Sunday, March 08, 2009

Minority Party Leader Not an Issue for Voters


A lot is being made right now by those on the left and consequently the left leaning media about the Republican party either not having a standout single leader for the party... yet the Democrat(ic) party had no clear single leader from 2001 through 2008 and not one leftist media outlet took notice.

So tell me exactly WHO was the clear single leader of the Democrat party in 2001... following the devastating loss in 2000.
Was it alGore? no. Joe Lieberman? no. John Kerry? no. Hillary Clinton? no. Harry Reid? no. Nancy Pelosi? no. Ted Kennedy? John Edwards? or was it Bill Maher? Al Franken? no Actually it was none of the above.
If you recall (and the leftist media doesn't) Howard Yeeehaaaaa Dean (pictured above) was chosen as the head of the Democrat(ic) party but then had to say in public that he didn't speak for the Democrat(ic) party.
How soon we forget.

Who was the leader of the Democrat(ic) party following their devastating loss again in 2004?







Was it John Kerry? no. Was it Hillary Clinton? no. Barack Obama? lol no, Harry Reid? no. San-Fran-Nan? no. Alec Baldwin? The Dixie Chics? Cindy Sheehan? Boots Clinton? The party was without leadership... a ship floating aimlessly without rudder or engine.

So why is it so darned important to the Democrat(ic) party and the leftist media exactly who is leader of the opposing party?
What difference does it make to them?

Chicago style Saul Alinksy socialist politics in play.
Pick a target, define and isolate the target, destroy the target.

Democrats believe that if they can define the Republican party as the party of Limbaugh they win.
What they aren't counting on is the fact that Limbaugh is far more popular and influential than they can even begin to understand.
They are pitting people vs ideals.
Limbaugh represents ideals and Democrats represent themselves.
Hide and watch.

3 Comments:

Blogger Oilfieldguy said...

A party leader is an imperative for the hive-mind collective of authoritarian cultists, but not so much for Democrats.

We value leadership, but blind loyalty, fealty even, most of us avoid completely.

12:47 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

yeah.... right, uh huh.
Have another sip and go spread some more lies like I banned you from here etc etc.

9:09 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

So tell me oilfieldkitty, are you really that ignorant or naive so as to believe that your party electing a guy you knew virtually nothing about simply because of his race and charisma is an not an example of ... how did you say it, "blind loyalty, fealty even"?

Never mind... that was a rhetorical question.

I'll let you get back to studying the teachings of "the One" so you know what to think and say today.

9:43 AM  

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