Thursday, August 26, 2010

Vote Democrat

Because the Stupid Party is too, well, stupid:

The National Republican Senatorial Committee is sending its lawyer to Alaska to assist Lisa Murkowski who is trailing conservative Joe Miller in the senate primary.

The Fix reported:

Sean Cairncross, the general counsel of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, is headed to Alaska at the request of Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) to help provide guidance to the GOP incumbent who finds herself trailing attorney Joe Miller (R) by roughly 1,600 votes.

Cairncross will spend several days on the ground in Alaska as Murkowski and her campaign prepare for the counting of as many as 16,000 absentee ballots — a process expected to start next Tuesday and continue through early September.

Too stupid to be allowed to live. Vote 'em all out. The problem isn't the Democrats, and the solution isn't the Republicans.



Stan said...

Democrats = Nationalized Health Care Reform
Democrats = Special Interest Bail Outs
Democrats = No real job creation
Democrats = More and higher taxes
Democrats = Less freedom and more intrusive National Government
Democrats = socialism
Democrats = dangerous reinterpretation of the Constitution
Democrats = Less Gun Rights
Democrats Obama, Pelosi, Reid = huge problem

If the democrats are not problem.....then please tell me what is?

The Republican as they stand today are also the problem.

With that said, I personally see more solutions coming from the conservative right, than from liberal left.

Borepatch said...

Stan, this isn't "liberal" vs. "conservative". Her father was famously corrupt, and she only got her seat through patronage.

She's a poster child for the Ruling Class.

If the Republicans can't figure that out, and think that we should vote for them "because they suck less" then screw 'em.

They're the Stupid Party because they think I'll fall for it.

doubletrouble said...

So Daddy M. brought his daughter to work on "take your kid to work day" & she never left.
Stupid, fer sure.
But I gotta go with Stan on this one bud- no good will EVER come of voting democrat, not considering the state of the party today.
Now if Zell Miller were running...

Borepatch said...

Doubletrouble, I don't really have a problem with her Daddy. He just did what daddys do (look out for his kid, I mean - not the whole corrupt as Satan thing).

My problem is with the national Stupid Party leadership. They're happy to lie down with this sort of scum. They could have passed on sending the Legal Firepower; they didn't.

Isn't that interesting? What else will they do that's interesting?

This election year in particular, voting Democrat will make a difference. The rout will turn into only a defeat, and the Stupid Party will have to decide if they want to govern or not.

If you give it to them on a platter, they'll just continue to loot (a little less than the Democrats will).

Screw 'em.

Anonymous said...

Hi all~

Sorry BP but the boys are right on this one and you are wrong. The repubs are no saints but if you think the donks are immune to this horse puckey you hav e not been paying att ntion.

If you want to tell me that there is no nepotism behind Billary Clinton you can just pull my other finger.

Your vote is not a telegran, and if you use it to send messages to people you think are stupid, you can't whine when you end up with more of the stuff Stan is talking about.

If you want to send a message then send them - but your vote is like a bullet. You can't call it back and you live with whatever it does. Shoot straight and vote straight.


Atom Smasher said...

Democrats are the .45 to the head, Republicans are the .22 to the buttocks. You're GONNA get shot, and those are your two choices.

Deal with it.

TOTWTYTR said...

I wouldn't be surprised if part of the reason the Republican establishment is supporting Murkowski is because Palin is supporting her opponent.

The GOP establishment is more afraid of Sarah Palin than they are of the Democrats. Or maybe it's that they hate her more.

I have a similarly themed post over at my place in which I point out that this is not so much an anti Democrat election cycle as it is an anti incumbent election cycle. If the people who are elected in 2010 don't do what the electorate sent them to DC to do, they will be out in 2013.

Big Government proponents of both parties are now on notice that the independent voters want smaller, less intrusive, less expensive government.