Democratic National Chair (DNC) Chair Can’t Explain The Difference Between A ‘Democrat’ And A ‘Socialist.’

Well, my Mom always told me “You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.”  The context she was speaking to was in terms of people.  The definition means that you cannot make something good out of something that is naturally bad.

Now let’s break it down:


Since Debbie didn’t know, we will give her a history lesson.

What is a Democrat – Definition of democrat by Merriam-Webster – one who practices social equality.  What is the definition of social equality:

   Social equality concerns the distribution of social goods and burdens, such as income, wealth, opportunity, education, and health care. Although we may claim that all people are somehow “equal” — say, equally valuable in the eyes of God — this is not a conception of social equality but a call for equal moral treatment — for example, to claim that everyone has the same basic rights. Instead, social equality occurs when some good, like income or happiness, is equally attained. Say the good is freedom. Social equality would then mean that freedom should be equally distributed. The problem of defining social equality involves the specification of the goods that should be equally distributed and the units to which those goods are distributed.

What is a Socialist  A way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government rather than by individual people and companies.

So folks that is what the democrats are trying to hide and don’t want to tell the people.  In other words they are communists and Muslims – no if’s, and’s, or but’s about it.

Derek Hunter

Appearing on “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was stumped when it came to answering what would appear to be a simple question on political philosophy.

After asking whether she supports the idea of Democratic presidential candidate and socialist Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders should be given a primetime speaking slot at the Democratic National Convention if he is not the party’s nominee, Matthews threw the Chairwoman a curveball she couldn’t hit.

Matthews asked Wasserman Schultz, “What is the difference between a Democrat and a socialist?”

Wasserman Schultz laughed. Matthews continued, “I used to think there was a big difference, but what do you think it is?”

Unable to answer, Wasserman Schultz said, “The difference between — the real question is what’s the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican.”

But Matthews didn’t let it go. “But what’s the big difference between being a Democrat and being a socialist?” Matthews asked. “You’re the chairman of the Democratic Party. Tell me the difference between you and a socialist.”

Again, Wasserman Schultz was unable to answer and tried to change the subject. “The relevant debate that we’ll be having over the course of this campaign,” she said, “is what’s the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican.”

“I think there’s a big difference,” Matthews concluded, “I think there’s a huge difference.”  My goodness, Matthews got it right, congratulations!

Yep, folks, there is a major difference.  Ask some of the folks in China and Russia if they have freedom?  Been there and done that and they aren’t happy – they just try to make the best of what they have until something better comes along!  They keep hoping and praying for another Gorbachev to come along.  They say Putin almost had a heart attack when Gorby was giving the Russian people so many liberties.



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