‘We are better than this’: Listen to the robocall that targeted Democratic voters in Mississippi

A day removed from Senator Thad Cochran’s (R-MS) eleventh-hour victory over Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel (R), the questionable tactics employed by the GOP and Cochran campaign are coming to light. From the robocalls used to woo black voters to the future ramifications of winning an election because of Democratic voters, it looks like politicians and pundits alike are going to be analyzing this race for a long time. On radio this morning, Glenn couldn’t help but hope “we are better than this.”

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“The story on how Thad Cochran beat Chris McDaniel in Mississippi is beginning to become much more disgusting than we even thought yesterday, and we’re better than this,” Glenn said. “We are absolutely better than this.”

Glenn believes the situation in Mississippi proves a couple of things. For starters, you can never underestimate the desperateness of the establishment.

“First of all, never, ever underestimate what the GOP is willing to do,” Glenn said. “The GOP is willing to sell their soul to the devil. They are willing to do anything it takes to win. Don’t ever underestimate anyone that’s been in Congress or senate for 30 years. They have racked up all kinds of bonus points, all kinds of favors that they are due, and they will call them in.”

The Daily Caller has released the audio of a robocall seemingly aimed at potential Democratic voters that harshly criticizes the McDaniel campaign and the Tea Party. Because Mississippi has an open primary, the Cochran campaign actively courted predominantly black communities.

Listen to the audio below courtesy of the Daily Caller:

While it is unclear exactly who paid for the robocall campaign, it is believed to have come from a GOP affiliated PAC.

“So what did they just do? They said, ‘This is a racist. This is a guy who doesn’t like Barak Obama,’” Glenn explained. “That is the Republicans that paid for this. So don’t talk to me about how much they don’t agree with the President because they just got a bunch of people to vote, to make sure that Chris McDaniel didn’t stop the President’s agenda.”

In addition to the race baiting, the robocall focuses primarily on one thing: Free stuff. The New York Times spoke to a handful of voters in Mississippi who voted for Cochran and that message seemed to have resonated.

Hattiesburg resident Jeanie Munn told the Times she believes McDaniel “represents a threat to the state,” citing a vote he cast in the State Senate against a new nursing school building at the University of Southern Mississippi.

“Okay, so she voted because she wanted the free nursing school,” Glenn said.

The Times also cites Roger Smith, a black Democrat, who was apparently paid to campaign fir Cochran. “I don’t know too much about McDaniel,” he said, “other than what McDaniel’s saying: That he’s Tea Party, he’s against Obama, he don’t like black people.”

“That’s your informed electorate,” Glenn quipped.

Based on the people quoted in the Times article, this was a common theme among voters in the state. Furthermore, an op-ed from the New York Times editorial board explains the “debt” Cochran now owes the people of Mississippi – i.e. the Democrats who put him over the top.

Ultimately, looking at the results of this particular race, Glenn now better understands what Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has been doing in recent weeks. While he believes it is a “dangerous game,” it may be the only way to curry the favor needed to rise up the ranks.

“I think this is why Rand Paul is playing the game that he’s playing. I personally think it is a very dangerous game. I don’t like the way Rand Paul is conducting himself in business… [but] I know why he is doing it,” Glenn concluded. “He’s learned from his father: You can’t go it alone. You have to have the party mechanics on your side. And if those people from the party are not on your side, you’re decimated. And Chris McDaniel just saw this.”

Front page image courtesy of the AP

  • Crassus

    Basically just Glenn trying to make amends with Dandy Randy Paul.

  • Anonymous

    Come on, if a person believes in tea-party principles, can they be that easily dissuaded by a superficial robo-call? I don’t think so. The bottom line is that not enough people believed in McDaniel. Glenn and alike are whining about loosing again. Regarding Rand Paul, Paul knows his best shot is to pretend he’s more of a centrist. Anyone who knows Rand and his father knows that he’s faking it. But apparently Paul doesn’t believe the far-right can win.

