Rift in the Democratic Party

This post–“An Open Letter to Rush Limbaugh“–from “Hillbuzz”, a pro-Hillary Clinton blog, is starting to get some play. The writer, Kevin DuJan, explains that, while a lot of Hillary Clinton supporters hold a grudge over the 2008 Democratic Party nomination process, that isn’t the only reason that they are intent on getting back at Obama and his version of the Democratic Party.

When Obama and the DNC attacked Hillary and her supporters, they permanently alienated tens of millions of us from the party. I know for a fact I am not the only guy…who is working every day to bring down the Obama White House and Democrat Party. Not for Hillary, though I love the woman, but for America…because I love this country even more.

He provides some details of the nasty tactics he witnessed–including voter fraud and intimidation tactics–and asks other Democrats to take a breath and re-think some things:

[E]ven if you called yourself a Democrat for 32 years, the way I did, because everyone you grew up with and everyone in your family was a Democrat, that in 2010 it’s time to ask yourselves what that really means.
Do you want to be in a party that calls people racists for stepping out of line and voicing opposition to the socialist lurch of the current administration?
Do you condone voter fraud and the shameless, undemocratic tactics employed by Democrats?
Do you wish to associate with the likes of ACORN, the SEIU, the Black Panthers, and all the other thugs, goons, and degenerates the Obama campaign and White House employ as the DNC’s muscle on the ground?
It is crystal clear that being a patriotic American who loves this country is intellectually incompatible with being a Democrat. If you love America and want it to prosper, the Democrat Party is at absolute odds with everything we need for a thriving, successful economy.

I wonder how many Rhode Island Democrats feel the same way.

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John
John
10 years ago

Not enough…yet!

Scott
Scott
10 years ago

This seems very legitimate.

Swazool
Swazool
10 years ago

If you “love America”, why would you want the president to fail? It makes no sense.

Tommy Cranston
Tommy Cranston
10 years ago

He’s a neo-con scum….but sometimes he’s just beautiful.

BobN
BobN
10 years ago

If the President’s election was a result of massive fraud and illegal campaign money, and his agenda is to destroy the Constitutional system as outlined in the Cloward-Piven strategy (Google it yourself unless you’re too lazy), it makes perfect sense to want him to fail.
Obama’s failure to execute his personal agenda equals America’s success.
Only in dictatorships do they equate the person who happens to be President with the nation.

dave
dave
10 years ago

Exactly. This guy thinks he is here to be a ruler of this country, not govern. Without quesion, he is the most divisive president in American history.

Scott
Scott
10 years ago

Yeah, since the last one.
And I gotta say the elevation of an obscure late 60’s Nation article to the centerpiece of a global socialist/progressive takeover strategy is a special sort of comedy. Bobben, you really believe this stuff, don’t you? (He asked, nervously laughing to conceal his horror at the fact that they’ve figured it out! THEY KNOW!”

joe bernstein
joe bernstein
10 years ago

Considering who the President has appointed-Sunstein,Van Jones,Holder,Kagan,,and many others,I can see plainly he is ,and always has been trying to move the country all the way to the left.
I certainly hope he fails miserably at that.He has arrayed a consortium of leftist ideologues,Clintonista retreads,and crass opportunists like Pelosi against the grain of the American people.
They fell for his campaign style(which was pretty well done)because the wolf seemed to be at the door.So they let in the jackal instead.I think they’re waking up to that.
I hope he’s a one termer like Jimmy Carter,who did more damage to this country as President than anyone I can think of since Wilson.
I really love it how he dissed those East Side eloi and little Chi-Chi.
I saw Chris Matthews last night throwing around comments about the right having a “whiff” of Nazism.What a total scumbag-I thnk Matthews exudes more than a “whiff” of flatulence.

Lee Etters
Lee Etters
9 years ago

There are certainly a lot of details like that to take into consideration. That is a great point to bring up. I offer the thoughts above as general inspiration but clearly there are questions like the one you bring up where the most important thing will be working in honest good faith. I don?t know if best practices have emerged around things like that, but I am sure that your job is clearly identified as a fair game. Both boys and girls feel the impact of just a moment’s pleasure, for the rest of their lives.

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