Here is Why the Democrat Party is Screwed

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For the past fifty years or so, the DNC has been fighting like hell to keep from losing the South, which had been a reliable DNC voting block of 14 states for over a century. They've lost that battle and now all 14 states lean GOP. Bigly.

Now the Dems are struggling to hold on to five of the six voting constituencies they still "own":

1. White moderates who lean left
2. White liberals
3. Asian Americans (including those from the Middle East)
4. Hispanic Americans
5. Black Americans
6. Radical white lefties (who aren't going anywhere)

If/when the GOP is able to further compete for votes in groups 1-5, the DNC is finished. The Democrat party will continue to exist, but will have a tough time winning elections with only extreme lefties turning out. The most important of these groups is #5 African Americans. If/when they start to defect from the DNC in increasingly larger numbers, white liberals and moderates will follow. THIS is why the DNC has been so race obsessed when it comes to African Americans for the past few years.

No amount of ANTIFA/BLM rioting, looting, name-calling, doxing , and ballot harvesting will overcome this trend and the best part is the GOP doesn't have to make any trade-offs or give up anything in order to win votes among these five groups. We just need to sit back and not be as radical as today's Democrat party which cares more about trans-gender swimmers and tampons in boy's rooms than they care about crime, inflation, energy prices, national security, the stock market, and preserving the American Dream.
 
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For the past fifty years or so, the DNC has been fighting like hell to keep from losing the South, which had been a reliable DNC voting block of 14 states for over a century. They've lost that battle and now all 14 states lean GOP. Bigly.

Now the Dems are struggling to hold on to five of the six voting constituencies they still "own":

1. White moderates who lean left
2. White liberals
3. Asian Americans (including those from the Middle East)
4. Hispanic Americans
5. Black Americans
6. Radical white lefties (who aren't going anywhere)

If/when the GOP is able to further compete for votes in groups 1-5, the DNC is finished. The Democrat party will continue to exist, but will have a tough time winning elections with only extreme lefties turning out. The most important of these groups is #5 African Americans. If/when they start to defect from the DNC in increasingly larger numbers, white liberals and moderates will follow. THIS is why the DNC has been so race obsessed when it comes to African Americans for the past few years.

No amount of ANTIFA/BLM rioting, looting, name-calling, doxing , and ballot harvesting will overcome this trend and the best part is the GOP doesn't have to make any trade-offs or give up anything in order to win votes among these five groups. We just need to sit back and not be as radical as today's Democrat party which cares more about trans-gender swimmers and tampons in boy's rooms than they care about crime, inflation, energy prices, national security, the stock market, and preserving the American Dream.

I don't know. From what we've seen, all a politician needs to do is promise a government check, then blame corporations for the inflation it causes. Our electorate isn't smart enough to figure out how that process works.

I wish Republicans luck in trying to convey that knowledge during the length of an infomercial. Democrats have an advantage -- the name of the corporation tends to be on the items they buy. And good luck getting them to understand the difference between return-on-capital and "billions."
 

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The cure for too many Republicans is too many Republicans. Once one party gets into power they will lose popularity and the other party will take back control.

The only way this cycle ends is if Republicans end our Democracy and declare themselves the winner of elections they actually lost. This could happen.
 

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The cure for too many Republicans is too many Republicans. Once one party gets into power they will lose popularity and the other party will take back control.

The only way this cycle ends is if Republicans end our Democracy and declare themselves the winner of elections they actually lost. This could happen.
I like the idea of Republicans taking total control and Trump and the Trump family becoming “King for Life”. What’s wrong with that?
 

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For the past fifty years or so, the DNC has been fighting like hell to keep from losing the South, which had been a reliable DNC voting block of 14 states for over a century. They've lost that battle and now all 14 states lean GOP. Bigly.

Now the Dems are struggling to hold on to five of the six voting constituencies they still "own":

1. White moderates who lean left
2. White liberals
3. Asian Americans (including those from the Middle East)
4. Hispanic Americans
5. Black Americans
6. Radical white lefties (who aren't going anywhere)

If/when the GOP is able to further compete for votes in groups 1-5, the DNC is finished. The Democrat party will continue to exist, but will have a tough time winning elections with only extreme lefties turning out. The most important of these groups is #5 African Americans. If/when they start to defect from the DNC in increasingly larger numbers, white liberals and moderates will follow. THIS is why the DNC has been so race obsessed when it comes to African Americans for the past few years.