  • landofaahs

    The typical democrat ghetto mentality. You can take the man out of the ghetto but that does not mean you take the ghetto out of the man.

  • BlueMN

    Beck is shocked, SHOCKED to find there were shenanigans in that GOP race! The party of Lee Atwater and Karl Rove doing anything “questionable?” As if! At least no one tried to break into a nursing home to take unflattering pictures of anyones wife in order to win a primary or anything. Cochran must have promised them plasma TVs or Randy Moss jerseys or some other “bling-bling.” Racist comments hardly ever backfire on anyone.

    BTW, The Elders of Zion were written by Pyotr Rachkovsky, of the Tsar’s secret police in order to claim the “Marxist/communist thing” that was the Russian revolution, was part of a massive global conspiracy.

  • Brent

    I don’t think the robo-call was meant to dissuade Tea Partiers to not vote for McDaniel. But it was meant for the other 60% of the people that don’t even know what the tea party is, and if they go and vote it will be for whoever they last heard on the radio, but if they get a message telling them that the Tea Party candidate is “evil” of course they won’t vote for him.

  • Anonymous

    In other words those damn negros ruined the natural order AGAIN!!!!

  • Ricky Green

    The GOP actively worked against the will of the people in the Mississippi election. Not one more dime will the GOP get from me.#DeFundTheGOP

  • Anonymous

    DUH, THOSE who voted were NOT tea party backers, they were democrats!
    about 6000… without them Cochran would have LOST by 8% !

    The Robo Calls were NOT to dissuade tea partiers from voting but to encourage Democrats to throw an election BECAUSE Democrats realize it will be simple to defeat Cochran in the general election compared if they had to go up against McDaniel.

  • OhSoPo Mississippian

    These calls were specifically targeted to people in predominantly Democratic Hinds Co, not tea party type people. The bottom line is that McDaniels had over 20,000 more republican votes than Cochran. The Cochran campaign machine used these last desperate race-baiting tactics to get enough democratic votes to beat McDaniels by 6,000 votes. The Huffinginton Post already has an article out today from an interview with the president of the Mississippi NAACP, quoting his laundry list of what Cochran owes the black voters of the state. The campaign also made calls, mailed out letters and aired tv ads labeling McDaniels supporters as “racist, dangerous and extremists. Now one day after the primary, they want those same 184,000 people to get over it and get on board with Thad. Not happening. November should be very interesting.

  • Ruprecht

    Good Lord are you stupid!

  • http://thebarton.org Michael Barton

    Maybe I should listen to the audio again. I didn’t hear anything racist in the audio… It just said say no to the tea party, blah blah. Something about obstructing Obama. But nothing in there was racist. Targeting a demographic with these robocalls isn’t exactly racist either. It’s how marketing and advertising works. You figure out who is going to respond best to your message, and you speak to them in their language. This isn’t racist. If I was to have an ad for a women, I’d use more feminine language. An ad to men, maybe I might fart or something. If I’m targeting Democrats, I’m going to mention Obama.

    Again, where is the racism in the audio?

  • steve

    You’re not very smart, are you? The “robo-call” wasn’t aimed at Tea Partiers or Republicans. The calls were aimed at scaring black democrats to vote for a RINO. You seriously can’t be that ignorant. Oh wait, this is America. Of course you can.

  • Brad Donald

    How can you be so dim as to not understand that those calls went out to registered democrats, specifically black democrats. Try to keeep up buddy.

  • CMP

    You are really clueless, McDaniels WON the Gop vote TWICE! The only way Thad won run off was lying, smearing, race baiting, fear mongering and paying black dems “walking around $” to cross over and vote for him. These voters were encouraged to vote in Republican primary when they have no intention of voting for him in Nov. which is against the law.

  • CMP

    actually 35,000 dems voted in run off.

  • Brad Donald

    You really have to try harder to be this slow. The mailer and the Robo calls were full of positions of what are stereotyped issues black democrats care about.

