By Eric Zuesse
Once again the American electorate shows it is the dumbest aggregation of human beings on the planet.
You need to adapt to the current phase of this campaign: the middle portion. You’re stuck in the first portion (winning a base, which you’ve done, though it’s small), while Hillary’s campaign is heading straight for the gold.
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The guy who is calling “the American electorate the dumbest aggregation of human beings on the planet.” is complaining that Hillary Clinton “won the debate”….let that irony sink in for a moment dummies. Eric, 51% of the electorate (the half that doesn’t vote) is at least smart enough to know, even intuitively, that the ritual sham called the “American presidential election” is a rigged spectacle of bourgeois social control and ruling class power. 30% of the half that DO vote know that they are going to win no matter which Wal Street fellating overclass parasite gets elected.
We don’t have the time to engage in a long discussion, even argument, about how dumb or smart the America electorate is. So let’s do a brief review of his comment and begin by clarifying for Mr Nestor the following: (1) As per TGP rules long established and explained at the bottom of each article, “all [image] captions and pullquotes” are by the editors, NOT the author(s).” So “the guy” you mention as being denser than the American electorate is in this case one of our editors, to be precise, the editor in chief, Patrice Greanville, me, not Eric Zuesse.… Read more »