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While the Rotisserie and other longstanding leagues eventually imploded, ours, filled with scrappy, irascible, contentious and, at times, obnoxious recriminators — and the seriously resentful — has survived for almost three decades.
Democrats may not be able to win elections, but we still are world-class recriminators, as will be evident in coming days.
Ryan Lizza of the New Republic magazine has a less soap-opera-ish analysis that seems more pertinent to the issue: The largest caucus of recriminators, one that spans ideological boundaries and includes critics from every corner of the party, argues that Kerry failed to offer a compelling message.
Now its ghost, which returns, is still more odious because it brings with it the same senseless abuses and intolerable burdens, and, in addition to these, a yelping pack of claimants and recriminators.