What A Bunch Of Sad Sacks Is The Democratic National Committee 4


Well here is another one of those miserable letters from the Democratic National Committee that makes you wonder whose side they are on.

Here is my response to the email.

Each of the major Democrats running for president will be there to talk about their plan to keep moving America forward.

Does the party have a plan to move America forward, or is it going to insist on hamstringing the candidates by preventing them from debating until October?

The Republicans will have a great time with the two months you are giving them to implant their ideas in the publics’ minds.

Then you are going to let the Democratic candidates try to change people’s minds back. It always works better to keep the voters you have than it is to win them back after you have lost them.

If there is anyone in the Democratic party leadership that does not know this deep in their bones, they ought not be leading the Party.

It would serve you right, and I would go along with Bernie, if he forms a third party after being elected President.

Here is how you sign the petition to complain We Need More Democratic Debates. This is a perfect test of Bernie Sanders’ grass roots.


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4 thoughts on “What A Bunch Of Sad Sacks Is The Democratic National Committee

  • SteveG Post author

    I still don’t know what to make of Martin O’Malley. At Netroots Nation convention he addressed, and rebutted, the charge about his policing practices when he was mayor of Baltimore and Governor of Maryland.

    He said that yes, there were 100,000 arrests, but most of it was the same 10,000 repeat offenders. I have read a more detailed complaint about his policing, and now I am not sure who to believe.

    This only matters to me to decide if he should be considered a good VP for Sanders.

  • Marden Seavey

    Oh oh, I didn’t read your post carefully enough and jumped to the conclusion. Yes, if by some miracle Bernie gets elected president, maybe he could start a third party. Stranger things have happened. The Trump phenomenon has been pretty surprising. Wonder when his ballon will burst. Maybe it won’t? Now that would really say something about the American voter. If only they could all begin to believe Bernie is the only honest man (or woman) in the room.

  • SteveG Post author

    “It would serve you right, and I would go along with Bernie, if he forms a third party after being elected President. ”

    Notice that I am saying he could do this after he has been elected President. He has already promised that he will not run on a third party ticket in this election if he loses the nomination.

    I have the luxury of living in Massachusetts. If my voting for Bernie Sanders on a third party ticket or as a write in would cause Hillary to lose Massachusetts, then she is in more trouble than my vote alone can cause.

  • Marden Seavey

    I agree. If we’re going to lose anyway, thanks to the stupidity, as you say, of the democratic leaders, why not vote for Bernie Sanders in a third party? Here’s the result: Sanders: 30%, Clinton: $30%, Kasich: 40%.