Democrats Split into the “Ad Hominem” Party, Only 4 Dems Remaining in House and Senate
by Maxwell Paddington
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a watershed moment, The Democratic Party formally split into the Ad Hominem Party (H) earlier this week, leaving an estimated 4 Democrats combined in the House and Senate. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (H) made the announcement yesterday stating the name change “more accurately reflects the values by which we legislate.” Newly appointed Democratic House Minority Leader, Tulsi Gabbard (D), stated before a crowd of her three colleagues: “It’s time to address the content of the issues, not the color of the rhetoric.”
The Ad Hominem party symbol is whatever that particular politician “identifies” it to be in any given moment, as long as it is based on sex, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, or national origin.
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