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Texas Primary: DeLay Wins Primary, Bell to Challenge Gov. Perry

The Fix is open late tonight to give you the latest results from the Texas primaries. As we wrote in a post earlier today, there were four races worth watching -- the Democratic gubernatorial primary and primaries in the state's 17th, 22nd and 28th congressional districts.

Here's quick summaries of the races.

*Texas gubernatorial primary: Former Rep. Chris Bell secured an easy primary victory over fellow former Rep. Bob Gammage, who got into the race in December and never raised a serious amount of money. Bell faces a daunting challenge in the fall against Gov. Rick Perry (R), who cruised to a primary win of his own today. The drama now shifts to the potential independent candidacies of state Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn and author and musician Kinky Friedman. Each needs to secure approximately 45,000 signatures from people who did not vote in today's primaries to qualify for the November ballot.

*Texas 17th: Iraq war veteran Van Taylor squeaked by former congressional staffer Tucker Anderson in a Republican primary fight that featured significant involvement by the state and national party. Perry and National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Reynolds (N.Y.) were behind Taylor, while Rep. Pete Sessions, a candidate to succeed Reynolds at the NRCC after the 2006 election, worked actively on behalf of Anderson -- his former staffer. Taylor's lack of a voting record coupled with his personal wealth make him an appealing candidate to national Republicans. Rep. Chet Edwards (D) has proven resilient despite Republicans' repeated efforts to defeat him. The district stretches from the the southern suburbs of Dallas (Johnson County) to College Station (Brazos County) -- home of the Texas A&M Aggies. President Bush's ranch in Crawford is within the district lines and, he carried the district with 70 percent of the vote in 2004.

* Texas 22nd: Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay scored a victory in his fight for a 12th term Tuesday night, beating back three Republican challengers to win the primary without a runoff. DeLay had 64 percent of the vote compared to 26 percent for attorney Tom Campbell. Although less than 15 percent of precinct were reporting as of 11 p.m. eastern time, the Associated Press had called the contest for DeLay. DeLay moves on to a general election matchup against former Rep. Nick Lampson, who was not opposed for the Democratic nomination. Former Republican Rep. Steve Stockman is planning to run as an independent, which could complicate things for DeLay in the general election this fall. DeLay quickly pivoted off the primary victory to attack Lampson as the candidate of "Liberal activists like Barbra Streisand, George Soros, and Nancy Pelosi."

* Texas 28th: Rep. Henry Cuellar cruised to an easier-than-expected 53 percent to 41 percent victory over former Rep. Ciro Rodriguez on Tuesday in their Democratic primary rematch. Victor Morales received 6 percent of the vote. Although Rodriguez led early in the night thanks to a nearly 8,000-vote margin in his home base of Bexar County (San Antonio), Cuellar used his own base in Webb County (Laredo), where he won by 11,000 votes, to claim the victory. The primary had drawn national attention because of Democratic allegations that Cuellar is too cozy with Republicans. The liberal blogosphere helped propel Rodriguez's candidacy financially, but it was not enough to overcome Cuellar. Cuellar will be reelected in the fall; no Republican even filed for this strongly Democratic south Texas seat.

By Chris Cillizza  |  March 7, 2006; 11:32 PM ET
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funny ringtones

Posted by: zcyfewl@dmoz.org | September 5, 2006 12:04 AM | Report abuse

that's the most you could find wrong with what I've posted...


like a nyah nyah, childish noise....geeeeze what a wanker.

perhaps to you it is important...to dispell the truth with some minor point of contention to create the illusion of, maybe it's not all true...well dispell this punk:


I would suggest that you start thinking of your redneck friends that don't have jobs and ask them to tone it down with the outsourcing as a start to making America a better place to live...


and I'd have the President arrested for perpatration of fraud when it came to "war" when in fact we're in an occupation to control scrarce resources that his family is invested in....


they're not invested in having the United States become less OIL DEPENDENT....are they?

your leaders?

will sell anything that isn't nailed down...


without giving the citizens of the United States honest and fair representation...if they can't steal the towels, they don't want to check in....they're part of the visit right, they're paid for....corruption is just part of the congressional life...


comeon...give me a break...


a high school student could tell you what happens if you don't work with the ecology of a system.....everything breaks...

