Tucker: But I also think that if things radically change in your country it's ok for you to say, what is this? Maybe I don't want to live in a country that looks nothing like the country I grew up in. Is that bigoted?
Oliver: Yeah. Yeah, it is.
Which reminded me of a thought that I had that the phrase "our democracy" ("a threat to our democracy", etc.) is conservative by its very nature — it assumes prior existence of something valuable (compare to Tucker's "the country I grew up in"), and announces intent of its protection. But of course, because of its positive connotations, it is freely used by both the right and the left.