to Are the Democrat and Republican parties BOTH enemies of the working/middle class people?

  1. r_u_drunk_or_just_braindead

    Both parties are controlled by corporate america. However, democrats help the working class while republicans love to enslave them and scam them.

  2. Wes

    Your are correct, divide and conquer is their game.

  3. Coyote

    Puppets of the Industries

    I’m Indepedent

  4. Judicator

    Nope, but I believe the degradation of the parties represents the quality of the society the politicians come from.

  5. Kiss me I have Swine Flu

    Not both. Only Republicans

  6. Cthulhu Fhtagn

    If you listen to both of them they both claim to be fighting for the middle class while neither are actually doing it.

    The Scam the democrats pull is that they are fighting for the little guy the working class the middle class families.

    But what they don’t realize when they increase taxes on cigarettes and soda they are hurting the people they claim to be helping.

  7. Stephanie says LOL @ Nascar

    Yes they are both enemies of the average working and middle class US citizen. Both parties are essentially the same but people distracted with nonsense wedge issues ie, homosexual marriage, abortion, flag burning, religion, etc.

    Each election cycle both fail to deliver on their campaign promises yet people keep voting for them expecting something different and insisting that next time change will come if only their party can regain power of Congress or the White House. They keep voting the two party system out of misguided fear of the “other side” being in control, they vote what they think is the lesser of two evils.

  8. The Last Man Standing

    Yes. We’re usually on the losing end of their decisions.

  9. Ron R

    I wouldn’t call them enemies of the middle class, they just have no use for anyone outside government……..congress makes decisions based on their own personal goals and gains, the american people are just collateral damage for any of their own personal decisions.

  10. It's That Guy

    To some extent you’re absolutely right. The problem is that money has gotten so important in elections that we no longer have elections, we have -auctions-. Both parties get their money from the same sources, so you can’t really expect their agendas to be all that different.

    But though both parties are almost irretrievably corrupt, the Democrats are still a little more responsive to the people, a little more accountable. The Republicans, even in their weakened ‘minority’ status, do a better job of keeping a Democratic president honest, keeping him reined in. You could see in the last 2 years that even with (slim) majorities in both houses of Congress, the Democrats were powerless to stop the Bush administration. But Obama is much more responsive to the Republicans than when the situation was reversed.

    Look back and you see the same thing. Nixon and Reagan were out of control, and among the most corrupt in our history. Carter and Clinton, whatever bad things you can say about them, they ran a more honest game, their admins. were more open, more accountable.

    Part of this has to do with the basic differences between liberals and conservatives. And part has to do with the incredibly corrupt and incompetent leadership of the Bush administration, which is not a historical tradition for Republicans (usually they’re just crooks).

  11. Meka

    Masters of the Universe, Puppets of the Industry,

    Every party should have our interest in mind….beer, mixed drinks, and finger foods….what’s a party without it!

    Hey what party are you with?

  12. Rollo

    Every political system exists to keep those people in power, still in power. To that end, business interests either through donations or via the lobby system, finances both the Republicans and the Democrats.

    The great lie about the American “Democracy” is that anyone can work their way up to become president, but this says nothing of the fact that only those who were rich and powerful to begin with ever get a chance.

    For the people, by the people… what a crock!


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