Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Time to Primary John Cornyn

Although the junior Senator from Texas, John Cornyn, has just been re-elected to his Senate seat in the last election, it’s not too early to plan John Cornyn’s early retirement package. Because it is time to primary John Cornyn.

Today, John Cornyn became an apologist for liberal Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter.

From CQ Politics:

“While we were disappointed by Senator Specter’s decision to switch parties, he was very candid to acknowledge that this was simply nothing more, nothing less than political self-preservation.

As Leader McConnell indicated, his own pollster told him he could not win the Republican primary in Pennsylvania. So his only options were to leave the Senate or to switch parties, since he was determined or he was convinced he could not win as an independent.”

Hah! He left the Republican Party because he couldn’t be re-elected? John Cornyn lies! John Cornyn, himself a liberal, avoids the issue. Arlen Specter didn’t leave the Republican Party because he simply wanted to stay in office. He left The Party because he has become a communist.

A fascist communist.

And so is John Cornyn.

John Cornyn, who endorsed Arlen Specter over a true conservative, a True Republican. The Club for Growth’s own Pat Toomey.

That’s why we need to get rid of this senator. He no longer serves in the interests of the right-thinking People of Texas. John the Fascist.

And with righteous groups like The Club for Growth raising True Republican consciousness (and raising campaign cash to boot) we can recruit and run a True Republican against Communist Cornyn.

Who do we look to, to get this done? A few names come to mind. Congressman Tom DeLay comes to mind. He has been in Virginia for far too long and needs to come home to Texas. Another who comes to mind is Speaker Tom Craddick. With the Texas legislature being influenced by liberal communists, Tom Craddick would be better used by True Republicans in the US Senate.

Whoever we run, it’s time now to put the wheels in motion.

[Note to Googlers: this is supposed to be a parody. I’m not serious.]

1 comment:

Bob said...

Be careful of what you wish for. Even in jest.