Democrat strategist and uber Leftist Paul Begala is among the group of butt-hurt losers who doesn’t want to admit Democrats lost.
That’s Step Two in the twelve step program: admit the truth. This is preceded by, “I am Paul, a Democrat, ergo a brain-dead zombie.”
Leftists in unison: Hi Paul!
Apparently Paul Begala needs a lesson in the Constitution, as he Tweet suggests:
Should the loser of the popular vote be entitled to fill a stolen Supreme Court seat? https://t.co/VXYCtp02B7
— Paul Begala (@PaulBegala) February 1, 2017
The Twitter world was quick to respond:
Yes, it really IS that easy, Paul!
Then there was this response, invoking that pesky old Electoral College “thingy.”
— Philip Labonte (@philthatremains) February 1, 2017
Paul Begala represents all Democrat snakes, and here are just samplings of his work.
“Voters do not give a shit. They do not even give a fart… Find me one persuadable voter who agrees with HRC on the issues but will vote against her because she has a non-archival-compliant email system and I’ll kiss your ass in Macy’s window and say it smells like roses.”
—Clinton enabler/mouthpiece/consultant Paul Begala, quoted in Politico’s essay by Gabriel Debendetti
Begala is dementedly anti-Conservative, anti-Republican, which makes him as warped as a person can be. In this article, Begala begins by describing his idea of nirvana.
All of us have our own private dreams of nirvana. My utopia involves a Willie Nelson concert with free beer and plentiful bathrooms. You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. All across America, political activists in both parties are assembling their own fantasylands; they draw the contours of their earthly paradise in their party platforms.
Begala describes Texas Republicans (Texas is his home state apparently, thus the affinity) as such.
Predictably, Texas Republicans want a land without Social Security, without the United Nations, and without President Obama. But the 23-page platform has some truly random gems, like opposing the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was negotiated and adopted under the presidencies of those dangerous radicals, Reagan and Bush. They oppose implanting a radio chip in your body. (Radio chips bad; tortilla chips good.)
On the economy, the Texans proudly quote at great length from the GOP’s national platform—from 1932. I kid you not. These folks pine for the policies of Herbert Hoover. They want to repeal the minimum wage, abolish the Federal Reserve, and return to the gold standard. By next year they’ll be calling for a return to wampum and barter.
He then goes on to explain why he hates Republicans, and essentially why we won’t win elections.
I must admit I found the GOP platforms more entertaining. But then again I like Stephen King novels, too. The difference is Mr. King doesn’t try to enact his fevered fantasies into law.
And here we are Paul Begala. Following that pesky law of the land called the Constitution.