Saturday, April 5, 2008

The only way to save the Democratic Party

Originally posted on American Thinker.

The race for the Democratic presidential nomination is a quagmire.

It is a civil war.

It is fratricidal.

It is an act of hara-kiri.

It is a murder-suicide.

No matter which of its two remaining candidates secures the nomination, there appears to be no good end possible for the Democratic Party.

Or is there?

The problem is - over the last eight years the Democratic Party has completely given itself over to unrestrained hatred. Hatred is not something you can just switch on and off. Once you allow yourself to be consumed by it - hatred must find a place to go.

Hatred abhors a vacuum.

Now that George W. Bush is no longer a participant in a presidential election, Democrats have lost the unifying locus of their hatred, and that hatred has found its place in being hurled upon the Democratic Party's own candidates.

The result of this tragic situation leaves the Democratic Party with only one viable option:

Repeal the Twenty-Second Amendment

Democrats everywhere should be working feverishly to ensure that President Bush can be placed on the ballot.

Yes, it has come to this.

The only person who can save the Democratic Party is George W. Bush.

1 comment:

  1. That is an elegant solution. One might be tempted to call it magnificent.