"And then we're gonna get in those right-wing nuts faces at the town hall meeting in Nebraska! Then we'll make plenty of noise when that Congressman in New Mexico speaks to his constituents! Then we're off to another town hall in Maryland! Then we'll be screaming at the senator from Idaho! Then Al Gore and I will address our convention in Berkley, California! Then Oklahoma, then Nevada, then New Jersey... Yeeeeeeeeeehah!!!!"
You can see it coming; the center/right regains control over runaway Obamaism in the 2010 Congressional elections. Not only will neo-koms have to suck up the loss of their short-lived troika dictatorship but they will also have to find a new whipping boy. Actually, there will be two new villains -- their erstwhile Dear Leader and the Democrat Party.
Both will be blamed for completely blowing the opportunity of a lefty lifetime as many former Democrats plus long-time Marxists, unionists, peaceniks, greenheads, climate changelings, pro-abortionists, same-sex matrimonialists and any number of additional socialist splinter groups and left-wing extremists will form a high-volume vocal protest organization whose goal will be to reform everything -- including their remaining not-left-enough legislators.
Dimwit hack losers like Al Gore and Howard Dean will crawl out of the woodwork to shill for the Chai Partiers as the rank-and-file hang on and quote every word of their media idols -- Joy Behar, Alan Colmes, Michael Moore, Jeanine Garafalo, Jon Stewart, Wanda Sykes, Steven Colbert, et al -- as if any of these people ever had a single original idea in their entire lives. Critical words in abundance; actual analysis and ideas not so much.
Certainly, the right wing will be critical of the Chai Party. Chai-koms will be the new teabaggers. However, creating vulgar catch-names will not be an important enough priority for Tea Partiers who, for the most part, will refuse to make more out of the upstart movement than to call it a curious copycat attempt to accomplish the impossible and make lightning strike twice in the same year.
For the most part, conservatives, moderates and libertarians will just laugh at the left's attempt to find new love on the rebound from their failed One of a Kind Love Affair with the most romantic lefty of all times.
"Hey kommies, have you tried eHarmony?" and "Don't forget to get back the engagement ring and the Nobel Peace Prize!" will be the kind of taunts you'll hear from a few of the more rowdy right-wingers, possibly to the inclusion of this renegade scribe.
"We are deep and complicated so we need a slogan with more than just one word," Dean will say to Chris Matthews.
"Oooh, that gives me shivers up and down both legs," The Drooler will reply. "Allow me to drop It isn't hopeless...we can still change into the suggestion box."
"We might as well go with that, Chris. We owe MSNBC a lot for being the unabashed official network of the Chai Party."
And of course we all know who the female darling of the Chai Party movement will be. Whereas a one-word campaign slogan could never work again, the First Lady of Pants Suits had first-name recognition long before anyone ever heard of the former Governor of Alaska.