Monday, July 10, 2006

DeLay May Defy Democrat Desires

Tom DeLay is indicating that he may run for his old seat in Texas, now that Democrats have successfully sued to keep him on the ballot.

Democrats will probably rue the day they decided to fight to keep DeLay on the ballot. It seems that Texas Republicans were less than pleased with how DeLay tried to manipulate the choice of his replacement, and whoever was chosen to replace him, in what would be that person's first run for Congress, would probably not have been strong enough to unite fractious voters in his or her own party.

Now, instead of a weak candidate, Democrats must face one of the most formidable politicians of the day, with only a legal case of highly dubious merit as an argument against his reelection.


More at Rhymes With Right and Captain's Quarters.


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