Reply to Judy Brown comment about Mississippi

From: Bob H.
Sent on: Thursday, June 26, 2014 11:49 PM

I recommend not over reacting to Mississippi. This is what you get when you have an “open primary.” This is nothing new. Open primaries were invented to “select” the other party’s candidates. This was done by the Dems for years to protect “Jim Crow” policies and stall Civil Rights legislation.  


The question now ----- do you want to defeat Cochran and retain Harry Reid as Senate leader or do you want to spare America another two years of Harry Reid by supporting the election of Cochran. You can whine and threaten the GOP but you can’t change the choice. Think about it --- what is best for our nation ---- Harry Reid ensuring the fundamental transformation of America ----- or a Senate that will obstruct Obama? (The choice is do you want a Senate where Ryan Paul and Mike Lee will have a voice or a Senate where Reid will continue to silence them.)


This is about our nation not a political party or our frustration with a political party.


Nobody said it was going to be easy to save America. Just be thankful we are not at Valley Forge with that Virginia General (Washington) that the New England militias couldn’t trust so they encouraged their men not to re-enlist.



From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Judith S. Brown
Sent: Thursday, June 26,[masked]:04 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: Re: [912PGHSouthHills] Sandy Hook


After what happened in Mississippi I  realize that there is no republican party.  The democrats have become the communist party and the establishment republicans have become the new democrat party and those who are party of the 912, tea party etc. are the new republican party.  Thad Cochran was elected by democrats.  He votes with the democrats.  Boehner give Obama/democrats anything he/they want. 

There's no political solution to saving our country.



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