The left lean on feelings; sometimes to the point that they appear to be brainless.
The right focus on ‘right thinking’; sometimes to the point that they appear to be heartless—depending on who’s looking.
Right thinking focuses more on commonsense, the commonsensical, and absolute truths, ideas that left thinking leaves for last when they consider them.
However, there’s no difference between the extreme left and the extreme right: they either connect to nothing at their extremes, or, if a circle is formed from the continuum line of left to right, the extreme left will connect to the extreme right.
When dealing with humans, that we have feeling and freewill and inherent dignity, makes extremes, if at all considered, only useful, if at all useful, in virtual reality for analysis, and for the sake of curiousity.
The Democrats are openminded. And that’s good. But they’ve been so openminded that they’ve lost their brains enough times to cause serious concerns about their sanity and America’s future.
That’s why the Republicans might have the better following by truly free thinkers. And why they’re probably better for the United States in the long run. The republicans have their own madness, looking for that good place only found in God: life, liberty, and (the pursuit of) happiness. Democrats as the opposition sounds just right for them today.
When you see democrats act undemocratic, uncharacteristically unfriendly, near foolishly, and according to some mundane philosophy and a hatred of one. Should one not also again fear their reign?
If you can give solid foundations to at least one of these statements, then you must have a case to vote against.
The Republicans are cautious. And that’s needed. (Some would called them conservative with a negative spin, others would do so with a positive mind.) But they could be so conservative that they slip into a hypermetropia, and so miss the possible fact that they might ‘throw out the baby with the bath water.’