Washington, DC’s Seasons Reimagined as Political Affiliations

Summer is definitely a Republican: oppressive, unpleasant, serious threat to the health of the elderly, poor, and infirm.

Fall is a libertarian. Basically the same as  summer, but with fewer downpours and more drizzling. Also it’s moldy and I’m allergic. 
Winter is a Democrat. Ostensibly the opposite of summer, it is certainly more pleasant, but ultimately only a little better for the people summer hurts. It’s all part of the same destructive cycle in the end.
Spring is genuine liberals: honestly lovely, nice for everyone, and so tiny and ineffectual it’s possible to miss entirely that it exists. 

0 thoughts on “Washington, DC’s Seasons Reimagined as Political Affiliations

  1. I love spring in D.C. – so full of color and life. But I miss fall in upstate New York, as everything that's orange and red and yellow there is just brown here. I don't think that's a metaphor for anything though.

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