What is the democrats’ problem with democracy?

It seems that democrats are always trying an end run around democracy and the US Constitution whenever the American people wake up to their far left extremist agenda.

Here are two recent examples:

North Carolina Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue recommends suspending Congressional elections for the next couple of years. She argues that by taking the “pressure” of re-election off members of Congress will allow them to focus on the economy.  This moonbat misses the entire point of holding the entire house and a third of the Senate accountable to the American people every two years!  Perhaps she does understand that and is lying in order to promote her party’s extremist agenda.  Either one is not good for the American people.

President Obama’s former budget director, Peter Orszag writes in the far left “New Republic” that “we need to counter the gridlock of our political institutions by making them a bit less democratic.” Really? Democrats didn’t mind gridlock when they were the “Party of No”, blocking the agenda of a Republican president.  How about  a dose of reality in translating Mr. Orszag’s whining…Our Dear Leader‘s far left extremist policies are extremely unpopular with the American people (see the 2010 mid-term elections), so we need to suspend that pesky Constitution thing in order to ram our vision of a socialist utopia down the throats of the people who are going to suffer the most at its enactment.

Expect a MSM/DNC blackout on a democrat Governor calling for the suspension of elections also.

2 thoughts on “What is the democrats’ problem with democracy?”

  1. Pingback: The Libertarian: The economic solution - suspend the elections

  2. The problem with Democracy is that it is too democratic.

    Furthermore, under Democracy the people together constitute the sovereign authority. This fully contradicts the statist or parasite frame of reference where the people are only objects to be used by the self appointed elites.

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