Tea party dunking primary opponents

Tea party dunking primary opponents

There are 19 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Sep 15, 2010, titled Tea party dunking primary opponents. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell jokes with a supporter at her election night party in Dover, Del.

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Sparky

Dublin, OH

#1 Sep 15, 2010
So the RINO Mike Castle got beat, and now conservatives are supposed to worry that O'Donnell will lose to the Democrat in the Delaware Senate race when Castle may have had a good chance.

Castle represents everything that is wrong with the GOP.

Castle voted for the TARP bill, the "stimulus" bill, the Cap-and-Tax bill, and also voted for a full investigation into George Bush committing war crimes. That's NOT a "Republican".

If the people of Delaware are that STUPID to continue to vote for liberals, then so be it.
Mark

Natchitoches, LA

#2 Sep 15, 2010
Sparky wrote:
So the RINO Mike Castle got beat, and now conservatives are supposed to worry that O'Donnell will lose to the Democrat in the Delaware Senate race when Castle may have had a good chance.
Castle represents everything that is wrong with the GOP.
Castle voted for the TARP bill, the "stimulus" bill, the Cap-and-Tax bill, and also voted for a full investigation into George Bush committing war crimes. That's NOT a "Republican".
If the people of Delaware are that STUPID to continue to vote for liberals, then so be it.
The people of Delaware will make a mistake if they vote to send
a Marxist Obama supporter to the Senate. Obama will continue his unAmerican romp over the American people.
What about Andy

United States

#3 Sep 15, 2010
So - this means that the Tea Partiers in Del Co will stand by their principles and not support Andy Brenner, right? He did go before the County Commissioners on Monday and ask for more taxpayer dollars to run his office.

If we won't back a RINO nationally - seems hypocritical to support one right here in our own back yard.
Yost lied too

Deshler, OH

#4 Sep 15, 2010
What about Andy wrote:
So - this means that the Tea Partiers in Del Co will stand by their principles and not support Andy Brenner, right? He did go before the County Commissioners on Monday and ask for more taxpayer dollars to run his office.
If we won't back a RINO nationally - seems hypocritical to support one right here in our own back yard.
Yost pitched for the 50 million dollar courthouse and the tax rollback to pay for his giant expenses in his office he incrased including all those trips to Athens that Delaware paid for.

Don't forget his big flip flop from AG to Auditor to clear the ticket for DeWine
Shokanman

Columbus, OH

#5 Sep 15, 2010
What about Andy wrote:
So - this means that the Tea Partiers in Del Co will stand by their principles and not support Andy Brenner, right? He did go before the County Commissioners on Monday and ask for more taxpayer dollars to run his office.
If we won't back a RINO nationally - seems hypocritical to support one right here in our own back yard.
As long as we are talking about Ohio RINOs, let's not forget John Kasich. I'd like to see the level of support he gets from the TEA Party.
howrad

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Sep 15, 2010
I believe this administration, the democrats, and republicans are worried about the Tea Party Folks, as well they should be. Folks are going to start holding the politicians accountable.

Since: Jul 10

Reynoldsburg, OH

#7 Sep 15, 2010
John Boehner needs a Tea Party Challenger.

“So far left, I'm right”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#8 Sep 15, 2010
great delaware has an anti-masturbation candidate on the ticket in tea partier o'donnell. fantastic, well there goes the Delaware branch of the Master Debaters Society

“So far left, I'm right”

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#9 Sep 15, 2010
mOre am3rican than F0X wrote:
John Boehner needs a Tea Party Challenger.
boener needs a natural skin hue, not another republican masquerading as a "new" party challenger.
really

Columbus, OH

#10 Sep 15, 2010
Democrats say they want so desperately to meet Tea Party members in the election. Scott Brown anyone? Chris Christie? Bob MacDonnell? Republicans have and will continue to win big.
Don't think for a minute that O'Donnell can't win. The media and the Dems have been predicting Republican gloom all year and they've been wrong.
dandydon64

Mount Vernon, OH

#11 Sep 15, 2010
really wrote:
Democrats say they want so desperately to meet Tea Party members in the election. Scott Brown anyone? Chris Christie? Bob MacDonnell? Republicans have and will continue to win big.
Don't think for a minute that O'Donnell can't win. The media and the Dems have been predicting Republican gloom all year and they've been wrong.
I guess Karl Rove has turned to the left.
the truth

Greenbrier, AR

#12 Sep 15, 2010
Hey dems and RINOS can you hear us now?

Sara Palin has more ballsss then all of you new castrody including the good old boys of the GOP progressive lights.
Lfod

Defiance, OH

#13 Sep 15, 2010
These wins are not a republican endorsement. They are a warning to both parties to return to the Constitution OR ELSE! This could be their last warning, because most taxpayers can do math!
dave chappelle

Grove City, OH

#14 Sep 15, 2010
dandydon64 wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess Karl Rove has turned to the left.
He's been there for a long time. I was shocked that Rush let him sit in as host on the radio last month. Now Rush is seriously po'd. He was in shock himself after what Rove said on Fox last night.
Rove made Bush a worse president than he could have been.

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#15 Sep 15, 2010
dandydon64 wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess Karl Rove has turned to the left.
Karl Rove is not necessarily for the Democrats but is for big government. In my oppinion, Rove has just damaged some of his credibility. He needs to figure out if he is a Patriotic American or if he wants to remain one of the Good Ole' Boys. America no longer needs the Good Ole' Boys. We need people that will help put a stop to the corruption and Socialism that has gotten into our government. This is such a chance for the people of Delaware to step out and help lead the way in putting a stop to the socialism that is in Washington, DC. I am ashamed of the way the Republican Party has acted toward Christine O'Donnell. Stand behind her and put her in the Senate this coming term. I can't vote for her but I can cheer you people on for making the right decision.

Since: Jul 09

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#16 Sep 15, 2010
Lfod wrote:
These wins are not a republican endorsement. They are a warning to both parties to return to the Constitution OR ELSE! This could be their last warning, because most taxpayers can do math!
Lfod, If the Republicans aren't careful and keep refusing to back people from the Tea Party in trying to turn us back to a government run according to the Constitution, they may find that they have created a new political party that can take elections away from them. Keep fighting and gathering strength. I am all for a party that will be for the people. I used to be a Democrat. The Democratic party went liberal and left me. I went to the Republican Party and they have started trying to copy the Democrats. I need a party that is for the Constitution and a government Of The People, By The People, and For The People. Nothing else is good enough.

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#17 Sep 15, 2010
Typo: Oppinion in post 15 should read opinion.
Sparky

Dublin, OH

#18 Sep 15, 2010
dandydon64 wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess Karl Rove has turned to the left.
Seeing as how Rove was an integral part of the Bush administration, he was no staunch conservative to begin with.

The Bush family was the worst thing to happen to the conservative movement, because they gave fuel to the liberal media to re-define conservatism to be whatever the Bushes were doing.

So it's no irony that Karl Rove and Dana Perino are saying that candidates supported by the Tea Party can't win in November.

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#19 Sep 16, 2010
All of you excuse me for saying it but Mike Castle is about a Arse/hole for the way he attacked Christine O'Donnell after the election was over. A person that can't support his party's Chosen candidate is not needed anyway. This would not have happened if he hadn't been supporting Obama and his Socialist Agenda. Thank you people for voting him out of office. If the REpublicans don't wake up, there will be more of the incumbants voted out of office.

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