Dems Seem to be Inching Their Way Towards Their Goal: One Party Rule

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The closest we've ever really come to one-party rule was when Democrat-dominated states in the south formed their own republic in the early 1860s: the Confederate States of America. There was no opposition party and no need for elections.

Luckily, the remaining U.S. states (all Republican-dominated) pounded the CSA into submission. But, even after the war ended and the GOP was now competing for votes (and electing African Americans to Congress) in the former Confederacy, the DNC resorted to threats and violence to wear down Republican will and it wasn't long before the GOP once again no longer existed in the American south.

It remained this way for almost a century.

While the south is now dominated by the GOP along with the midwest, Democrats have successfully carved out smaller enclaves and are trying to keep the GOP out. It looks like Nevada is another one-party state. The good guys need to break through the DNC's fortress of attacks and disinformation in order to compete in these new Democrat-dominated zones. Just as it took a long time to win the south, it will take a few more election cycles to win this battle.
 
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The closest we've ever really come to one-party rule was when Democrat-dominated states in the south formed their own republic in the early 1960s: the Confederate States of America. There was no opposition party and no need for elections.

Luckily, the remaining U.S. states (all Republican-dominated) pounded the CSA into submission. But, even after the war ended and the GOP was now competing for votes (and electing African Americans to Congress) in the former Confederacy, the DNC resorted to threats and violence to wear down Republican will and it wasn't long before the GOP once again no longer existed in the American south.

It remained this way for almost a century.

While the south is now dominated by the GOP along with the midwest, Democrats have successfully carved out smaller enclaves and are trying to keep the GOP out. It looks like Nevada is another one-party state. The good guys need to break through the DNC's fortress of attacks and disinformation in order to compete in these new Democrat-dominated zones. Just as it took a long time to win the south, it will take a few more election cycles to win this battle.
1960s?
 

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Yes it was the Dems who forced you guys to nominate all these unpopular extreme election denying Trumptards like Mastriano and Lake.
 
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Yes it was the Dems who forced you guys to nominate all these unpopular extreme election denying Trumptards like Mastriano and Lake.
Lmao, you and your party supported a social worker who graduated from NAU and ASU, and also refused to debate. The party of basement dwellers. Waiting for Laughingstock to mock her for going to ASU. Lake, who y'all mock, was a former Democrat and supported both John Kerry and Barack Obama.
 
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The closest we've ever really come to one-party rule was when Democrat-dominated states in the south formed their own republic in the early 1860s: the Confederate States of America. There was no opposition party and no need for elections.

Luckily, the remaining U.S. states (all Republican-dominated) pounded the CSA into submission. But, even after the war ended and the GOP was now competing for votes (and electing African Americans to Congress) in the former Confederacy, the DNC resorted to threats and violence to wear down Republican will and it wasn't long before the GOP once again no longer existed in the American south.

It remained this way for almost a century.

While the south is now dominated by the GOP along with the midwest, Democrats have successfully carved out smaller enclaves and are trying to keep the GOP out. It looks like Nevada is another one-party state. The good guys need to break through the DNC's fortress of attacks and disinformation in order to compete in these new Democrat-dominated zones. Just as it took a long time to win the south, it will take a few more election cycles to win this battle.
And you clowns only have yourselves to blame. Put up nut job extremists and this is what you get. Your SCOTUS under cuts established precedent, this is what you get. If the Republicans acted like responsible adults instead of jealous , mean school girls they should have done what happens to every sitting President, especially with the economy, and pick up big in the mid-termd. Stupid and greedy/ the Republican motto. And you come up with these excuses- pathetic and childish.
 
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Lmao, you and your party supported a social worker who graduated from NAU and ASU, and also refused to debate. The party of basement dwellers. Waiting for Laughingstock to mock her for going to ASU. Lake, who y'all mock, was a former Democrat and supported both John Kerry and Barack Obama.
And won.. you forgot that last part blacksmith 🤣
 

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Yes it was the Dems
Anybody else see the irony... Dems spent so much time leading up to the election questioning if our side would accept the outcome...

Now we are just one vote away from taking the House with four more races in which our candidate is leading and you guys are stalling... stalling... refusing to concede, refusing to accept the outcome...

What assclowns Democrats are
 
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The closest we've ever really come to one-party rule was when Democrat-dominated states in the south formed their own republic in the early 1860s: the Confederate States of America. There was no opposition party and no need for elections.

Luckily, the remaining U.S. states (all Republican-dominated) pounded the CSA into submission. But, even after the war ended and the GOP was now competing for votes (and electing African Americans to Congress) in the former Confederacy, the DNC resorted to threats and violence to wear down Republican will and it wasn't long before the GOP once again no longer existed in the American south.

It remained this way for almost a century.

While the south is now dominated by the GOP along with the midwest, Democrats have successfully carved out smaller enclaves and are trying to keep the GOP out. It looks like Nevada is another one-party state. The good guys need to break through the DNC's fortress of attacks and disinformation in order to compete in these new Democrat-dominated zones. Just as it took a long time to win the south, it will take a few more election cycles to win this battle.
The poster forgets how many states are controlled are by R's. The poster forgets how many Republican voters cast their ballots for the non-crazies.
 

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But, they do. They do politically dominate American's urban regions. The larger the city, the more the DNC is in control.
R dominate the rural areas. They won back control of the House. R's control the Supreme court and probably will for another 20 years. And though Dems have been winning lately, they're not by large margins.