Dean(DNC)+ BLOGNuts(Netroots Dinos) <= Winning

This formula does not compute well for the Democratic Party:

Dean(DNC)+ BLOGNuts(Netroots Dinos) <= Winning Strategy / Winning DNA for House/Senate in 2006 & Presidency in 2008

Dean will not be a cohesive force in helping foster a more successful Democratic Party. His DNA brand of DeanNA does not equal a good political combination.

In other words, his political Voodoo DNA ain't going to help father and nuture winning Democratic Candidates.

This formula does not compute well for the Democratic Party:

Dean(DNC)+ BLOGNuts(Netroots Dinos) <= Winning Strategy / Winning DNA for House/Senate in 2006 & Presidency in 2008

Dean will not be a cohesive force in helping foster a more successful Democratic Party. His DNA brand of DeanNA does not equal a good political combination.

In other words, his political Voodoo DNA ain't going to help father and nuture winning Democratic Candidates.

Howard's psychological profile shows implosion is just a scram away. Sure, "He hates Republicans" ... but I believe he hates himself even more and the politically / economically powerless (correlates with heavy Blogging)are following Dean down a sad track where there will be a Democratic Party Trainwreck with HD at the controls.

Here's what I think will happen with Dean at the DNC:

* White male voters in the South will continue their exodus to the Republicans as they have done so ever since LBJ helped get the Civil Rights bill passed. Their DixieLike perception of the Democratic Party with HD as the titular head will just reinforce the notion that the Republican Party as the White Peoples Party & the Anti Gay Party. The Republican / Rove / Media complex will make this certain.

* Brown male and female voters in the Southwest will see that Dean & The Democratic Party are not the Party of God like the Republican Party is. These serious Catholics from south of the border sure ain't going to cotton to the Anti God / Anti Family values that they know have a perception that the Democratic Party is. Take a look at the 2004 Stats for Arizona and learn more.

* White male jewish cabal on Wall Street sure in the hell ain't going to be throwing money toward the Democrats with Howard Dean in there ... they percieve him as Anti-Establishment and the Republicans as the Party for the Establishment / the Party For Golf Club Goers / The party for the less than conservative "HAVE MORES" So that leaves Dean and the DNC to rely on the PiggyBank fundraising mentality of NetRooters with that clanging type of money instead of the folding money.

* All color white/female serious Church Goers are certainly not going to cotton to Dean and the Democrats who they see as the party of the faithless when they see the Republicans as the party of the faithful.

Democratic Dad
Father of a few Democratic Elite and Rearer of Fatass Republicans

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with all due respect
you need to get over yourself.  you are contributing nothing here but flames.  let me make this clear:

NOBODY HERE IS A DINO.

i'm really sick and tired of reading your anti-democratic rants.  

by annatopia 2005-02-02 03:45AM | 0 recs
Must hurt!
How long have you had your job in DC?

Do you still have it.  Will you be able to get a kstreet job or will you have to go back to your hometown?  What have you been drinking to soothe your wounds?  Are you at the TNR wake or the DLC wake?

I listen to a blind boys of Alabama record when I feel like this.   They really lift your spirits.

by noalternative 2005-02-02 03:55AM | 0 recs
What formula?
Shame on you for mixing alphanumerics like that.
by Vote Hillary 2008 2005-02-02 04:09AM | 0 recs
I hope you're wrong.
I don't want to address your issues point by point, but rather say that I'm sorry you think that Dean is destined to fail as DNC chair.  I'm hopeful and optimistic that he WILL succeed.  I urge you to give him a chance.  

It's hard when your guy does not win, so I can fully appreciate your frustration.  Let's try to avoid the circular firing squad for now.  

by weinerdog43 2005-02-02 04:31AM | 0 recs
Sour Grapes anyone?
All this is really interesting, except it has absolutely nothing to do with what the DNC actually does.
Dean has already shown himself to be a cohesive force, showing particular strength in Red States where DFA candidates ran better than Kerry during the election.  His plan to decentralize the DNC, may have not be God approved, but it does provide for paid staff to hired on the state level, plus the hiring of two field directors.   If one looks at his early endorsements, they came from southern and western states.  

Anyone at all familiar with State Party politics knows this represents a huge break through for local leaders who despair at the abandonment of the national party, and the inability to run campaigns for down ballot offices.  In concrete terms, we suffer from a dearth of candidates to move into statewide and federal offices....and there are areas where the Democratic Party is totally absent.

Ironically, in the Godstuff dept, Dean modeled his DFA plan on the Christian Coalition model which served as a nursery for far right candidates.  There has never been a strategy to counter this....and last year DFA, with the Dean Dozens, he was able to get elected, against any expectations, people who had never participated
in party politics before, least of all run for anything.

You know, I would respect the DLC a lot more if they could do something as basic as the most elementary oppo research on Dean, especially with regard to what he plans to do, rather than pull out an incoherent set of figures about moral values and Church attendance, and "Scram" cliches.  

Anyone who actually is familar with Dean...and his record, knows his appeal isn't ideologically based....his appeal is based on his ability to communicate Democratic values, make them attractive, and attract new people to the political process beyond merely voting.  

Please stop distorting Dean's record, stop sterotyping his supporters, and actually do some primary research which shows something tangiable besides a electronically distorted cheer at the Val-Aire ballroom.  It is the kind of easy snark which has nothing to do with Howard Dean, except the crowd of 3000 people cheering him forced him to strain his voice.  

Real Democrats in all areas of the country know and understand the appeal of Dean, and no amount of sour grapes on the part those who represent a historical legacy of failure in our party will change the reality of the crisis which has existed in our party since 2002.

Your order is rapidly fading...

by nanorich 2005-02-02 04:51AM | 0 recs
Your elevator is going down
Classic herd mentality and group think about how Dean is the second coming.

I doubt that you as a serious Dino ever have the ability to critically comment on the failings of Howard Dean or his failings to so far put foward a winning political strategy.

Howard Dean certainlly is the not the choice of a Middle American Democratic populice.

Your elevator is going down ... and soon there will be a sign on it that says Out Of Order for lack of upward movement.

Democratic Dad

PS: Your New Master Democratic Dad, HD, has not done so good with his son, Paul Dean, has he. Nor, has the New Master Democratic Husband, HD, with his wife Judith Steinberg. Guess she really hasn't endorsed him has she?

by Democratic Dad 2005-02-02 06:15AM | 0 recs
With all due respect....
which in your particular case seems to plump new depths of pettiness, shallowness and fact-free attacks...

but if you are going to insult somebody, please try harder to look smarter and wittier and less tiresome and willfully ignorant when you are doing it.

It might make up for your inability to frame a coherent argument, a readable paragraph, or express a coherent thought.

Stop embarrassing your children, why you are at it.

by nanorich 2005-02-02 06:27AM | 0 recs
Re: With all due respect....
The above is in response to an obnoxious post directed at me from the diarist who started this thread which since has been removed.

It doesn't take much of an imagination to sort out what he said...but let's just say, he exercised good judgement in removing it.

by nanorich 2005-02-02 06:35AM | 0 recs
i zeroed it out N/T
by annatopia 2005-02-02 06:40AM | 0 recs
Re: i zeroed it out N/T
then can you remove mine without effecting my ratings.

It makes no sense in the current context.

by nanorich 2005-02-02 06:43AM | 0 recs
actually...
i don't know if jerome has this site set up to do collective mojo.  i wouldn't want to zero out your comment if it effects your mojo.
by annatopia 2005-02-02 07:29AM | 0 recs

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