Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Shaking the establishment's foundation

PJ Media's David Steinberg has followed the Cantor-Brat contest, and offers his advice for others fighting the establishment.
The candidate who did not lie in his campaign material, did not attempt to disenfranchise voters at several county conventions, did not help install a paid advisor as party executive director, did not headline a retreat discussing how to effectively marginalize his party’s base, and did not employ a crooked, Tammany Hall thug as chief adviser just won, and the Republican Party, having chosen the path Cantor exemplified, has the opportunity to be a more representative party and to change course before November.
The people have spoken.
The advisors need to be quiet.

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