Democratic Party can use election as lesson
In an effort to discover and/or rationalize the election results, the political analysts and professional politicians are really scrambling.
A Democratic state committee member is quoted as saying that those who voted for Trump were persons who were “down and out” and have a tendency to put their hopes and dreams above their reason.
The people that I know who voted for Trump were neither down and out nor acting without reason.
If the Democratic Party insists that the rejection of Clinton was without reason, their arrogance is frightening.
Robert K. Smith