  • CMP

    You are really a moron.

  • Mike Nelson

    You mis-spelled both “whining” and “losing”. Unless you meant “winning” (as in, “being right”) and “loosing” (as in, “releasing a commentary”). That’s funny to me :)

    Seriously though: how did you miss that the robo-call was a pro-black voter base message, disposed as pro-0bama, and was openly anti-TP in nature?

  • Mike Nelson

    I’ve never heard it put quite like that. It’s certainly succinct, but you reveal your racial animosity quite unambiguously.

    When/Why did you become so discriminatory?

  • http://thebarton.org Michael Barton

    Not seeing the mailer content in the article, but if mentioning Obama implies racism, then of course we’re all racists then. Am I allowed to type Obama or is that racist as well? Just because a word has a connotation in your mind, doesn’t prove there’s racism in the word Obama. Oh shoot, there I go again, label me a racist – I used his name again. Am I still allowed to call black people black or is that racist too?

  • Brad Donald

    “Disrespectful treatment of the fist African American president” That right there is nothing but race baiting. That alone is all that you need to call the call racist.

  • Cynthia Collins Daniels

    Gosh just get over it. Stop crying about losing!!!!

  • Brad Donald

    Ok then fair game Ill make sure every democrat primary i show up to vote for the worst candidate for the democrats.

  • John Fowler

    “Glenn and alike are wining about loosing again.”

    I’m not sure I know what you mean here.

  • Paul Sykes

    For the first time in decades, Mississippi is going to elect a Democrat to the US Senate. This is surely going to happen after the runoff this past week. Cochran had to get Democrats to vote for him—which will NOT be voting for him in November since they will be voting for their own Democrat nominee….and most, if not ALL of those that voted for McDaniel will NOT be voting for Cochran…and in most cases, will vote for the Democrat nominee. Cochran is going to lose either way….and so will the Republican party in the Senate. The campaign may be over…but the final election isn’t…. and come November, Cochran will not have anyone to support his re-election! Count on it!!!!

  • Flux Blocker

    Every day I see a story in the news that makes me think nothing could possibly be more disturbing and deplorable, and that nothing could possibly top it. Then the next day I see another story even more sickening and deplorable than the news the day before. It is a vicious cycle.

  • ken.

    just as important, never vote for a rino or the lessor of two evils. the lessor of two evils is usually the more evil one.

  • Craig Johnson

    Petty voters are an easy vote! Sickening!!

  • Anonymous

    Yep, money wins the game in politics. That’s why the corruption in Washington. Cochran has been there too long not to know how to fix an election. I wonder how Angle won his seat back too.

  • Anonymous

    Hmmmmm, Didn’t we hear that most of the last few elections have been “fixed” somehow?

  • Poptoy1949

    Democrats voting in a Republican Primary? Then why in the hell is it called a Republican Primary? Mississippi Republicans need to go back and re-write their primary rules and Regulations or they will continue to be known as the Most Corrupt State in the United States. Securing the Ballot Boxes would sure help out a lot also.

  • sqjchurch

    Chris McDaniel voted in a Democratic Primary in 2003.

    (File under “News You Won’t See On The Blaze”)

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Kenway

    We may be but the GOP and liberals not so much.

  • Jackie Fenolio

    More than a blatant untruth, the flier is now big news itself, featured on talk radio and spread across the Internet and conservative media. All of this is going to backfire. You can lose by winning. The Mississippi election is in fact another indicator that the Tea Party is winning this battle. The task now is a simple one: to get to the bottom of the race-baiting flyer and robocall. This cannot be allowed to stand. There is an answer out there as to who is responsible and who paid for this racial garbage — and the Republican Party has an obligation to find it.

  • sqjchurch

    Prediction- By Labor Day, Glenn Beck no longer speaks ill of the Republican Party as the November mid-terms approach.

