Your analysis of the Trump era GOP being economically “populist” should explain why the patrician Bush-era GOP passed a less regressive tax cut than the vanguard of the proletariat, Donald Trump.

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  • It’s fun to do political analysis based on vibes rather than facts or policies but the analysis turns out bad.

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  • DOD
    2 months ago

    @AdamSerwer Wait till you hear my analysis of how devos Ross and mnuchin drained the swamp. Gonna blow your mind

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  • Quoted @Dark_Ages_2020

    Conceding is a part of every democratic election. Not a sign of weakness. Sign of maturity. 👶 Why would a Lame Duck President suddenly fire lots of people❓ Revenge❓ Facilitate/hide crime❓ Sabotage 🇺🇸 ❓ Multiple PARDONS within administration is a sign of endemic CRIME‼️ https://t.co/ti4INAsEx2

    Conceding is a part of every democratic election. Not a sign of weakness. Sign of maturity. 👶 

Why would a Lame Duck President suddenly fire lots of people❓
Revenge❓
Facilitate/hide crime❓
Sabotage 🇺🇸 ❓

Multiple PARDONS within administration is a sign of endemic CRIME‼️ https://t.co/ti4INAsEx2

    @AdamSerwer https://t.co/MJ36u0beCp

  • @AdamSerwer Culture war is all they care about, so culture war is all they analyze. Economic policy is off limits. These right wing “populists” are still fully wedded for neo-liberalism, so economics is outside the bounds of contestation, and thus, outside the bounds of their analysis.

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  • @AdamSerwer Trump is popular with poor white people, ergo Trump must be offering something to materially improve the lives of poor white people. That's literally the extent of this ground breaking analysis.

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  • ry
    2 months ago

    @AdamSerwer Remember when Pat Toomey inserted a special tax break specifically for the Devos’ college into the bill and went on an angry rant on the senate floor when critics called him out for it? Populism, baby.

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