HOW DID THE DEMOCRATS GET SO MANY VOTES? | 2004-11-06
The Democrats made themselves the Party of Europe. Faced with a map of red and blue states, they nominated a liberal from Massachusetts. If there was anything the Democrats didn't do to lose the 2004 election, it isn't because they didn't try.
The question is not why the Democrats lost. The question is why the results were so close.
There is a very simple answer to that question: The minority vote.
Any Democrat presidential candidate starts out with two places in his pocket, Washington, D.C. and California. A brown skin is a Democrat vote.
No one is allowed to say that so bluntly. If you say a brown skin is a Democrat vote, you are called a "bigot."
But in every election the Democrat Party bets tens of millions of dollars on the fact that brown skin is a Democrat vote. "Getting out the minority vote" is a Democrat theme. That is not philanthropy, and nobody thinks it is.
The Democrats put their money where the "bigot's" mouth is.
And every year the publically-financed liberal seminaries we call colleges put out leftists.