There’s so much for Democrats to learn about why they have lost 900 seats at the state and federal level in the last eight years–you could literally fill a book with the knowledge. They need to know why Republicans control both houses of Congress, the White House, and either the governorship or legislature in 44 states.
Fortunately, there is an Amazon best-selling book to help the Democrats learn why they can’t run a two-car funeral. You should buy it and send one to every Democrat representing your state in Congress. Even if your district is Republican, find a Democrat and send them this book.
Even die-hard Bernie-supporting leftists like Shaun King have chipped in on why the Democrats are clueless as to their own unpopularity. However, the leftists think that the Democrats are weak or non-existent on message. That’s just not true.
The Democrats are very clear in their message. It’s a message of permanent victimhood, apology, racial division and neo-segregation, and bowing before global threats to civilization.
Since Democrats face a wall of cognitive dissonance and confusion, it took an outsider like Daily Wire managing editor Michael J. Knowles to show them their path forward. It’s a path full of potential and possibility.
The Washington Post published positively gushing praise from reviewers:
“If Democrats copied and pasted the contents of this book into their national platform they could become unstoppable,” read one user review. “Exhaustive, yet concise, treatment of the reasons to vote for Democrats. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it as a teaching tool for any potential voter. This book is truly unparalleled,” read another.
“Riveting from cover to cover,” read a third.
It’s 260-possibility-infused pages on relevant topics like foreign policy, civil rights and homeland security. And every page is loaded to the brim with reasons to vote for Democrats.
In fact, that’s what Knowles titled the book, “A comprehensive guide” is the subtitle.
And the book is completely, totally, blank.
There are no reasons to vote for Democrats. The only reason Hillary Clinton got more votes than President Donald Trump is because Trump is the worst possible candidate the GOP could have run (excepting John Kasich). This is why the DNC and Clinton campaigns worked so hard to get Trump nominated.
And Clinton’s edge in votes came from California alone. Many urban Californians would vote for a Rhesus macaque if it had a “D” by its name on the ballot. Clinton had to engineer her own nomination over the crazy-haired septuagenarian who was more popular, more dynamic, and more youthful than she. (It’s ironic that Hillary would have lost to either crazy-haired septuagenarian without the use of super-delegates, isn’t it?)
The only reason Hillary gave to vote for her is because she’s a her. That’s it. She could have run as the Party of Clinton and she’d have gotten the same number of votes. Running as a Democrat is a liability for practically any candidate where it’s not socially unacceptable to be even a moderate conservative (e.g. San Francisco Bay area, Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Portland, Seattle, and certain parts of Austin).
Everywhere else, Democrats lose. The places where they win are places where voters decide with their emotions, their bleeding hearts, and their government entitlements. In objective policies, there are no reasons to vote for Democrats.
For the same reason protective tariffs are bad for American trade (look at the Chicken Tax and pickup trucks as an example), having one political party totally bereft of useful ideas is bad for American politics. Every Democrat in Congress should get a copy of Knowles’ book, so they can begin filling the pages with something other than victimhood, entitlements, and division.
If only Republicans have ideas, then eventually, Republicans won’t be challenged anymore and will fall into the same Hollywood-like recycle bin the Democrats fell into a few decades ago. But we can prevent that.
Please, help the Democrats, for the sake of (small “d”) democracy. Buy this book and send it to a Democrat in Congress. You’ll be glad you did.