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In a shrill and ill-advised spasm of audaciousness born of desperation, Democratic politicians and their enablers in the press have apparently decided to try to demonize untold millions of voters as they attempt to invigorate their demoralized base. You see the stories: those scary, extremist tea partiers are taking over the GOP! And that strategy could become a central part of the remaining campaign.
Politics has always been a tough game, and it’s nothing more than business as usual when candidates call each other names and engage in over-the-top character assassination. However, I can’t remember a time when there’s been such a coordinated effort to marginalize and impugn the motives of so many of this nation’s citizens.
I’m not sure how they plan to balance their oft-heralded concerns for the middle class with their attempts to paint so many of its members as ignorant racists, but it’ll be fun to see them try. Then, in a breathtaking display of obtuseness, they can express their post-election puzzlement over why these same voters have deserted them.
The Left seems to be doing its best to turn the upcoming wave into a tsunami.
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