Barbour, meanwhile, is not a fan.
I think he will get his head handed to him, and that will be what he deserves, the former governor, now a lobbyist, said of Chris McDaniel before he announced his primary bid.
posted on 01/20/2014 10:28:16 AM PST
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Now that is an arrogant statement which ensures that not only will I vote for McDaniel, but will do my level best to make sure everyone I come into contact does so also. So Barbour thinks McDaniel “deserves” to lose, merely for having the audacity to challenge an incumbent who has not represented the constituents who voted for him? We know they think that way, but it’s unbelievable that someone usually as politically acute as Barbour would come eight and say it. Mississippians are known for their defiance and oppositional attitude, and I will make sure that everyone I meet knows Barbour said this, because it will make a lot of folks vote for McDaniel just to show Barbour.
posted on 01/20/2014 11:19:16 AM PST
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Barbour, meanwhile, is not a fan. I think he will get his head handed to him, and that will be what he deserves, the former governor, now a lobbyist, said of Chris McDaniel before he announced his primary bid.
What's ironic is that Haley came into the public eye by doing exactly what Chris McDaniel is doing, challenging a long time sitting Senator in a primary. ;o)
posted on 01/20/2014 3:37:06 PM PST
Haley look like a mad ol’ catfish, doesn’t he? Pitiful
posted on 01/20/2014 8:00:08 PM PST
by Theodore R.
(TX Republicans can't wait until March 4 to nominate Cornball and George P.!)
Sounds just like what we’d expect ‘ol “Backstabbin” Barbour to say.
posted on 01/20/2014 8:12:10 PM PST
by Jane Long
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