The President is disliked, both major parties are disliked, the leaders on both sides are disliked. Maybe we should try something new?— Matthew Dowd (@matthewjdowd) June 21, 2017
Dems aren't the ones taking away health care, destroying public education, & colluding with the Russians. That's the @GOP. You stand down.— Blue In Greene (@blueingreenemo) June 21, 2017
It looks like once again, just as after November election 2016, both sides are learning the wrong lessons from losses and wins. Unreal.— Matthew Dowd (@matthewjdowd) June 21, 2017
The Bro-Mide Party believes in good stuff and not bad stuff.
The Bro-Mide Party believes in Country over Party.
The Bro-Mide Party believes that the Murrican People stand with them in being in favor of positive things and against negative things.
The Bro-Mide Party believes in Civility n' shit.
The Bro-Mide Party believes the K'rupt Duopoly is behind all of our problems.
The Bro-Mide Party believes in compromise, except, of course, with the K'rupt Duopoly.
The Bro-Mide Party believes that since Both Sides Are Equally Awful, the Bro-Mide Party will inevitably sweep to power and enact lots of good stuff and no bad stuff (Bromide Party math: Your K'rupt 65 million votes plus my 10,000 votes ... will give me 65,010,000 votes!)
The Bro-Mide Party believes that once they sweep to power they can swiftly and directly translate the sentiments found on vapid motivational posters fading away on the walls of middle management offices across America into concrete economic policy, climate change policy, foreign policy, health care regulatory policy, education policy, housing policy, public lands policy, energy policy, judicial policy, etc.
And lastly, the Bro-Mide Party proves P.T. Barnum was right: there's a sucker born every minute, and two to take him.