Monday, November 2, 2009

American Thinker nails it again with NY23 race and RINOs

Palin's endorsement of conservative Doug Hoffman in NY23 proved to be too much for "Republican" Dede Scozzafava as she has since suspended her campaign and now...shockingly...endorses the Democrat candidate on her way out!

I can't emphasize again how critical this race is, how undeniably gamechanging it is for the GOP. With this race, Newt Gingrich destroyed his chances of running for President and Palin just boosted hers. RINOs like Tim Pawlenty showed their true colors while Mitt Romney sat on the sidelines and did nothing. This is exactly what the future will look like, this little congressional race is proving to change the course of history. I'm not trying to be over-dramatic, I really do believe it.

November 01, 2009
Dede Scozzafava proves her detractors right!
by Aaron Gee

It is being reported today that Dede Scozzafava is endorsing Democrat Bill Owens. In one fell swoop she proved her detractors right. Her actions also speak to the Republicans that made excuses for her such as Newt Gingrich; they were dead wrong. When Dede withdrew from the race on Saturday, many (including me) thought she was doing the right thing for Northern New York, and the Republican Party. Instead we have been presented with the quintessential example of what the label RINO means.

"Scozzafava dropped out after Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman experienced a late-in-the-game surge. The move was expected to consolidate GOP voters behind Hoffman on Tuesday.

But on Sunday, Scozzafava backed Democrat Bill Owens -- the announcement was made in a statement sent out by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee."

When the DNC is releasing statements for the former GOP candidate you know something is very wrong. This is a wake up call for the leaders of the Grand Old Party. The party got its hat handed to it in the last election by running the most "moderate" candidate in decades why do they continue in the same vein that didn't work last time?

Listening to voters helped create the contract with America which propelled the GOP into the House and Senate in 1994. It was ignoring those principals that led to the GOP's decline. Instead of listening to Washington insiders the GOP would do better if it listened to the people.

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