    Basis for Prediction?– How Glenn called Mitt Romney a “Big Government Republican” and comparing him with Newt Gingrich (whom Glenn hated) in November 2011-
    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/2011/11/30/glenn-beck-evaluates-gop-candidates

    and yet was singing his praises by September 2012-

    http://www.glennbeck.com/2012/09/14/watch-glenn-reveals-the-real-mitt-romney/

  • Poptoy1949

    In my opinion he should not have.

  • BigSkyDan

    Except the GOP wasn’t behind these tactics so your comment is irrelevant and must be based off of something else.

  • Anonymous

    Cynthia I don’t live in that state but it’s got to be disturbing for Republicans there that their own party pick was apparently decided by the opposition party. The right to chose whose primary to vote in should be reserved for unenrolled voters…those who have no party affiliation because they don’t agree entirely with any one party (like myself)…not for just anyone who wants to screw with rival parties.

  • Jeanne Ballard

    Or me!

  • Anonymous

    You also misspelled “principles”. We all make typos in a rush but these weren’t typos.

  • Anonymous

    This reminds me of the 88 presidential elections when Bush 41 used the Willie Horton Commercial to scare white people in to voting for him. It worked as Bush won by a landslide thanks to overwhelmingly winning the white vote. Historically politicians scared white folks in order to win votes, this is the first time I have heard of a politician scaring black people to win votes. I guess its just signs of changing demographics.

  • Ricky Green

    Explain to me why a democrat would be robocalling republicans to vote for a republican ? This was GOP robocalling

  • Okiehound

    It’s time for those of us for whom the GOP no longer our values to shake the dust off and walk away. No more voting for the lesser of two evils, in hopes of keeping the greater evil out of office. Leave the Rhinos to die in the wilderness of insufficient voters. If that means a Democrat wins and destruction comes faster, so be it. Just prepare to survive so you can help rebuild the nation when the opportunity eventually comes. Bottom line, vote your conscience without compromise and be willing to accept the consequences of being true to what you believe. The thought of ever voting for Thad Cochran reminds me of stepping barefoot on a slug…it’s nasty and the slime takes a long time to wash away. I hope the voters in Mississippi come to the same conclusion, and write in an alternative.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn this is your fatal flaw…the fact that this robocall went out is clear proof that we are not better than this. You can pontificate your moral disgust with this all you want, but the fact is it happened, it worked, and no one who instigated it cares what you or other moralists have to say about it. They have no shame, and are laughing at you because they won and you lost, simple as that. To them, winning the fight is all that matters, the ends justify the means. In fact, the more outraged you are by how they pulled it off, the better. They see your moral outrage as just another indicator of their superiority over you.

    The plain truth, Glenn:
    You don’t know your enemy, you don’t know what you’re doing, and if you think you can stop this fascist juggernaut without spilling blood you’ve already lost the fight. You’re being slowly, but surely pushed into a prison cell. You have already lost your legal system, your education system, and your fourth estate. You are living in Germany, circa 1933, not the USA, circa 1964, nor India, circa 1947. If you had really seen what was coming, you would have foregone having children, because what’s coming is going to be their actual present, not our prescient future. The boomers have destroyed what their parents fought, sacrificed and died to preserve and foster. What an ultimate adolescent rebellion, eh? I can’t say much good for myself either, but at least I can say I didn’t drop any innocent children into a world I knew was slowly turning into a global shee hole right before my eyes. There’s no kumbaya-ing out of this downward spiral, end of story.

  • Irish Prepper

    Anyone that voted for McDaniels should do it again as a write-in in
    November. AND VOLUNTEER to be a poll watcher to make sure there is no
    fraud.Every polling station should have dozens of TEA PARTY volunteer…

  • Irish Prepper

    The racism was on the flier.

  • Anonymous

    Either write in or independent or 3rd party. Stop choosing the lesser of two evils, it doesn’t work.

