Skip to comments.Tea party challenger to Virginia’s Cantor no-shows two events with key D.C. conservatives
Posted on 05/15/2014 1:51:19 AM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
Wednesday was supposed to be the day that tea party activist David Brat finally became a cause for national conservative leaders.
Apparently, final exams got in the way.
Brat, a primary challenger to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), made arrangements to attend two exclusive meetings Wednesday: anti-tax activist Grover Norquists weekly breakfast at the Washington offices of Americans for Tax Reform, and the Weyrich lunch, a Capitol Hill gathering of hard-right operatives named after the late conservative strategist Paul Weyrich.
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Yeah, but poot form to schedule those meetings and then back out at the last minute because he had “academic obligations.” That just helps Cantor make his case against Brat.
Poor guy. It’s like when I promised the kids I’d go on their field trip, and then things blew up at work.
I’m in Va7. I would love to send Mr. Brat 1k today. I cannot, because I have no faith I will not be audited by the IRS after I do so.
Wapoo spin. Wapoo knows most TEA (taxed enough already) groups figured out Norquist is a front for big bossyness and Cantor who got booed needs some poo to be thrown at Brat.
Then you have succumbed to just the pall of fear that Obama intended his IRS to spread.
I thought about this a lot.
Sounds like a SETUP, especially with Norquist involved. They agree to a time to meet in DC, and then Cantor gets on the phone with his buddy at the college and has him call a MANDATORY MEETING at the same time.
Brat’s playing with the big boys now, he needs to watch out.