Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Principled versus Unprincipled: Rand Paul elected in Kentucky by a wide margin and "Single Bullet Theory" Arlen Specter finally retired in PA.

“I have a message, a message from the tea party, a message that is loud and clear and does not mince words: We have come to take our government back.” -- Rand Paul, victory speech last night.

Rand Paul at Open Carry Rally in Kentucky back in March.

Rand Paul wins.

"Single-Bullet Theory" Arlen Specter loses.

Now, if the 2010 federal election actually happens . . .


Anonymous said...

If the federal election actually happens what America needs is more Rand Pauls to stand as candidates. There aren't enough good candidates to make a difference even if the votes are there!

idahobob said...

Repeat after me:

"No Incumbents....PERIOD!!"


Dr. Richard said...

Good riddance to Specter. He was a RINO weazel who cared only about his own power who switched parties.

Rand Paul has a very good chance of being in the Senate in January. Pitty I cann't vote for him to replace of our statist senators (Webb and Warner) here in Virginia. At least Rand will get two votes from my brother and sister in law who live in Kentucky.

Dennis308 said...

This makes one hope for a brighter future.Sometime One Man or just a few people can and do make the differince.
I can hope but I won´t stop prepairing, not yet anyway.


Anonymous said...

White House aides said they wanted to avoid risking the president's political capital in another losing effort.

What happened to all that talk of "democracy", Barry?

jeffohio said...

The image of him coming out of that voting booth says


Also, do you notice the round Senate "bug", in the lower right?

Huh? Do they put those things on the door to the crapper, before he enters?


jeffohio said...

Maybe that bug is the seal of Pa?

Anyone know?