Thursday, January 21, 2010

What's Next?

Red invades Blue, Red wins. The Massachusetts miracle is a fait accompli. Now what?

Prepare for November.

We have a long way to go, and a short time to get there.

Great candidates are emerging all over the country. Here are some of my favorites:
It's not just about winning seats. The future of our country is at stake. We have to recruit and promote the very best candidates we can find:

...the conservative base in the United States, far from dragging their party moblike into an unelectable extreme, has made the decentralized decision to support the realistically best candidate they can relative to the context in which he’s being elected. The 23rd special district election can also be seen in this light; throwing Scozzafava overboard made far more sense in the context of that electorate.

During Obama's first year in office, conservatives have done a surprisingly good job of choosing battles wisely. As a result, we had an important victory this week. But we didn’t cross a finish line on Tuesday night — we crossed the starting line.

FYI: Congressional Primary Dates


Anonymous said...

Guess what! Barney Fwank's district went to Brown.

RightKlik said...

NG: Thanks for the info! I was looking into that question yesterday and could not find out which congressional districts went to Brown. Where did you find that out?