A few more of these wins and the Democratic Party will simply close up shop. Now that would be a blessing for America. Now I realize how excited the drooling MSNBC morons were that last Tuesday was such a big night for Obama, but really, can anyone in their right mind claim the humiliating loss in Wisconsin was somehow a win?
First of all, we look at Wisconsin as a win. We, which is not reported in the mainstream media, we picked up a senate seat, which denies Scott Walker a majority in the senate. So we put the breaks on him at least until the next election season. Secondly, you know, I always thought the base would come around because, as they like to say in Obama-land, we’re not running against the Almighty, we’re running against the alternative. Mitt Romney is well-known among the American people, let alone progressives, as someone who mostly caters to very wealthy Americans, and doesn’t have a lot of understanding or sympathy for those who aren’t. I’m pretty sure we’re in good shape and I’m pretty sure there’s going to be a big progressive turnout.
Yeah, just like the recall. Apparently Dean doesn’t realize the other side is more motivated this time around. Oh, and the fact they picked up a senate seat indeed was reported. Just it’s a lame-duck session and there will likely be a GOP majority again once the elections are held come November, and the GOP has redrawn the map, pretty much ensuring a majority again. Apparently Dean is unaware of this.