DNC, don't chase after Trump voters. Instead, use the Field of Dreams approach, "If you build it, they will come."
With such an unpopular and xenophobic agenda so desperately desired, might not Trump and Bannon see it to their advantage if a terrorist attack did take place and a frightened public fell in line behind whatever they wanted to do?
There were so many fantastic signs in The Women's March made but one that seemed most inspirational and reflective of the empowerment that this movement inspires said, "Thanks President Obama, we've got this!"
How would Trump respond to having a growing majority of Americans oppose and disapprove of him? Would he continue ahead or look into the mirror and sneer, "You're fired!"?
Since it's a bit hard to relate to, for those possessing a full set of teeth and a conscience, we've paired images of Trump and those around him with matching horror film characters that people know to help with this transition from absurdity to reality.
For liberals, moderates and some conservatives, the next two years are going to be difficult to stomach politically. How should we deal with this new landscape?
If 2016 was personified as a human being, it would be more often referred to as an unbelievable asshole who would not be welcome back even if it came to our door with a giant box of chocolates in one hand and an eternal youth potion in the other.
Instead of retaining their original "happy endings" where the poor but honest or morally principled hero or heroine wins out, the new endings to Disney films will portray the villain, as the hero.
Running another driver into construction workers and equipment because they would have gotten in front of you was one thing but blaming someone for damage to your pickup they didn't do, only an asshole would do that.
As the cliche goes, the definition of insanity is doing something over and over again and expecting a different result. It's also been the practice of Democratic Party establishment, on and off for many years.