NEW YORK: Panic-stricken, screaming crowds are fleeing knots of giant, merciless, bus-flinging pundits in the wake of Tuesday’s Republican Congressional landslide. Bonneted Mothers wearing pleated dresses madly push strollers filled with wailing babies. Some women, also adhering to an unspoken dress code mandating impractical attire, have tripped over sidewalk cracks and sit there, shrieking, apparently unable to walk in the face of the on-coming monsters.
The pundits spread gloom and doom by sounding the death knell of the Democratic Party and the Obama administration. These same behemoths invaded the city two years ago and pronounced Republican calamity: The GOP was too right-wing, too dominated by whites and unable to adjust itself to a society of altered values, demographics, and age groups. “The Republicans will become irrelevant unless they get moderate,” say many.
Shift a few words and we’ve got mirror statements today: Roosevelt’s heirs are too left-wing and too dominated by big government theorists to adjust themselves to a society with traditional values and demographics. “The Democrats will become irrelevant unless they get moderate,” say many.
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