I think it’s very bad punditry to draw broad lessons for one country’s elections from another country’s elections. But if you’re going to do it, be specific. I would like Sullivan to say which parts of the Democratic coalition should be sacrificed to “anti-PC nationalism.” https://t.co/hQq5vUK1GS
— b-boy bouiebaisse (@jbouie) December 13, 2019
… is that Conservatives have a proud tradition of never learning anything new.
Combining Nationalism and Socialism….what could go wrong?
— ace-o-aces (@aceoaces) December 13, 2019
These ideas go together like a bundle of sticks.
— ? (@j_furm) December 13, 2019
I Knew Nothing Of British Politics Until This Morning But I Can Say Definitively That There Is One Clear Takeaway for the US Voter https://t.co/ycZRVLQfh7
— Alexandra Petri (@petridishes) December 13, 2019
… Some of the candidates who received votes were joke candidates, and I think that speaks volumes. Have we considered whether or not more of our candidates in America ought to be jokes? It is clear that the people are hungry for bad ideas that will solve nothing; I think we ought to consider whether worse ideas, more clearly labeled, might not be better…
leftists are gonna look themselves in the mirror, take a deep breath and tell themselves 'we gotta get more racist' pic.twitter.com/EHZ1zna7Io
— Social-Democratic Party of Galar (@weedlewobble) December 14, 2019
No I'm not gonna give a shit about the UK election results. Y'all long ago established the principle that any petty grievance you have with a politician justifies not supporting them in an election where their opponent is a literal fascist. Play stupid games win stupid prizes.
— Social-Democratic Party of Galar (@weedlewobble) December 12, 2019
“Play stupid games, win stupid prizes” is a strong contender for motto of the year. Hopefully *this* year, and not 2020!