Wonderful. And who do we have to thank for this? You'll find out after the fold...
Who do we thank? The FRAUD Tea Party supported by the Ron Paultards? Eh?
[...] Jack Davis is, actually, a perfect fit for the flip-flopper Independents and Ron Paul/Libertarian Tea Partiers. A party hopper extraordinaire, Davis was at one time a Republican before becoming a Democrat, and for politically expedient purposes is running as an Independent on the Tea Party ballot line at the urging of Ron Paul/Libertarians/Tea Party supporters and organizers; Tony Matuszak (Tony M) and James (Jim) Ostrowski. Davis has run as a Democrat for Congress three times. But, that’s no problem for his Ron Paul and Libertarian supporters/organizers. They are, after all, not Republicans either. Davis’ campaign manager, Curtis Ellis, is a self-described “progressive,” and many of the same Ron Paul/Libertarian cast of characters, er Davis “campaign volunteers” are making repeat appearances on behalf of Jack Davis. [...]
And there you have it. This is why I, Snooper, Mark L Harvey HATE the Paultards. The vast majority of the Paultards are in fact members of the Leftinistra. Amazing, isn't it? You can read the rest right here.
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Karl Rove weighs in...Sorry, Karl. We ALL beat you as we ALWAYS do. Thanks to the Paultards...
Their evidence is Tuesday's special election in New York's 26th district, where Democrat Kathy Hochul defeated Republican Jane Corwin for a vacant congressional seat. This is not just any congressional district, but one carried by George W. Bush and John McCain in the last two presidential elections, and one represented for 58 years by a Republican.
Democrats won only because a third-party candidate—self-proclaimed tea partier Jack Davis—spent a reported $3 million of his own money. Absent Mr. Davis as a spoiler—he got 9% of the vote—Democrats would never have made a serious bid for this district, nor won if they did. Ironically, Mr. Davis ran for the same seat in the last three elections as a Democrat. This year he ran as a populist conservative. [...]