Posts Tagged ‘deep-seated unease’

Democrats and Obama: Watch Deep Unease Turn To Despair

September 11, 2008

As the Politico reports, things aren’t happy in the People’s Socialist Republic of Obamaland:

“It’s more than an increased anxiety,” said Doug Schoen, who worked as one of Bill Clinton’s lead pollsters during his 1996 reelection and has worked for both Democrats and independents in recent years. “It’s a palpable frustration. Deep-seated unease in the sense that the message has gotten away from them.”

Hmm.  Democrats nominate THE most liberal member of the United States Senatefor the second time in a row – and then try to demonize a man who has always been regarded as a political moderate into some kind of card-carrying member of “the vast right wing conspiracy.”  And then wonder what went wrong?

Albert Einstein once defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”  What else would you call the modern Democratic Party? (more…)