Democrat Trivial Pursuit

Harold Witkov
Obama, Pelosi and Reid are playing us. Their game is Trivial Pursuit, Democratic Party Playbook Edition.

Remember the original Trivial Pursuit? It was the board game of the 1980's. Millions were sold and success was based on correctly answering questions of little or no value (trivia)


Democrat Trivial Pursuit, however, has a different set of rules. Instead of answering trivia questions, you turn people who are legitimately concerned about the welfare of this nation into trivia.


First, you box'em up and stick a label on them. You refer to them as town hall Nazis, mindless Limbaugh ditto heads, and crazy tea baggers. Then you design a health care package that a majority of American trivials oppose, go through with it anyway, and make sure you do not have to participate in it.


Obama took the first turn. Next came Pelosi. Now it is Reid's turn. What did he say about Republican obstruction in the Senate."If you think you've heard these excuses before, you're right. When this country belatedly recognized the wrongs of slavery, there were those who dug in their heels and said, ‘Slow down, it's too early, things aren't bad enough.'"

I get it. Republicans, trivialized into pro slavers. Good play Harry!


Obama, Pelosi and Reid are playing us. Their game is Trivial Pursuit, Democratic Party Playbook Edition.

Remember the original Trivial Pursuit? It was the board game of the 1980's. Millions were sold and success was based on correctly answering questions of little or no value (trivia)


Democrat Trivial Pursuit, however, has a different set of rules. Instead of answering trivia questions, you turn people who are legitimately concerned about the welfare of this nation into trivia.


First, you box'em up and stick a label on them. You refer to them as town hall Nazis, mindless Limbaugh ditto heads, and crazy tea baggers. Then you design a health care package that a majority of American trivials oppose, go through with it anyway, and make sure you do not have to participate in it.


Obama took the first turn. Next came Pelosi. Now it is Reid's turn. What did he say about Republican obstruction in the Senate.

"If you think you've heard these excuses before, you're right. When this country belatedly recognized the wrongs of slavery, there were those who dug in their heels and said, ‘Slow down, it's too early, things aren't bad enough.'"

I get it. Republicans, trivialized into pro slavers. Good play Harry!