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Monday, January 09, 2017

Who will be the Trump-Like Disrupters of the Democrat Party?

From The Examiner:


Nothing impacts a community more than being written off by a political party, except being taken for granted by a political party.Both parties have done that over and over again in this country. No majority is ever permanent, yet realignments are rare. When they do happen they are a prolonged process.Currently it is the Democrats who are feeling the burden of both writing off and taking for granted voters. Oh, Democrats in Washington and New York might not be ready to admit that — they are still too busy debating the legitimacy of Donald Trump's election.But smart strategists who are on the ground and have seen Democratic elected office holders sizably shrink over the past eight years sure know it. Their livelihoods depend on it.

Democratic hopefuls will not sit around too long before a major disrupter or disrupters surface to radical shift the Democratic Party away from their far left agenda. 
As I stated in a previous post, the far Left leadership will have their last hurrah and the final nail in their coffin in the 2018 mid-terms. 
Now the questions is....Who out their in the hinterland will be the disruptors that bring the Democratic Party back to it's traditional liberal roots?
Anyone have any suggestions?

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4 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

Caveat: Obama will still be around.

Monday, January 09, 2017 8:52:00 pm  
Blogger WC said...

He'll hang around like the ghost of Christmas Past but people will tire of him when the far left are put our to pasture. It has to happen. We have a two party system and like a bad penny, true liberal democrats will turn up again. Hopefully it would b one that works for compromise and not invest in conflict.

Monday, January 09, 2017 9:20:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hate me if you want, but I believe Jim Webb would have made a good Dem president. I read his books, and his head and heart are in the right place. He was completely out of place in the debate, but was the only one making any sense. I hope he comes back.

I was disappointed with his role in Congress, but compared with the rest of what's available, he is way above all of them.

Monday, January 09, 2017 10:31:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But look at how the immediate future is shaping up. The Congressional leadership remains Pelosi, Hoyer, Cliburn, and Schumer (the other Reed). Schumer's new anti-Obamacare repeal tag line is "The Republicans want to America sick again. Gag. That isn't even clever.

Now it appears the Dems first hill-to-die-on is the Sessions appointment. He is already being cast as an old school Confederacy racist, a regular Bull Connor. And who have they anointed to lead the public opinion effort? Al Sharpton! I kid you not. Will his act still work?

The old guard Democrats haven't learned shit. Whoever comes along to try to bring that party around will have her work cut out for her.

As far as Obama's future I believe he is trying to set himself up as the President-for-life of Black America. The Idi Amin of the American ghetto. I don't think it will work for long. Eventually African Americans will find out, like the rest us have, that he is basically just a boring old ideologue with nothing really interesting to say. At least Sharpton is an entertaining bigot.

Monday, January 09, 2017 10:44:00 pm  

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