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Coffee Party Movement Grinds To Halt In Soy vs Lowfat Debate

Topics: Politics | Add A CommentBy admin | March 15, 2010

When I wrote about Why Democrats Always Lose & Why American Voters Need A Brand a while back, I was hoping for something a little more inspired than a choice loosely based on the title of a now painfully politically incorrect “tell all” book from the “swingin’ sixties”. Yes, the American liberal has once again [...]

When I wrote about Why Democrats Always Lose & Why American Voters Need A Brand a while back, I was hoping for something a little more inspired than a choice loosely based on the title of a now painfully politically incorrect “tell all” book from the “swingin’ sixties”. Yes, the American liberal has once again built failure into their plans for setting the country back on track by letting the Republicans frame the debate. Oh, you have a tea party? Well, we have a…a…a COFFEE party. So there. The Coffee Party’s ragtag collection of unofficial spokespeople claim that they really have many of the same values as the teabaggers, but just think we need more reasonable discourse. They then go on to ramble about complex social issues in an intelligent and articulate fashion using all sorts of four-syllable words. Which is what Democrats do well. Analyze and calmly complain about Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck while sipping green tea and listening to NPR. I mean, c’mon liberals, they ALREADY CO-OPTED YOUR PREFERRED BEVERAGE, for cryin’ out loud. No, I don’t think the Coffee Party Movement is going to be any great threat to the Republican party. The movement is almost certainly going to get bogged down early on in some kind of infighting about cappuccino vs latte, skim vs lowfat vs soy vs whole milk debate. For now, I’m sticking to my existing proposal for the American voter’s branding: