Levin supported Hatch too.
He regrets that decision greatly.
I did not support Hatch who was promising to repent and be conservative. However, the basis for supporting Cheney was not that she was manifestly more conservative than Enzi, but that she would at least shake things up. She would exploit a safe Senate seat against the status quo-at least that was her promise. Whether we accept her promise on face value or not, no such promise or realistic hope was forthcoming from Enzi.
Those of us who support reformation of the Republican Party need bomb throwers. We need Newt Gingrichs not Mike Enzis.
posted on 01/05/2014 9:06:02 PM PST
("Attack, repeat, attack!" Bull Halsey)
To: tennmountainman; sickoflibs; Impy; nathanbedford
>> Levin supported Hatch too. He regrets that decision greatly.
But haven't you heard? His Holiness Mark Levin The Great One is INCAPABLE of mistakes!
Obviously, Orrin Hatch MUST have been a solid conservative Senator when Levin endorsed him for re-election and said so. Hatch only went rouge AFTERWARDS so he could discredit our all-wise and all-knowing constitutionalist conservative savior.
posted on 01/05/2014 10:51:34 PM PST
(Liz Cheney's family supports gay marriage. Do you?)
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