This is a question more for the American cousins here, but anyone should feel free to reply. No matter what one thinks of the results of the Presidential election, it would seem that despite strong efforts and all sorts of celebrity endorsements, that the American people have rejected the Democratic Party. I can only assume that this is a result of their basic policies and not just a momentary electoral spasm. So, what does or should the Democratic Party do now? Should they revisit their commitment to Political Correctness and accommodating special interest groups? Should they attempt to "moderate" themselves from their more-leftwing tendencies? Or should they retrench and move farther to the left, thereby providing a clearly alternative to the Republicans? Or are the loss of the Presidency, the House Of Representatives and the Senate simply part of Hillary's "vast right-wing conspiracy" and they don't need to change a thing but have her run?