Time for Republicans to accept reality
It is finally time for Republicans to join the reality-based community of America.
Obama is one of us.
He’s not a socialist but more a centrist who leans a bit to the left.
Obama is a re-elected president who doesn’t hate his fellow Americans, but, contrary to some, he knows how to be an American much as any of us. He is not a Muslim, and his policies are strongly motivated by Christian theology.
Obama is a family man and patriot, who was born in Hawaii, and he does not travel around the world apologizing for our country.
Reality is that white males are no longer sitting in the driver’s seat.
We are now a multiracial, multicultural country.
Women are now gaining the equality that is rightfully theirs.
So, you must either love our new America, or it will certainly leave you behind.
Democrats don’t believe in the government controlling every aspect of your life.
They are values voters who believe in justice, compassion and social responsibility.
People aren’t in poverty because they are lazy. They do hard, physical work others don’t want to do; many work two jobs.
Even though we have excellent doctors, America does not have the best health care system in the world.
Among the advanced nations in the world, we are one of the worst.
The Affordable Care Act will, like Medicare, be one of the best things that ever happened to our middle class.
Climate change is real, the earth is 3+ billion years old, voter ID fraud is a myth.
Fertilized eggs are not people and neither is a corporation.
Gays and lesbians are all a part of the human family.
Obama is not going to take away your guns nor is he going to interfere with your religious choices.
Social Security, itself, is not broke nor does it add to the deficit, and we will not experience an economic meltdown asking the wealthy pay a higher tax rate.
Without some real soul searching, and changes in light of these realities, the GOP will become the Gone Obsolete Party.
Even though I am a Democrat, I would not like to see that become a reality.
I would like to see bipartisanship become the reality.