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124,065.  Montgomery: When a person dies and is buried it seems there are certain voodoo priests who have the power to bring him back to life … It’s worse than horrible because a zombie has no will of his own.  You see them sometimes walking around blindly with dead eyes, following orders, not knowing what they do, not caring.

 

Lawrence [Bob Hope]: You mean like Democrats?  (Zombie & Democrats)  The Ghost Breakers 1940 starring Bob Hope & Paulette Goddard & Richard Carlson & Paul Lukas & Willie Best & Pedro de Cordoba & Virginia Brissac & Noble Johnson et al, director George Marshall  

 

 

123,124.  As the Democrats became more like Republicans, so did the entire liberal establishment.  (Trump & United States of America & Democrat)  Michael Moore, Fahrenheit 11/9, 2018 

 

 

109,494.  You pompously call yourselves Republicans and Democrats.  There is no Republican party.  There is no Democrat party.  There are no Republicans nor Democrats in this House.  You are lick-splitters and panderers, the creatures of the Plutocracy.  (Republican & Democrat & Politics)  Jack London, The Iron Heel

 

 

112,289.  We must win, because Ohio, the far-left wing of the Democrat Party, not mainstream Democrat ideology, the values, the planks in the platform of the Democrat Party.  It’s the far-left wing of the party is getting ready to take over the entire federal government.  (Palin & Democrats)  Sarah Palin, campaign speech 3rd November 2008

 

 

28,344.  In the United States, both the upper levels of the Republican and Democratic Parties are in the pay of the corporate media and communication giants.  (United States & Democrat & Republican & Corporations)  Robert McChesney and John Nichols

 

 

108,010.  And soon Democrats began competing with Republicans to prove they could be even tougher on them [possessors of small amounts of drugs] than their Republican counterparts.  And so it was president Bill Clinton who escalated the drug war far beyond what his Republican predecessor even dreamed possible.  And it was president Clinton that championed laws denying federal financial aid to drug offenders for college.  It was president Clinton who championed laws banning people with criminal convictions from access to public housing so that people wouldn’t have housing upon release from prison.  It was the Clinton administration that championed laws denying even food stamps under federal law who were once caught with drugs.  (Clinton & Democrats & Drugs)  Michelle Alexander, author The New Jim Crow, cited Hillary Clinton: Republican for President, Reich-Wing Watch 2016

 

 

29,191.  Instead of having one name communism, they have two names: Republicans and Democrats: it’s one party ... They’re having a party and you are paying for it.  (United States & Politics & Republicans & Democrats)  Gerald Celente

 

 

29,234.  In 2010 Obama’s Democrats were slaughtered.  (United States & Obama & Democrats)  Andrew Marr, Obama: What Happened to Hope?  BBC 2012

 

 

29,257.  Back home in a Gallup poll Wallace was the choice of 57% of Democratic voters to succeed Roosevelt.  (United States & Democrat)  Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States II: Roosevelt, Truman & Wallace

 

 

29,323.  Both parties lurched further to the right.  (United States & Democrats & Republicans & Politics)  Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States IX: Bush and Clinton – American Triumphalism – New World Order

 

 

29,734.  Can we please get the names of the Jews, big Jewish contributors to the Democrats?  All right, can we please investigate some of the cocksuckers?  (Nixon & Jewry & Democrat)  Playhouse Presents: Nixon’s the One, Nixon to Bob Haldeman

 

 

45,430.  After years of secret slavery the Republican Party and the Democratic Party come out into the open and reveal to themselves and to the nation as nothing but the right wing and the left wing of the same bird of prey.  There is not a word in either of their platforms that might not have been written and unanimously endorsed by a convention exclusively of corporation lawyers and Wall Street Bankers.  The only difference between these platforms as someone has remarked, is the number of words used to say nothing.  Confronted by the gravest crisis in the history of civilization, they have demonstrated, even to their own adherents, that they are without the vision of statesmanship, the courage of leadership or the conviction of patriotism.  (Politics & Republican & Democrat)  Allen McCurdy, Keynotes for the Third Party National Convention 1920

 

 

49,714.  I believe there’s about 78 to 81 members of the Democrat Party who are members of the Communist Party.  It’s called the Congressional Progressive Caucus.  (Communism & Democrat Party)  Allen West

 

 

69,763.  Why has the Democratic Party become so arrogantly detached from ordinary Americans? Though they claim to speak for the poor and dispossessed, Democrats have increasingly become the party of an upper- middle-class professional elite, top-heavy with journalists, academics and lawyers.  Camille Paglia

