Monday, November 12, 2012

Jesse Benton Jumped Onto A Sinking Ship

By, Chris Rossini
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When Jesse Benton jumped ship, he wrote of his new boss:
..I saw firsthand Sen. McConnell’s ability to unite traditional Republicans, fiscal and social conservatives, tea party activists, independents and conservative Democrats to form a broad coalition that could win.
How did these unbelievable abilities stack up in the 2012 Election?

Big whiff!


To top it off, McConnell has an opportunist campaign manager, who does not have a grassroots movement that he can piggyback on.

Bon Voyage!

10 comments:

  1. "I saw firsthand Sen. McConnell’s ability to unite traditional Republicans, fiscal and social conservatives, tea party activists, independents and conservative Democrats to form a broad coalition that could win. Then I put down the crack pipe, cashed my check, and wondered aloud what marketable skills I have when my money runs out 20 years from now."

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  2. Couldn't have happened to a more deserving guy

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  3. Better luck next time

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  4. The republicans probably shouldn't have shunned, ignored, cheated, bullied, rule changed, and defrauded the grassroots efforts. Of course, they never discuss this as a possible reason for losing. They are too busy battling their own grassroots as fervently as they are battling the democrats. Just remember how they marginalized the Tea Party after infiltrating that effort. It is more about winning and losing than it is about principles. The world is rife with examples of how political systems/government dependence is a sham. Parker Brothers could not have designed a better game.

    As for Benton, he is just another sellout.

    Good game.

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  5. Benton got paid just the same. That's all he ever cared about anyway.

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    1. A one time payoff vs a career he could have built. So even at this rate, Benton is not going to have a career.

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  6. LOL Republicans. Fuck you.

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    1. LOL 2 party paradigm. Vote with your feet. Walk away from this farce of a representative government. Starve the beast, it's the only way we're ever going to see real change.

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  7. Uniter? Remember back to 2010 when McConnell did everything he could, including supporting a hopeless establishment candidate, to oppose Rand Paul's Senate run. McConnell is just as much a Big-Government Statist as Harry Reid! He just changes his rhetoric around election time. Look at his votes, as well as the ones he's tried to quash... THAT will give you a better idea of who Mitch McConnell REALLY is!

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