Why don’t these dumb, cousin humping rednecks vote for us?

Sorry for the long title, but does anyone else feel like that is the theme coming from the Democrat party lately?  I mean aside from the actual physical desperation that you can feel coming off Obama and Biden, which culminated in some of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard politicians say.  First off was Greasy Joe Biden saying that the Democrats care waaaaaaaaaaay more about special needs families than the Republicans – always keeping it classy, Joe.

But the real kicker, and the reason for the title of this article was when a Democratic party rep said that “Wal-Mart Moms” (a derogatory term all by itself) who are the key demographic for this election are racist and uneducated.  Think I’m kidding?  Check out the article in Time:

Democratic pollster Celinda Lake calls them “Wal-Mart moms” and “Wal-Mart grandmas” and says they are not so much undecided as conflicted in making their choice this year.

And there could be another factor, one that is harder for pollsters to measure. “They are more racially sensitive, honestly,” than younger and more educated women, says Lake.

So maybe I should have titled this post “Why won’t those stupid, poor, racists vote for us” – because that’s exactly the message that you’re getting from the Democrat party right.  You can just feel the contempt dripping off those quotes from Celinda Lake.

I’m not even going to mention beyond this sentence Obama’s “lipstick on a pig” remark.  It was just so stupid and poorly thought out that I couldn’t believe he had actually said it.

This is what the election has come down to this year – the Democrat party desparately needs the votes of moderate middle class white women, and now they’ve called those moderate, middle class white women a bunch of uneducated, poor, racists.

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  1. You’re just getting this feeling now? The Dems have been saying that for years, it was just covered better because the majority of Republican candidates were white males.

    And it must be the Southern Virginia air or something, but I doubt the “lipstick” comment will get anywhere near the play of a certain other Senator’s comment made in the same area.

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