Stupidest statement of the evening
David Gergen, who is consistently the shittiest of all the shitty assholes who spew putrid fecal matter all over the television screen, just outshat himself, which I really didn't think possible.
Supreme Anus Gergen shat the following: "The Republicans lost tonight because they didn't keep up with the way America looks. Republicans still look the way America looked 40 years ago."
Obviously he was shitting about the matter of race. Obviously he means that America is more black now than it was 40 years ago, and that it's the job of a party to reflect the color palette of the population.
His first assumption is simply false. Actually the percent of blacks is slightly lower
now than 40 years ago, because of the vast increase of illegal Mexican immigrants encouraged by Republicans.
The second part of Supreme Rectum Gergen's assumption is invalid in a more subtle and more vital way.
Race is the only thing that matters to left-wing media assholes* like Gergen, just as Zero Zip Nada Taxes is the only thing that matters to right-wing media assholes like Rush. To normal Americans, what matters most is the ability to raise a normal family. And when it comes to family, McCain is the modern one and Obama is the old-fashioned one.
McCain abandoned his first wife when she needed him most, and married a super-rich trophy. As far as I can tell, Obama is solidly and happily married and genuinely enjoys his wife and kids. On this important question, McCain looks like 2008 America, which is a picture most Americans would like to discard. Obama looks like 1958 America (e.g. Ozzie and Harriet) which is a picture most Americans would like to bring back.
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* Footnote: One of the major left-wing assholes has actually departed from the pattern and spoken the truth. In the last few weeks, Chris Matthews has been emphasizing the importance of normal families. More amazingly, he's been stating the problem in an anti-feminist
way: Men want and need to provide for their wives and children. If we want our country to advance, we must find ways to employ lower-educated and lower-intelligence men, so that they can have normal families. This is one of Polistra's main themes,
and it's encouraging to hear it spoken in such a clear and unambiguous way.