Disruption for the Dems

I think it’s fantastic to see reports of “Dems in disarray at their yearly meeting.” Sorry for using the obnoxious marketing terminology but if ever a party needed an instance of creative disruption, it’s this one. 

A party that’s had nothing but a string of defeats for years has little to lose and everything to gain from some good, rejuvenating chaos. I haven’t felt this hopeful about Democrats in a while. 

6 thoughts on “Disruption for the Dems

  1. This is largely a ceremonial position. It would be so trivial to just let Ellison take the job, as a sop to the Sanders faction. But no, the dem leaders hate this group more than they hate republicans. They’d rather lose with a clinton-clone centrist than win with anyone who does class politics.

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  2. Noted bigot Alan Dershowitz has promised to leave the Democratic party if Ellison wins. That’s the cherry on top.

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      1. He’s an effete Harvard Law School graduate with very limited experience in retail politics. I’m sure he’ll craft a few white papers that’ll make the crowds go wild!

        Related: why are consultants and lobbyists voting members in these party elections? They’d naturally want to preserve the status quo.

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