The Collapse of the Democrat Party One Fail at a Time: John Kerry pays for broadside insulting his constituency

By Sam Foster

I’ve already begun detailing the unraveling of the Democrat Party; yes, they’ve started to realize it 16 months late. This will be the first in a whole series of posts leading up to the election on Tuesday. My plan is to point out the various Democrat fails from the leftist politicos as that stinging reality of their collapse hits them.

Some examples so far include:

Joe Sestak’s dog crap ad: Because nothing says “leave the future of this state in these hands” like an ad that screams “these hands are holding dog crap!”

Robert Reich’s self-defeating article about how Tea Parties are bad, because they are not corporation friendly.

Democrat Scott Murphy recently released an attack ad against challenger Chris Gibson. Because nothing says “I’ve worked hard for NY-20 jobs” like an ad with your opponent riding a crocodile. Murphy just found out that he went from leading 17 points to down by 9!

JWF has uncovered another great moment in Democrat fail. In frustration over his parties near certain collapse, John Kerry paid for a broadside to mock his constituency, calling them “know-nothings.”

Quote John Kerry:

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds," said a clearly exasperated Kerry. "We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don't weigh in. It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."

That a-boy John! Insult the voters. That’s the way to get votes and save your Party.


  1. Lurch has always had "the knack" for insulting people.

  2. John Kerry and the rest of the liberal political class are absolutely correct. Clearly I am angry and not thinking clearly.

    Even if I wasn't angry my degree from a lowly state university, rather than an ivy league school, disqualifies me from having an opinion. What the hell am I doing even voting. I need to learn to shut up and to stop resisting. Life would be so much easier this way.

  3. Cheap seats? Lowest common denominator?

    So says the C student.


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