Skip to comments.In Mississippi, Senate hopeful Chris McDaniel embodies what the GOP fears about the tea party
Posted on 06/10/2014 2:15:50 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
COLDWATER, Miss. Amid the Confederate flags, the guns and the pigs in pens and on plates Chris McDaniel worked the Tate County Fair in search of votes in his quest to beat Sen. Thad Cochran in a runoff election in two weeks.
I need you, McDaniel said to Brandy Davis, before also greeting Bobby Goodwin, a heavyset man carrying a handgun, at a booth for the Citizens Militia of Mississippi. The members of the militia, whose motto is Any fate but submission, implored the Republican to take a hard-line stance on immigration and gun rights. McDaniel assured them that he would and that he is not going to join any club in Washington.
This is a peek back to a better time, he told a reporter a short while later as he walked through a sea of makeshift stands. Im a Jeffersonian and a Reaganite, and I like to remember how good things once were.
If McDaniel is going to beat Cochran, it will be in large part because of supporters such as those in Coldwater on Saturday, where the latest cause celebre of the tea party movement held his first post- primary event of note. Like many here, McDaniel is a true outsider surrounded by volunteers with limited political experience, he engages little with the news media and less with leaders of his party....
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America’s greatest enemy is the MSM.
Gee, I don’t think the WP got in enough snarky jabs about Southerners.
“Americas greatest enemy is the MSM.”
An equal enemy is the educational systems K thru Grad school.
I have posted many times that the Marxist control both media and education. Those are the golden keys for the takeover of America, and they are wining.
A lot of the American people are what might be called “Jane Fonda Marxists” but don’t know it.
Isn’t Costa the “conservative” hire at the Post? I think he used to write for National Review. Odd how all their supposed “rightwing” writers turn out to be libs.
Ah yes, if only Southerners could read and write, they might make something of themselves, right, you Washington Post bigots?
The South really should cut off the north and let them fend for themselves. Let’s see who would survive this time.
Mississippi ping minus- Theodore R. He’s already had his say,
Gee, somebodies at WaPo aren’t gett’in worried are they?
Good move WKB! Thanks for the ping.