Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Michael Moore on "How the Democrats Can Blow It" . . . . *

*and probably will

AlterNet supplies this article from Michael Moore:

How the Democrats Can Blow It ... in Six Easy Steps

By Michael Moore, Posted August 13, 2008.

A blueprint for losing the most winnable presidential election in American history.

For years now, nearly every poll has shown that the American people are right in sync with the platform of the Democratic Party. They are pro-environment, pro-women's rights and pro-choice. They don't like war. They want the minimum wage raised, and they want a single-payer universal health-care system. The American public agrees with the Republican Party on only one major issue: They support the death penalty.

So you would think the Democrats would be cleaning up, election after election. Obviously not. The Democrats appear to be professional losers. They are so pathetic in their ability to win elections, they even lose when they win! So when you hear Democrats and liberals and supporters of Barack Obama say they are worried that John McCain has a good chance of winning, they ain't a-kidding. Who would know better than the very people who have handed the Republicans one election after another on a silver platter? Yes, be afraid, be very afraid.

In an effort to help the party doofuses and pundits -- and the candidate himself -- spare all of us another suicide-inducing election night, as the results giving the election to the Republican pour in, here is the blueprint from the Democrats' past losing campaigns. Just follow each of these steps and you, the Democratic Party establishment, can help elect John Sidney McCain III to a four-year extension of the Bush Era . . . .



Be afraid, be very afraid . . . .

H/T Olde Goat Patrick


Daniel wbc said...

all too true ... and they've spread their disease North to Canada ... {sigh}

MSEH said...

So, I guess I have to hold my nose and send in my ballot for Obama, huh?

West End Bob said...

mseh: That's probably what we'll end up doing.

I miss Dennis and Russ . . . . :(