With what looks like tidal waves coming in November, sweeping the Democrats out of office, one has to ask, does the party have a future? The post Depression coalition of union workers, blacks, minorities and urban dwellers seems to be breaking down. The Left, mostly upscale whites on the coasts, are unhappy with Obama for not delivering on the agenda they thought he would. He was too conservative. The unions are unhappy because he has not delivered on card check, one of their last best hopes. Southern moderates (so called bluedogs) are unhappy because their bribed and cajoled support for healthcare will mean many of them will lose the election. Others who opposed the leadership will continue to do so. For them, Obama was too liberal. The Dems also took power by forging new coalitions in the South and Midwest with pro gun and anti abortion people by promising to take those off the table as issues. Now there is nothing preventing the party from going back. Indeed, there was mumbling about more aggressive pro abortion stances recently. This will alienate the new Democrat affiliates that brought them to power. So after this election, what's next? The Democrats ran in '06 on stopping the war, making the economy better and improving ethics in Congress. They failed utterly on all three counts. Unqualified to govern, is their only role that of loyal opposition?