Too many cooks spoil the broth — by guest blogger Sadie

Sadie’s fed up.  Here is her Open Letter to the GOP and current Super Pacs:

You tried once to force-feed us Dole, then McCain and currently a smorgasbord that still leaves us hungry. Didn’t you get the menu? We want meat and potatoes and you keep serving us vegetables. Oh sure, some are tasty and we don’t mind adding them to the plate – we just aren’t political vegetarians. So, I’ve got an idea for a food pyramid…it’s cost-saving, country-saving, Democracy-saving diet. Take your hands off the table. Get out of the kitchen and begin a new career.
Learn to box, kick, stomp. Some call it mixed-martial arts, I like to call it survival. You can begin with the 50 states, we’re going to need a majority of them to take back the Senate and keep the House. To be clear, not the Max Sennett of the Keystone Cops, the other senate – the one with Harry Reid in it. While you are busy preparing for your new careers, you are on short notice to shape up or ship out. We’re on a tight schedule and you are either part of the solution or part of the problem. Decide which part you are. Are you for us or your candidate? You can’t have it both ways. Hit the road and get started because the price of gas isn’t going down and the cost of freedom is at a premium.
By the way, your trash can is filled with the candidates you discarded. Was it something you ate or something that ate at you? As is said, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, so until further notice, don’t even consider a career in appraisals.
Another week, another primary. Anyone else notice that we’re suffering from electile dysfunction?
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  1. Mike Devx says

    All I want is a proud conservative candidate who can SPEAK conservatively with conviction and passion and honesty.  I want that candidate to believe in what he or she says.  I want them to be educated on the conservative tradition in America.  I want them to be able to connect the dots in a way that leaves Americans nodding in agreement.  I think it’s basic Politics 101… or it used to be, when our standards were higher.

    I’m not getting that vibe from any of our candidates.  I haven’t seen it in decades.

    I don’t think I’m asking for too much.

  2. SADIE says

    “All I want is a proud conservative candidate who can SPEAK conservatively…..”

    Take a number and get in line ;)

    It doesn’t seem to matter what we want. They want a candidate that appeals to conservatives, moderates and independents – someone who doesn’t exist unless you want a political flip-flopper.

               

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