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1. Donald Trump could really win the nomination ... and that doesn't mean a Democrat automatically wins the general election.
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P.S. In case you need even more convincing, I've pasted my email from the other day below:
Dear fellow MoveOn member,
Donald Trump could really win this election.
And, even if he doesn't, the whole Republican field just keeps getting crazier.
Threatening to commit war crimes by intentionally bombing women and children.1 "Closing" sections of the Internet.2 Keeping Sharia law out of a city near you.3
These are the policies Republicans support. And in poll after poll, the candidates who take the most extreme, racist, right-wing positions go up. If any of these candidates end up in the White House in 2016, America is in deep, deep trouble. Just by commanding the national stage, Republicans are already pushing dangerous ideas into public discourse and fueling a climate of violence and vitriol.
That's why I'm asking you to make a year-end gift to one of the most powerful—and effective—progressive groups in the nation: MoveOn.
Your gift won't just help defeat Republicans in 2016—you'll also help fight against the pernicious ideas that their campaigns are propagating and help elect progressives who will stand up for our values.
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Maybe you’re one of the people out there who thinks that the 2016 election will be an easy win for Democrats. You might think that because Republicans are so crazy, they can't possibly win the general election. If so, think again.
In 2014, Republicans won their biggest House majority in Congress in almost 100 years—most of them every bit as conservative as the current candidates for president.4 Republicans control 32 governorships, including in deep-blue states like Maryland, Illinois, and Massachusetts.5 And, under President Obama, Democrats have lost more than 900 state legislative seats.6
That’s why anyone who thinks the next election is going to be easy is kidding themselves. Even if Donald Trump wins the nomination.
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Maybe you think the stakes aren't that high if Democrats lose. If so, I hope you'll reconsider. Here are some reasons why:
There’s been a terrifying spike in hate crimes largely targeting Muslims. Given the fear mongering of leading Republican presidential candidates, a Republican president will double down on xenophobic, anti-immigrant policies.
The GOP's war on women continues in full force. (And you better believe that a Republican president will defund Planned Parenthood.)
Speaker Paul Ryan’s ultra-conservative House of Representatives is gearing up to make deep cuts to social programs, to slash Social Security, and to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans and corporations. A Republican president will join with Ryan in a big push to make these extreme policies the law of the land.
We've avoided going to war—for now. But if Republicans in Congress had their way, we'd be on a road to war with Iran already.
We have Obamacare—for now. And we're making progress on the environment—for now. But a Republican president will work every day to undo all of that.
Your year-end donation to MoveOn is a small price to pay to fight against right-wing policies that would put us on a path to economic and social misery.
Click here to chip in $3 or whatever you can.
Thanks for all you do.
Robert Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, was secretary of labor in the Clinton administration. He has written fourteen books including his latest, "Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few," and the best-sellers "Aftershock" and "The Work of Nations." His recent film, "Inequality for All," is available on Netflix, iTunes, DVD, and on demand.
1. "GOP Candidates Actually Spend Time Debating Whether to Kill Terrorists' Innocent Family Members," The Huffington Post, December 15, 2015
2. "Why Donald Trump Can’t Actually Close 'Parts of the Internet,'" Time, December 16, 2015
3. "Ben Carson Invokes Anti-Islam Myth Even Fox News Admits Is False," ThinkProgress, December 16, 2015
4. "McSally Recount Win Gives GOP Biggest Majority Since 1929," ABC News, December 17, 2014
5. "Republicans to hold 32 gubernatorial seats after wins in Kentucky, Mississippi," ABC Action News, November 3, 2015
6. "Have Democrats lost 900 seats in state legislatures since Obama has been president?" PolitiFact, January 25, 2015
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