August 1, 2012

The TEA Party channels its inner Mark Twain

Dear Lt Gov. Dewhurst, Former Senators Bennett and Lugar, Eric Boehlert and his Media Matters cronies, and the rest of the GOP establishment / leftwing media complex:

The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.

Yours,
TP

cc: Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Mark Levin

Posted by Jeff G. @ 8:36am
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Comments (12)

  1. Dick Lugar was unavailable for comment.

  2. Sometimes it’s nice to be reminded that all is not lost. We may not win the battle to restore the republic, but we’re not going down without a fight!

  3. I thought I saw this morning that Cruz was polling at 3% just this January. Feiler much much faster.

  4. I keep hoping the media and Dems keep thinking such – they will never see the punch coming, until it connects. Never correct a foe in the midst of making a grievous mistake.

  5. My only issue there is that for the low info voters, this is part of how they decide – which way are most people going? Perceptions lead to reality.

  6. My only issue there is that for the low info voters, this is part of how they decide – which way are most people going? Perceptions lead to reality.

    Which is precisely the point behind all of these bullshit poles. The MFM is purposefully skewing the samples to get the numbers as high as possible for Obama. As more and more low information voters start paying attention, they’ll see how far ahead Obama is in the “critical” states and assume he’s going to win again. The most likely impact will be to force borderline Romney voters to stay home.

    Game. Set. Match.

    The Tea Party movement needs a massive GOTV effort this fall. It looks like that is happening, but nothing can be taken for granted. We’re fighting the 4th Estate in a death match, and no expense can be spared.

  7. I wouldn’t assume that low info voters pay more attention to polls than they do to campaign commercials.

  8. It could be the low information voters are look for the (I)ncumbent after a candidates name and are to the point they pull the lever, so to speak, for someone other than the incumbent.

  9. That’s certainly Dick Morris’s theory Blake.

  10. The really cool thing, Ernst is an endorsement by the GOP establishment is almost a kiss of death these days. At the very least, people seem to look a lot closer at candidates sponsored by the GOP.

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