But you read the typical reactions yourself. "He's not a Democrat!" "He must have been an 'old school' Democrat who doesn't really exist or represent the party anymore" "He must be senile", etc.
So that proves that he wasn't a Democrat talking at a Republican convention?
He also said himself that his views were no longer in the party, were no longer welcome in the party, and that the party had left him.
He left the farm.
In 2001 he called Kerry a "hero" and a "personal friend". If he just read what they wrote and would make that kind of claim his credibility is nothing at all. Past that, he is just making an excuse.
Going from "hero" & "personal friend" to the RNC speech shows a big shift on a personal level, not a party level.
Of course you don't, you "know your place." You're a blue collar man marrying a white collar woman. You will know when to shut the hell up and jump just as high as she commands. You consider this to be "equality." You don't mind being less because it helps soothe your guilt.
I shut the hell up and jump as high as she demands?
She wants me to shut the hell up and jump as high as she demands?
You obviously have serious issues with regard to women, I feel sorry for your wife.
BTW, how does a guy with a college degree end up blue collar?
I guess that depends on the definition of "blue collar". I wear running shoes and jeans to work.
Additionally, no one is upset with a party concerning themselves with minority or women's issues. It is when they REFUSE to address the fact that men can have issues as well or believe that society addreses them and so the government doesn't have to or has to actively alter society to the detriment of men.
The Democratic party REFUSES to acknowledge white male issues? Like what, specifically? (Also, how are the Republicans addressing those same issues?)
Maybe you'll care when you have a son.
Be more specific.