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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    by Rougman on Wed Aug 25, 2010 at 11:24:58 AM EST
    I think we have seen what occurs when the traditional Republican Party has unfettered control of the political landscape--big government by a different name.  Tom "there is no more fat to cut in this budget" Delay and Trent "I've heard enough from those porkbusters" Lott are two fine examples.  The "we can do the same thing for a little less money" is not a trope that I find endearing.

    Unfortunately in the two party system that we have in this country, conservatives represented by the tea party movement will have to co-opt one of the two major political parties if they have any plausible possibility of making necessary changes prior to the point of no return.

    I have no problem with the tea partiers co-opting the Republican Party, but I have serious misgivings of the Republican Party co-opting the tea party movement.  In the first place, these retread Republicans do not deserve the support of voters who have consistently cherished the Constitution of the greatest country to ever have existed, and secondly they can be trusted about as far as Sarah Palin can toss Debbie Stabenow.

    Dan Banishek is a tea partier at heart and believes in conservative principles.  His association with the Republican Party is, I believe, an example of the necessary infiltration of the GOP by tea party sentiment.  My hope is that Glenn Wilson sees the light before he siphons off two percent of the vote in what might be a close election.  

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