Do you know anything about the working parts of a political party. I don't but I certainly would like to know and don't know where to find that information.
What holds a political party together? Do political parties own real estate? They handle a lot of money but does any of it belong to the 'party?' Is there an office building somewhere that has many floors of people employed by the party?
I think I heard President Obama could 'rent' out his donor database to the Democratic party, that his list was worth a lot of money. Could that be true?
If I had a number to call and ask for the head Democrat or head Republican who could I expect to come to the phone?
I'm serious about this because I think somebody may have to step up and break up one of the parties and I just may be the one to do it. I'm waiting now for the call to come.
What does the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus do? Not a lot that I can see except obsess over Hillary Clinton. I understand he was elected Chair on the seventh round of voting. Sounds to me like a job nobody wanted. Is he suppose to lead Republicans out of their wilderness? I hope not because he's busy breathing in a paper bag to keep from hyperventilating at the thought of Hillary in the White House.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz is chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. She has so many irons in the fire she doesn't have time to think let alone be responsible for leading the party. If she's in charge she's already slipped up. She should have been grooming future presidential candidates while Barack Obama was in the White House. Where are Democrats going to be in 2020?
Radicals never give up and cannot be reasoned with. Establishment Republicans are going to have to pull their heads out of the sand. This is not going to blow over. That's not how radical conservatism works. If the radical ideologues, like Ted Cruz, can't be pushed out of the nest, could establishment Republicans separate themselves from them, or would they lose enormous amounts of real estate and treasure?
What's the deal here? I need to know.