No amount of ANTIFA/BLM rioting, looting, name-calling, doxing , and ballot harvesting will overcome this trend and the best part is the GOP doesn't have to make any trade-offs or give up anything in order to win votes among these five groups. We just need to sit back and not be as radical as today's Democrat party which cares more about trans-gender swimmers and tampons in boy's rooms than they care about crime, inflation, energy prices, national security, the stock market, and preserving the American Dream.

Good news for Americans of all races, sexes, religions.....
 
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The only way this cycle ends is if Republicans end our Democracy and declare themselves the winner of elections they actually lost. This could happen.

You are making a good case to end democracy. Who would have thought ending democracy would be good for the American people.
 

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Once one party gets into power they will lose popularity and the other party will take back control.
Not this time. The only way the Dems have been able to win back power after getting trounced repeatedly is by 1. pretending to be more moderate (Bill Clinton & Barack Obama promising balanced budgets and tax cuts) and 2. always being within striking distance by controlling the large urban areas in key states.

You guys have stopped pretending to be mainstream moderates for a while now (if anything, you're still moving further left as we speak) and once the GOP is competing for and winning Black, Hispanic, Asian-American, Jewish-American, liberal and moderate Dem votes in larger numbers your side is kaput.
 
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The cure for too many Republicans is too many Republicans. Once one party gets into power they will lose popularity and the other party will take back control.

The only way this cycle ends is if Republicans end our Democracy and declare themselves the winner of elections they actually lost. This could happen.
Dear Glenda...thanks to the snowflake nation we currently have an open border, embolden geopolitical adversaries, record inflation, lawless streets in virtually every major city across this once great country (and spreading to the suburbs), a looming recession, oh and a senile and feckless leader... I think I'd worry about tomorrow and stop trying to blame yesterday sunshine...lulz
 
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I notice that nobody on your side seems to deny the exodus of minority voters from the DNC. I guess name calling is all you've got left.

"You are a fetus." LOL... Man is that funny. Have you ever wondered what is wrong with some of these creeps? I sometimes think Trump made them psychotic.
 

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For the past fifty years or so, the DNC has been fighting like hell to keep from losing the South, which had been a reliable DNC voting block of 14 states for over a century. They've lost that battle and now all 14 states lean GOP. Bigly.

Now the Dems are struggling to hold on to five of the six voting constituencies they still "own":

1. White moderates who lean left
2. White liberals
3. Asian Americans (including those from the Middle East)
4. Hispanic Americans
5. Black Americans
6. Radical white lefties (who aren't going anywhere)

If/when the GOP is able to further compete for votes in groups 1-5, the DNC is finished. The Democrat party will continue to exist, but will have a tough time winning elections with only extreme lefties turning out. The most important of these groups is #5 African Americans. If/when they start to defect from the DNC in increasingly larger numbers, white liberals and moderates will follow. THIS is why the DNC has been so race obsessed when it comes to African Americans for the past few years.

No amount of ANTIFA/BLM rioting, looting, name-calling, doxing , and ballot harvesting will overcome this trend and the best part is the GOP doesn't have to make any trade-offs or give up anything in order to win votes among these five groups. We just need to sit back and not be as radical as today's Democrat party which cares more about trans-gender swimmers and tampons in boy's rooms than they care about crime, inflation, energy prices, national security, the stock market, and preserving the American Dream.
This is an asinine take.

1) Define "screwed". As evidenced by national elections won by the Democratic party in the last few decades, you don't need to carry the South to win an election. An election premise that one party would strike out in the South would not preclude that party from winning any National American election.

*****SIDE NOTE: Math and evidential support are useful parts of an argument.
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The nail-biter of "who will win the South?" has not been very competitive in the last 20-30 years and I don't think campaign stats would even vaguely support the false characterization that, outside of a couple states, some big battle is being fought. Those states are about as competitive as the race to be the party majority for white males without a college education.

