On the meaning of the Mid-terms. Teabaggers Beware!
Have you noticed the cautionary murmurings being heard from Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove?
Gillespie has been warning against trying to repeal the Democratic health reform outright. Rove has extended his criticisms of the O’Donnell Senate candidacy in
to the possibility of a Sarah Palin presidential candidacy. These noises, cautious in public, have presumably been expressed even more emphatically in private. Delaware
If the word “establishment” means anything, Rove and Gillespie are it. Their “American Crossroads,” built in a single election cycle, has emerged almost as a shadow RNC. Through most of that cycle, they refrained from direct confrontation with Tea Party radicalism. But now it seems: they may be getting ready to rumble.
Ex-Comrade David Frum, Expelled from the GOP for Counter-revolutionary Activities.
For now the Teabaggers have saved the Country from Imaginary Socialism and other scary things, both real and imagined. However, there will be a point in time, where this ridiculous Movement which started a month after the President took office and in response to a non-existent Tax Increase and bailout initiated by the previous President, will cease to be of practical use to the party bosses. Useful idiots today, yes. But their use has its limits, apparently.
Baggers you have been warned. Your Party Bosses are not as frightened of imaginary Socialism as you are. If you turn your back on them, they will do what comes naturally.