  • Kevin Flynn

    This is just crying because Cochran had a better strategy

  • Anonymous

    I’m against “open” primaries and this is just one reason. I think we now have an open primary here in California. I suspect we will never have a Republican senator from this state…not that there are any good Republicans here nowadays anyway!

  • Shawn Cicero

    Whoa, we are better than this. Common Glenn, these robo calls are nasty both sides.

  • Ncrdbl1

    Bigsky If you believe that i have ocean front land in Arizona i want to sell you. MSGOP was actively involved in this deal but used third party personnel to cover up their involvement. Not the first time something like this has happen in the region. Remember a few years back up in Memphis an outsider local Doctor won the GOP nomination for county mayor. Beating out the GOP leadership’s personal choice. The local GOP leaders not only did not assist him in general election The leader of the Shelby County Republican party and his son actively campaigned for the Democrat.

  • Anonymous

    The McDaniel supporters should be writing in McDaniel’s name!

  • Ncrdbl1

    Do not think so. The Dem primary saw one of the smallest turnouts in memory.. Part of it may be to there not being a strong field of candidates. But i also believe that the new law had a lot to do with it. The issue is will GOP voters turn out for Cochran. Right now i believe a number of the ones who voted for him in the primary may not go to the polls for him in November. Do not think he could win right now. Even in a two man race. Actually feel for one of the few times in history that a third party candidate could win if McDaniels were to run as an independent. The early primary nor the run off would have been closze if not for the cross over voting. So Mississippi GOP voters would rather have McDaniels. I think 450,000 is the key number. If McDaniels could get 450,000 in the general election then he could win a three man race.

  • zemla

    What? Vote for the guy you want and not the one you’re “allowed”?!? Ladies and gents, we have a caaarazy person here ;)

  • zemla

    I was gonna say…

  • zemla

    You.are. AWSOME!

  • Ncrdbl1

    The issue at hand is not Democrats voting in the GOP primary. The issue is Democrat voters who voted in the Democrat primary earlier this month being allowed to vote in the GOP runoff. Statistical analysis of the voting data suggest that it would be impossible for Cochran to increase his numbers in certain counties without Democrats who voted in the Democrat primary being allowed to vote in the GOP runoff.

  • zemla

    Hey,hey,hey, can’t spook the financially stable sector of the listening audience by going all in, I mean, think about it, if people knew that this “libertarian” thing is a derivative of anarchy they might get nervous and stop sending money.

  • Ncrdbl1

    Only around 9,000 total votes were cast in the Democrat primary in Hinds county. Still somehow Cochran was able to pick up 7,000 more crossover votes in the runoff in Hinds over what he got earlier in the month. A 70% increase in his vote couont between the early GOP primary and the run off. They are asking people to believe that 7,000 Democrats who did not care enough to vote in their own primary suddenly decided to vote in the GOP primary. Statistical impossibility.

  • http://thebarton.org Michael Barton

    I’m pretty sure that’s how Obama wants people to reference him anyway. Bush goes by 43, Obama goes by first african american president; it’s already tattooed on his cheek. Not racist to reference Obama that way though. Not exactly race bating because that’s how Obama will be remembered years from now anyway (as the first african american president).

  • http://thebarton.org Michael Barton

    That might be true, but the article talks about the robocalls.

  • Guest

    So does the thief that successfully steals the jewel from the museum.

  • Guest

    What are you talking about? The Democraps have been using fear on black folks to win vote for many years.

  • Anonymous

    Why do blacks think Tea Party people are racist? I’ve not heard a person who actually calls themselves a Tea Party person imply racism or employ racially charged language. Now I have seen a bunch of posts on political websites from people who spew all kinds of vile racist filth and spare no opportunity to denegrate blacks. But I just assumed they were democrats due to their obvious lack of vocabulary, education and their very liberal use of historical “fact.”