Posted by: I mean, you are so pathetic... | March 9, 2006 4:25 PM | Report abuse

...not some orchestrated Oz show called find the terrorists but don't look at what I'm doing...


but you make changes to make sure that the future is a good one for the citizens of the United States of America, and the world ultimately....not just for you and your oil invested family...


why should g. w. bush worry about rising oil prices?


he's in the business, why would he interrupt that business to help out his country, that would get in the way of his, his families, and his family friends profits.


WAR ISN'T NECESSARY AS AN ECONOMIC INTERVENTION WHEN THERE ARE ALTERNATIVES....


UNLESS YOU _WANT_ IT THAT WAY,

Posted by: like, maybe you could get the word out about this... | March 9, 2006 4:20 PM | Report abuse

you

and

all the other little boys that like to make up stories of spin...

could point out the spin that would help the citizens....


not you

to take advantage of "the citizens" with the letter of the law....


I hope you get what you deserve this life time...


the truth....

buddy.

Posted by: IF you really cared about your country.... | March 9, 2006 4:16 PM | Report abuse

congressional hearing with the Gonzales boy refusing to answer...


refusing to swear in the Oil Magnates...


dear alawyer...you need to amend that to ssuckassshyster...


next time someone asks you if you've had sex with your secratary, please tell the truth even if they have no business asking...


you have my permission to kill yourself..asshole.


I could care less what someone has as a party persuasion....


I do care about "intent"


I would kick your ass down the stairs of congress if your intent was to ruin this country....


that's the point, don't small time me with your pedophilic rantings....punk.

I know you.

Posted by: I think the last comment was most telling... | March 9, 2006 4:12 PM | Report abuse

Unlike the GOP who refuse to take the oath or put their buddies under oath. That way they can lie and say at least they didn't break the law.

Posted by: KAS | March 9, 2006 11:59 AM | Report abuse

to: clinton lied in office:
thanks for clearing that up for us... next time any of my clients ask about upcoming testimony under oath, I'll be sure to tell them its okay to lie if the question is "personal"

clinton was a lawyer - he knew better than to lie under oath and chose to do so.
as for hillary knowing - she knew - dont kid yourself.
a leopard never changes its spots

Posted by: alawyer | March 9, 2006 7:00 AM | Report abuse

or Oliver North?


or Noriega?

or Rudolph Hess?

if the Nazis had won the war, wouldn't Rudolph have been a hero for purging the stain of NonAryan blood?

if the mindset is corrupt, it's important to point that out not pander to testosterone by shouting down all naysayers with


UT IS PATRIOTIC...DO NOT VURRY I AM ON URE ZIDE...I VIL TEK CARE OF EVRY DING....TWUST ME>>>

yeah, like right.

Posted by: amoral monster you mean like OJ? | March 8, 2006 1:50 PM | Report abuse

regardless of what your sister did, if you take the car without asking....

I would be a bad parent if I let you lead me with the line of reasoning that said...it's alright because they did it...

that's childish.

and leading a country into spending 245 Billion dollars to enrich my friends by several Billion is a lot different than sticking a cigar in someones wazzoo and licking it...


or do you think that's worth 245 Billion Dollars?


perhaps to you it is.


I would suggest that you start thinking of your redneck friends that don't have jobs and ask them to tone it down with the outsourcing as a start to making America a better place to live...


and I'd have the President arrested for perpatration of fraud when it came to "war" when in fact we're in an occupation to control scrarce resources that his family is invested in....


they're not invested in having the United States become less OIL DEPENDENT....are they?

your leaders?

will sell anything that isn't nailed down...


without giving the citizens of the United States honest and fair representation...if they can't steal the towels, they don't want to check in....they're part of the visit right, they're paid for....corruption is just part of the congressional life...


comeon...give me a break...


a high school student could tell you what happens if you don't work with the ecology of a system.....everything breaks...


that's what is happening to us as a group, the citizens of the united states of america.


there is such a thing as a human ecology, one that keeps all things working towards a sustainable future....


look at the bushe trying to appear "in touch" with the future by "supporting alternative fuels"

too little, not at all...photo op.


