Whining is what those that "feel" do. Forever. They never offer anything of substance whatsoever.
Charles Blow made some political observations in his New York Times column Saturday that are destined to anger many of his left-leaning readers.
Just imagine how the average New York Democrat is going to respond to being told the future of his Party is being jeopardized by the fact that "Too many liberals just want to whine.
Now there are twice as many liberal Democrats as conservative ones.
Long-term, that may be fine, as demographics work in the Democrats’ favor. But, near-term, this could prove problematic as Republicans and independents grow ever more conservative, and liberals remain by far the smallest ideological group. For one thing, liberalism remains a coastal condition that leaves out much of middle America, especially the South. For instance, although 40 percent of Texans leaned Democratic in 2009, just 17 percent identified themselves as liberals in a February Gallup poll. And, in fact, the November elections wiped out almost all southern Democratic congressmen. Unless the Democrats want to cede the South, they will have to maintain space for moderate and conservative views.
Indeed. Compounding matters is Republican victories this past November in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. If Democrats have difficulty in those states in 2012 as well as the entire South, retaining the Senate and the White House seems almost impossible. [...] go read the rest at newsbusters
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