2) Your premise is also (opportunistically) simplistic and historically inaccurate. You are also leaving out a key detail in suggesting that the party just suddenly evolved apart in the 50's. That is not what happened. In 1948, Truman issued EO 9981 and the party largely split along Northern and Southern lines in that the Democratic Party was no longer going to be the party that championed segregation. Over the next 10-20 years (Jim Crow, Civil Rights Movement, Brown v BOE, etc.) the identity of the two parties would become clearer across that very specific line and the South would go Republican over this single issue. This is also the reason why the DNC got 80%+ of the African-American vote in the 60's and still does.

3) There is one reason why the Democratic Party would be screwed and it looks like this:
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This is an asinine take.

1) Define "screwed". As evidenced by national elections won by the Democratic party in the last few decades, you don't need to carry the South to win an election. An election premise that one party would strike out in the South would not preclude that party from winning any National American election.

*****SIDE NOTE: Math and evidential support are useful parts of an argument.
the-more-you-know.gif


The nail-biter of "who will win the South?" has not been very competitive in the last 20-30 years and I don't think campaign stats would even vaguely support the false characterization that, outside of a couple states, some big battle is being fought. Those states are about as competitive as the race to be the party majority for white males without a college education.

2) Your premise is also (opportunistically) simplistic and historically inaccurate. You are also leaving out a key detail in suggesting that the party just suddenly evolved apart in the 50's. That is not what happened. In 1948, Truman issued EO 9981 and the party largely split along Northern and Southern lines in that the Democratic Party was no longer going to be the party that championed segregation. Over the next 10-20 years (Jim Crow, Civil Rights Movement, Brown v BOE, etc.) the identity of the two parties would become clearer across that very specific line and the South would go Republican over this single issue. This is also the reason why the DNC got 80%+ of the African-American vote in the 60's and still does.

3) There is one reason why the Democratic Party would be screwed and it looks like this:
YSPGIXDLR4I6TO7HDR4Y7OAFGY.jpg

That is the Democrat spin, but in reality Biden is a figurehead and the policies that America is rejecting are originating from the liberals that dominate his administration. Dems will jettison Biden and try to blame all the party's ills on him, but the problem is deeper than that as they are about to find out in November.
 

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That is the Democrat spin, but in reality Biden is a figurehead and the policies that America is rejecting are originating from the liberals that dominate his administration. Dems will jettison Biden and try to blame all the party's ills on him, but the problem is deeper than that as they are about to find out in November.
Says a guy who can't even admit, or at least address, his own party's history. Nor its still lingering state.

Both parties are shit because they are both filled with people who spend their time marketing themselves to anyone with a vote. People on the far sides of the left or right should just start dating already because they are the same people and hopefully that is the one way the rest of us can hear from them less. And anyone who believes a politician actually means what they say and/or can actually make a lasting difference may not be a fool, but enjoys fool's errands. I'd bet you think the TOP 100 LAWYERS in the magazines on the plane are actually the top 100 lawyers as decided by some unbiased board of highly reasonable people that just sits around and does that sort of thing. Unrelated, but FYI: There's a bridge for sale over here in Brooklyn, text me.
 

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Says a guy who can't even admit, or at least address, his own party's history. Nor its still lingering state.

Both parties are shit because they are both filled with people who spend their time marketing themselves to anyone with a vote. People on the far sides of the left or right should just start dating already because they are the same people and hopefully that is the one way the rest of us can hear from them less. And anyone who believes a politician actually means what they say and/or can actually make a lasting difference may not be a fool, but enjoys fool's errands. I'd bet you think the TOP 100 LAWYERS in the magazines on the plane are actually the top 100 lawyers as decided by some unbiased board of highly reasonable people that just sits around and does that sort of thing. Unrelated, but FYI: There's a bridge for sale over here in Brooklyn, text me.

I don't know what the Extreme Right might be, perhaps the people that get out and demonstrate over the Right to Life. Perhaps it is a few fringe people like the QANONs. But it isn't a large segment whatsoever, certainly nothing compared to the Extreme Left, which has taken over both the Legislative and Executive Branches in our government, as well as agencies that should be dealing with security. Even the Defense Department has gone nuts.

Conservatives are not a "take to the streets" type of group. On the other hand, I know some Liberals in my area, and they have been programmed to hate Trump by the media they consume. They have become the radicals that support the people in power who are destroying our way of life.

The problems we face -- crime, inflation, illegals, drug cartels, homelessness -- those are things getting worse as a result of the bad policies of the Left. In fact their "solutions" are exacerbating these problems. Then get on camera and deflect, blame, or just flat out lie. Even the inflation number itself is a lie.

