You don't know the first thing about logic.<quoted text>
Oh, now I see. What you're saying is that if Democrat voters had something to do with this, they would have chosen a more conservative candidate instead of the more liberal candidate. You know..... because conservative candidates are immediate losers?
I guess the Republican party is becoming liberal now....... huh? Republicans couldn't have possibly chosen a conservative candidate, especially with the emerging Tea Party crowd and the fact moderates have no chance at winning.
I disagree. I mean, if our voters were going to jump party lines, I think we would do so to nominate the most conservative Democrat. I mean, after all, in the event we lose, we sure as hell wouldn't want to deal with a Commie left-winger. We would rather tolerate a moderate Democrat instead.
Your theory defies logic.
Here we go for the last time. If Democrats were to have infiltrated the GOP primaries, they wouldn't have voted for the most liberal or most conservative. They would have voted for the most unelectable. Rick Perry. Half drunk at the debates. Couldn't remember 3 things. Belong to a club called "Ni**erhead Ranch." You know, a completely unelectable nutjob. It would have been him or Bachman.
You really need to learn to think outside the cab a little bit.