Ok, you keep blaming Democrats as if it's all one party's problem.
It's not. Look at how the GOP just bailed out the economy because of coronacrash. The problem is that we have an economy that would not settle down even if it was allowed to crash completely. If corporations went bankrupt, they would just turn into commodities to be bought and sold, and people would just keep taking advantage of desperation to manipulate others to cough up more money.
What's supposed to happen in a free market is that people are supposed to keep lowering their prices until demand rises to buy whatever they are selling, or if they can't justify production costs with what the market is willing to pay, they get out of the market.
Neither Democrats or Republicans are going to allow that to happen, but the problem with Democrats is that they want to tack on even more spending to stimulus bills, and they deny that all the extra money will do is cause the economy to grow that much more, which will cement the status quo that much more against change.
So the Democrats want to "spend for change" but it ends up having the opposite effect, i.e. they stimulate the anti-change economic ethos that works for the money and to protect the economic practices that make them the most money, which are the ones that need changing.
I will not succumb to a party who will not allow me to make my own decision on my own beliefs on abortion. I will not succumb to a party who puts profits first, people second. Clean air? Nope, not under Republican rule. Clean water or energy? Nope, same reason. Fair treatment, housing, wages or voting rights? Nonexistent on a Republican ticket.
People who get paid to monitor pollution are just as interested in keeping their tax-paying businesses paying their bills as every other employee of that corporation. There is no interest in reducing the operations of industries that pay to employ people, either directly or through government.
As for abortion-choice, that is something I used to support but I had too many women arguing against it, and I finally realized that if there aren't laws against abortion, women are not protected against the social pressures that push them to abort pregnancies and/or have sex despite the risk.
You're asking me to compromise on the uncompromising positions.
You should just see that the Democrats fundamentally undermine environmental/climate reforms in the way that they approach regulation.
You're right, things will get much uglier from here.
You will not dictate to me your beliefs without respecting mine.
You can still retaliate against the GOP by murdering fetuses. If that's not ugly enough for you, I'm not sure what would satisfy you? Trump's head on a platter?
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