6 thoughts on “Open Thread 11/07/2018”

  1. DE GOP shit the bed. The party desperately needs new leadership. Harrington/Taylor are not getting it done meanwhile ERS is killing it for the Dems. The is no way Lavelle, Simpler or Hudson should have lost and their is no excuse. The top of the ticket was the worst I have ever seen and I’ve been voting since 2004.

    So on to 2020. Assuming the DE GOP has competent leadership, there are 2 seats that should be heavily targeted. First the 9th Senate. Jack Walsh is a weak 1st term legislator and can be beaten. Second, the 14th Senate. If Ennis retires this district is ripe to go red. There are 4 seats that need to be fiercely defended. They are 7th Senate, 22nd rep and 21st rep district.

  2. It’s pretty impressive that 125,000 voters in Delaware took a look at Scotch “Johnny” Walker and said, “Yep, now there’s Congressional material.”

    Think about that. 125,000 people. Here, in Delaware, walking around loose among us.

    It’s really something, if you think about it.

  3. Al Catraz (i.e., the same person who has been using fake names for 8 years at least) COMMENTS: “It’s pretty impressive that 125,000 voters in Delaware took a look at Scotch “Johnny” Walker and said, “Yep, now there’s Congressional material.”

    IS THAT what they said?

    Or did they say “We are so ticked off at you phonies in the establishment that we are willing to pick ANYONE to stick a thumb in your eye! ”

    Did the voters like Walker?

    Or did they hate the status quo?

    They have tried every way they know how to demand change.

    The Republican establishment just won’t listen.

    The GOP-E refuses to change.

    The voters are going to get increasingly extreme in their attempts to poke the GOP-E in the eye.

    As long as the Republican elites refuse to listen, refuse to reform, refuse to change, the voters are going to keep finding ways to give the Republican party the middle finger.

    So do you really think people voted FOR Walker or AGAINST the Republican establishment?

  4. CONSIDER:

    The establishment of the Delaware Republican Party reject Scott Walker and all but tell the voters

    DON’T VOTE FOR SCOTT WALKER.

    So what do the voters do?

    Having been told by their “betters” in the GOP elite not to vote for Scott Walker

    125,384 of them vote for Scott Walker.

    Set aside Walker for a moment of thinking about the bigger picture.

    WHY do 125,384 reject the opinons of the Delaware Republican elites?

    Why is it that 125,384 Delaware voters tell the DEGOP to go stuff it and stick their opinions where the sun don’t shine?

    Why is it that 125,384 don’t give a flip what the DEGOP leadership thinks about the U.S. House race?

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