Friday, December 26, 2008

In today's GOP, this guy's a shoo in...

From the Washington Post:
Chip Saltsman, a candidate for chairman of the Republican National Committee, sent committee members this month a holiday music CD that included "Barack the Magic Negro," a parody song first aired in 2007 by talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

Salsman is a Tennessean who was the campaign manager for Gov. Mike Huckabee's presidential run.

Tennessean status notwithstanding, Saltsman could fit right in with the AZ branch of the GOP.

And Tennessean or not, he and the rest of the national GOP need to accept that Barack Obama won. Resoundingly.

Time to grow up and move on.

4 comments:

MoneyBonanza said...
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goooooood girl said...
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cpmaz said...

Looks like spammers are in their post-Christmas rush period. Had to delete two spam comments on one post.

Desert Beacon said...

The "Shoo-In" and his apologists seem intent on turning the GOP into that "rump regional party" with the tiny tent that it appeared to be in the 2008 election cycle. I don't know if the Huckabee Supporters were doing this in Arizona, but during the holidays they were push polling in Nevada insinuating that an Obama Administration would promote partial birth abortions -- I hung up before the part about kicking puppies and tearing the wings off flies.