Dear Readers: My good friend, Beers with Demo, often ends the week with a musical homage. After the primary victories that have lead to some exciting races to watch, including the CALIFORNIA, DELAWARE, AND NEVADA Senate Races, I will offer this musical classic from Kool and the Gang:
Sadly, there is one lady still can’t get excited about — GOP gubernatorial hopeful Meg Whitman. I have heard from some of my friends that Whitman is trying to woo Tea Party citizen activists with canned and controlled pow-wows that do nothing to generate grassroots enthusiasm. I must admit that as a Californian, I appreciate her attempts to single-handedly stimulate the California economy with record campaign spending. However, the real source of continued prosperity for California is business enterprises. As she seems to relish mentioning Ebay often during her campaign, perhaps she has a “plan” to bring back Ebay for California — the company has now joined many other relocated enterprises that have fled our state. Ebay has just moved to Utah, which has a healthier economic climate that promotes free market success (read – Ebay, Adobe, EA Games Leaving California For Utah Over Confiscatory Tax Rate).
As bad as Meg is, Jerry Brown is worse. I saw his first TV ad last night. Only two words describe it: EPIC FAIL! Speaking of Epic Fail, how about that new Democratic Logo!. It turns out that it looks as if the Obama Administration DOES have something in common with the more successful Clinton administration — their key people like pizza. The new Dem logo is quite similar to the Dewey Pizza logo!
HillBuzz has a wonderful take on it: We also love that many people seem to — SERIOUSLY — be asking if this site, http://www.Democrats.org, is really a parody site run by the GOP. It seems the Democratic Party site is getting smeared by party-faithful, because they think it is an Onion-like parody site. LOL!
The graphics wizards of HillBuzz also have the best explanation for the true origin of the new Democratic Party Logo:
Some of you may be wondering what I, as a Democrat, feel about the logo. There is only one response: