All Brains and No Clue

“The best rhetoric will fail if the public rejects the substance of a candidate’s agenda or entertains doubts about his integrity.”

With all the ‘intellectual’ (and I use the term loosely…) power running the Democratic Party, it takes a study to tell them that? Commonsense instead of social disconnect would have saved them both the price of the study and Kerry’s campaign.

3 Responses to “All Brains and No Clue”

  1. GetALifeAgain says:

    Aren’t they a pathedic bunch?

  2. Like I said, GALA, NO CLUE. And you’re right ~ how pathetic is that? It’s all well and good out there in existential land, but ask them how much a Gatorade is at the Quickie Mart? You get ‘what’s a Quickie Mart?’

  3. The Real JeffS says:

    Their basic thesis is that the number of solidly conservative Republican voters is substantially larger that the reliably Democratic liberal voter base. To win, the argument goes, Democrats must make much larger inroads among moderates than the GOP.
    More stating the bloody obvious. If nothing else, look at the popular vote count from November 2004.
    Oh, and I hope these guys didn’t charge too much for this study, as this point has been made many times before in The Blogosphere.

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