Virtually unknown a month ago, Christine O'Donnell rode a surge of support from "tea party" activists to victory in Delaware's Republican Senate primary Tuesday night, dealing yet another setback to the GOP establishment in a campaign season full of them. A second insurgent led narrowly for the GOP nomination in New Hampshire.
Am I the only one who finds this objectionable?
Shouldn’t the Republican party be supporting the candidate chosen by the people?
Anyone who read a certain leftist blog recently knows I am just a name-calling lunatic and a hopelessly brainwashed seed pod, not to mention a member of the right wing ilk. I am actually from the Philadelphia Ilks-a very distinguished branch of ilk, if I do say so myself.
But I digress.
Doesn’t it almost seem to be a bipartisan conspiracy where the Republican party will endorse a moderate, and then abandon the candidate chosen by the people.
If you’re going to not offer financial support to a candidate who cannot win, how did they justify supporting Dole in ’96 or McCain in ’08?
I hope Republicans in Delaware are smart enough to see that this is a travesty and pull their financial support from the party, and offer it directly to O’Donnell’s campaign.
I am thoroughly disgusted, although my good friend Stephen T called it! Look how quickly the Tea Party movement has been sidetracked by the Republican party.
Anyone who does not believe that both parties serve the same master is not looking closely enough at the man behind the curtain.
Because of the aforementioned leftist blogger who set me straight yesterday by telling me that it was a FACT that the Carter years were the second best presidency of the last half century, I am going to start a new movement in the Excremental Cowboy's honor.
Yes, because of my fond memories of gas lines, botched military rescue missions, the Chrysler bailout and 21% mortgage interest rates, I have decided to join the looney left and start….
Join me! We may not accomplish any more for Socialism than the Tea Party will accomplish for silly things like freedom and individual responsibility, but at least we’ll score one victory.
We’ll be able to wear those great leisure suits (if we can fit into ‘em)!