The so-called Progressives or Socialist Left have overthrown the Democrat Party, formerly known as the People's Party. Traditional Democrats, formerly known as Kennedy Democrats, have common sense and decency. They want the same equality of opportunities as championed by Republicans and do not want equity of outcomes mandated by so-called Progressives. Together, we want gainful employment, quality education and healthcare, affordable housing, and a sustainable standard of living. We don't want to let violent offenders or drug dealers out of jail. We don't want a wide-open southern border. We don't want our public schools sexualizing our prepubescent children and grandchildren.
But, the fact of the matter is that we all have been lied to by the Washington, D.C. establishment, career bureaucrats, corporatists, globalists and elitists in Big Media, Big Pharma and Big Tech into believing that we the people are our own worst enemy and we must destroy each other while they get richer and more powerful as we get poorer and weaker. Traditional Democrats don't see what's happening to their Democrat party or they're denying its radicalization or are accepting it. But, their denial or acceptance of authoritarian and socialist policies, priorities, and politics don't necessarily mean they're evil people or enemies of the republic.
Republicans, conservatives, and libertarians can continue to label "Democrats" as un-American, unpatriotic, socialists, or communists, or we can more accurately and correctly challenge the divisive, destructive, and demented policies, priorities, and politics of Joe Biden and the so-called Progressive elitists who defame and slander their critics and challengers as conspiracy theorists, domestic terrorists, right-wing extremists, racists or sexists while making themselves richer or more powerful at the expense of the rest of us.
The more we Republicans bash all "Democrats" monolithically, the less we will be able to win over the hearts and minds of traditional Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents to listen to us and enlist them in our causes to put American families and businesses first and foremost, to make America more affordable for more people, and to protect our individual rights, freedoms and liberties. If we can't reduce the noise and, nonsense to enlist traditional Democrats, Democrat-leaning independents, or undecided unenrolled voters because we continue to name-call them using the word "Democrat" as a pejorative term, then Massachusetts Republicans will have ZERO leverage to expect Democrat incumbents to debate Republican candidates, to listen to the voters and to contribute to our causes.
When we make our case to voters outside the rhetoric of us versus them, then and only then, will we get the debates that the voters deserve and the donations that our candidates require. Otherwise, there is no reason for Democrat incumbents to risk exposing themselves as the Hard Left, liberal lunatics or socialists that we know their policies, priorities and politics show. They've already convinced their voter base, with a complicit and duplicitous Big Media and Big Tech, that we the people are the problem.
The Democratic National Committee, especially in states like Massachusetts, feel their work is done for this election cycle and beyond. Their coordinated national strategy is simple: "Say little and do even less." Whether or not the DNC's strategy works this November will be largely determined by the race for Governor of Massachusetts.
An early poll showed Geoff Diehl trailing Maura Healey by 18 points but ahead with independents by 8 points. Since then, the media falsely labeled Mr. Diehl a far-right extremist, and the whole MassGOP as extremists because of his Trump endorsement, his public position on free and fair elections, and his valid questions about the integrity of the 2020 election. Instead of truthfully and correctly presenting Mr. Diehl's positions and opinions, the Boston Globe along with their cohorts in local T.V. news have cynically labeled him a 2020 election denier-- which is not a mainstream view in Massachusetts.
The recent polls show that the DNC's strategy of sheltering-in-place Democrat incumbents and the big lies of the media appear to be working as the most recent Boston Globe poll shows Mr. Diehl trailing by 26 points to Ms. Healey. And as Diehl goes, so goes the rest of the MassGOP candidates this November. Unless individual Republican candidates make their case directly to traditional Democrats, Democrat-leaning independents, and undecided unenrolled voters, the results of November will be a foregone conclusion.
Nurse Dan's message is simple and straightforward. To MassGOP candidates, Turn to the people and speak directly about the big issues that matter to the majority of the voters. Tune out the elitists who believe they are better than the rest of us and practice do as I say not as I do. To traditional Democrats, Democrat-leaning independents and undecided unenrolled voters, reject Big Media and Big Tech's noise and nonsense. Join the cause of equality of opportunity and unjoin the campaign for equity of outcomes. Choose peace and prosperity and health and happiness. Defend your unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Nurse Dan 2024
"There are two types of candidates who run for office. One type wants to be someone out of personal ambition and the other wants to do something to help us. The one who wants to be a public figure talks about oneself and enjoys self-promotion and photo-ops. The one that actually wants to do something as a public servant discusses the issues that matter to us and proposes solutions to the crises we endure. "
Nurse Dan Sullivan
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