Ann Coulter tries, once again, to scold us for daring to improve the Republican Party. I guess we just do not know our place do we? How dare we, the people, even dream of getting some newer, more Conservative Republicans? Right Ann?
When a U.S. president is using the IRS to terrify his political enemies, destroying American health care and opening our southern border to millions of future welfare-collecting, Democratic voters from the Third World, why is a dime’s worth of money being wasted on trying to replace the Republican senator from Mississippi with a slightly different Republican?
There she goes again folks, there she goes again.Ann Coulter gets irked when any Republican challenges an incumbent Republican. Why? Would Coulter not prefer a more Conservative Representative or Senator? I know, I know, Coulter says she is all about winning elections. Well, so am I, So are the supporters of Chris McDaniels and other “Tea Party” Republicans challenging incumbent Republicans. It is all about winning. But why is it that Coulter never scolds establishment Republicans, many who have failed to stand up for Conservative principles in the past, for vowing to “destroy” Tea Party challengers?
If Chris McDaniel’s supporters want to show what bad-ass studs they are, how about walking across the Mississippi River and getting Tom Cotton elected in Arkansas? He’s running against a Democrat, fellas! Or how about walking a little farther down the river, to Louisiana, and helping Bill Cassidy take out another Democrat? Those two Democrats, Sens. Mark Pryor and Mary Landrieu, are about to win re-election in red states — despite voting for Obamacare and amnesty. And tea partiers are still focused like a laser beam on making Republican senators more perfect, rather than beating Democrats.
Well I am sure McDaniel supporters would like to see those two win office, I know I would, But who says tea partiers in those states are NOT going to vote for those Republicans? The problem here is that Coulter does not believe Conservatives can win. Look at the last election. First Coulter was all about Chris Christie or bust. Then it was Mittmainia for her. Coulter bashed Rick Perry, who actually IS a Conservative in favor of Mitt Romney, the candidate the Democrats wanted to run against. So, forgive me if I am not ready to march to Ann Coulter’s marching orders anytime soon. There is a deeper issue here though, one that escapes the wannabe elitist in Coulter
Yes, it’s annoying to see a Republican appeal to Democratic voters to save his seat.
See, Ann just does not get it. Chochran campaign did not “appeal” to Black voters Ann, they openly race baited against McDaniels, calling him a racist. Is Ann Coulter OK with that? I think most Tea Party folks would have been OK with supporting Chochran if he had won the run off. But when he LOST the primary to McDaniels, and then pulled out the Race Card, well that is hardly a sign of anyone that ought to hold a Senate seat now is it? It is deplorable enough when Democrats go there, but when a Republican does it, well it makes me wonder what else that Republican will do to retain power. It is about principles Ann, maybe grasping that is just above your character level? This is simple folks. Whoever wins a Republican primary ought to support the winner, no matter who wins. But the GOP establishment seems to care more about holding on to power than about America.
We have heard rhetoric like Coulter’s before. We heard it when we were told we had to support Charlie Crist, who has since shown what a bottom feeder he is. We hear it constantly. Milton Wolf should not dare challenge Pat Roberts in Kansas, we should all just line up and vote for who the NRSC, and NRCC tell us too right Ann? And then, when these establishment candidates forget their campaign promises and go wishy-washy, and let us down, AGAIN, then what? I guess we can all have fun looking at Ann Coulters shocked face huh?
What? You mean the establishment let us down again?