Dear Democratic Party: You Literally Have One Job Right Now


Dear Democratic Party,

Long time no speak. Even longer time, no vote! Last time I pulled the lever for a Democrat for President was two weeks after my 18th birthday and four more years of Clinton-through-Gore seemed like a wonderful idea. Then 9/11 happened.

I’ve been critical of you guys over the years. Really critical. I’ve argued with friends, family, colleagues, co-workers and strangers that your party represented all that was wrong with America. Bloated government, soft on terrorism, blah blah blah, I’m sure you’ve heard it all by now.

This election is different though. This election, is not about limited government or tax reform or anything less than saving the country.

It’s not about whether or not Trump is right or wrong on TPP, or NATO or social issues or any of that stuff. It’s not about left or right, Republicans or Democrats, Progressives or Conservatives, donkeys or elephants. It is literally about what we want this country to be.

Were you watching Donald Trump’s speech on the last night of the Republican National Hate Hillary Fest? I was. And if you didn’t and you’re considering NOT voting or flushing your vote down the toilet on Jill Stein, you should watch the replay.

I’m a Republican. Trump’s speech chilled me to the bone. I’ve been #NeverTrump since before the primaries even started, so I was never going to vote for him. Never. But listening to his interminable rant, going on and on and on and on, about how much this country sucks…

What in the world is happening right now? There are a lot of issues in the United States and the world. For the person who wants to lead this country to offer nothing but a dark apocalyptic vision picture of the United States is frightening.

I don’t want my leader telling me how awful my country is. I want him/her to tell me how good it is.

And don’t even get me started on the “yes you will” chants. Where are we? America or North Korea? Is this 2016 or Orwell’s 1984? I have never felt as uncomfortable watching a nomination speech as I did watching this. I hated Obama’s speeches in 2012 and 2008. Kerry’s in 2004. But I was never actually scared.

I’m scared now.

My Party has failed me. For the first time since 2000 I am going to vote for a Democrat this year. I’ve spent a long time waiting to see Hillary defeated – to see your Party defeated. Instead I’m going to be volunteering for her.

Because for the first time since…maybe ever…there is much more that unites us than divides us.

And its name is Donald Trump. If I can put my politics aside to prevent a President Trump, surely you can as well.

I’m watching you guys now. Bernie supporters screaming about TPP and emails. Screaming about the primaries. Booing Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Booing Bernie himself.

Have you lost your damn minds? All that stands between us and the Trump Dark Ages right now is Hillary Clinton.

My Party has failed me. My Party has failed the country.

Your Party is all that’s left.

You have one job. Get your act together.

Bernie surrenders. Finally. Sort Of.

Birdie Sanders

So, Bernie Sanders finally said he would vote for Hillary Clinton in November.

Speaking on MSNBC Friday morning, he was asked whether he planned to vote for Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, in the fall election.

“Yes. Yeah, I think the issue right here is, I’m going to do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump,” the Vermont senator said. “I think Trump, in so many ways, will be a disaster for this country if he were to be elected president.”

Source: USA Today

Now he didn’t “formally” suspend his campaign…but one would imagine that if he was still planning to be on the ballot in November that he would…you know…vote for himself.

Then again, like any duplicitous, commie jerk, he had this to say just about an hour later on CNN:

“In all likelihood, it will be Hillary Clinton,” Sanders told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day.”
Sanders said he was focused on his leverage over the Democratic party platform.

Source: CNN


(that’s me banging on my keyboard in frustation)

Oh and his rationale for not fully endorsing her, is basically that he plans to use his delegates to force the Democratic Party to cave in to his communist agenda. Could he be any MORE of a stereotypical “leftist” radical? What’s next, are his supporters going to conduct a sit-in during the convention like some college student hippies?

What’s that you say?

The Democrats just did that in the House of Representatives?

You guys really just make this harder for us every single day…

Finally, the mere fact he chooses to make this announcement on Brexit Day, when it will get the least amount of coverage, while being buried under European chaos, is the quintessential Bernie Sanders move.

As bad as Hillary is, at least we don’t have to cast our lot with this socialist idiot.

Because that would just be too bitter a pill to swallow.


Bernie’s done: So is that an endorsement or what is it?

Time to go to bed, Bernie.

Time to go to bed, Bernie.

The campaign is over. Sanders is saying he’s going to work with Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.


“But defeating Donald Trump cannot be our only goal. We must continue our grassroots efforts to create the America that we know we can become,” Sanders said in remarks prepared for delivery. “And we must take that energy into the Democratic National Convention on July 25 in Philadelphia. where we will have more than 1,900 delegates.”

Source: Associated Press

Even when this commie concedes he still can’t do it right.

Just proves that old Republican maxim: “Never trust a Socialist.”

Seriously Bernie, just go to bed already. You’re yesterday’s news. Accept it. We’re endorsing Hillary for the good of the country, why can’t you?

Screw you West Virginia

Sanders wins West Virginia

Bernie won.

Hillary lost.

Trump got 72% of the vote.

Not a good night for our team.

On the other hand, Hillary won West Virginia by 40 points in 2008 and still lost to Obama in the primary. So whatever.

Worst. Election. Ever.

You are not alone

Therapy via Email

Archives of Sadness

Warning: count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/ctcmed5/public_html/ on line 186

Get involved. It will help ease the pain to be amongst others like you.