Democrats’ losing abortion strategy doubles down on extremism
A new article from the Daily Beast, entitled “Democrats’ loss strategy doubles down,” is a rather lengthy, detailed and thoughtful effort to argue that Dems aren’t really going to lose this election, because they need to stick to an anti-RINO message in order to win and that their “strategy” actually is to “change the debate.”
It could be that the Democrats have their own idea of what’s right and what’s wrong and that’s why they feel they have to say what they’ve always been saying; but I think they’re actually more likely to be right about what their strategy is.
Their “strategy” isn’t really a strategy at all, it’s an attempt to convince the Left and the Right that they’re a bunch of bigots who want to take away people’s guns, their guns, and their guns. They really do want to take away people’s guns and then have a big gun-fest in the middle of the night when all the people who were too afraid to go out and vote for Obama, now that all the people who were too afraid to go out and vote for Obama now can’t vote.
This is the Democrats’ new way to go about changing the debate and to convince the public that they’re on the right side of history. The GOP is going to lose this battle and the Democrats certainly aren’t going to win this battle. The only reason that they can win is because they have to say that they’re not the party that is going to take away our guns.
It’s an interesting strategy. This is what they tried to do when they tried to change the debate just a few months ago. They tried to change the dialogue, they tried to change the conversation, but they didn’t have the numbers that they do now. They also had