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@rk9152 wrote:

@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 

Is it time to bring back the thread exposing your neo marxist theories as bull again? 


go for it. as a going in position I'd suggest you check out Marx's 10 Planks and decide which you don't like.


Tell us which planks you like and dislike, and why. We are all eagerly await your thoughts.


Well, "us", MLseker seems to want a discussion on Marxist ideology in the modern Democratic Party. Are you also interested? 

 

scout goes the same route of denying an affinity for the thinking of Marx but doesn't seem to want to consider the basics of Marxism.

 

And you ........ well, it seems you are just looking for a fight.


You did not give us the information I asked you for. Now lets have your views on that subject. No changing the subject before we have your views.

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@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 

Is it time to bring back the thread exposing your neo marxist theories as bull again? 


go for it. as a going in position I'd suggest you check out Marx's 10 Planks and decide which you don't like.


Tell us which planks you like and dislike, and why. We are all eagerly await your thoughts.


Well, "us", MLseker seems to want a discussion on Marxist ideology in the modern Democratic Party. Are you also interested? 

 

scout goes the same route of denying an affinity for the thinking of Marx but doesn't seem to want to consider the basics of Marxism.

 

And you ........ well, it seems you are just looking for a fight.

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Re: Democrat Wants to Replace Ocasio-Cortez

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@rk9152 wrote:

@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 

Is it time to bring back the thread exposing your neo marxist theories as bull again? 


go for it. as a going in position I'd suggest you check out Marx's 10 Planks and decide which you don't like.


Tell us which planks you like and dislike, and why. We are all eagerly await your thoughts.

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@MIseker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 

Is it time to bring back the thread exposing your neo marxist theories as bull again? 


go for it. as a going in position I'd suggest you check out Marx's 10 Planks and decide which you don't like.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 

Is it time to bring back the thread exposing your neo marxist theories as bull again? 

So it begins.
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The Hill quoted an unnamed Democrat who reached out to the New York delegation to urge them to find a politician from the Bronx or Queens to challenge Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.


“What I have recommended to the New York delegation is that you find her a primary opponent and make her a one-term congressperson,” the lawmaker told the political news website. “You’ve got numerous council people and state legislators who’ve been waiting 20 years for that seat.”


When a Twitter-user suggested Wednesday that “this bartender” should have started out running for city council, Ocasio-Cortez fired back:


"'This bartender’ has served in a Senate casework office, organized & educated 1000s of young people, earned relevant degrees w/ honors, worked on field campaigns, and the only reason I wasn’t told to run for city council was because I was consistently told not to run at all."


AOC also slammed former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz after he dismissed her proposal for a tax on the nation’s wealthiest.

aoc starbucks.png

 


Interesting. Seems AOC may have created a candidate who will pull more votes from lil donny than from whoever runs as a Dem.

 

His management of Starbucks may have turned a small time operation into a world-wide juggernaut BUT his baresta's make around $9/hr, work 3-day weeks and receive $1,300/year in tips making their annual income (9x8x3x52 +1300=)

$12,532 while allowing him to accumulate wealth of $3.4BILLION which works out to $97Million each year for 35 years. Information on Starbuck workers wages comes from Fortune and Schultz's wealth is from his bio in Encyclopedia Britannica.

 

THAT is a business model that should warm the cockles of a GOPerLord's heart spleen but only appeal to workers who like lil donny.

 

Contrast Schultz treatment of employees with how Ross Perot dealt with his workers at EDS, this a quote from a Dallas News article by Gary Jacobson:

But his impact remained. Former workers, without exception, say Perot cared about EDS people and their families. “If you took care of Perot, he took care of you,” said former employee Robbie Robinson.

It was Perot who sent the flowers, knew the names of employees’ children, and would fly someone around the world to get the best medical specialist. No questions asked.


Alternate view, he came up from poverty and started a company that provides jobs for 238,000 people.

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@nctarheel wrote:

@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 


Yes, she is fresh blood and an honest neoMarxist. She is bringing the ideology of the Progressive Movement out of the closet and that is what has the Dems upset. They identify with the ideology but haven't the guts to honestly admit it and try to sell it to the voters.
As to "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE" - if that is what the people want then so be it. 
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@gordyfl wrote:

The Hill quoted an unnamed Democrat who reached out to the New York delegation to urge them to find a politician from the Bronx or Queens to challenge Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.


“What I have recommended to the New York delegation is that you find her a primary opponent and make her a one-term congressperson,” the lawmaker told the political news website. “You’ve got numerous council people and state legislators who’ve been waiting 20 years for that seat.”


When a Twitter-user suggested Wednesday that “this bartender” should have started out running for city council, Ocasio-Cortez fired back:


"'This bartender’ has served in a Senate casework office, organized & educated 1000s of young people, earned relevant degrees w/ honors, worked on field campaigns, and the only reason I wasn’t told to run for city council was because I was consistently told not to run at all."


AOC also slammed former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz after he dismissed her proposal for a tax on the nation’s wealthiest.

aoc starbucks.png

 


Interesting. Seems AOC may have created a candidate who will pull more votes from lil donny than from whoever runs as a Dem.

 

His management of Starbucks may have turned a small time operation into a world-wide juggernaut BUT his baresta's make around $9/hr, work 3-day weeks and receive $1,300/year in tips making their annual income (9x8x3x52 +1300=)

$12,532 while allowing him to accumulate wealth of $3.4BILLION which works out to $97Million each year for 35 years. Information on Starbuck workers wages comes from Fortune and Schultz's wealth is from his bio in Encyclopedia Britannica.

 

THAT is a business model that should warm the cockles of a GOPerLord's heart spleen but only appeal to workers who like lil donny.

 

Contrast Schultz treatment of employees with how Ross Perot dealt with his workers at EDS, this a quote from a Dallas News article by Gary Jacobson:

But his impact remained. Former workers, without exception, say Perot cared about EDS people and their families. “If you took care of Perot, he took care of you,” said former employee Robbie Robinson.

It was Perot who sent the flowers, knew the names of employees’ children, and would fly someone around the world to get the best medical specialist. No questions asked.

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She is fierce. Look how much she scares people. 🙂

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@RobertH489899 wrote:

Well, at least one of the Dems has some sense!


Your support for Ocasio-Cortez is duly noted, @RobertH489899 .

 

New, fresh blood is what makes the Democratic Party the "PARTY OF THE PEOPLE"; not of the rich.

 

 

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