It is with great pomp and circumstance that we announce the Headline Politics Democrat Turkey Awards (DTAs) – in which we reward those outstanding Democrats who contributed most to their party’s losing efforts in this past election age of empires 4 kostenlos downloaden vollversion.
It is an annual tradition here at Headline Politics, and by annual I mean this is the first time we’ve ever done this kindle books from abroad. And there’s no guarantee we do it again next year. But aside from that, it’s totally an annual tradition.
All winners will receive a non-personal thank you and a free one-year membership to our website biene maja video download kostenlos. Which of course, is already free. It’s not about the monetary value, but the prestige that goes along with winning such an award.
So without further ado, here are our five DTA recipients …
Serving as House Majority Leader, Nancy Pelosi was the face attached to two consecutive historic defeats in the midterm elections e ticket downloaden. Criticism, which Pelosi quickly labeled sexist, was directed at leadership in the House. One Democrat, who is apparently a sexist woman, said there was a “lack of a coherent and compelling message” emanating from Pelosi’s position 3ds spiele gratis herunterladen.
MSNBC commentator Chuck Todd blamed Reid and “how he ran the U.S bilder aus icloud auf iphone herunterladen. Senate” for some big losses suffered by Democrats on Election Day. Reid was primarily responsible for gridlock in Washington during President Obama’s tenure connectify me kostenlos herunterladen. Todd referred to it as “protect(ing) all these guys from taking tough votes.”
Reid failed to vote on dozens of job bills that had the potential to “create over a million new jobs, help families and small businesses by lowering gasoline and electricity prices, reduce our Nation’s dependence on foreign oil, and lower our national debt by generating over a billion dollars in new revenue.”
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Liberals Who Get Their News From Jon Stewart
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Politico referred to Bill and Hillary Clinton as “the most sought-after surrogates on the campaign trail this cycle. So what did their support get vulnerable Democrat candidates? Massive losses.
32 candidates backed by Bill or Hillary lost on Election Day. Senator Rand Paul tweeted outphotos of the losing Democrats campaigning with Hillary, which made for a busy night on Twitter. He would also state that “Somebody should ask Hillary Democrats why they got wiped out tonight.”
Obama absolutely murdered any Democrat candidate’s chances of winning re-electionwhen he proclaimed that his “policies are on the ballot … every single one of them.”
With a President whose overall approval rating had been steadily tanking for some time, and a man who had been in the negative regarding nearly every major policy platform, Democrats must have immediately slammed their head on the desk upon hearing those words.
Obama himself acknowledged that he was responsible for massive losses in the election.
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We hope you enjoyed the Headline Politics Democrat Turkey Awards (DTAs). And remember, even though all winners have to go through two years knowing they helped bring down the Democrat party, they still get to go home with a completely fake golden turkey award. Something to tell the grand kids about someday.
Congratulations to all our winners! Here’s hoping Democrats will continue to work hard letting Americans know how bad their policies are – economic and social, domestic and foreign – just by being themselves.
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