Sunday, November 07, 2010

Trent Lott and The Stockholm Syndrome

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott put it plainly: “We did not nominate our strongest candidates.”

Had Republicans run Castle in Delaware and establishment favorites Sue Lowden in Nevada and Jane Norton in Colorado, Lott said, Tuesday would have turned out different.

“With those three we would have won and been sitting at 50 [senators],” he observed.

Trent Lott's career was destroyed by the liberals in Congress and the media... And Trent is still trying to kiss and make up, saying anything to gain their approval. OK... Not exactly the Stockholm Syndrome, but the symmetry is there.

I'm really disappointed in some of the "Establishment Republicans." Mitch Daniels told The Hill, "Republicans fell short of winning control of the Senate because of some weak candidates. We didn't turn up the strongest candidates."

Tea Party Envy.

I'd like to explain something to Karl Rove, Mitch Daniels, Trent Lott, Lindsay Graham, and the rest of the Republican Castrati... If it wasn't for The Tea Party and their so-called weak candidates, the Dems would still be in control of both houses of Congress.

I think the Tea Party needs to replace Lindsay Graham, restrict Mitch Daniels to Indy indefinitely, and send Karl and Trent on a protracted vacation... Some place where they won't be able to find a camera or microphone.



SkyePuppy said...

Republican Castrati

Perfect term for them.

Grammy said...

I agree that this election was just the beginning. I apologize for Lindsay Graham. But we like to think that Jim DeMint picks up some of Lindsay's slack.