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This morning my friend Chris from the site The New York Times wrote this amazing piece on how Donald Trump isn’t the greatest GOP candidate in decades, despite all the bullshit he has said. They even put the whole “basket of deplorables” idea in there – a term which makes no sense. This should give them so much grief that they’ll be forced to actually publish this.
The article is very well written but the first part that stands out to me is his critique of his own party’s “overly enthusiastic, over-enthusiastic” supporters. He argues that this is a serious problem for both Democrats and Republicans, both in terms of whether or not they become too enthusiastic about any of the candidates and how long they can go with this. His point: it’s not like there’re any great campaigns in 2016. They’re a bunch of good candidates, but they can’t win the nomination right now. This is not necessarily an indictment of the GOP. It’s only an indictment of the Republican Party.
His comments are very insightful and worth the read but you should put that second part in context. There have been a few campaigns lately where there’s a serious campaign, or a serious campaign strategy, or an actual campaign. It has worked. It’s been a real campaign, for real people, for real voters, and it was really, really successful.
These are not the sorts of campaigns I’m talking about because it’s pretty clear to me that if one looks at the campaign landscape from 2016 onward, there’s one obvious thing that has changed since 2008: the rise of Bernie Sanders. In other words, it looks like there is a big candidate, who has been running a coherent campaign from start to finish, whose ideas and platform are resonating with lots of people outside of the Democratic or Republican parties. The idea of a candidate like this is not new. But this year, in an election dominated by an awful campaign of misinformation, misinformation, and bigotry, it does bear closer scrutiny. And this election is about far more than the future of Republican and Democratic politics. It’s about the future of democracy itself.
The best case for Bernie Sanders is that it’s a movement. This means that he’s going to get his message across effectively as an independent candidate rather than relying on the party apparatus he has no shot at winning. That means he is going to be able to continue to do that
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