Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Christmas Comes Early in Pennsylvania

Sestak Defeats Specter in Pennsylvania Democratic
Primary


Rep. Joe Sestak sent Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter into retirement Tuesday with a stunning come-from-behind victory in the the Democratic primary.
Specter becomes the third incumbent member of Congress in two weeks to lose his job, after Republican Sen. Bob Bennett lost the GOP nomination at the party's Utah convention and Democratic Rep. Alan Mollohan lost a primary in West Virginia.


It couldn't have happened to a nicer fellow if you ask me. It is about time that these scum suckers got the message and the people outed them and sent them packing. Arlen Spector is just the first of many RINO's and democrats that are going to be shown the door this season and I for one say "good riddance."

Now, let's hope for the same fate for John McCain and Lindsey Graham and the others who have sold their souls and betrayed the people who elected them.

2 comments:

XtnYoda said...

Lincoln is in bad trouble in Arkansas. Even though she made the runoff there was a third party fellow that was never heard of that received like 13% of the vote... and that 13% probably isn't going for Lincoln in the next vote... the guy was very conservative himself.

Plus... our Republican winner, Boozman, got over 50% out of a field of 8 candidates! He's leading Both the Democrats in all polls.

Locutisprime said...

I like to think that there are a lot of them in trouble. I am just glad to see that Specter was beaten. Next on the list now is McCain IMO,