|The GOP is the official party of hating America while pretending to love it.|
"Where was the fearmongering, the pontificating, and the divisive hatred of the LGBT community, poor, disabled, elderly, war veterans, ethnic minorities, liberals, non-Chrisitians, and women and their reproductive rights?" asked Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), who asserted the Democrats were "really bad at this politics thing."
Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie asked, "Where was the infectious pessimism that the United States cannot afford to be a great nation with a modern infrastructure and healthy citizens, but it can sure as hell continue to fund a national military known for shamelessly wasting money with little accountability?"
|The GOP often asserts America cannot afford domestic spending programs.|
Discretionary spending must be approved every year, and shows what is prioritized.
"Where was the class warfare and promotion of wealth distribution to the top? Where was willingness to cut earned benefits to Americans who need them simply to survive so the wealthiest Americans, who are most able to pay taxes, can receive another tax cut?" asked former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush.
"Where was the complete ignorance of American history and government, and the sophomoric rage that is unleashed when the media calls you out for voicing your complete ignorance?" questioned retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson.
Loose cannon billionaire Donald Trump asked, "Where is the dangerous reading of the Second Amendment that promotes the delusional idea it grants right-wing fanatics the freedom to overthrow the very government the Constitution establishes?"
The Republican presidential candidates did give Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the highest marks for distorting her record to make it appear she was not a tool of her rich corporate donors.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders of Vermont was universally condemned by the Republican presidential candidates "for having substantive policies anchored in reality, and a consistent record on the issues."