Snatching Defeat

(H/T Scissorhead Dennis Cole)

This cannot be real:

Tim Ryan? The guy who lost to The Hillbilly Effigy? The genius that ran AGAINST his own party? That guy is being proposed to lead the DCCC?

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7 Responses to Snatching Defeat

  1. Who better to lose in 2024?

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    These jabronis make it really, really, really hard to be a Democrat; the only thing worse would be to be anything else.

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  3. MinuteMan says:

    The genius that ran AGAINST his own party?

    That is the implicit “Centrist Democrat” approach to the party as a whole. Apparently the establishment has just decided to drop the pretense—sort of like how the GOPers are saying the quiet parts in public.

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  4. Oneofthebobs says:

    This is why I can’t be a Democrat. I vote for them because there is nothing better; not because they are the best.

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  5. Olaugh says:

    And the DCCC wonders why I never donate.

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  6. ali redford says:

    I’d like to speak to this to say that the DCCC (and DSCC and DNC) aren’t all that; if there’s a US Rep (or Senate or other office) candidate you want to support, go directly to the campaign. And, of course, vote.

    The DCCC ticked me off years ago when Drew Lieberman patted me on the head virtually and told me to go to work for the guy whose campaign I’d written about, for some support of some sort (to get our then awful/now not as bad Republican rep unseated.) He arrogantly said that and that they weren’t getting into that race. It would have made a difference, as my candidate and the incumbent were mere single digits apart in polls (more dependable back then.) We were a working (now retired) couple, and it was so much easier to help good campaigns when I stopped supporting the party fundraising mechanisms.

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  7. osirisopto says:

    Oh, it’s from BirdChan.

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