Democrats have a messaging problem. The public does not respond to political ads that have more than about four words. Any policy, thought, idea or plan that needs more than one sentence is viewed with atavistic suspicion. An argument with more than one or two words, grunts or gestures is viewed as liberal sophistry and is most likely the work of the Devil. And quit dancing around the problem. Trump hit up Ukraine for a fucking kickback. He withheld federal money, taxpayer money, for a greasy personal favor. In this case he wanted a press conference by the Ukrainian president saying they were investigating Biden’s kid. Say it out loud. “Kickback”. Good. Once more, only louder. Might just as well have been a campaign contribution, could have been cash, maybe a blowjob. It doesn’t matter, it’s the same thing, yet they worry it might be impolite to say publicly the smarmy rat-bastard demanded a kickback before handing over taxpayer money? The guy ripped off his own charity and you don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings by pointing that out? Take a look at Bloomberg’s ads. ‘Trump lied. He took away your insurance, and if you’re lucky enough to still have it, he’s jacking up the prices. Trump lied about the environment. We’re hosed and he’s making it worse. Trump lied about tariffs. They’re not bringing manufacturing back, and you’re paying way more for crap. Trump lied about the dumbass wall. Show me a 30 foot wall and I’ll show you a 35 foot ladder. And Mexico is not paying for it’. Jeezus, is that so hard? I have to believe it’s better than four more Years of the Rat.