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Democrats’ message rejected by voters

A prominent Democratic operative recently whined that his party lost because they failed to get out their message. The real problem is that they did get out their message, and the voters rejected it.

His party has fallen on such hard times that the base of the Democratic Party today consists of a number of special interest groups, including the-sky-is-falling environmentalists, abortion industry workers, bilingualists, illegal immigrants, ideologically homeless ex-communists, communists, convicted felons, unconvicted felons, pornographers posing as artists, propagandists posing as journalists, network anchors, food stamp junkies, anti-American multiculturists, hard-core feminists, abused and abusable women, the venereally diseased, anti-tobacco fascists, anti-religious bigots, latent anti-religious clerics, pro-gay clergy, gay clergy, government employees, union bosses, government contractors, the sexually disoriented educrats, trial lawyers, the willing poor, drug addicts, old sin New Age enthusiasts, race hustlers, members of the black caucus, professional victims, punk musicians, condom manufacturers, proud and practicing members of the North American Man-Boy Love Association, and dead people buried near Chicago.

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