 

 

35,975.  Lancy, Missouri, was the place where I heard George Bush and Bill Clinton talking.  Where from the point of view I had they certainly were friends.  And they didn’t recognise any party lines between them.  That’s a smoking illusions mirror for the public.  It’s not something they adhere to because they had exactly the same agenda.  And that was for bringing in this New World Order.  I heard George Bush talking at that time.  He was talking to Bill Clinton.  And I’ve since photographically recorded it.  And wrote it verbatim in our book.  That when the American people became disillusioned with Republicans leading them into the New World Order, that Bill Clinton as a Democrat was going to be put into the office of president.  This was decided in 1984.  Actually, I’d heard about it even prior to that.  But that as of 1984 they were already discussing it as an absolute fact.  (New World Order & Conspiracy & Clinton & Bush & Democrat & Republican)  Cathy OBrien, televised 1998

 

 

69,764.  All people are born alike – except Republicans and Democrats.  (Democrat & Republican)  Groucho Marx

 

 

69,765.  Democrats never agree on anything – that’s why they’re Democrats.  If they agreed with each other, they would be Republicans.  (Democrat & Republicans)  Will Rogers

 

 

69,766.  The difference between a Republican and a Democrat is the Democrat is a cannibal – they live off each other, while the Republicans, why, they live off the Democrats.  (Democrat & Republicans)  Will Rogers

 

 

69,767.  If the Republicans will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop telling the truth about them.  (Democrat & Republican)  Adlai E Stevenson

 

 

69,768.  The Democratic party is the equivalent of Mr Blair’s New Labour ... It’s sentimental blackmail of people every time there’s a vote.  John Pilger, lecture Freedom Next Time

 

 

69,769.  Now they’ve taken over our government, but with Republicans and Democrats there’s no difference any more between the two parties.  They [the Federal Reserve and New World Order] control both parties.  It doesn’t matter to them which one wins.  Because whoever’s running for President will be someone they anoint ... They makes sure who gets the money.  (Democrat & Politics & Presidency & Republican)  Aaron Russo, interview Alex Jones

 

 

69,770.  On the issue of Republican versus Democrat: what is it they don’t get?  And I say: look, here’s the way you get it.  Its organized crime – all you do is call the Republicans the Genoveses and the Democrats the Gambinos.  (Democrat & Republican)  Michael C Ruppert, former LAPD narcotics detective, investigator, lecturer and author

 

 

69,771.  You get fifteen Democrats in a room, you get twenty opinions.  Patrick Leahy

 

 

69,772.  The Democrats seem to be basically nicer people, but they have demonstrated time and again that they have the management skills of celery.  Dave Barry 

 

 

69,773.  The Democrats are the party that says government will make you smarter, taller, richer, and remove the crabgrass on your lawn. The Republicans are the party that says government doesn't work and then they get elected and prove it.  (Democrat & Republican)  P J O’Rourke

 

 

69,774.  In the US there is basically one party – the business party.  It has two factions, called Democrats and Republicans, which are somewhat different but carry out variations on the same policies.  By and large, I am opposed to those policies.  As is most of the population.  (Democrat & Republican & Party)  Noam Chomsky

 

 

107,754.  The Democrats gave up on the working class forty years ago.  Noam Chomsky, interview BBC Newsnight 2017

 

 

108,013.  The Democrats have shifted to the right as well.  Today’s mainstream Democrats are pretty much was used to be called moderate Republicans: somebody like Eisenhower for example would be considered way out of the left.  Noam Chomsky

 

 

108,876.  The drift of both political parties to the right - the Republicans by now off the spectrum of traditional politics - that’s an aspect of the neoliberal assault, it’s turning the United States into a plutocracy.  (Democrat & Republican)  Noam Chomsky, The Corporatization of the Universities, lecture 8th July 2017, Youtube 1.39.35

 

 

69,775.  The Democratic party is a vast body of confusion, sprawling between the Bay of Disorder and the dreaded Chaotic Pics.  It is bounded on the North by the United Auto Workers and on the South by the Ku Klux Klan ... The Democratic Party was born in 1932.  It gave the country four deals.  These were the New Deal; the Fair Deal, which was the New Deal with hardened arteries; the New Frontier, which was the New Deal with a face lift; and the Great Society, which was the New Deal with hardened arteries, a fallen face lift and a Vietnamese accent ... The Democratic Party is a party of principle.  It will sacrifice anybody to remain the principal party of the United States.  Russell Baker, The New York Times 22 August 1968

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