fear for GOP
You see Utah's Bob Bennett, who had a few moments
of apostasy in the congregation's eyes
and dared to bow at the altar of bipartisanship,
and he is brutally excommunicated.
You see McCain, who couldnít please the faithful
as a presidential nominee and now is campaigning
as a Joe Arpaio disciple, and he may be the next
to be expelled from the Church of the Conservatives.
We see Sue Lowden and Brian Sandoval, who are
desperately trying to preach the right gospel
and make the parishioners sing along, and yet
they are getting crushed in straw poll after straw poll.
For what itís worth, the moderate-cleansing in
the Republican Party could pay off in the short run for the
candidates who can deliver the best conservative
sermons and fool some of the small electoral universe
on June 8. But four weeks before voters who donít
cast ballots early go to the polls, you can almost
smell it in the air in the U.S. Senate and gubernatorial
primaries - the scent of uncertainty, even of fear...
They say "incumbents" are in trouble, but I'm
not buying it - yet.
Radical Teabaggers control the GOP primaries
and that's about it.
How can the TBs be made happy when they don't
know what they're demanding?
It's real possible that the TBs are the GOP's
Naderites - wouldn't that be fun to watch?
Also fun, wouldn't it be funny if the TBs saved Harry Reid by splitting
the Nevada handjob vote?
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