Rush Limbaugh gave a powerful monologue on how Democrats (and liberals) genuinely hate America, including our history and the institutions that made this country what it is today. As Rush Limbaugh said today:
Do you realize that the political arguments that we're having in this country are not just between two competing ideologies. They're between people who love the United States of America and people who don't. You might even go further and say it's not just people who don't love the country. It's people who have an active hate for it.
I also wish that this were not the case. I wish everyone in America loved the institutions that made America great, especially the US Constitution and liberty in general. Sadly, that is not so. A large number of Americans sadly reject our US Constitution and want to attack the liberty that brought about the highest standard of living anywhere in the world. Many Americans have fallen prey to ideologies that are alien to our culture--such as socialism and fascism. Since these individuals who hate America vote, their sentiments are reflected in the politicians that they elect. There is a way forward, however. As Rush Limbaugh explained today:
"If I could change one thing, it would be to change the fact that so many people born in this country hate it. If we could change that, we would eliminate 90% of the problems politically that we have."
I couldn't say it better myself.