The TNDP is Breaking My Heart

1. Don’t advertise conservative cultural movements for them.

2. Don’t spend money that should be going to recruiting and promoting candidates on making fun of Sarah Palin.

2a. If you have a good idea for how to make fun of Sarah Palin, pass it along to some bloggers with whom you’ve fostered an amicable relationship and let the bloggers do it while you stick to recruiting and promoting candidates.

2b. Oh, that’s right. You haven’t fostered amicable relationships with bloggers.

3. Don’t rub it in the faces of candidates you don’t support that you’re willing to spend time, money, and energy on crap that will do nothing to recruit and promote candidates.

That is all.

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8 thoughts on “The TNDP is Breaking My Heart

  1. The best thing the TNDP could have done was pretend, on the surface, that this dog and pony show wasn’t happening in their own backyard. Especially now that the teabaggers are realizing that this convention is hijacking their movement. All this will do is help realign those who were put off by the $1000-a-head pricetag with the GOP.

  2. I hate to say it, but I was right (correct) that the change in leadership at the TNDP wasn’t going to do a damn thing about changing how the party was ran in this state, or which candidates they would back.

    The best this crowd can come up with is to lower themselves to the teabaggers’ level. How fucking sad is that?

    Plus ça change plus c’est la même chose.

  3. Of course, @Andy, but I figured that perhaps someone in the GOP has finally realized that the only thing that demoralizes the Democratic base in Tennessee MORE than the national party’s impotence is the way the TNDP so repeatedly shows itself to be CLUELESS, so maybe it’s a hoax.

  4. Well, if it’s a hoax, it’s a good one, because it means they’ve managed to hack the TNDP email list in order to inform people of it.

  5. Ah. Well, that settles it then. It should be fairly easy to put together a state-wide political party, yes? Who’s free this Sunday?

  6. I was right (correct) that the change in leadership at the TNDP wasn’t going to do a damn thing about changing how the party was ran in this state, or which candidates they would back.

    Easy call. Forrester was a change in state party leadership in name only. He was a Ned Ray staffer, a Democratic primary candidate in 1992, and he was Senator Gore’s state director. How many ways can you say “insider?”

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