The mystery of Scott Walker cratering is no mystery
From his perch as early front runner, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s campaign for president is now sucking swamp water. The most recent RCP average shows him with about 5.8% of the vote, oddly enough this exactly one persons’s share of a vote distributed over 17 candidates. Yesterday, Molly Ball of the Atlantic did a profile of Walker and his campaign, Can Scott Walker Save Himself? To | Read More »
Ditch Scalise For Not being Conservative Enough, Not For A BS Racism Charge
Have you heard? burned a cross on MLK Jr. day while riding on David Duke’s shoulders waving a Confederate flag soaked in African American and Jewish blood. Oh, and he is in the Republican Leadership as the token Conservative. Actually, everything in that first paragraph was a lie. Well, all except for the part about Scalise being the token Conservative in leadership. Despite the fact | Read More »
This Is Troublesome
Last week, Senator Ted Cruz gave $250,000.00 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He wants the majority. Most all of us want the majority. I certainly want the majority. I wish Senator Cruz had given the money to state parties or the RNC instead of the NRSC, which will use the Cruz subsidy to undermine Senator Cruz and his allies. But I also get the | Read More »
@NRSC shoots self in foot and complains about the pain
It would be refreshing if the latte-Machiavellis at the NRSC would forget about playing political chess and do something they are really good at: sitting in the corner, making motorboat noises and befouling themselves. The best example of this, of course, comes from Mississippi where those who allege to be the GOP Senate campaign masterminds have been trying to haul the doddering, semi-lucid porkmeister, Thad | Read More »
Thad Cochran: Unfaithful Husband. Untrustworthy Politician.
A lot of energy is being expended by the NRSC and the various sociopaths it employs to drag septuagenarian Thad Cochran across the finish line in his primary battle with state senator Chris McDaniel. The latest contretemps is hard for the average citizen to fathom. Apparently there was a slow motion illegal entry by a blogger into a nursing home that houses Mrs. Thad Cochran. | Read More »
Associate of Pedophile Paid to Attack Conservative Candidate by the NRSC
This is the story: Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel is challenging the barely conscious septuagenarian Thad Cochran for the GOP nomination for senator. Senator McDaniel had been listed as a keynote speaker at the “Combined Firearm Freedom Day/Tea Party Music Fest in Gunstown, MS on May 17. Among the many vendors at the event was a company called Pace Confederate Depot that sells militaria and | Read More »
The National Republican Senatorial Committee Attacks the GOP
The past two days the staff at the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) have pushed news articles meant to tear down Milton Wolf, a doctor from Kansas and a candidate in the GOP Senate primary. You may be asking yourself why an official GOP organization is doing this, but the reason is very simple. The quickest way to find yourself the target of the NRSC’s | Read More »
Mildly dissenting on Mark Levin, SCF, and disclosures.
Over the last day or so there has been a fair amount of debate about whether or not Mark Levin should have disclosed a fairly consistently large purchase history by the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) of his book before he endorsed the organization. The ire is mostly directed at National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Brad Dayspring, Communications Director, for tweeting this Thursday: Fishy: Senate Conservatives | Read More »
Does the National Republican Senatorial Committee Turn a Blind Eye to Kiddie Porn?
We can all agree that it should be a ridiculous question. But given the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s smear attacking radio host Mark Levin today, it is one that should be asked, if only to highlight the absurdity of the NRSC’s attack on Mark Levin.Brad Dayspring of the NRSC alleges Mark Levin entered into a quid pro quo relationship with the Senate Conservatives Fund to | Read More »