Pretend neutrality: The DNC’s bias brings to mind Chef Dickey’s own local delicacies.


“Obviously (Trump) has run a very divisive campaign himself, assaulting and assailing just about anyone who is in a minority group, a religious group, just about anyone who doesn’t completely agree with him.”
— Adam Dickey, local professional Democrat (WHAS)

How very providential of Adam to offer counterpoint to his own club fraternity party’s angelic inclinations, as in this e-mail from Democratic National Committee CFO Brad Marshall, also quoted by Charlie Pierce.
Date: 2016-05-05 03:31
Subject: No shit

It might may no difference, but for KY and WVA can we get someone to ask his belief. Does he believe in a God. He had skated on saying he has a Jewish heritage. I think I read he is an atheist. This could make several points difference with my peeps. My Southern Baptist peeps would draw a big difference between a Jew and an atheist.

Of the recipients, only DNC CEO Amy Dacey answered: “Amen.” A-my D-acey. A-dam D-ickey. Reptilian coincidence?

Even the Smart Reptiles Don’t Write This Stuff Down, by Charles P. Pierce (Esquire)

… So thus does ideologically aligned press get a Dems In Disarray narrative to write, the ostensibly non-aligned press gets the Both Sides In Chaos story of its dreams, and the DNC under DWS demonstrates, for possibly the last time, that it would screw up a two-car funeral if you spotted it the hearse. These are the people standing between the Republic and El Caudillo de Mar-A-Lago.

Back in here in Swelterville, local Democrats remain stone cold silent in the face of these WikiLeaks side-splitters, obviously waiting for ranking boy genius Dickey and his creation, Jeff “Mortimer Snerd” Gahan, to tell them what they can admit to thinking, if at all.

Earlier today, I surveyed the range of ranking local Democrats on social media.

I’m shocked — shocked, I say — to learn that the Democratic National Committee, “which isn’t supposed to favor one Democratic candidate over another until they receive a nomination,” did exactly that.


Debbie Wasserman Schultz wasn’t neutral?

Of course, if you’re among the New Albanians who supported David White for mayor in last year’s Democratic primary, you’ve heard this story before.

Local party chairman Dickey lifted his entire pro-Gahan playbook from Wasserman Schultz … unless it was the other way around, and she copied off Dickey’s paper.

Dickey as role model for neutrality? Local Demos should be choking on their Bud Lights, but instead, someone needs to fetch a shitload of dimes.