"Mr. Haney, white courtesy phone" — Democrats try to replace McAuliffe

Democrats who want to be the DNC Chairman met in Orlando over the weekend. Right now, there are eight candidates in all, including Howard (YEEAAHHHH!) Dean. Current DNC chief, Terry McAuliffe, will soon be stepping down soon, unless he gets flat out fired first.

We’ll miss McAuliffe and his antics.

The current DNC chief and composite of every B-lot used-car salesman ever produced (sincerest apologies to B-lot used-car salesmen) once called one of Bush’s State of the Union speeches “one of the worst.” In order to believe McAuliffe, you’ve got to think that Jimmy Carter’s performance in his four State of the Union speeches was flat out Churchillian. McAuliffe has also called the Bush administration “the most political White House ever.”

McAuliffe is a king of childlike overstatement – one of those guys who may describe political events as “the best ever in the whole world” or “most rotten forever in the history of all time” -– like Beaver Cleaver after a conscience bypass. I’ll bet he uses the term “kajillion” a lot as well.

Democrats are desperate to find anything to fix their party. Their problem is that when something needs repairing, the only tool they know how to use is a sledge hammer. The whole party needs an enema. They won’t ever again find success in the voice of a washed-up liberal silver spooner like Kennedy, a cheesy inside-the-Beltway thug trafficker like McAuliffe, or any other of these Clintonesque offspring conceived during the quadrennial mating season that is election year.

Author: Doug Powers

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