Both Rinos and Dinos want to destroy the middle class. Rinos don't want competition on their clouds, and Dinos don't want anyone that causes them to feel shame for what they may have failed to achieve. Dinos prefer an aristocratic oligarchy. That way, since the only way to break into the elite class would almost always be to be born into it, Dinos need never feel shame, and Rinos need never feel threatened. The only thing lost will be freedom to think for oneself and to communicate about it. But why would a peasant or billionaire care about such a trifle? (Sarc.) A small price to pay for the economic Utopia of Collectivism that will be owned and operated by elites, and the Umma for which Imams will enforce bowing five times a day.
Whether Rinos believe it or not, they have Dinos convinced that: there's nothing special worth preserving about America, capitalism is always corrupt, elites and scientists know best, national borders are obsolete, the entire environment is endangered, forced competition with third world labor is fair, families are repressive, the material world is a one time affair, immediate gratification is an entitlement, and God is dead. Every significant institution is owned and operated by those who run Rinos and fool Dinos. Thus, we have wonderful ideas, like global warming, carbon exchanges, depopulation, and free trade with gangsters. We even have Americans fooled that, but for a world market and free trade with despotic regimes, our economy could never have flourished. For awhile, we were even told we lacked energy resources and rare earth materials to make it on our own, without free trade. Lol. While Bush had us attentive to 9-1-1, did he willingly do the least effective thing to shut down the border? How long did he let Ramos and Compean rot? Why did he try to turn port security over to Dubai? How little did he respect aspirations of middle class people of the Tea Party? Look around. Which viable Republican candidate denounces the Bilderberg-spooned Agenda 21 sponsored by the UN? Anyone? Anyone?
In death, all particular perspectives of consciousness must eventually become collateral damage from the unfolding purposes of the field of consciousness. Our material world is not the best of all possible; we are only its gardeners, always pursuing communion, and perhaps eventual merger, with a happier state of being.