Memo to Democrats: Learn to code

Democrats still haven't counted all their ballots in Iowa, and already they've moved on to other high-visibility stupidities - most notably in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's ostentatiously childish paper-ripping gesture in the wake of President Trump's stellar State of the Union speech. 

In more ways than one, it's time for Democrats to do what they like to tell laid-off coal miners to do: Learn to code.

Iowa of course, is still one problem for them going on. Their media-vaunted data wizards, such as former Hillary Clinton campaign operative, can't even get an app out for a small state in a high-visibility primary. The app is junk, and the tally is still out. Already they're resorting to their default position, which is blaming President Trump:

 

 

That's not convoluted reasoning, such as we are accustomed to seeing from Trump derangement, it's downright ignorance. More ironic still, presidential contender Yang is supposed to be a tech guy. If this is the guy who wants to run our health care and can't even understand a basic app, maybe he better learn code. Fact is, Democrats controlled the Iowa apparat from start to finish, hired a band of former Hillary operatives, including supposed data-manipulation genius Rob Mook, refused federal assistance to ensure no foreign inference in the reporting app, and got a mess that's being untangled with the results of the contest still unknown. There's no Trump to blame for this one, just a lot of derangement. 

Somebody didn't learn to code. Maybe it's time for these Democrats, both on the ground and in the innards, to Learn to Code.

It gets worse. If blaming Trump for their own failed app wasn't enough, there also was Nancy Pelosi's boorish behavior at the conclusion of president's the State of the Union address, loudly ripping the speech in half behind him as the speech concluded. 

That was another case of 'Learn to Code' in the sense that Pelosi's unprofessional behavior insulted voters and could only lead them to conclude that she and her party are utterly unfit to represent in the House. Conclusion? Throw them from office, and out on their ears.

As Democrats say, Learn to Code.

In the sense that the country doesn't need Pelosi's particular skill set, it's time to tell her, too, to learn to code. Pelosi's partisan stunts are not only obsolete ... they're getting old.

In any case, she's actually moved the needle toward her own ouster given that she's actually succeeded in galvanizing the right to rally to Trump.

Take a look at some of these choice tweets:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There’s also this, with many echoing the sentiment:

 

 

The short story is that Trump's voters are galvanized. They're revving up to make Pelosi's boorish act a campaign issue and use it to overturn Pelosi's leadership in the House. Imagine being a Democrat running for a House seat in a red or purple district and having to explain this sort of thing. It will be used, because it was such an indecent act.

In short, Iowa already is de-galvanizing Democrats based on the bad coding and now Pelosi's likely to see a reckoning for her own acts come November, as Democrats lose power across the nation. Twin stunts of failure.

Word to the wise, Dems: Learn to code.

 

 

Democrats still haven't counted all their ballots in Iowa, and already they've moved on to other high-visibility stupidities - most notably in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's ostentatiously childish paper-ripping gesture in the wake of President Trump's stellar State of the Union speech. 

In more ways than one, it's time for Democrats to do what they like to tell laid-off coal miners to do: Learn to code.

Iowa of course, is still one problem for them going on. Their media-vaunted data wizards, such as former Hillary Clinton campaign operative, can't even get an app out for a small state in a high-visibility primary. The app is junk, and the tally is still out. Already they're resorting to their default position, which is blaming President Trump:

 

 

That's not convoluted reasoning, such as we are accustomed to seeing from Trump derangement, it's downright ignorance. More ironic still, presidential contender Yang is supposed to be a tech guy. If this is the guy who wants to run our health care and can't even understand a basic app, maybe he better learn code. Fact is, Democrats controlled the Iowa apparat from start to finish, hired a band of former Hillary operatives, including supposed data-manipulation genius Rob Mook, refused federal assistance to ensure no foreign inference in the reporting app, and got a mess that's being untangled with the results of the contest still unknown. There's no Trump to blame for this one, just a lot of derangement. 

Somebody didn't learn to code. Maybe it's time for these Democrats, both on the ground and in the innards, to Learn to Code.

It gets worse. If blaming Trump for their own failed app wasn't enough, there also was Nancy Pelosi's boorish behavior at the conclusion of president's the State of the Union address, loudly ripping the speech in half behind him as the speech concluded. 

That was another case of 'Learn to Code' in the sense that Pelosi's unprofessional behavior insulted voters and could only lead them to conclude that she and her party are utterly unfit to represent in the House. Conclusion? Throw them from office, and out on their ears.

As Democrats say, Learn to Code.

In the sense that the country doesn't need Pelosi's particular skill set, it's time to tell her, too, to learn to code. Pelosi's partisan stunts are not only obsolete ... they're getting old.

In any case, she's actually moved the needle toward her own ouster given that she's actually succeeded in galvanizing the right to rally to Trump.

Take a look at some of these choice tweets:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There’s also this, with many echoing the sentiment:

 

 

The short story is that Trump's voters are galvanized. They're revving up to make Pelosi's boorish act a campaign issue and use it to overturn Pelosi's leadership in the House. Imagine being a Democrat running for a House seat in a red or purple district and having to explain this sort of thing. It will be used, because it was such an indecent act.

In short, Iowa already is de-galvanizing Democrats based on the bad coding and now Pelosi's likely to see a reckoning for her own acts come November, as Democrats lose power across the nation. Twin stunts of failure.

Word to the wise, Dems: Learn to code.