Obama has destroyed the Democratic Party

By Ted Belman (h/t SarahSue)

Come 2012 there is going to be enormous fallout from the battle Obama and his thugs waged against the the Clinton machine. Hillary’s supporters are inching to get even. Not because they lost in a fair fight but because of the voter fraud and intimidation that her campaign and supporters were subjected to. One of her greatest supporters were the boys at HIllbuzz who are now anabashedly supporting Sarah Palin.

They have just posted a letter to Rush Limbaugh on the Democrat Civil War Already In Progress

    I don’t think even you understand just how much damage Obama has done to the Democrat Party — to the point where formerly lifelong Democrats like myself, and everyone here at HillBuzz.org, are actively working to expose the party and literally burn it to the ground for the good of the country.

    None of this is being reported in the media, but a Civil War in the Democrat ranks has been raging since May 31st, 2008…a date every Hillary Clinton supporter knows well, because that was the date of the Democrat Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting where Howard Dean (then-DNC Chair), Donna Brazile, and scores of other Kool-Aid slurping Obama flunkies took off their masks and revealed the full extent of the Leftist coup that had taken over the party. This was the day when the DNC took delegates Hillary Clinton won in Michigan away from her and handed them to Obama (despite the fact he wasn’t even on the primary ballot in that state, because he removed his name when his campaign realized he’d come in third in that race).

    May 31st, 2008 was a day when Hillary “babes” (as you call us sometimes) like us flew to Washington in large numbers to stand outside the Marriott near the National Zoo, where this Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting was held, to shout for the DNC to count all the votes and operate the nominating process fairly — but they refused. The anger over that day has never abated. In fact, it’s grown considerably since then.

    This was the determining factor in millions of us leaving the Democrat Party for good. This was the day when the P.U.M.A. movement began — in response to Donna Brazile’s calls for “party unity” following the Rules & Bylaws Committee Meeting, we “Hillary babes” said “Party Unity My A$$” (or People United Means Action, depending on how you want to phrase it). Exit polls showed 8 million PUMA voted Republican for the first time in our lives in the fall of 2008…casting ballots for McCain/Palin (and in truth, mainly for Palin, whom we support, and not to a small degree because she receives many of the same attacks lobbed at Hillary Clinton all these years).

    You seem to know most of all this, so I’ll end the history lesson by noting the people alienated by the Democrat Party during the primaries in 2008 — where it was clear the party and the media colluded at great lengths to push Obama while hammering Hillary Clinton into the ground — never came back to the Democrat Party.

    This is also when most of us stopped using the term “Democratic Party”, since there’s nothing “democratic” about these people. They are the “Democrat Party”, and even that is hard to acknowledge because they really and truly have proved themselves to be enemies of real democracy.

    I’m still registered as a Democrat here in Chicago (because the Cocktail Party GOP establishment so disgusts me I can’t will myself to party-ID Republican, and there’s no Independent option here in Illinois) but I can’t imagine ever voting for another Democrat again, as long as I live. To Hell with Democrats. This was solidified for me on Christmas Eve of last year, when Democrats rushed Obamacare through the Senate in the dead of night, through various secret channels, and every single Democrat voted for its passage (even supposed moderates like Evan Bayh in Indiana, who quickly realized his vote would cost him re-election…so the coward retired rather then face angry voters over what he did). I just don’t believe Democrats should be given elected office by voters because they cannot be trusted to even read bills before they vote on them, not even when said bills seek to permanently alter the entire American economy. This is reckless and reprehensible to the point of treason.

    I was a Democrat for 32 years before the heavy-handed push for Obama alienated me from the party…and I borrow what Hillary Clinton said about Republicans once, back when she was a Goldwater Girl, and will paraphrase by saying that I didn’t leave the Democrat Party, the Democrat Party left me.

    After it beat me to a pulp, called me a racist, berated and insulted me, and used Alinsky Rules to hit me with everything it had. Not just me, but all Hillary supporters.

    This is the part I don’t think you understand because I don’t know if you and your listeners paid much attention to what the Obama campaign and DNC did to malign and assault Hillary Clinton’s supporters during the 2008 campaign. None of this has been forgotten by any of us.

    If you have not seen it already, Rush, you need to watch Gigi Gaston’s documentary “We Will Not Be Silenced 2008?. I’m featured in a segment on the voter fraud that was committed in the Iowa Caucus back in January of 2008. While I was always aware Democrats use unions and other means to cheat in elections, I never knew the Democrat Party was capable of the large-scale, aggressive, unapologetic fraud it committed on Obama’s behalf all through 2008. In Iowa, I watched Obama’s ACORN and SEIU goons push and shove old people, bully them, and intimidate them when they wanted to vote for Hillary Clinton. I saw scores of Illinois license plates fill the parking lots outside caucus locations, with Chicagoland Obama supporters illegally entering the Caucus sites to vote for Obama and game Iowa for him. Having planned ahead, Obama supporters actually RAN those caucus sites, and held the doors open for all these fraudulent voters to walk right in, without being asked for IDs, where they then took control of the caucuses and bullied the Iowa residents into supporting Obama — lest they be called RAAACISTS! out in the open in front of their friends and neighbors in those open-air caucuses.

