Ya know, fruit loose, just as long as we get all ya's slave owners out of anything resembling authority, we'll be doing quite nice.
I have a lot of respect for Mr. DeLay, but he better take heed. If he thinks Guns, Abortion and Anti-Liberalizem were a wave to ride into power, this:
will be a tsunami. Wake up Republican Party!
"DeLays message: Play nice with your Republican colleagues or youre going to remain stuck in your lowly committee positions."
Hmmmm, that's not what George W. Bush did as governor of Texas, when he ran RiNO primary challengers against conservative incumbents on the Texas state school board who were fighting Democrats on the board and the people from Norman Lear's People for the American Way over textbook content. PAW and the NEA were defending socialist and Leftist propaganda in schoolbooks against homegrown Texas critics who objected to children's being propagandized with tendentiously liberal, humanist, and nihilist course content. Bush and his political people weighed in on the wrong side.
Bush also stood aside as gay termites in the state government began quietly allowing homosexual couples to adopt wards of the State, in violation of Texas law, and didn't lift a finger to help a conservative woman whom gay-friendly state administrators fired in retaliation for blowing the whistle on the gay cabal.
There's another problem with DeLay's message:
When your party ceases to discuss public issues openly and honestly, your party becomes a conspiracy against the people as issues go behind closed doors and get settled in backroom deals, anaerobically and out of sight. Running your party out of a back room is how you grow corruption, not honest, clean government.