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joethiesmanfan 05-27-2010 07:18 AM

Palin 0-1
 
[url=http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/05/26/washington-backed-gop-candidate-defeated-in-idaho/?hpt=Sbin&fbid=6pw1BkwrXBD]CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Washington, Palin-backed candidate defeated ę - Blogs from CNN.com[/url]

Slingin Sammy 33 05-27-2010 07:37 AM

Re: Palin 0-1
 
[quote=joethiesmanfan;703490][URL="http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2010/05/26/washington-backed-gop-candidate-defeated-in-idaho/?hpt=Sbin&fbid=6pw1BkwrXBD"]CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Washington, Palin-backed candidate defeated ę - Blogs from CNN.com[/URL][/quote]The endorsement was a payback for Ward's work on the McCain campaign. The other candidate was endorsed by the Tea Party activists.....much ado about nothing here. The district will go R in November.

Note: It's always better to read an article rather than post based on a headline.

joethiesmanfan 05-27-2010 08:35 AM

Re: Palin 0-1
 
[quote=Slingin Sammy 33;703492]The endorsement was a payback for Ward's work on the McCain campaign. The other candidate was endorsed by the Tea Party activists.....much ado about nothing here. The district will go R in November.

Note: It's always better to read an article rather than post based on a headline.[/quote]

Sammy I know, but she did endorse him. I read the article. He thought Puerto Rico was another country. Washington can go R, but the Tea Party needs better candidates. It's a nice brand they built but no substance to it.

CRedskinsRule 05-27-2010 08:53 AM

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[quote=joethiesmanfan;703518]Sammy I know, but she did endorse him. I read the article. He thought Puerto Rico was another country. Washington can go R, but the Tea Party needs better candidates. It's a nice brand they built but no substance to it.[/quote]
I swear your posts are hilarious at times. You do realize that both candidates that are facing each other have some level of "Tea Party" support which means that the actual election will kinda be like a Tea Party primary in an uncontested district where the winner getting the seat.
[quote]Labrador, a conservative favored by local Tea Party groups, will now face off against Democratic Rep. Walt Minnick in November's general election. Minnick, a freshman member of Congress who won the district by two points in the 2008 election, was the only Democrat to receive an endorsement last month by the Tea Party Express, a national group which has organized three cross country bus tours.[/quote]

The candidate who didn't know about Puerto Rico was not associated with the Tea Party.

Slingin Sammy 33 05-27-2010 08:57 AM

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[quote=joethiesmanfan;703518]Sammy I know, but she did endorse him. I read the article. He thought Puerto Rico was another country. Washington can go R, but the Tea Party needs better candidates. It's a nice brand they built but no substance to it.[/quote]I hope you and the folks on the left keep marginalizing the Tea Party, the old school RINOs are feeling the heat now, and the incumbent Ds in Congress will be catching it in Nov.

As I've said before, 1994 = 2010.

joethiesmanfan 05-27-2010 09:03 AM

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[quote=Slingin Sammy 33;703529]I hope you and the folks on the left keep marginalizing the Tea Party, the old school RINOs are feeling the heat now, and the incumbent Ds in Congress will be catching it in Nov.

As I've said before, 1994 = 2010.[/quote]

[url=http://www.newser.com/story/89949/tea-party-candidate-thinks-hes-the-messiah.html]Tea Party Candidate Thinks He's the Messiah - Tim D'Annunzio believes god will drop a pyramid on Greenland[/url]

Tea Party Messiah from North Carolina.

CRedskinsRule 05-27-2010 09:20 AM

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^^^ From a [URL="http://www.carolinapoliticsonline.com/category/election-2010/tim-dannunzio-election-2010/"]Carolina Politics blog[/URL]:
[QUOTE]Thatís another good point. The accusations made against DíAnnunzio by his ex-wife during their divorce proceedings were 15 years ago. DíAnnunzio has admitted to having some problems in his past, but assuming that it is all in the past does not the man then deserve to be given the benefit of the doubt? ... If DíAnnunzio just went out two weeks ago and claimed to have discovered the Ark of the Convenent in Arizona then Iíd say thatís fair game for his opponents to bring up, but to dredge up alleged statements from 15 years ago that really arenít relevant to the campaign chalks up to dirty politics in my book. Iím not on anybodyís side in this race, just playing devilís advocate here and exposing some possible hypocrisy on behalf of the party apparatus.[/QUOTE]

I am not yet a supporter of the Tea Party, but I like the fact that they seem to be rattling both sides - Dem and Rep - fairly equally. Bringing up stuff from 15years ago, that he has publicly acknowledged were off-base seems a tad petty, and the fact that he still won, seems to say that the comments were answered and set aside as irrelevant.

Monkeydad 05-27-2010 09:40 AM

Re: Palin 0-1
 
[quote=Slingin Sammy 33;703492]The endorsement was a payback for Ward's work on the McCain campaign. The other candidate was endorsed by the Tea Party activists.....much ado about nothing here. The district will go R in November.

Note: It's always better to read an article rather than post based on a headline.[/quote]

Pretty much. Also tough to take anything CNN says about Sarah Palin seriously.

Mattyk 05-27-2010 09:43 AM

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[quote=Buster;703547]Pretty much. Also tough to take anything CNN says about Sarah Palin seriously.[/quote]

Considering you can't taken Palin seriously to start with I agree. :)

Slingin Sammy 33 05-27-2010 09:45 AM

Re: Palin 0-1
 
[quote=joethiesmanfan;703530][URL="http://www.newser.com/story/89949/tea-party-candidate-thinks-hes-the-messiah.html"]Tea Party Candidate Thinks He's the Messiah - Tim D'Annunzio believes god will drop a pyramid on Greenland[/URL]

Tea Party Messiah from North Carolina.[/quote]And the left has Alan Grayson and Hank Johnson "Guam tipping over". Did I forget to mention Obama's 57 state tour, with "one left to go", not including Alaska & Hawaii.

joethiesmanfan 05-27-2010 09:56 AM

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[quote=Slingin Sammy 33;703552]And the left has Alan Grayson and Hank Johnson "Guam tipping over". Did I forget to mention Obama's 57 state tour, with "one left to go", not including Alaska & Hawaii.[/quote]

Hahaha the Tea Party wears the tin foil hat championship belt.


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