July 23, 2018

The Dems' stolen new slogan

Jack Kemp

We have just been informed (at American Thinker) that the Democrat's new election slogan is "Of the People." Really?

For openers, "Of the People," as in "of the people, by the people and for the people" is part of the concluding words of Republican Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, a speech near the end of the Southern Democrat's war that, in major part, was about keeping slavery legal in the U.S..

Now the Dems are running on words stolen from an iconic Republican speech. Someone needs to remind them - to their embarrassment - where the Dems got those words.

Well, I guess the Dems these days don't like any words in William Jennings Bryan's iconic "Cross of Gold" speech that they want to quote. That speech was pro-Christianity and pro-silver-backed currency, two things that Democrats cannot abide these days.

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