Republicans on Halloween


Halloween is almost upon us and it is time for Trick or Treating.  Unfortunately it seems with the round of candidates up for the Presidential Nominee, it is the Republican Party that is playing tricks on us.  So sure a kid seemingly dressed as a ghost is more likely a moderate Republican (or what 20 years ago was the mainstream of the party), hiding his face in shame for what the party has become.

Republicans continue to hearken back to the Reagan era, but pundit after pundit will tell you that Reagan would be unelectable in today’s Republican Party.   See here and here. Starting with the Clinton era, forged in the Bush era and solidified in the Obama era, both parties have moved further and further from the center and would rather see the other side lose than to get things done for the country.

Is it just the party or has the populace moved away from the center as well?

Bonus points if you get the title of this cartoon: “We all have a face that we hide away forever”  Without looking it up of course


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  1. Comedy Plus says:

    I’m a registered republican just so you know. I think both parties are a joke and we need another party to rise out of the ashes if we want to get anything done. Both sides need to be ghosts. Both are the same if you ask me.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

  2. Red says:

    The Stranger

  3. Bill Murphy says:

    Good luck with your Kickstarter Bearman! I want to this this become reality! 😀

  4. Binky says:

    Governments seem to be there to serve themselves these days, rather than to help their people. We need a new form of self government.

  5. Dave says:

    I gave up on politics a while back. I don’t think “We the People” applies much anymore.

  6. lisleman says:

    without looking it up – I guess a Billy Joel song, “Stranger” I think was the title.
    I believe there are many problems with politics. One is money but money has been a problem for a long time and it does seem to pair up well with power. Another problem that might be fixable is the news media. I should say the so-called news. It’s not quality news really. They have become entertainment and turned campaigns/scandals into sporting events to get ratings. I believe PBS covers the news the best.

  7. G. B. Miller says:

    I’m a registered Republican, and while I don’t care much about what they do nationally, at least nationally they have a spine.

    Locally here in CT, the Republican party has been pretty much reduced to the status of a toddler that has common sense but no one listens to them. Our state is being driven deep into the maggot motel by the Democratic party because they solid majorities in all facets of the legislature, so they give only the tiniest of lip service to the Republicans, just to maintain the façade of getting along.

  8. Scott says:

    Bonus points for me: It’s a line from a Billy Joel song called, “The Stranger”!

    And I couldn’t agree more–both the Republican and Democratic Parties have never been as extremist, corrupt, powerful, and self-serving as they are now.

    It’s so bizarre–political parties were never envisioned by our country’s founders, in the first place. George Washington was our only independent president because there were no political parties when he was elected. And he was dismayed to see–during his second term–the government that he had both fought for in the battle field, and helped establish, already begin unraveling into factions (which we now call political parties)–leading to the election of the first political-party-affiliated president, John Adams, at the end of Washington’s second term.

  9. Tony McGurk says:

    This is true of Australian politicians too

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