How is soon to be former state Rep. Mark Strama like Obama? Aside from the fact that their names rhyme and the former clearly supports the latter, they’re both lying liberal Democrats. Check out this slick vid put out by the fiscal hawk group Empower Texans yesterday. It says it all.
In Williamson County, just north of Austin, the Democrats are now in open civil war after the county chairman there resigned yesterday, lashed out at the tyrants and liberals (his words, more or less) who run the state party. Then Democrat state Rep. Diana Maldonado, a liberal herself who’s likely to lose in a couple of weeks, accused the resigning county chair (her district is in that county) of being an unstable criminal. Well, Diana, if that’s the case, he’s a perfect fit for the Democrats. But in his resignation, the chairman doesn’t sound like a criminal to me. He sounds like he’s just fed up working with socialists.
It is quite apparent that many members of the Williamson County Democratic Party leadership are interested in following a more liberal national agenda than listening to the majority of their constituents here locally. As a fifth-generation Texan and longtime supporter of Conservative, Texas principles, I find myself isolated within the party ranks and unable to relay my message of fiscal responsibility, family values, free-markets, and fair play.
The divisive, rigid leadership with the State and local party have made it clear from the beginning of this term that they have no interest in my opinions; engaging in personal name calling, the marginalization of the Chair’s voice, and claiming my Texas ideals are out of touch.
That needs to be posted everywhere. It’s a real Blue Dogs’ version of Martin Luther’s 99 Theses. In his resignation letter, Windham endorsed Maldonado’s opponent, Larry Gonzales, giving him an interesting curve ball to slap out like Josh Hamilton in the Bronx.
With all this going on, what are the state Democrats up to? Oh, they’re only working hard to screw up the vote in Houston, Texas’ largest city.
Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan expects to meet this morning with the county’s Democratic and Republican chairmen after receiving complaints of possible voter intimidation on the first day of early voting on Monday.
The complaints came from predominantly minority precincts.
“We have a long way to go in this election, and we’re committed to having it done lawfully and successfully,” said Terry O’Rourke, first assistant Harris County attorney.
The complaints, he said, came from Kashmere Gardens, Moody Park, Sunnyside and other predominantly minority neighborhoods. The complaints included poll watchers “hovering over” voters, “getting into election workers’ faces” and blocking or disrupting lines of voters waiting to cast their ballots.
“Keep in mind these are allegations of voter intimidation,” O’Rourke said. “It’s sometimes in the eye of the beholder.”
The “beholder” in this case being deeply connected to the real perpetrator of massive voter registration fraud. Allegedly.
The Texas Democratic Party, a slackjawed leftist zombie made up of Washington operatives and trial lawyer money, is reportedly suing the skin off the local Tea Party groups. And that’s how you silence opposition, or try to. These Democrats are not only desperate, they’re downright evil.