The Democratic Party stands a good chance of not even winning one of the eight state elections being held tomorrow.
I sure hope I'm wrong, however.
My concern is the Dems have no core message. Hating Trump is not going to get them votes. Pretending their unified is a farce everyone can see through.
Watching the latest fireworks in the Democratic Party after former Party Chairman, Donna Brazile, accused the Clinton campaign of collusion with the DNC, reinforced how rudderless the party is.
That was like tearing off a scab for the Bernie Sanders supporters who are still feeling like he was robbed by the DNC's corrupt politics.
Tom Perez, current DNC party chairman, is living in a bubble when he claims the Dems are appealing to populist voters who want jobs and better working conditions.
It's just the opposite. In reality, the Dems have no strong leaders sending out a core message of unity and progressive agendas.
The Republicans have gotten a lot of negative press, and rightly so, about being a fractured party. Especially since they're in power and haven't passed any major legislation.
But the Democrats haven't begun to take advantage of the "do-nothing" Congress or a nationally unpopular president.
It's like watching a close baseball game. The team behind by one run in the 9th inning strands two men on base after three strikeouts.
As long as there's a "Berniecrat" and Clinton wing in the DNC, the Democratic Party will flounder around in it's own shit.
The Republicans,even though they're divided, are still in the "cat bird" seat.
Time for me to walk on down the road...