Completely upset with the past eight years of the Bush Plan, many people feel a dramatic change is necessary. However, when considering switching allegiance to the Democratic Party, people become upset by the Democratic National Committee-led suicide attempt of that party. Two situations bring these feelings into focus: the Michigan and Florida no-vote debacles and the superdelegate insanity. Denying a state's vote because it challenges the godlike power of the DNC should be criminal, even in a primary. And creating these superdelegates (read: good ol' boys club) to correct the moronic vote and misplaced will of the people -- well, let's just say public flogging would seem a minor punishment.
Combined with the ineptitude of the Democratically led Congress, it looks as if the DNC is trying its hardest to drive voters to the Republican Party, or at least to vote that way. Come November, I'm very much afraid we'll see "mission" once again, but in a much different context.