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Thursday: What we’re up against because the “Creative Class” just *had* to have its way (via The Confluence)

My kids are in that generation you speak of RD. (Son is 13 and daughter is 12) What sort of future do these kids have…the outlook is so depressing. I have said this before, a couple of months ago my daughter had a classmate who was killed in a car accident. At the funeral I saw over 90 kids walking behind that coffin up the hill to the grave site. These kids were 12 to 14 years old, and seeing that mass of youth…with their heads down looking so sad and defeated, made me think about just how dire the future is for them.
I wish that the “creative class” would get their heads out of their asses and realize what they have done to the working class. Yes, I would say the Dems really need to find a way to kick Obama out and bring in Hillary in 2012. But I honestly do not see that happening. To me 2016 is the next time she will have a real shot at running. (All those CDS assholes will be sure to do anything and everything to see that she is not supported by the Dem party in 2012.)
And you are right, I do feel like I am being held hostage by the Elite that run the party. Damn it, I am so frustrated and I know that I am not the only one out there who feels this way. It is just so exhausting, I am tired of feeling this way. I was truly hoping that the party would get the picture after these mid-terms. The fact that the don’t really gives me the sense of drowning. I have to come to the realization that these snobs will never represent me or support the people who need and really are the Democratic Party.

Thursday: What we're up against because the "Creative Class" just *had* to have its way Oh, how bittersweet to know what's coming but unable to knock any sense at all into the children who got us into this mess. I noticed yesterday that they seemed unusually quiet.  Well, except for the gits at the Big Cheeto who seem determined to blame all of this on the hicks in the sticks. No, don't blame it on an increase in the number of indies going Republican.  The problem is a good chunk of your own team didn't bother to show up.  It's that … Read More

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