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June 09, 2010

Super Tuesday Primaries Some Good, Some BAD and Some....God Help Us!

Voters Angry Over Government Spending


Pro-Obamacare Senator Blanche Lincoln (Democrat ) wins a close primary race in Arkansas. Blanche Lincoln's victory in Arkansas shows signs of weakness in her State for the SEIU and the far-left crowd who sunk a lot of money trying to beat her.

American hero Joe “You Lie!” Wilson won his primary in South Carolina.

The tea-party pick Sharron Angle defeated more established rivals and appeared on track to win the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Nevada—which would give incumbent Democratic Sen. Harry Reid the opponent he had hoped to face. She has received endorsements from the Tea Party Express, Gun Owners of America and Mark Levin. She favors drastically reduced government. She’d like to do away with the IRS and the Department of Education.

State Attorney General Jerry Brown won the Democratic nomination for governor and Meg Whitman (the former eBay chief executive) won the Republican nomination .

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina has won California's GOP primary for U.S. Senate, setting up a general election battle this fall with three-term Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer. Fiorina was the top vote-getter in Tuesday's primary election in a Republican field that included former Rep. Tom Campbell and conservative Assemblyman Chuck DeVore (R-Irvine). Sarah Palin endorsed Carly Fiorina.

So it will be Meg Whitman vs. Jerry Brown, Carly Fiorina vs. Barbara Boxer In November in California.

State Rep. Nikki Haley pushed ahead of three rivals in the Republican gubernatorial race in South Carolina. She will face Rep. Gresham Barrett in a June 22 runoff.



This is VERY bad.....especialy in States like Ca. where the majority is democrat. This could spread to other States as well ~ Wild Thing

From Breitbart

California voters approve open primaries measure

California Proposition 14, Top Two Primaries Act (June 2010)

A California Top Two Primaries Act ballot proposition is on the June 8, 2010 ballot in California as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.
If approved by voters, the proposal will require that candidates run in a single primary open to all registered voters, with the top two vote-getters meeting in a runoff. The new system would take effect in the 2012 elections.
Specifically, it would provide for a "voter-nominated primary election" for each state elective office and congressional office in California. Voters could vote in the primary election for any candidate for a congressional or state elective office without regard to the political party affiliations of either the candidate or the voter. Candidates could choose whether or not to have their political party affiliation displayed on the ballot.
The proposition also prohibits political parties from nominating candidates in a primary, although political parties would be allowed to endorse, support or oppose candidates. Elections for presidential candidates, and for members of political party committees and party central steering committees would not fall under the "top two" system.

Posted by Wild Thing at June 9, 2010 06:47 AM


Open primary - even as extreme as California voters want - may not be a bad thing. If the freaks divide their votes amongst a bunch of candidates, and the sane votes concentrate their votes on one candidate....we win

Posted by: Marvin at June 9, 2010 12:36 PM

I don't know, for California anyway, who else could go up against boxer and win. She definitely has a machine behind her and just kicking her out would be a victory. As I said, we may have to accept some Rino's for the interim, but changes can happen after that. If we regain the Senate with a decent Leader and Jim Demint comes to mind, they could spell the end of Obama.

Posted by: Mark at June 9, 2010 03:47 PM

Marvin, thanks for that.

Our whole country has got to realize how important this election is. November will save our Nation or destroy it even further.

Mark, good point. Love how yo uput is too about Jim DeMint!
To beat Boxer it will take someone not totally conservative all the way. It is like the Scott Brown thing. I hate it, HATE it,but some of these areas will never vote in a true to the bone conservative. Sad and sickening to say the least.

Posted by: Wild Thing at June 10, 2010 03:54 AM