We're going to see a huge decrease in living standards. The first thing you'll notice is that people will be unable to do maintenance on their homes and cars. Neighborhoods are going to deteriorate, because the budgets just do not add up, and the spending is not directed wisely. In fact we can't even find the money that was spent. This is what happens when large sums get funneled through the hands of government.
 

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I don't know what the Extreme Right might be, perhaps the people that get out and demonstrate over the Right to Life. Perhaps it is a few fringe people like the QANONs. But it isn't a large segment whatsoever, certainly nothing compared to the Extreme Left, which has taken over both the Legislative and Executive Branches in our government, as well as agencies that should be dealing with security. Even the Defense Department has gone nuts.

Conservatives are not a "take to the streets" type of group. On the other hand, I know some Liberals in my area, and they have been programmed to hate Trump by the media they consume. They have become the radicals that support the people in power who are destroying our way of life.

The problems we face -- crime, inflation, illegals, drug cartels, homelessness -- those are things getting worse as a result of the bad policies of the Left. In fact their "solutions" are exacerbating these problems. Then get on camera and deflect, blame, or just flat out lie. Even the inflation number itself is a lie.

We're going to see a huge decrease in living standards. The first thing you'll notice is that people will be unable to do maintenance on their homes and cars. Neighborhoods are going to deteriorate, because the budgets just do not add up, and the spending is not directed wisely. In fact we can't even find the money that was spent. This is what happens when large sums get funneled through the hands of government.
It would be a waste of anyone's time to go point by point, unless there are points being given out for achievements in redundancy. Your entire premise of the grass being only green on your side, which effectively sums up the entirety of your nauseatingly self-serving tortuous bloviating, is as true as the concept of the grass being greener on the other side. It rarely is because the problem usually lies within the beholder, no matter which side of the fence they fancy.
 

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I don't know. From what we've seen, all a politician needs to do is promise a government check, then blame corporations for the inflation it causes. Our electorate isn't smart enough to figure out how that process works.

I wish Republicans luck in trying to convey that knowledge during the length of an infomercial. Democrats have an advantage -- the name of the corporation tends to be on the items they buy. And good luck getting them to understand the difference between return-on-capital and "billions."
Promise that free money, and low IQ suckers fall for it every time.
 
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For the past fifty years or so, the DNC has been fighting like hell to keep from losing the South, which had been a reliable DNC voting block of 14 states for over a century. They've lost that battle and now all 14 states lean GOP. Bigly.

Now the Dems are struggling to hold on to five of the six voting constituencies they still "own":

1. White moderates who lean left
2. White liberals
3. Asian Americans (including those from the Middle East)
4. Hispanic Americans
5. Black Americans
6. Radical white lefties (who aren't going anywhere)

If/when the GOP is able to further compete for votes in groups 1-5, the DNC is finished. The Democrat party will continue to exist, but will have a tough time winning elections with only extreme lefties turning out. The most important of these groups is #5 African Americans. If/when they start to defect from the DNC in increasingly larger numbers, white liberals and moderates will follow. THIS is why the DNC has been so race obsessed when it comes to African Americans for the past few years.

No amount of ANTIFA/BLM rioting, looting, name-calling, doxing , and ballot harvesting will overcome this trend and the best part is the GOP doesn't have to make any trade-offs or give up anything in order to win votes among these five groups. We just need to sit back and not be as radical as today's Democrat party which cares more about trans-gender swimmers and tampons in boy's rooms than they care about crime, inflation, energy prices, national security, the stock market, and preserving the American Dream.
If you like the following: ..... Giving welfare to lazy f'cks refusing to get a job, killing babies, hate law enforcement, high gas prices, doxing, and constantly accusing white people of racism.....VOTE DEM

If you like: ....... Lower gas prices, earning your keep, working for a living, value life, know most cops are good people, hiring on merit NOT race, judging people on merit NOT race, and you're beyond sick of being called a racist just for being successful while white......DO NOT VOTE DEM.
 
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If you like the following: ..... Giving welfare to lazy f'cks, killing babies, hate law enforcement, high gas prices, doxing, and constantly accusing white people of racism.....VOTE DEM

If you like: ....... Lower gas prices, earning your keep, working for a living, valuing life, know most cops are good people, hiring on merit NOT race, judging people on merit NOT race, and you're beyond sick of being called a racist just for being successful while white......DO NOT VOTE DEM.

