Horrible GOP Candidates Show Party Is Dying

Filed in National by on September 23, 2018

Delaware Republicans have been shocked white — well, whiter — by the antics of their congressional nominee, but Scott Walker isn’t an isolated situation. All over the country, GOP candidates, most of them already officeholders, are being exposed as execrable human beings.

I’m not talking about the garden-variety graft that goes on
in both parties, though of course there’s plenty of that on display as well.

These headlines all appeared yesterday at HuffPo:

“Arizona Republican’s Siblings Endorse His Opponent In Brutal Ads”

“Congressman Discounts Kavanaugh’s ‘Supposed’ Assault That Didn’t Go ‘Anywhere’”

“Minnesota Lawmaker Drops Re-Election Bid After Daughter Claims He Molested Her”

These aren’t people we simply disagree with on government policies. These are really shitty people. And the corporate types who used to run that party know it. They’re forced to accept them because that’s all they’ve got left. Their younger generation is totally out of step with its contemporaries.

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  1. RSE says:

    The voters were ill-informed. The only reason Scott Walker is the nominee is because people had heard the name before. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Walker Texas Ranger, Tennessee Walker or whatever the hell it was, sometimes things are just that simple.

    The fact that the Del Dems demanded that the Delaware GOP renounce this guy though, could lead to a question of whether they may be just a little bit worried that disgruntled people may vote for the crazy as a shot across the bow of the establishment.

  2. bamboozer says:

    Yep, the voters are always ill informed, it’s an American tradition we pay a huge price for. As for Republican creeps crooks and crud being found out, called out and charged for their behavior I love it. Nothing like the high and mighty taking a well deserved fall to brighten my day.

  3. RE Vanella says:

    Believing the GOP primary candidate for Delaware’s only US House seat is Wisconsin governor is “ill informed” is I guess one way to put it.

  4. mouse says:

    And the bitter old white people are dying off, nah ha~!