With Palin coming on strong someone in the Democratic Party floated the trial balloon of an Obama-Hillary ticket for 2012. Hillary emphatically turned it down within hours. I believe that she will challenge him in the 2012 primaries and that more and more, Obama will be the target of Democratic attacks.

If Hillary does in fact get the nomination for president the shift of Democrats to Palin will be diminished. Where will Hillbuzz stand? If she loses again, the shift will be all the more dramatic.

Palin is now positioning herself against both party establishments and is calling on all Americans who support limited government and fiscal responsibility to join her fight. Her campaign is non-partisan. It is issue based and not party based. She is making inroads into traditional Democratic supporters such as Jews, union members and women. Independents are already following her lead.

Go Sarah.

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  1. Samuel

    Great analysis.

    I would just add to that…it is necessary to locate the woes of Obama in the world system of capitalism.

  2. “Even so the margins were a lot closer than one might expect.”
    (oops forgot the bquote function)
    I agree though not necessarily about your alternative VPs. I actually think Huckabee would have both energized the base and not alienated others. McCain had much better economic advisors (Holz-Eakin and Zandi), but never put them forward to squelch the Phil Gramm myth.
    Anyway, I think I just heard a possible challenger to Obama on CNN. Former Nebraska Governor and Senator Bob Kerrey (and former Navy Seal and Congressional Medal of Honor winner). Even if he is not intending to actually run, he just gave a very credible economic position for somebody, to run from the center.

  3. Bird I mostly agree with you except I do believe had Romney or Rudi been VP nominee, McCain might have weathered the financial meltdown. Even so the margins were a lot closer than one might expect. True the conservative extreme base might have been in a stay home mode but the pick up of the independents might have compensated much more.

  4. Obama and liberal dems:

    Obama won the election because he fraudulently presented himself as a centrist, dedicated to helping both the middle and lower classes.

    The middle class is now disgusted by Obama, after seeing what he, and his ultra-liberal buds, have actually done.

    The Republicans favor the rich, but are not opposed to the middle class benefiting a bit indirectly through “trickle down prosperity”.

    It turns out that Obama, in contrast, ideally wants to raise the lower class to the level of the middle class, which is utopian. The trouble is, when he cannot accomplish this, instead he takes the easier path, of destroying the white middle class and bringing it down to the level of the lower class. Michael Savage calls this “trickle up poverty”.

    Obama’s obsession with destroying the white conservative christian middle class is so powerful, that he doesn’t care if his own black people suffer (they’ll vote for him no matter what). And that is because his major strategy is to flood America with illegal Latinos, who will illegaly vote Democrat and ensure a permanent liberal Democratic majority at the the expense of the middle class.

    It is illegal latinos who have benefited most under Obama. They got the lion’s share of the low-paying jobs created by Obama’s stimulus (while black unemployment increased). Obamacare gives “free” healthcare to the illegals (paid for by the middle class). And because Obama insists on keeping the border with Mexico wide open to allow the flood of illegals to continue, he is also giving free rein to the Mexican drug dealers to flood America with drugs, so that the unemployed blacks in their ghettoes are using their welfare money to buy more and more drugs from Mexico.

    Talk about the end of the American dream. Obama, understandably, refuses to say directly what he is doing. Instead, he lamely says that 1) Things would have been “worse” without me (how?) and 2) There are “good things I have done that you don’t know about”.

    The white middle is really hurting and (rightly) sees Obama as a threat to their continued way of life. So the election, for them, is not to vote for Republicans, it is to vote against Obama.

    (Unfortunately, the situation is now irreversible. The current lifestyle of the white middle class is basically doomed, because a white middle class worker simply cannot compete with the low salary paid a Chinese worker.)

  5. America I think had had enough of the Clintons. I think they still do.

    Two years later, the Clintons look a whole lot better. I do not believe McCain could have won in 2008 because of the financial meltdown – in fact, that would have helped Hillary even more than it helped Obama. Enough hindsight. I was never a PUMA because I never supported Hillary. But I share a lot with the letter writer.

    The really interesting question is whether Obama has a challenger other than Hillary in the primaries. It is hard to see the Dems supporting Obama, but I no longer see him deciding to not run again. The primary/caucus system stays intact, but Obama’s vaunted money/organizing machine from 2008 has fallen apart.

    Too soon to be thinking about this 🙂 but do not count on Palin on the ballot..

  6. All things considered were Hilary the Dems nominee, I think McCain would have won. Obama for most Americans was an unknown quantity. Hillary and Bill weren’t. America I think had had enough of the Clintons. I think they still do.