Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Pa. Democrat admits helping Tea Party candidate

Republicans have accused Democrats of helping set up Tea Party candidates as spoilers in several House and Senate races around the country. Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Fl) is in a legal court battle accused of playing dirty politics for supporting a Tea Party candidate in his congressional Florida district. Now, Bryan Lentz, the Democratic nominee running for the seat being vacated by Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.), said he knew that volunteers from his campaign helped Tea Party candidate Jim Schneller. Finally, a Democrat admits helping Tea Party candidate to stack the elections to favor the Democrat candidate. Since Democrats will do anything like cheating to win an election, they are facing a tough political environment less than two weeks before the mid-term election. Let's add this type of shenanigans along with the Al Frankin "mysterious ballot box", ACORN, voter fraud, black panthers, and bribing high school students with ice cream to vote Democrat. At this point, Democrats are showing their true colors of desperation when they are trying to maintain their congressional majorities against a GOP wave spurred in part by Tea Party movement.

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