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Left-wing (though formerly respectable) blog Slate goes all “Dewey defeats Truman”

Yesterday was Primary Day in a few states, Alaska being one of them.  Sen. Lisa Murkowski, the incumbent RINO from cherry-red Alaska, drew a primary opponent in Tea Party fave Joe Miller.  Sarah Palin endorsed Miller, which naturally caused the left to wig out and want Murkowski to win.  Hilarity ensues.

On Tuesday, in her home state, Sarah Palin’s favorite will probably get trounced. Joe Miller is widely expected to lose by a large margin to incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the Republican primary—an embarrassing defeat for the former governor, who has endorsed Miller, but also to Miller’s other major backer, the Tea Party Express.

Unfortunately for him, not even Chuck Norris in his most bad-ass role—which is, of course, Chuck Norris in real life—could rescue the Miller campaign. Always a long shot, Miller lags behind Murkowski, the heir to one of Alaska’s political dynasties, by double digits.

If, “lags behind by double digits”, you mean “looks like he’s going to win”, then yeah…Miller “lags behind by double digits”!  As of this posting, Miller is up 51% – 49% with 98% of the precincts reporting (link here).  He should win, but if he does lose a squeaker, Slate’s meme about Miller getting creamed goes down faster than Monica Lewinsky in her presidential kneepads.

Crow: the other white meat.  😆


August 25, 2010 - Posted by | moonbats, Palin, Tea Party

1 Comment »

  1. Crow: the other white meat.

    Good one!

    Comment by tnjack | August 25, 2010

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