Dems lose on a champagne, caviar budget

One of the strangest, and funniest, things I witnessed was Van Jones prosecuting Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Never mind that 8 months later, Dems never had a real autopsy over the death of Hillary’s campaign.

He gave a speech in Chicago with just that subject on the docket.

The Hill — People’s Summit in Chicago.

“The Hillary Clinton campaign did not spend their money on white workers, and they did not spend it on people of color. They spent it on themselves,” Jones told a packed house at McCormick Place in Chicago. “They spent it on themselves, let’s be honest.”

“Let’s be honest,” Jones continued. “They took a billion dollars, a billion dollars, a billion dollars, and set it on fire, and called it a campaign!”

“That wasn’t a campaign. That’s not a campaign.”

Jones continued, attacking the Clinton campaign’s reliance on consultants and polling data that proved to be wrong.

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/337253-van-jones-rips-clinton-campaign-they-spent-money-on-themselves

It could be the case that she spent more money than anyone in history to not get elected.

Now, despite all the money flowing into the Georgia-6th District, once again their expensive scorched earth strategy ended in ashes, with Ossoff losing by 6 points.

It is not what pundits expected and it wasn’t what Ossoff hoped. And he was beat by a woman…with a real vagina rather than a Planned Parenthoody imposter.

Elections have consequences, for sure….. they empty bank accounts. So while Republicans want to Drain the Swamp, the Democrats just want to drain bank accounts.

Carter Carbon Tax

Top Fundraiser for Georgia Democratic Governor Nominee Wants Carbon Tax

Carbon tax ‘the only reasonable approach’

BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff
August 14, 2014 9:37 am

The top fundraiser for Jason Carter, Democratic nominee for governor of Georgia, championed a carbon tax to fight global warming on Tuesday, Red State reports.

Jason Carter’s top fundraiser is his grandfather, former President Jimmy Carter.

Jimmy Carter said during a climate change in Aspen, Colorado, that a carbon tax is “the only reasonable approach.” He also said “nutcases” who do not believe in global warming are the biggest handicap in the United States.

WFB