Tomorrow is the mid-term election in America. And two years ago, I took a vow.
Some people who come here are not left-wing in their outlook. I don't care. I'm not going to take a second to disparage the right. I'm only going to say that whatever the outcome of the election, whatever number of people come out and vote, nothing is going to change in America by way of the Democratic party.
And to support that statement, I draw the reader's attention to this argument:
This whole situation is the Democrats' fault ... and has been going all the way back to Lyndon B. Johnson, who was more concerned about popular opinion than he was about how well the Vietnam War was going.
At a time when the Democrats should be going for the knees, their only functional strategy with these mid-terms has been to encourage people to vote. As though that were a strategy. It wasn't. If you think that the Democrats winning anything tomorrow is going to count in the long run, you're just not getting it.
You're just not.