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    Gotham City Hill: On Single Party Rule, Greg Gutfeld Has It Exactly Right

    September 6, 2021
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    The Gotham City Hill

    Last Friday in the opening monologue of the popular nightly show Gutfeld!, Greg Gutfeld asked - why have so many once beautiful and desirable American cities such as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles devolved into crime ridden, homeless abundant, drug addict paradises?

    Some say it’s a byproduct of our pandemic. Others insist it’s the “new norm” and will pass when we get everyone vaccinated. Or is it as Gutfeld suggested, the results of single party government where clueless policies are short-sightedly implemented and the necessary checks and balances this country’s founding fathers understood were needed, are no longer there?

    More importantly what can we do to stop it spreading before it’s too late?

    I can’t imagine anyone satisfied with a status quo of homeless, drugged-out, mentally deranged zombies roaming NYC’s streets. So at least I’ll assume we can all agree we need to solve this. But many will not agree with the Gutfeld theory that the root cause of these urban dystopias is having single party government however I’m not one of them. Consider me a true believer.

    Ok, so to better understand and prevent it, we do need to examine how we got here.

    Is it possible that only one side has all the good candidates and all the best ideas and solutions? Unlikely.

    Full disclosure - I’m one of those who believed the Presidential candidate that had rallies with people lining up by the hundred of thousands waiting for days to see him would easily prevail in a contest against an opponent who rarely left his Delaware basement to campaign and when he did, he had difficulty drawing even a few dozen. But when the smoke cleared I was proven wrong and the latter prevailed and with a record vote no less. So yeah, call me crazy.

    But I digress …

    How did we arrive at single party government? Does one side - and oddly always the same side it seems- have all the better candidates with the most attractive ideas and solutions naturally attracting the most people and the most money to wage the best campaign?

    If we all agree we need to fix a real problem, and I believe we do, then we need to examine each election component.

    So is it better candidates? Better campaigns? Better ideas?

    Even if the seats in New York’s city halls and houses of congress may not be turning pink any time soon, we should vote in Republicans and Conservatives to better balance the city’s agendas and budget so it is at least fair. Because we’ve now seen what happens to a city when there is one party ruling. And it ain’t pretty.

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    Michigan J Frogg

    So is it better candidates? No.
    Better campaigns? No.
    Better ideas? No.
    It's just that the left is far more practiced, and adept, to many forms of fraud and/or cheating.


    Last night, Gutfeld and all of his "conservative" guests all bragged about their support for vax passports! I couldn't believe my ears. Goodbye Greg and Co.

    Steve Loeb

    I believe a return to paper ballots will go very far allowing the public to feel making the effort to move to address this will not be in vain. The original reasoning about moving to electronic voting was how much quicker we’d all have results - how’d that turn out? Now what we have is an extension on the front end with early voting and an extension on the back end because trust is broken. Will paper ballots cause longer lines? Probably but how important is our democracy because without voting that we can all have faith in, we have no democracy


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