  • Bolton

    While you are right, the establishment GOP would stoop to anything to maintain what they have, I don’t think you see the whole picture in the Mississippi primary. Thad Cochran was originally going to retire – someone talked him out of doing so (at least for now). I think in about a year (if he wins the general) he will then retire. So, low and behold, the governor will have to APPOINT someone to the senate to finish out his term. While Haley Barbour is no longer governor, I think we might find that the appointed senator’s last name just might be Barbour. The other senator from Mississippi, Roger Wicker, also was originally appointed by the governor. So, in essence, Mississippi has no senators that they actually voted for.

  • David McCumber

    Just wow!!!

  • http://suzeraining.wordpress.com/ suz

    republican AND DEMOCRAT money bought (at minimum) 35,000 votes for cockran.

  • Cayden Sparks

    What we have to start realizing is that the Tea Party is actually the Democrats best friend. Even if the Tea Party candidate wins the primary, they will get DESTROYED in the general election.

  • Cayden Sparks

    At the end of the day, the Tea Party’s ideology will be irrelevant because the GOP will not have seats in the house and senate.

  • ken.

    if you don’t vote your conscience then you are throwing away your vote. more people throw away their vote then not. they falsely believe that they have to vote the way they are told or they will lose. they say that you have to vote for the lessor of two evils but the lessor is actually more evil then the one they call more evil.

  • ken.

    beck is not a libertarian. libertarian is not anarchy. libertarian is strict adherence to the constitution.

  • zemla

    I said derivative slick, and as far as your definition of libertarian…actually, don’t listen to me you erroneous keyboard commander, go read a book or two, some by J. Edgar Hoover might be a good start. at least one is in large print, but no pictures, sorry.

  • ken.

    haaa haaa haaaa !!! you funny,…… not!

  • http://www.neuro-sculpting.com/brain-fitness-blog T. Lavon Lawrence

    Tea Party forces and constituencies are determined to lose ground. Nobody seems be concerned that it is so easy for the tactic to be BELIEVED in the first place. If the Tea Party ‘industry’ doesn’t get a better message out to people who are not already under the umbrella – learn to MARKET better and demonstrate that rallying to the Tea Party banner is in the best interest of groups that could turn the tide – then it’s already over before it can even ‘restart’. Republicans know full well the Tea Party brand has been painted in a negative light – there’s a tsunami of news and video of Tea Party people themselves digging the hole – and the RINO’s are taking full advantage of the bad branding to keep their own power. First thing Tea Party forces need to do is stop serving as the blind attack dog for the RINO’s and figure out a way to communicate to others why going Tea Party serves their best interest. Can’t attract who you attack. The message gets lost in the war that ensues. Without a concentrated, unwavering focus on delivering great news, clear and profitable policy, and a caring patriotic platform that touches on the core values that connect with people who are right-center, center, and left-center, this kind of underhanded behavior by RINO’s will continue. Think how cool it would have been if such efforts would have fallen flat because the people targeted DISBELIEVED the accusation.

  • Bonnie Somer

    Desperate a good description of what they r feeling now but voters who have no clue will believe anything i think that they shld take a course and learn about all the people running from each campaign separately so that they don’t get msgs from Dems about the GOP and vice versa then decide when u have the facts but the establishment does not want that they lie and deceive that is y it is important to have educated voters

  • stevo5000x

    Do not believe what Glenn Beck says, he is a false prophet.
    ► 4:54► 4:54
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1T7yXhlHBM
    Jan 25, 2014 – Uploaded by MichaelSavage4Prez
    Aired on January 24, 2014 — The Savage Nation — Michael Savage Attacks Glenn Beck …

  • HWA

    I plan on it, and if Childers (D) wins at least we know what he is. If Thaddy can desert is own constituents what makes the D’s that crossed believe he would represent them. I believe Thad is to far gone to have dreamed this up and it’s all about keeping another constitutional conservative out of DC at all cost. You’ll likely find the culprits in the state RNCC and DNCC offices, as they are notorious.

  • Anonymous

    This was Democrats. They are scared to death of the Tea Party.

  • Anonymous

    The Democrats are scared to death of the Tea Party. So are establishment Republicans. Either one would have motive to do this.

