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One thing is clear from Tuesday’s primaries: the lunatics are running the Republican asylum.
Rick Scott, a key figure in the biggest health-care fraud scandal ever, won the Republican nomination for governor of Florida. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski trails a Sarah Palin-endorsed Tea Partier. And John McCain, who gave America Sarah Palin, survived in Arizona by turning his back on everything he ever stood for.
This is excellent news for the Democratic Party.
Republicans still may win big this year. But, if they do, the Tea Party will claim credit. It will grab the GOP steering wheel and steer the car over the cliff.
Democrats will then be poised for a big comeback in 2012, with Barack Obama winning reelection.


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2 comments on “The Inmates Are Loose

  1. Reaganite says:

    If you want to see extreme in current American politics, I suggest you watch this video:

    If you want to see radicals steering the car over the cliff, just look at the job that Obama has done on our economy, or our foreign policy, or our health care. And they aren’t finished. They want to jam through a huge energy tax to pay homage to the Climategate fraudsters, and they want to give amnesty to illegal aliens. America cannot afford radicals like Obama, Holder, Pelosi, Reid, etc. It is time to clean house (and senate) in November.

  2. Carbine says:

    If the Republican extremists go as far overboard with their mandate, post election day, as the Democrat extremists have recently done with theirs, they will most likely suffer the same fate next time around. I don’t think the Tea Party movement will last much beyond election day, however. Conservatives tend to go home and get on with their lives when they think they’ve won, liberals tend to get on with everyone else’s lives when they’ve won (which inevitably brings conservatives back into the streets, if not into power).

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