If all this stuff could have sink his career so long ago. Now all of sudden, here a bombshell to embattled Thad Cochran, the Mississippi senate Republican.
In the digital age, perception is key. Say if I say something that I know sounds right, but to a certain group it sounds wrong, then I would face a made up controversy. Today, I see this happening. It seems like the Chris McDaniel campaign is unleashing tape of Cochran telling a joke that may sink his career as a senator.
Knowing that he's at the verge of losing to an insurgent, he should have known that conservative agitators will do whatever it takes to destroy the establishment. Cochran is the establishment.
Cochran would reminisce about the days of being a lad. He tells the world that he once did indecent things towards animals.
Knowing that he's facing insurgent candidate Chris McDaniel in the June runoff, the Republican incumbent may have sunk chances as the potential nominee.
The racist right has already knocked off House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the Republican from Virginia.
One more won't hurt, says the insurgents.
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“It was fun, it was an adventure to be out there in the country and to see what goes on,” he said of his boyhood visits to Hattiesburg. “Picking up pecans, from that to all kinds of indecent things with animals.”
The audience chuckled.
“And I know some of you know what that is,” Cochran said.
It maybe curtains for Cochran. So we'll hear our conservative media agitators continue to encourage registered Republicans to dump the chump. The chump could lose to the nut.
This is a civil war within the party. Even though Cantor and Cochran voted against the Affordable Healthcare Law, reasonable gun control and immigration reform, that's not enough for the rabid base.
That base wants to openly call the president a........well you know! They won't stoop themselves at least to that level unlike our insurgent candidates.
Travis Childers is a conservative Democrat. He was a two term U.S. Representative from the 1st District. He will face the Republican nominee in the U.S. Midterms.
MISSISSIPPI IS CONSIDERED SAFE REPUBLICAN.
No matter who takes the nomination, surely a Republican will win. The only way this could change is the possibility of a war within the party.
Note: I call the Tea Party insurgents. So far they haven't mounted war against the United States in a coup d'etat against President Barack Obama yet.