^^^^^
Could be your best post ever.
 

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Could be your best post ever.
So I'll be a broken record, and say for the 500th time, I have no problem calling it how it is....BOTH WAYS.

Can we ever get to the point of PAOLI and NJPSU can admit they don't like Trump but at least admit Biden gas prices are up without all the excuses.....ON the flip side can we get Knox (who I like) with interrobag and LioninHoustuon to say OK I Support Trumps policies but admit he was wrong point blank for bragging hr cn`
 
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So I'll be a broken record, and say for the 500th time, I have no problem calling it how it is....BOTH WAYS.

Can we ever get to the point of PAOLI and NJPSU can admit they don't like Trump but at least admit Biden gas prices are up without all the excuses.....ON the flip side can we get Knox (who I like) with interrobag and LioninHoustuon to say OK I Support Trumps policies but admit he was wrong point blank for bragging hr cn`

Most of us already acknowledged Trump was acerbic, bombastic and ill tempered. That said, he did have the right policies. I vote for policies, not personality. I'd take Trump over Biden 8 days a week.
 

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Most of us already acknowledged Trump was acerbic, bombastic and ill tempered. That said, he did have the right policies. I vote for policies, not personality. I'd take Trump over Biden 8 days a week.
I agree Trumps policies were better but when he bragged about grabbing girls by the twat, I didn't see you guys all outraged like you'd do with Hunter and his escorts. Anytime a dem said how wrong Trump was for that, you guys didn't simply agree and leave it at.....It was all a comeback about what dems did.

But on the flipside dems wont say a word about Hunters hookers...........And the beautiful testboard will continue to be beautiful.
 

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I agree Trumps policies were better but when he bragged about grabbing girls by the twat, I didn't see you guys all outraged like you'd do with Hunter and his escorts. Anytime a dem said how wrong Trump was for that, you guys didn't simply agree and leave it at.....It was all a comeback about what dems did.

But on the flipside dems wont say a word about Hunters hookers...........And the beautiful testboard will continue to be beautiful.

Your observation is correct.

It goes back to Clinton shoving a cigar up an interns twat then smoking it on Easter day.

If America is numb to that, they are certainly numb to some asinine locker room TALK.....

The only reason why Hunter is a topic is because the left bitched and moaned for four years about the morality of Trump. Truth is that the Biden family is far more scummy than the Trump family..... 50 phucking years of "public service"..... LMFAO.....
 

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I agree Trumps policies were better but when he bragged about grabbing girls by the twat, I didn't see you guys all outraged like you'd do with Hunter and his escorts. Anytime a dem said how wrong Trump was for that, you guys didn't simply agree and leave it at.....It was all a comeback about what dems did.

But on the flipside dems wont say a word about Hunters hookers...........And the beautiful testboard will continue to be beautiful.
The difference is nobody voted for Hunter. He holds no office. Pussy grabbing Trump however was the President.
 

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The difference is nobody voted for Hunter. He holds no office. Pussy grabbing Trump however was the President.

The Biden family is scum. Period.

You voted for scum. BWHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA....

And you still support an man who abused an intern...... AN INTERN.... lmfao....
 

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Most of us already acknowledged Trump was acerbic, bombastic and ill tempered. That said, he did have the right policies. I vote for policies, not personality. I'd take Trump over Biden 8 days a week.
Therefore you admit Trump could not grow the economy without increasing deficits.
 

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Therefore you admit Trump could not grow the economy without increasing deficits.

No, I don't agree with that at all. Trump grew the economy by increasing the confidence of business leaders. Confident business leaders raise wages, hire, develop new products, expand..... All of that creates growth.

All of this is born out of data. NFIB small business confidence. Job openings. People looking for work....

And he didn't need a recovery to do it.
 

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No, I don't agree with that at all. Trump grew the economy by increasing the confidence of business leaders. Confident business leaders raise wages, hire, develop new products, expand..... All of that creates growth.

All of this is born out of data. NFIB small business confidence. Job openings. People looking for work....

And he didn't need a recovery to do it.
Increased jobs thru needed infrastructure also creates confidence. Improved infrastructure by itself also creates confidence.
 

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