A Glimmer of Hope?

From LC & IB SondraK:

Republican businessman Scott Wagner dealt a stunning blow to both Democrats and Republicans in Pennsylvania by becoming the first person ever to win a state Senate seat as a write-in candidate. Many are now wondering if the election has some national implications for the 2014 midterm elections.

The tea party candidate defeated both of his party-endorsed opponents, Republican Ron Miller and Democrat Linda Small. He received 48 percent of the vote to Small’s 26 percent and Miller’s 27 percent. In other words, it wasn’t even close.

Watch the Democrat Socialist Party and the Gentry GOP (but we repeat ourself) both disregard all of this while continuing to wage full-on war on the silly “extremists” that they allegedly don’t regard as much of a threat at all.

By their actions, not their words… Keep that in mind.



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    Templar_Knight growls and barks:

    Look for a lot of GOP regulars to start waving Gadsden flags around and acting like theyve been supporting the TEA movement all along. It will be vomit inducing. Hope everyone will be able to tell the true believers from the fakes.

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Templar, all you need to do is look at their voting record. My district has a jelly spined R in the house and the state of MI has two Commie D senators thanks to Detoilet and environs. Easy choices for us, just vote for any challenger that steps up and shows conservative balls.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    The country clubbers who tried to rig the GOP primary to keep Wagner out are going through the phases of political defeat.


    Soon followed by crushing defeat either by real conservatives or by real communists democrats.

    And speaking of Democrats, Moochelle’s mother is making a real pest of herself to the Chinese. Someone want to explain to me why she is even on that trip? (I won’t even bother asking why this trip happened in the first place)

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    irish19 growls and barks:

    That story brought a smile to my face. This being a mid-term election, the chances of such things happening elsewhere are magnified.

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    LC ShadowFox growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster says:

    Someone want to explain to me why she is even on that trip? (I won’t even bother asking why this trip happened in the first place)

    Well they’re calling it a ‘cultural exchange’. Maybe we can exchange her for Hu Jintao’s mother in law or any random Chinese woman. Either way we could call it a net gain for America.

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    readerjp growls and barks:

    A test of the Republican old order

    Thad Cochran, the senior senator from Mississippi [is] in a race for survival, a classic struggle between the established Republican order and grassroots Tea Party Republicans, who have no particular affection for the old ways in a place where the old ways were once the common law.

    Mr. Cochran is a senator most people have never heard of, but his colleagues in the U.S. Senate know him very well. He’s the No. 1 pig farmer in Congress, dispensing pork from the Republican side of the aisle with firmness and gusto. He has no rival in manipulating the national treasury. He’s an advocate only for more spending to get the tax revenues a congressional pig farmer needs to spread the pork to his friends and interests. Ten federal buildings in Mississippi are named for him, and none of them are monuments to smaller, less intrusive government.

    The senator’s nemesis is Christopher McDaniel, 43, a lawyer, radio talker and Tea Party favorite. He has pulled dead even in some polls with the June 1 Republican primary only two months away. He is best known as a talker on several Mississippi radio stations, but has the requisite legal background to command professional respect. He clerked for a federal district judge fresh out of the University of Mississippi Law School, and the Mississippi Business Journal ranks him among the state’s top 50 lawyers. He has pushed the right buttons, a member of, among others, the Gideons (distributor of Bibles), the National Rifle Association, the American Family Association, giving him the trifecta of God, guns and family values.

    The senator affects an ignorance that is surely an act. He pretends to be ignorant of the Tea Party, which has rocked the nation’s politics for going on a decade. “I said I didn’t know much about the Tea Party,” he told a Mississippi television interviewer the other day, “and I didn’t. I read newspaper articles about them, and that’s about all I know. It’s kind of like Will Rogers, you know. He said he knew what was in the papers. That is something I don’t know a lot about.”

    The race has brought in outsiders for Mr. McDaniel, too. Sarah Palin has endorsed him; so has the Club for Growth. The race a test not only for Chris McDaniel, but for the power of professional lobbyists, too. Do lobbyists smell as bad in Mississippi as they do everywhere else? We’ll see soon enough.


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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LC ShadowFox @ #:

    Maybe we can exchange her for Hu Jintao’s mother in law or any random Chinese woman. Either way we could call it a net gain for America.

    Guess I’m ahead of the Obama’s then.
    My wife is Chinese.
    And she despises Obama.

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    This is absolutely brilliant! Omen, perhaps?

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LC cmblake6, Imperial Black Ops Technician @ #:

    This is absolutely brilliant! Omen, perhaps?

    Considering what Mark Kirk said regarding the Republican going after Durbin the Turbin?
    We need all the good news we can get.

    Like this news from Idaho

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    LC Xealot growls and barks:

    Any area of the country still electing REAL conservatives (i.e. islands of sanity in the flood of stupidity) ought to be talking secession, at this point.