you want the effin thing to work, raise gas prices to $3.50 a gallon and bank the excess to pay for infrastructure changes giving freight companies some time and some leeway to get better rates....legislate change that we as a nation can adapt to....THAT IS A NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE,


not some orchestrated Oz show called find the terrorists but don't look at what I'm doing...

trains, making city life pleasurable, workers that telecommute, blah blah blah, it could happen....they effin telecommute from friggin India every day....they trust them, why not you? ask Capitol ONE....formerly of Fredericksburg VA, now from Bangalore India....3,000 jobs.


but you make changes to make sure that the future is a good one for the citizens of the United States of America, and the world ultimately....not just for you and your oil invested family...

why should g. w. bush worry about rising oil prices?

he's in the business, why would he interrupt that business to help out his country, that would get in the way of his, his families, and his family friends profits.


WAR ISN'T NECESSARY AS AN ECONOMIC INTERVENTION WHEN THERE ARE ALTERNATIVES....


UNLESS YOU _WANT_ IT THAT WAY,

PLANNED OVER THE COURSE OF A LIFETIME OF Covert Activity....

your leaders?

will sell anything that isn't nailed down...

Posted by: the point is little man, even children know this.... | March 8, 2006 1:44 PM | Report abuse

about his personal life that you had no right to ask him about....


does you r wife know you cheat on her with men?


does she need to know?


Posted by: Clinton lied in office... | March 8, 2006 1:36 PM | Report abuse

is to say what he is, and point out how he's doing it...


like the poster said earlier, I don't know who he is, but he seems quite intelligent.


demagogue


that used to be a bad word.


all the things that Karl Rove is selling to the public,


as important are basic fluff issues


they have nothing to do with making the country run better...


if you want to win, you have a game plan,
you don't answer their framing..


try a few of these concepts:

there are alternatives to existing systeme


leaders that look a little bit more intelligently disposed towards making America work...by making changes to legislation, social process, and education as well as supporting sustainable domestic energy policies...


in another post I outlined a few examples of how I would change things...

with
schools, prisons....

reclaiming abandoned resources, marginalized citizens.

interrupting the cycle of children raising children...with intervention....


training prisoners in counciling, anger management, 12 step programme, using systems to intervene that worked, empirically proven results...


perhaps including boot campe as a part of pre-training....to guage response to discipline and order..

requiring that graduating prisoners, work in prisons or halfway houses as terms for early release, counseling other prisoners, doing intake, having joint meetings with these people and wardens/guards...like that....wiht constant interaction with professionals from outside the prison system to prevent internal poisoning, reverting to the olde waye.

smart use of resources, not throwing dollars at it....we don't need richer criminals we need people that can fish

as in give a man a fish, and he's hungry after that meal is gone

teach a man to fish, and he feeds himself...

without middle class blue collar work, you're future fishermen become brigands.


I'd probably use engineers to look at the existing problems from the perspective of context...


like this:

when a good engineer, thoughtfully and economically, builds a house, he/she uses the materials at hand...


desert houses are made from mud, sand, orgainic filler...straw

houses in the mountains from stone, and or wood, or in some regions of the world, existing caves...


within the context of any problem,
what solution would make an ecologically sound response...stages, multiple points working toward a solution, pilot studies in parallel...

for example:

I'd look at drug use, and work with that as a symptom rather than a problem,

address the problem(s)....and create ways to work with that, pilot programs that studied context of the problem...

the solution would be a systeme of response....not some single testosterone driven stupid-ass response like "Zero Tolerance" which filled our prisons with first time offendors and users...


maybe if all the rednecks had someplace to work, like factories they wouldn't feel so hopeless.

I'd be a stronger with INS, and ask that they work closely with FBI, Interpol and the Secret Service...shared information.


..I would require Countries at our borders to start adhering to a code of conduct that would attract their own people into staying in their countries, and not coming into ours illegally...

and start creating policy to create that effect...thoughtfully...

I'd put up tarrif barriers near-immediately, for all firms that used foreign labor regardless of their nationality.

with a 120 day warning period for withdrawing from overseas....I would require that laws passed to regulate be reviewed every periodically by a methode suggested by people on the projects....


in engineering feed-back loops allow for the adjustment of an ongoing process to correct for changes,

we need those built into legislation.

I'd apply engineering principles to economies....

