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Murkowski concedes

Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 10:57 pm - August 31, 2010.
Filed under: 2010 Elections,Sarah Palin,Tea Party

Another member of the Alaska Republican establishment falls victim to the reforming zeal of Sarah Palin:  Incumbent Lisa Murkowski has conceded to challenger Joe Miller in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate.

Speaking to reporters at her campaign headquarters in Anchorage, Murkowski said “based on where we are right now, I don’t see a scenario where the primary will turn out in my favor.”

The concession come after a day of counting absentee ballots in which Murkowski gained little ground on Miller, the Fairbanks attorney backed by former Gov. Sarah Palin and the Tea Party Express.

There will be another Republican committed to cutting the federal budget and repealing Obamacare in the 112th Senate.

If a conservative said this*, it would be hate speech**

John Cusack Calls for ‘Satanic Death’ of Fox News, GOP Leaders

*(about MSNBC, CNN & Democratic Leaders)

**& it would generate far more attention in the MSM.

“Obama Bingo” or “In the Cards”

Posted by Sarjex at 7:21 pm - August 31, 2010.
Filed under: cartoons

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Short-lived victory for gay rights’ in California?

The California Senate failed to pass a bill which would have made it more difficult for gay citizens of the Golden State to protect themselves against hate crimes:

The California Senate rejected a bill Monday that would have made it illegal to carry unloaded guns in public, but lawmakers will give the vote one more try.

Monday’s 20-16 vote fell one short of the majority needed, but the Senate will reconsider the measure Tuesday.

Let’s hope Equality California (EqCA) and other groups concerned will the welfare of gay people are working hard to keep state Senators from voting in favor of this bill.

Now, if all law-abiding citizens could obtain Concealed Carry permits in the Golden State, gay people would feel a lot safer. Aware that gay people might be armed, thugs would be far less likely to attack us.  (Alas, that that is not even under consideration.)

The current bill would take one more right away form us and I trust those so concerned about our rights will be working overtime to defeat it again when the Senate reconsiders it.

(H/t:  Instapundit.)

We don’t need no reeducation
We don’t need no thought control . . .
Hey, Secretary, leave us Americans alone!

HHS Secretary: Americans need ‘re-education’ on Obamacare

What is it with Obama Democrats, like followers of a long discredited creed, since relegated, as one wise and prescient man put it, to “the ash heap of history“, want to reeducate those who don’t share their views?