The lesson of this election, as someone wrote me, is this: establishment Republicans don’t need Tea Party votes . . . as long as they have Democrat votes. Apparently, establishment Republicans consider the two groups of voters to be interchangeable. Whatever it takes, right, guys?
McDaniel’s not happy about it.
McDaniel said Cochran’s decision to seek Democrats to vote for him in the Republican primary runoff was un-Republican. . . .
“Before this race ends, we have to be absolutely certain that the Republican primary was won by Republican voters. We will stand with courage, we will stand with judgment, we will stand with integrity. This is our fight conservatives. This is necessary. We are not prone to surrender, we Mississippians. A strong and sturdy people we are, a brave people we are, a people that can still lead the conservative revival in this country. We will lead the resurgence. That begins right here in Mississippi.”
What is this guy, Yoda?
He could actually learn some wisdom from the little guy.
If no mistake have you made, yet losing you are . . . a different game you should play.