9 Jun

Perhaps the “Tea Party Coalition” of 2 – 5 individuals could endorse a state senate candidate who is eligible to serve that district.

Or votes.

Or is registered to vote.

Or is remotely serious.

Or something.

7 Responses to “LOLiticians”

  1. Christopher Byrd at 12:08 am #

    This Matt Ricchiazzi kid seemed to be destined for good things politically when he rolled on the scene last year for the mayor’s race…now…I don’t know what the hell he is trying to do and me thinks he doesn’t either.

  2. Mike Walsh at 12:20 am #

    What a reporting coup..I’m waiting to see horse references and a scoop on a coed sex tape next…

  3. Hapklein at 5:44 am #

    We could stop this endless parade of mediocrity that seeks to replace non-performance with ideology by following the California model:
    Imagine throw three or four of these palookas into the ring and selecting the top two vote getters.

    It would save us from big wealth seeking to lead us to…well, actually the current saviors have not yet thought that far ahead but promise that once we give them power and incumbency they will deliver something…with anger too!

  4. Ward at 7:10 am #

    Almost as risible as the candidate your party nominated (59%) in the primary for Senate in South Carolina last week. An unemployed guy who lives in his mom’s house and has a pending porn charge against him.
    That would be the U. S. Senate, by the way.
    On the Democrat line.
    LOL indeed.

  5. Ward at 4:47 pm #

    Update — SC Democrats call for investigation of their own primary winner, suspecting that he was planted by “Republicans, or somebody”, and that their own voters thereafter gave him 59% of the vote, because he came alphabetically ahead of the endorsed candidate.

    Says volumes about the electorate, eh?

  6. Carl at 5:11 pm #

    Ward: Hate to tell you this, but primaries in SC are open…anyone can vote for anyone else.

    Of course, he has to get the Democrat pejorative in…


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