  • BigSkyDan

    Dude, read the newspapers… Cochran now “owes a debt” to the democrats in November if he gets elected… which he probably won’t because people like you now won’t vote for him out of some sort of stupid protest.

  • BigSkyDan

    Actually to the reports I’ve heard it was a church based group… a black church based group that actively supports the NAACP and other dems.

  • Anonymous

    why would he take bloombergs cash (and what will that mean for gun control fights?)? Why would he allow the robocalls? you need to remove your head from the establishments behind.

  • Mark Reha

    In the California primary, if the 15,000,000 conservatives would have voted, and just voted equally for a “non party” (Rep/Dem) candidate, then each of them would have gotten more votes then the sitting GOV, Jerry Brown. What a turmoil that would have started. We can not sit at home and not vote, and expect things to change, as many of my own friends did. It’s sad and I’m at a loss to figure out what to do next.

  • Jon Galt

    “We are better than this…”

    That may be true, Glenn. But the GOP is not. This is what they are, a bunch of progressives that care about nothing but winning.

    The only difference between them and the Democrats is that the GOP will bankrupt the country slower.

  • Jon Galt

    When the progressives win, we the people lose. Enjoy your starvation.

  • Anonymous

    So, Glenn, should McDaniel run as an independent?

  • Anonymous

    I guess Cochran better hope the Tea Party supporters of McDaniel don’ decide o stay home on election day or maybe hey will vote or the Democratic candidate jut to send a message.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/y05sawwqi151chk/An%20Intolerable%20Evil.pdf

  • Anonymous

    If I were a conservative living in Mississippi, I would vote for whoever is running against this guy in the fall. If he’s going to act like a liberal Democrat, we may as well have the real thing.

  • Chi Goodwyne

    democrats vote in republican primaries and vice versa all the time. it’s a political tactic. if you feel that your candidate is a shoe- in for the primaries, then you vote for the weaker candidate on the other side. if this is ” news you won’t see on the blaze”, it’s because it’s not really news. it happens all the time, on both sides.

  • BigSkyDan

    what? Your comment is irrelevant.

  • BigSkyDan

    What are you talking about why would who allow the robocalls? How exactly is Cochrane supposed to do anything about it?

  • Anonymous

    are you implying the guy has no control over his campaign? not exactly the kinda guy i want running a country…

  • BigSkyDan

    See my first comment… This was not his campaign doing this you dolt. Do you pay attention to reports and factual evidence or just listen to spewing by whoever your local idiot on the radio is?

  • BigSkyDan

    No it was mean to play on the fears of a predominantly poor black low informed voter bloc that the angry white racist tea party candidate McDaniel hates black people and wasn’t to disenfranchise them.

  • BigSkyDan

    Mississippi, close your damn primaries. End of problem.

  • http://www.neuro-sculpting.com/brain-fitness-blog T. Lavon Lawrence

    You’ve asked the one question that – should the Tea Party manage to turn around and resolve – would change the entire tide of American politics. Why is the Tea Party branded the way it is? When the Tea Party gets that problem hammered out, the revolution will actually begin.

  • Anonymous

    So he is just a passive feather on the storm that is his crap campaign….

    you can call me a dolt but you idiots may have just handed mississippi to the democrats (unless of course you think all those black dems will vote for thad again in november) because i am pretty sure most mcdaniel supporters will sit at home.

  • Anonymous

    gop establishment ie Rinos Are now democRats and democRats are socialists-lucifer followers-Demoncraps! thats why their enemy is teaparty followers of GOD! to destroy God and HIs people and Gods Countries!

  • A casual observer

    Malcolm X said that black democrats are political chumps. That was about 50 years ago. It’s a shame that still rings true.

  • Robert Smith

    Even if coercion cannot be abolished completely, liberty’s principles can serve as a set of beacons capable of guiding us toward minimized coercion and thus maximum liberty.