Tuesday, December 06, 2005

A possible turning point?

Today could be a historic turning point. This could be the day that Republicans finally realize how serious American citizens are about the illegal alien crises.

As I write California's special election is happening. Minutman founder and Independent candidate for congress Jim Gilchrist is running and it seems that Republicans may be voting the illegal alien issue rather than for the schmuck with an -R next to his name.

This is a vote that party strategists will be watching closely.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm going to make it as plain as possible>>>>>>

Immigration...Illegal immigration HAS to be the number 1 issue next election.

BTW, To all the "Schumcks" that are tired of Daniel talking about ILLEGALS>>>TOUGH! Illegal aliens are here to create LA RAZA's take over. Think I'm wrong>>> just wait!

Daniel said...

We're going to win. Every day another person becomes a crime victim and the perpetrator is an illegal alien. Those victims join our side.

Sailor Republica said...

Gilchrist lost.

Ken Mehlman is gonna pay for this. Heavily.

Anonymous said...

Gilchrist didn't stand a snowball's chance in hell. Mehlman had nothing to do with it. Don't overexaggerate.

Daniel said...

From AP wire:

With about 62,000 absentee ballots counted, Campbell was leading with 53 percent of the vote, followed by Democratic candidate Steve Young, who had 25 percent. Gilchrist was third with nearly 19 percent.

It's still an impressive run with a single issue platform. I would hope that Mehlman would take notice. He won't, but I would hope...

Sailor Republica said...

Mehlman is a softie on immigration reform, Campbell is his errand boy, he got what he wanted.

Pretty damn simple. Now stop towing the party line.