Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Fundraiser Day Six: The Negroes Took Our Dates!

Poor McHatin': he just can't get his little tribe of gargoyles to stop scaring the horses...
Blaze's Dana Loesch: Cochran Did "The Political Equivalent Of Shaking A Klan Hood Out In The Street To Scare Up Votes"
...raving from the rooftops...
Rush Limbaugh: "Black Uncle Tom Voters" Are Responsible For Sen. Cochran's Primary Win. On the June 25 edition of his radio show, Rush Limbaugh wondered whether Cochran's winning campaign slogan was "Uncle Toms For Thad," expressing outrage that African-American voters contributed to Cochran's primary success.
...and getting publicly piss-drunk on sour grapes.
Tea Party urges Chris McDaniel to run as write-in after black Democrats ‘steal’ primary
By Travis Gettys
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 12:38 EDT

Members of Tea Party express blamed McDaniel’s loss on “nefarious campaign tactics” and vowed to split from the Republican Party.

“If Cochran wins this #mssen race, the GOP is done,” said Amy Kremer, of Tea Party Express. “They teamed up with Dems to steal a race. Kiss the base goodbye.”

McDaniel refused to concede the race, arguing that he wanted to ensure the “sanctity” of the vote was upheld and the GOP race had been decided by Republican voters.
The money shot? (emphasis added):
Ironically, voting records show McDaniel crossed party lines in 2003 to vote in the Democratic primary.

McDaniel initially denied doing so, but a spokesman later conceded the candidate had in order to “have a choice in local competitive races.”

Supporters suggested that Democrats who voted for Cochran had committed voter fraud.

“Every Democrat who voted for Cochran yesterday while intending to vote for Childers in November broke the law. That’s fraud,” said Bryan Fischer, of the American Family Association. “If Democrats broke the law when they voted for Cochran, that’s voter fraud and this is in fact a stolen election.”

Sarah Palin suggested last week on Facebook that Democratic activists had offered “scooby snacks” to black voters to encourage them to support Cochran, and she urged McDaniel to challenge the runoff results.

“There were several potentially illegal political games afoot in Mississippi to motivate Democrat voters to ‘switch’ over to the GOP for a day to help save a 42-year Republican member of Congress,” Palin said.

“On top of that, millions of dollars from out of state liberal billionaires like Mike Bloomberg poured in at the last minute on that same incumbent’s behalf,” added Palin, a former half-term governor of Alaska and failed vice presidential candidate who now lives in Arizona. “You have to ask yourself why?”...
Of course, anything that prompts another nationally broadcast bout of Palin-brand glossolalia from the Scintilla from Wasilla is worth it for the entertainment value alone.

Now wouldn't it be something if those damn Yankee, n*gger-lovin', outside agitators "out of state liberal billionaires" who are apparently suddenly possessed of the idea that it would be a wonderful thing to spend some of their beer money some democracy, would decide that helping to underwrite and sustain a genuine, 50-state liberals infrastructure would be a mighty fine thing?

Of course I'm not holding my breath, which is why I'm shaking this little tin cup...


Anonymous said...

I wonder if Palin knows Scooby Snacks means baked goods containing pot.

n1ck said...

I've said it in different venues, but Democrats can really help destroy the Republican party by carpetbagging the shit out of the Republican party.

Your state have an open primary? Vote accordingly.

If I were a liberal billionaire, I'd personally fund a "Tea Party" challenger in every single House and Senate race that I could legally do so.

When Rush goes on the radio and tells people to vote for Hillary instead of Obama in 2008? Genius.

When Democrats get other Democrats to vote for a Republican in 2014?

Voter Fraud.

Gotta keep that talking point fresh I guess.

Anonymous said...

Shorter McDaniel: Black people shouldn't be voting

CM said...

On MSNBC Jesse Jackson said something about inclusive south implying that Thad Chochran reaching out to African Americans was some sort of a positive thing. What is Thad Chochran's voting record?

EVille Mike said...

Todays' Word Of Excellence - glossolalia.

Thank you for that.

gratuitous said...

As a renowned churl, I can't help wondering - churlishly - if, come November with his political hide is once again safely ensconced in the Senate for another six years, whether one Thaddeus Cochran of the great state of Mississippi will remember just how narrowly he escaped his primary challenge. And if he remembers, whether he will feel any, you know, gratitude toward the people who put him there.

Or, will Mr. Cochran once again submerge to join the other bottom feeders in the Republican caucus, handing out favors to their favorites and punishing the defenseless, and indulging the worst excesses of the Tea Baggers?

I know, it's churlish to wonder, but I must freely admit to being a churl.