Terminology and Style Guideline

As of today, I will no longer refer to The Other Side as “Democrats” on these pages, but as either the “Socialist Party” or just simply “Socialists”.  (The capitalization merely differentiates said party’s supporters and politicians from generic socialists e.g. most Europeans and the Scots.) This will also apply to the acronym used after a politician’s name, e.g. “Chuck Schumer (S-NY)”.

Considering how the erstwhile Democrat Party’s platform has moved ever-leftward over the past couple of decades, it would be more honest of them to actually change their name to the above, but then again honesty is not a socialist (or Socialist) attribute, and never has been, in any country.  So I’ll just do it for them, the proto-fascist scum that they are.  (And for those Lefties who wail that Socialism is not the same as Nazism, please remind them — between kicks — that Nazism is simply a subset of Socialism.)

8 comments

  1. S-P Socialist-Progressive
    or you just call them communists, such as Chuck Schumer; not too far off the truth

  2. Yes, I have started calling them communists as well, on the theory that a communist is a socialist that finally has power.

  3. No need the younger set are already calling themselves “Democratic Socialists”. But as Mr. Lion says they’re still just Communist Assholes.

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