Here are some of my favorite parts:
I must confess a bit of fatigue and irritation with people who continue to carp, complain, and criticize the results of the primary and lay down conditions for their support.
Aw, sweetie, are our petty little concerns about the Obama/DNC Conglomerate rigging our primary election making you feel periodically down? It’s hard to imagine why Democrats would care about a fair and honest election, isn’t it? Poor thing. Do you need a Motrin?
While that last bit is hilarious in its petulance, this part is just irredeemably stupid.
The Los Angeles Lakers didn’t establish conditions to recognize the Boston Celtics as NBA Champions; Roger Federer did not demand concessions before recognizing that Rafael Nadal defeated him at Wimbledon.
Well, did the referees throw the games for those teams, or did they win according to the rules, honestly and fairly? Last time I checked, the Celtics didn’t have to steal points from the Lakers and claim 20 of their baskets “didn’t count” in order to become NBA Champs.
Jesus Christ, how willfully ignorant are these people?
It doesn’t take long for the claws to come out. Man, that must be one raging case of EDS (Electoral Dysfunction Syndrome)! Maybe some dark chocolate and a “Sex In the City” marathon would help?
It is time to act in a mature and resourceful fashion. It’s time to put the primaries behind us.
That’s right, we are immature and bitter and just need to GET OVER IT! Talk to the hands, you annoying PUMAs!
And now, for the pièce de résistance:
It’s time to support Barack Obama without conditions or demands.
Excuse me? This is not laughable, it’s downright scary. Do we ever support any politician without conditions or demands in this country? Does Barack Obama want to be a king or a president? What about the words “public servant” does he and his enablers misunderstand?
Look, it’s very simple. Neither Obama nor Clinton has won the nomination until August 28th. Clinton has suspended her campaign, and has not conceded. She has not released her delegates, so they are free to vote for her at the Convention. Let that happen, and accept the consequences of that vote, or the nominee will be selected, not elected.
If you want something from your voters, you don’t order them to do it. You ask them, and you recognize when they have legitimate grievances. Otherwise, you will lose them forever.
Are you listening, Party Leaders?
You are in danger of permanently alienating 18 million Democratic voters for the sake of an illegitimate, unqualified and unelectable nominee.
I don’t know what it will take to get this message across before the Convention, but judging from the flop sweat beginning to emanate from the DNC, we are starting to make headway. Keep it up, PUMAs everywhere!
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Party Unity, My Ass!