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September 13, 2010


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There is always the danger that Tea Party support will split the Republican vote, but electing Rinos may destroy our liberty. Freedom is the most important issue. Party is secondary.

To paraphrase Malkin, you can't fight entrenched out of touch incumbents by electing entrenched out of touch incumbents that happen to have an (R) by their name.

Politics is too important to leave to the party hacks. These midterm elections are too important to let a dweeb like Mike Castle waltz into the Senate.

We need to be careful, however, not to throw out the baby with the bath water. Voters need to be rigorous in checking the bona fides of their preferred candidates and not just accept the assurances of others regarding a candidate's worthiness.

You have to only look north to Maine to see what happens when all you vote for is an R. Bumper sticker seen recently in Maine. "Snowe removal in 2012".

We can do better than swim. We have bridging material.

Two rounds for range.


Then fire for effect.


Time on target MOFOs.

BTW I picked up a nice comment at Hot Air:


Looks like the geriatric leadership of the GOP is getting their bloomers in a bunch - and not a moment too soon. Their collective turgid stupidity has put this entire nation at risk and those of us who allowed them to get away with it for so long ought to have our fannies tanned!

Thank goodness for the fresh breath of air from Alaska and the Young Guns, one of whom is Virginia's own Rep. Cantor. My personal favorite, however, of the Congresscritters is my own representative Rob Wittmann - who is an absolute doll of a representative who responds intelligently to his constituents' concerns.

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