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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Deep Thoughts


I wonder just how well the democrats are going to do this November. The people who are running as republicans in the high profile races seem to be very crazy and very scary so that it is just possible that there will be enough democratic voters to prevent the landslide that looks to be coming. If that is so then that will, of course, prove to the powers that be that their policies are right and that they need to stay the course. Which will move us a little closer to the perfect oligarchy/plutocracy of their dreams.

If democratic voters don't turn out and the crazies do get elected it will prove to the powers that be that the DFHs have taken over the base of the democrats and the average democratic voter just doesn't understand what is going on and what needs to be done. And that the party leaders need to stay the course to let things work out. In the mean time the crazies will be accepted and will turn out, in the eyes of the media not to be so crazy. Moving us a little closer to the perfect oligarchy/plutocracy of their dreams.

It is a good thing I'm not even a D list blogger and no one reads me because I think that is probably necessary that the democratic party as it is currently configured get it's ass handed to it on a platter. Then it might be possible to start building from more or less the ground up. The real question is whether or not it would be possible to build from the ground up or whether it is already too late.

2 comments:

Cujo359 said...

As another "not even D list" blogger, I agree - it's a good thing no one reads us. ;) Couldn't stand getting all that e-mail on tips that I absolutely have to follow up on, the added opportunities to buy ED medicine, etc.

Actually, I think that the Democrats will try to move to the right whether they win or not. The right is where the big money is, at least when it comes to economic policy. The move to the right is also facilitated by the fact that progressives, as a group, never punish their politicians for failing to deliver, which is something conservatives are smart enough to do.

What makes a weak Democratic Party better than a strong one right now, I think, is that a weak one will be easier to take over or push aside than a strong one. There's also something to be said for making the Democrats' current leaders less powerful.

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