Tuesday, May 18, 2010

A Quick Summary Of Tonight's Primary Action

Via RedState:

Arlen Specter is no more. Hahahahahahaha. This makes the fourth person in a statewide race to lose after Barack Obama campaigned for him.

Trey Grayson went down in flames to Rand Paul, who openly embraced the tea party label.

Tim Burns lost the special election in PA-12, but will now run in the general election for November against the Democrat. It is important to note that the Democrat, Critz, to get the win had to run to the right, repudiating large portions of Barack Obama’s agenda.

In Arkansas, it looks like Blanche Lincoln will make it into a runoff, but her margin of victory is so close to Lt. Gov. Halter, she could lose the run off. She too ran against Barack Obama.

The only Democrat to survive out and out the night running to the left was Joe Sestak. And Pat Toomey is going to beat him in November.

Oh, and on Saturday, Charles Djou, a Republican, is going to win in a heavily Democrat district in Hawaii.

Things are looking generally pretty dismal for the Democrats, especially in races where Obama campaigns heavily for them. Combined with the consistent polling data and the Republican victories in key governorships and the Mass. Senate race, it is undeniably a trend rather than a hiccup. The American people are rejecting the radical Leftist agenda of Barack Obama and the Democrat party, and we're likely to see an unprecedented electoral annihilation on November 2nd.

The only question remains: can they do enough permanent damage between now and November that we cannot recover from it? One way or another, we'll find out.

There's my two cents.

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