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.