Plan for Democrat success in the midterms

Run as Republicans.

Mr. Critz focused heavily on local issues while casting himself as an opponent of much of the national Democratic Party’s agenda, a sign that the party’s legislative successes may give little lift to its candidates. Mr. Critz called himself “pro-life” and “pro-gun,” and said he wouldn’t have voted for the health-care overhaul—though he declined to call for its repeal.

Pro-life. Pro-gun. Anti-Obamacare. Democrat. Of course, all that was stuff he said before he went to Washington.

The district “was exactly the type of seat Republicans needed to win in order to be successful this fall,” asserted Tim Kaine, chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Mr. Critz’s victory there “demonstrates that Democrats can compete and win in conservative districts.”

Yep, Democrats can run Republicans and WIN! Karl Rove on tuesday’s results:

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says “This is the type of race [the] GOP has to win.” He is right, but just how many other Democrats will be running this year as pro-life, pro-gun, anti-ObamaCare, and against cap and trade?

We’ll find out.

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2 Comments on “Plan for Democrat success in the midterms”

  1. MCPO Airdale Says:

    It’s not about any of that. . . it’s about Johnstown’s unquenchable desire to live off the largess of others’ earnings.

  2. Bob Says:

    Gonna be hard to beat Rand Paul. Especially after his statements supporting racial discrimination. Yee Haw Tea Party! Yee Haw!

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