“He’s in trouble, in that campaign managers, candidates, are really angry with him. He has raised $74 million and spent $64 million. He says it’s a long-term strategy. But what he has spent it on, apparently, is just hiring a bunch of staff people to wander around Utah and Mississippi and pick their nose. That’s not how you build a party. You win elections. That’s how you build a party.”
Right you are, Paul. And how good have the Democrats been at winning elections, since, say, 1992? OK, I’ll give you 1996, with a strong economy, Ross Perot Redux and Gingrich with foam on his mouth. Anything else?
Well, why not try something new?