>>3537204>but to think that Democrats are more virtuous or wouldn't be beholden to those same corporate interests
Didn't say that at all. In fact Democrats are also centre-right wing when it comes to economic policies. This doesn't change just because they have some virtue signalling on social aspects, or because they throw some crumbs to placate the population on economic matters.>there's a laundry list of concerns that working class people have
Of course they have "concerns". But what's the point of mere concerns when they do nothing about it? What's the point of crying about expensive (education/healthcare/elderly care/whatever), when you vote for slashing income-based subsidies for those things?
What's the point of bitching about low wages when you don't unionise cause "lel gommunism"?
How can they be taken seriously when they don't exercise the bare minimum of their rights to help alleviate their concerns?