Let the great schisms begin

So the right of center crowd had a little trouble aligning the Tea Party factions and traditional Republicans, huh? Well watch what’s happening on the left. The video below, snatched from Blogging Blue, wraps the whole thing up with cute little animated characters.

Warning: a few instances of the “f” word are included, but what you will glean is nothing short of the architecture for ensuing pandemonium in the Democratic party come 2012.


  1. Yeah, parties have had divisions for years. Both have had “moderates” in their midst as long as I can remember.

  2. Oh my God that was hilarious. Almost spit my pizza all over the screen.

  3. Oooh. Glad I didn’t have to clean up after you. 🙂

  4. My 4 year old came over to the computer because she thought I was watching a funny animated movie.


  5. @ Dean.

    I agree. But in this case the moderate is Obama. I don’t think progressives have any problem with being considered radicals at this point. At least they have a framework to work from. The Obama administration is all over the map. I have no idea who this man appeals to at this point in time. He seems alienate everyone, especially progressives. By 2012 it could be even worse.

  6. So much for running a PG blog, huh?

  7. the extremes of both political parties are only in comfort with their own narrow minded peers. but that is a small fraction of the american majority. the moderates will never have a voice except at the polls.