Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Smashing the bourgeois state

Smashing the bourgeois state is always a priority of any good communist revolutionary. Fortunately for my tired old ass, The Republicans are doing it for me, and the Democrats seem unable to resist. Oh, Clinton will win, of course, but she won't be able to govern.

This development is doubleplusgood. No Democratic government will ever be legitimate to the Republicans. No Republican government will ever be legitimate to the Democrats. The bourgeoisie is tearing itself apart. And I don't have to lift a finger. Yay!

If any socialists can pull their head out of their ass long enough to pick up the pieces, we might have a chance at progress. However, socialists' heads are pretty firmly wedged (I'm just observing: it took me 40 years to pull my head out of my petty-bourgeois ass, so I'm in no position to criticize), so it'll probably be the fascists who gain.

1 comment:

  1. If both of the smaller parties that are on most state ballots hadn't nominated the same candidate as they did in 2012, we might be looking at 2 parties that could pull 10% each in the Presidential election.

    Of course, that wouldn't be a revolution. But it would be a step in the right direction.

    Instead we're going to get an unpopular President we immediately regret.


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