(Before It's News)
Looking back on last year, the buzzwords which Democrats chose to describe Republicans seem quite polite in the hindsight of 2017. “Misogynist, racist, and deplorable” have now given way to the less diplomatic “fascist, Nazi and KKK,” as millions on the left now live in fear that their church lady neighbor may be “#literallyHitler.
It is a strange and divisive new world we live in, and one that is only made more complicated by the fact that most of what seems to be Trump’s most controversial positions were just recently part of a moderate Democratic party platform.
Over the last decade, for example, building a border wall has gone from the rational stance of both Obama and Clinton to the Nazi dictum of the GOP.
In 2006, then-Senator Obama said
in support of the Secure Fence Act: