German leftists refuse to be outwhined by their American fellow travellers.
The Tea Party movement shuns both, preferring instead to drive the state into bankruptcy. …even as they sit in Congress and enjoy the kinds of job benefits they would like to strip from their fellow Americans.
Spot on! So what’s changed, Gregor?
It used to be that politicians would campaign on anti-Washington platforms, but would still be proud of being in Congress once elected.
They campaigned on lies, right. Are you saying honesty is destroying America?
It’s a matter of principle. They view themselves as being on a mission and proudly claim to not think about their re-election chances. They are focused on their principles.
And that’s…bad? Surely not, being principled means-
…they are betraying the principles of democracy.
Ha ha, good one! German/English translations are pretty good, so I know Gregor is getting punked by some linguist. Might as well cycle further quotes through Babelfish, English to German and back.
That should solve the problem.
It is in form of the democracy to think to at re-election. It means that politicians remain in the note with their voters — and it keeps it opened to the compromise.
Ahhh. Much better. Keep the note open to compromise, got it.
But the tea party opposite compromise, this lubricant of all legislation bodies ebungs. They practice a form of the democracy, but in its rawest, most competitive form.
That actually makes…ebungs? Lemme check…ebungs is ebungs in both English and German. How it got here I haven’t a clue. Is “ebung” the raw, primal essence of democracy?
A republican party ” is by a party, which more a psychological protest than a practical is, regulate-alternative, ” stuck on…
Eh. Still makes more sense than Maria Cardona.
Most Americans, are finally also confidence with the founder fathers that the tea party movement is so vernarrt into quoting. And which said Jefferson, Washington, Madison and the others, than their recent republic was forced to borrow money? The condition, they said, had to pay its debts. In this point they did not know a compromise.
Of course the Tea Partys have never said we shouldn’t pay our debts, which is why they’ve had enough of them. But you go, Gregor! Schlagen Sie oben diesen Strohmann!
P.S.–Wenn Griechenland eine Tee-Partei hatte, konnte Deutschland nicht mit ihrer Schuld fest erhalten haben.