Democrats argue with themselves on social media (without realizing it).

I’m seeing two conflicting talking points permeate my social media feeds.  Out one side of their mouths, they insist that people must vote against Allan Fung no matter who he is, what he’s done, or what he believes, because he’s simply a vote for a Republican Congress.  Out the other side of their mouths, they insist that any Republican voting for Herschel Walker must agree with everything he’s ever done and cannot possibly believe in the principles they espouse.

When convenient, their principles are “vote the party,” and when elsewise convenient, they’re “vote the person”… as long as you’re always voting to give Democrats power.

I wish I didn’t have to be partisan on this, but over the past 10-15 years, it’s become increasingly difficult to find any principle other than “we must be in power” among Democrats.

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