Monday, December 27, 2010

Democratic Party drops the ball on the meaning of Fair Reflection.

I was looking in the democratic party bylaws for the definition of Fair Reflection. The democratic party definition of "fair reflection" seems to define everybody by how they were born, and not by how they live their lives. This is a really big deal, and offensive as well.

It appears the democratic party judges you by the color of your skin, not by the ethics and character you develop or already possess. 
The democratic party defines fair reflection as fairly reflecting all races, ethnicities and both sexes within the party. However, nothing is said about fairly reflecting those whose daily responsibilities to their family, relatives and community consumes every waking hour and leaves them vulnerable to not being represented in caucus voting states.

You see, fair reflection only applies in states that generally vote democrat and put on actual primaries. Caucus contests are usually reserved for republican leaning states and fairly reflecting the democrat voters in those states does not appear to be as important to the democrat party.

Character apparently does not matter to the democrat party, so people with character, who live in a caucus state, will be IGNORED by the democrat party.

This is very disconcerting to me. You could be the most responsible, caring, community driven person alive, and not qualify for fair reflection within your own state if you live in a caucus contest state. This is just an outrage and explains a lot about the ethically bankrupt higher ups in the democratic party.