Democrat Convention Tells Us That Democrats Know They’re Losing
I watched a little bit of this last night, folks, it’s the job. This I couldn’t farm out to anybody. And I was stunned. I was stunned. There were two conventions. The two hours before the big network cameras started showing things it was the Democrat Party we know. It was pedal to the metal abortion. Auto bailout. It was Republicans are Nazis, all that stuff. Starting about 9 p.m., they started lying, and nothing that was said after 9 p.m., I don’t think anybody believed. I don’t care who the speaker was. I don’t think they believed a word of what was said from 9 p.m. on.
Now, before 9 p.m., late yesterday afternoon it was discovered, a DNC video, the government is the only thing we all belong to. That’s the Democrat Party we know. What I want to know is where was the testimony for the 99 weeks of unemployment that they’re responsible for? Where was the promise for 99 more weeks? Where was the promise of additional entitlements? Where was the promise that the government’s going to take care of you even more regardless the shape of the economy? Where was the pride? Where was the attempt to take credit for all the people on food stamps? The things the Democrats are truly proud of they hid last night when the cameras were on, when everybody was paying attention. I don’t know what the numbers were. I don’t know what the ratings are.
You know, those Castro brothers. I thought when this guy, Julian Castro, started talking about Democrats lifting themselves up by the bootstraps I thought somebody might grab a hook and yank that guy off the stage. What in the world is he talking about? Self-reliance? Then he tried to pass it off, “Well, we in Texas are about the only ones that have bootstraps anymore.” So he tried to cover it. But there were a number of instances like that that had me scratching my head. But they’ve learned. Everybody talks about the most often used word last night was “Barack.” Maybe it was. But the second-most often used word, after ‘I” and “me,” was “values.” They kept talking about their values and everybody else’s values and American values and so forth. Things they never talk about.