Stephen Colbert's confusing testimony before Congress last week demonstrated rather pointedly the confusion into which the Left's favorite party has fallen. The Democrats have always been highly organized and focused so long as there was a Republican in power somewhere that they could besmirch. Now that they own the White House and Capitol Building the Dems seem confused as to what to do with it. All their smug assumptions about how people would dance in the street and sing their praises once they overpowered George Bush and the evil Neo-Cons. For some reason, soaking the rich with new taxes, creating a massive everybody-gets-healthcare system and ending the war in the Middle-East (sort of) and making everyone on earth love Americans (if anything, they hate us more) did not draw forth the adulation of the masses they had expected.
Reminds me of the train wreck that was the end of the Carter administration. Much as I disliked Bill Clinton, he had the sense not to let the moonbat leftists in the Democrat party dictate policy. While I don't believe Clinton was the smartest president in the past half century, I think he was probably the smartest Democrat president anyway despite what Jimmy Carter has to say about his own superiority as an ex-president.
In fact, I will even kind of agree with Carter on one point. I think he's far more superior as an ex-president than he ever was as a president - though I do think Amy Carter had it spot-on about new-kee-ur weapons. Thank goodness her Daddy didn't have four more years to mess that whole thing up too.