June 5, 2017

The Democrats' age issue

Gateway Pundit, Nov 2016 Average Age of House Democratic Leadership is 76... The top three Democrats in leadership are 76 (Pelosi), 77 (Steny Hoyer) and 76 (Jim Clyburn). The average age of the Democratic party leadership is 76. The top three Republican leaders, in contrast, are 46 (Paul Ryan), 51 (Kevin McCarthy) and 51 (Steve Scalise).

Trump is younger than the average Democratic House leadership


Anonymous said...

The retirement of all government employees, elected, appointed and unelected, at age 65 should help reduce fossilized thinking and stupid activities in some quarters, but certainly not in the Republican Party.

Anonymous said...

Glengarry Glen Ross, masters of the art of selling a dream. Whitewater properties was a resume builder for some. Dem youth are realists like Tulsi Gabbard, who resigned from the fatally corrupt DNC. A changing of the guard as when old Whigs Clay and Webster died in the 1850s signals the end of the party itself. The Dems can't continue to work their compromise omnibus deals under the current domination of the Slave South and would be better off following Sanders into an independant Northern democratic socialist party. A civil war has come between the slaveocracy versus the wage slaves which splits the Dems, such that the anticorruption younger generation has a generation gap with the old corrupt drug dealing generation.

Anonymous said...

I think it's time to throw a dart at a map and whatever town it lands on, send the local high school's prom committee to DC to run the country for the next 4 years. I'd bet the farm and both my legs they could not possibly do a worse job than the 3 branches of "governors" are collectively doing right now. I bet the prom committee would pick a nice theme - say, Stop Killing People You Jerks! - and they'd bring the whole project to fruition on time and probably on a relatively shoestring budget. Plus we'd get punch, instead of punched. Thoughts?