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From Watergate to Fumigate – Benefits of an Obama loss

Posted on: October 7, 2008

The  Democratic primary season left many voters with a bad taste.  Millions of the party faithful couldn’t bring themselves to fall in behind the party’s presumptive nominiee in May. They rallied and petitioned for counting of all votes, pleaded for investigation of caucus fraud and thuggish behavior and intimidation that occurred in some places. They showed up at the DNC/RBC meeting and sought to include 3 millions votes cast in FL/MI. Then they organized and rallied to place the name of their dear, brilliant candidate Hillary in nomination, even to draft her to run as an independent or insurgent candidate at Denver.  Well all that history behind us, the pumas born into a hundred different prides, each branching off in a different direction, a new dilemma faces many: how to vote this November. Can a life-long Democrat dare vote for McCain?

This hell of a nettlesome quandary is now addressed by a die-hard Hillary supporter in a new blog post. Even the title of the post is pretty dramatic, and the post itself is being widely celebrated across the pumasphere.  The blog is Tom in Paine  and the post is titled:

HOW DEMOCRATS CAN DEFEAT OBAMA, SEE McCAIN WIN, STILL GET EVERYTHING THEY WANT AND RESPECT THEMSELVES IN THE MORNING.

the guilty pleasure of having Obama lose and cheating on the cheater is too good to resist.

The truth is, there are more good reasons to defeat Obama and the Obamacrats than to elect him, even for the staunchest of Democrats.

Obama has no integrity and as far as we can see from his past, never did..

Yes McCain has agreed with Bush on a lot of things but Obama has actually agreed with Bush on more and based on his public pronouncements, its Obama that sounds more like a Bush 3rd term than McCain.

McCain on the other hand has broken with Republicans when his conscience told him to … incurred the wrath of many in his party with the McCain Feingold bill in which McCain joined forces with one of the Senates most liberal Democrats to pass campaign finance reform. And sticking to that philosophy is campaigning using public financing, while Obama who pledged to use public financing reneged on it as soon as he became the nominee..

Like it or not, the record shows McCain is the real reformer and the real deal, while Obama is what most of the 18 million Democrats who voted against him know him to be — a snake oil salesman who has managed to bamboozle a lot of dumb, and impressionable people hanging out and the Democratic Mr. Goodbar, especially the dumb media blonds like Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews and almost everyone at Newsweek, the NY times and CNN who he has eating out of hand.

Obama is the nominee because of a dishonest primary .. Dean, Pelosi, Brazile, Fowler and every member of the DNC who engineered and went along with fixing the process needs to go. … And the only way that can happen is with an Obama loss. And the bigger the better.

Twenty-five years ago the Republican Party got through Watergate. This year the Democratic Party has to go through Fumigate and it can start with a big Obama loss. And on the morning of November 5th, with a McCain victory, the majority of Democrats can wake up, open the windows and let in the fresh air. And they can feel good about the night before and McCain winning. Even if its only a one night stand.

(Emphasis added)

This is a brilliant and clarion call of exhortation. It speaks to distressed Democrats across the idealogical spectrum, PUMAs and assorted Nobamists. It’s genius is the emphasis on how to feel good in the morning after the election. The poster is Marc Rubin, a co-founder of  The Denver Group.

Some useful links:

Caucus Fraud

Heidi Li’s Potpurri

Democrats for Priciple Before Party

PUMA Pac

Just Say No Deal

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