I simply don't see the same even-handed posting from the far-right GOP conservatives on this board.
When I do bash my own side, and there's plenty to bash, GOPs just move the goal posts.
When I see cons use inner-city crime as a reason not to have gun control, I present a plan.
It's called "targeted martial law" in which "rights" of criminals are suspended to go in and sweep high-crime areas with zero advance notice.
I would use roving bands of Special Forces drawn from any number of police units--National Guards, State Police, City Police, US Soldiers.
This is how a mod/con DEM thinks when he's pissed off--I could give a **** about the Bill of Rights under the extraordinary crime conditions we have.
Obama should never have said the "******" word in a public interview.
He should have said the "n-word".
He changed the focus to him as the messenger and created more division.
Obama and Clinton should have waited to bring up guns--knowing full well the discussion would get divisive right away.
Saying that nothing would get done in DC on guns is true--but they should have waited until well after the burials.
My #1 concern remains the divisiveness WITHIN the GOP in DC which continues to grind just about all legislation to a halt.
I just saw where Rep. Meadows was stripped of his co-chair gavel, which has the Freedom Caucus up in arms.
Also, the conservative Club for Growth is running ads against their own GOPs who support the Ex-Im bank.
I could list another dozen examples of GOP division and indecisiveness preventing them from governing as you know.
This is why it's difficult for me to be even-handed with my criticism of both sides .