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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Good News, For a Change (Fine News, Too)

Rather than support a white supremacist Republican nominee who finangled his slimy self into the pivotal race in Arizona's 8th Congressional District, the Republican Party has withdrawn all of its financial support in that race, essentially conceding defeat.

Randy Graf, the total asshole swine endorsed by former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke, has a history of mingling with white supremacists. Democratic leaders urged the chair of the NRCC to pull its financial support out of the race, and the NRCC cancelled its media buys and walked away from the race.

Randy Graf now goes it alone against the Democrat Gabrielle Giffords, who had already been 19 points over Graf even before the NRCC's pullout. Democrats are only 15 seats away from controlling the majority in the House.

In Minnesota's 5th Congressional District, Republican Alan Fine seems to have totally lost his fucking mind and gone on a delirious rant about Democrat Keith Ellison's supposed association with Jew-hatin' black Muslims. Oogah-boogah! Even the Independent Party candidate has had enough of Fine's bullshit, telling Fine in debates to knock it off. Yet whenever Fine is asked by her or Keith about the issues, Karl Rove's butt--oh, excuse me, Alan Fine replies, "The most important issue is character."

And when Alan Fine is asked if he was indeed told by Karl Rove to swiftboat Keith Ellison, Fine refuses to answer. Oh, yes. The most important issue is character! Got it.

Well, the 5th Congressional District has voted Democrat for over two decades. Fine may as well give his urges free reign and don a Ku Klux Klan robe for all the chance he has. Good news!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Phil Grove said...

I know Keith a little bit from law school, when he was supposedly a hate-filled raging maniac, and I can tell you Keith Ellison is in fact a good man who deserves respect. I am sickened by the comments of this Alan Fine, and heartened that many others have the same reaction. Can you believe that this guy has a faculty position at the U of M? There are some Republicans in Minnesota who are decent human beings, though misguided -- Fine must be making them sick.

September 24, 2006 12:19 AM  
Blogger Kristine said...

Fine must be making them sick.

A friend of mine is an official of the Republican Party in Senate District 59. I'll have to ask him what he thinks of Mr. Fine's operatic performance. I'm willing to bet that he's about to puke and/or throttle this git.

For the folks out there who don't know the latest, Alan Fine, a senior lecturer at Carlson School of Management, made this eloquent comment after the primary: "I am extremely concerned about Keith Ellison, Keith Hakim, Keith 'X' Ellison, Keith Ellison Mohammed." The Independence Party then released a statement saying that "Alan Fine went ballistic." It is Fine who is the hate-filled raging maniac. He should "manage" his emotionalism and racism.

I think a lot of Republicans may vote Independent this year.

September 24, 2006 12:58 AM  

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