While driving home from church, I was listening to the radio and I did not realize that one of the local radio stations was simulcasting the Democratic National Convention. I was tempted to turn it off, but former President Bill Clinton was speaking and I wanted to hear what he had to say.
A couple of times during his speech, he spoke about income inequality. Does he think that everyone needs to make the same amount of money for different jobs? (I am asking a rhetorical question here) He used the phrase at least twice during the speech. I guess this was his reminder that Democrats are still liberals and ultimately socialists at heart.
He also took a jab at the Republicans and the “example” that they set. Hmmm, Mr. Clinton, George W Bush has not been the greatest President, but where do you have any right to talk about being an example, when you disrespected the office of the Presidency by engaging in an immoral, sexual affair in the Oval Office? Lets see who wants to talk about being an “example”?
Why don’t the Democrats do the right thing and rename their party the Socialist party, because that is all that they seem to espouse these days?