Can democrats save their party ?

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    The better question would be, "Do Democrats have any sanity?"
     
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    Can democrats save their party ?

    That would require them having some common sense. Of which I see no evidence of.
     
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    They're gonna have to purge their radical, socialist yearning progressives if they want to stay in contention.
     
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    Considering they are in denial about the fact that it needs saving, no i dont think they can.
     
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    White women have about 0.6 children per women.
    Black women about 0.8 children per women.
    Hispanic women about 1.2 children per woman.

    The Republican Party is 90% white.

    Do these people look like the "future"?

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    They don't look like they "have" a future. They look like they are going to die in the near future.
     
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    The Dems need to grow a backbone...

    They need to stand up for what they believe in and stop letting the Republicans define the agenda
     
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    It's much more difficult than it seems because the Democratic party is a party of coalitions and coalition building is difficult.
     
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    Are you kidding????


    This is exactly the attitude that gives me hope....



    unless the election gets rigged AGAIN! (& NO, I'm not talking about 2000 either :eusa_whistle: )
     
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    Which is part of the reason it no longer represents the priorities of so many of it's members. If you try and please to many people you end up pissing them all off.
     

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