Humorist Will Rogers famously said, “I’m not a member of any organized political party. I am a Democrat.” That quote may have never been more apropos than in the discussion of the current state of the Alabama Democratic Party. To review: the state Chair and […]
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Political leanings in this state and all across the country are akin to birds atop an electrical wire – they all pile atop one another, close to the center, and chirp away with songs that only vary from one another by one or two notes, […]
In an unprecedented rebuke of the current leadership of the Alabama Democratic Party, the DNC voted unanimously last week to strip ADP Chair Nancy Worley and ADP Vice-Chair Randy Kelley of their DNC credentials.
It’s time for you to step down. It’s time for you to let someone else lead the party. Under your tenure, no one knows the party message, candidates aren’t supported or recruited, and you’ve left nothing but a trail of embarrassing media gaffes.
Regardless of partisan affiliation, Alabama voters have got to abstain from their toxic addiction to identity politics and work together to address the real problems that are facing the state.
His rambling explanation of what he meant to say, doesn’t change the vulgarity of what he said.