With a Democratic trifecta with paper thin margins, moderates and progressives must hold back the urge to infight if they want to pass legislation and retain control in 2022.
The Biden campaign and the progressive movement can't be complacent -- we'll all need to heed early warning signs of deficiency and right the ship as quickly and forcefully as possible to win in November.
Trump is exploiting Black Lives Matter protests to argue that Democrats condone violence and looting. We must commit to protesting in the tradition of non-violent civil disobedience to keep him from winning voters on a law and order message.
Joe Biden is now the Democratic Party nominee, and the progressive movement, no matter what gripes it has, must put those aside for the sake of a united front in defeating Donald Trump. First we win in November, and then we push for the most progressive policies possible.
The DCCC is 'aggressively ignoring progressives' who won their primaries and moved on to the General. Does that seem like a winning strategy to you?
The platform David's running on is almost entirely on the issues he and Bernie have long championed. And, yes, the DCCC has, predictably-- it's all they ever do-- has some Republican-lite corporate shill they're trying to run.
Valiantly fighting the lies for so many years, may Alan, 66, Rest In Peace.
Trump's approval ratings are the lowest of any president in history at this point in his term. Please consider showing the real leaders in Congress that we have their back when they do the right thing and RESIST.
With a deeply divided party, we need a chair who can build bridges.
A wave election can be ours if we resist the temptation to pile on Donald Trump's nastiness, and offer the rising American electorate a vision of hope.
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