There Will Not Be A Liberal-Tea Party Alliance
One of the oddest ideas I have seen in the past few years is the idea that Liberals and The Tea Party Right can combine to get rid of all Crony Capitalism. Ed Kilgore makes the good case about why this will not happen:
‘I’m afraid we need to call B.S. on this idea of Elizabeth Warren (or any other “populist) becoming a pied piper to the Tea Folk, pulling them across the barricades to support The Good Fight against “crony capitalism.” Yes, many “constitutional conservatives” oppose corporate bailouts. But they also typically support eliminating not just subsidies but regulation of big banks and other corporations; oppose most if not all of the social safety net (and certainly its expansion); and also oppose legalized abortion and marriage equality, for that matter. It’s not even all that clear that Warren-style “populism” will improve Democratic prospects with the white working class, which harbors a host of grievances with the traditional liberalism that Warren embraces beyond her signature financial “issues.”’
Wareen, Brown, and Franken are all pretty traditional liberal Democratic politicians in the New Deal mold. If anything, they are more likely to appeal to the Democratic base who do not want more years of Clintonian “triangulation.” The liberal wing of the Democratic Party and the Tea Party simply have a different idea about who the little guy is and what policies are necessary to benefit the little guy. I don’t see how you can convince someone like me that universal healthcare is not necessary and that fewer banking regulations will help the ordinary American.
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