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?
Labels: Democratic Party, Democrats, disrupters, liberal roots, WC