They'll never figure it out, thankfully

Many Democrats are analyzing the past couple of elections like the apes in perplexed curiosity while surrounding the obelisk at the beginning of “2001: A Space Odyssey.” It’s not that difficult to figure out.

Kerry and his people come out and say what has become the stock answer to any Democrat loss: “We failed to connect with the voters.”

Beg to differ… they connect way too much, to the point that many Americans are viewing them as a drunken uncle who just pinched their ass at the family Christmas party.

Let their ship of political dreams founder, as they continue to not be able to tell the difference between “connecting” and “groping”.

During the 2004 campaign, John Edwards said that there are “two Americas.” Kerry and Edwards said they wanted to “build one America,” but it’s tough to construct something, not to mention “connect” with people, when the only tools you know how to use are pry bars, wrecking balls, and dated blueprints.

Author: Doug Powers

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