You still haven’t explained how the dems are not bourgeoisie.

I never said they were. I asked you for your opinion on the matter, since you clearly tied going to Yale as being bourgeoisie in your exchange with Tradesman, which caught my attention.

For the record, here is the exchange in its entirety:

YOU: (Directed at Traditional Tradesman) Hahaha, Yale? Could you be any more bourgeoisie scum?

ME: Kind of an odd statement, considering four of the last six democrat candidates came from there, including the failed candidate of 2016.

B Clinton, 1992
B Clinton, 1996
J Kerry, 2004
H Clinton, 2016

Just curious if you considered them “Bourgeoisie Scum” as well?

What I got back from you was not an answer, but snark, which I assume to mean that you’re angry that I caught you in blatant hypocrisy. But, as that’s an assumption, I will be glad to revise it if you get off your high horse and answer the freaking question.

I mean, if it’s that simple, surely you’d be able to explain it, as, ahem my “better”.

Well, since you above pretty much failed a simple matter of reading comprehension, I think the “who is better” question is clearly answered by your demonstrated shortcomings.

But, let’s not quibble. :-)

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.