I would nuetralize people, that appealed to emotion, by exposing them as demagogues, preachers with a mission to increase their sunday take


there is no reason for failure except that someone is skimming along the pathway....


If I had a chance I would order "enclosed safe-pillory" time for the senators that voted for "comity" and denyed the funds awarded to the Alaskan Bridge to Nowhere to Katrina rebuilding.


I would order an investigation by the FBI into Mississipi and Louisiana corruption....and would establish FBI offices in New Orleans like they did in Atlanta...


I would order INS agents to be trained in terrorist and drug defense and I would remove the Bureau of Homeland Security and Bring the National Guard Home....


and a few other things that have to do with exposing religious _belief_ as something that is abhorrent to the working of the government....there is no room for dogma in a flexible system....


And I would establish a system of legal intervention that would establish suggested basis for avoiding situations that were likely to develop _before_ they developed....

they would make recommendations....


like U.S. Companies being required to adhere to the same standards offshore that they have to meet here....

to avoid foreign competition from domestic companies, for preventing those same companies from damaging other environments, and so on...

other things like,
internet fraud, spamming...that aren't covered by law but resemble current offenses.


I would make it so that being an American was something that people aspired to being like, but making sure that all countries were required to develop their own form of it and quit doing business with theives as theives....


I would reward honesty and punish dishonesty....


I would talk to the Dali Lama.


I would hold Town Hall meetings and allow people to discuss things publically as a way of life....


I would encourage discussion, as a way of getting people involved and I would move towards restoring leisure time as a NECESSARY quality to avoiding being sold down the river again, and along those lines I would reestablish a significant middle class and work towards college for all that wanted it...


I would also do something about suburban sprawl and the destruction of farmland by bullshit huge houses that had two people living in them, I would make city living so attractive that the problem would solve itself....no commute time, real rail systems....


walking, biking like in Europe in-the-city...

Portland Oregon is an example of a city that is beautiful, safe to live in and exercise is real part of everyday life for most....and salmon still run in the river that goes through the middle of the city....


I would restore image with reality....and remove image as a reliable judge of content....

I would teach the difference between the package and the content....so we didn't have to learn this lesson again.


the truth,

it supports itself it doesn't need spin..


that's the truth


that what the assholes that manipulate need to have happen to them...the truth...

it's not so hard to do things so that our citizens have decent lives.

Posted by: The only way to take Karl Rove out.... | March 8, 2006 1:13 PM | Report abuse

Cunningham and Cheyney were involved in influence peddling in The District of Colombia, accepting payments for making certain lands or


monies available to a restaurant/shop complex along, called I believe, "Potomoc Landing" the Potomoc River in DC...


anyone know anything about that, that would certainly do something to assist...


You all know Cheyney went to Texas December 5th to host a fundraiser for Delay don't you, at the Westin in the Houston Galleria....

Why is that okay, that the vice president, actually host an event where they were playing songs like "If I had a Hammer," a workers rights song....


talk about Twilight Zone.


these people care less about other people, than they do for each other as long as they get paid

Posted by: I had heard that Tom Delay... | March 8, 2006 12:56 PM | Report abuse

We know he's a fool. He didn't even have a course of action until the Trade Towers went down.
Was it another Pearl Harbor?
He does have a Chief Of Staff, Karl Rove. Karl has gotten the ear of Bush to make all these autocratic decisions.
What do we do about Karl Rove

Posted by: Louise Bristow | March 8, 2006 12:42 PM | Report abuse

"Here in Brownsville one judge received over 100 mail ballot votes from people who only voted in the one race - they did not vote in any other race - in Texas it is still legal to pay politiquera to go the homes of senior citizens and steal their mail ballot and fill it in for them - the politiqueras fill in the name of the politician who paid them"

That happens in EVERY DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD. IT IS ALSO CALL ABSENTEE VOTING.

On the other hand Lying under oath is ALWAYS a crime (perjury)whether you like it or not. Clinton lied to Congress and also before a court.

Posted by: John | March 8, 2006 12:16 PM | Report abuse

Curtis,

This is not new - you must remember that without the graveyard vote LBJ never would have been a US Senator nor President - this is Texas.

Both political parties are so corrupt that the people have given up hope.

Here in Brownsville one judge received over 100 mail ballot votes from people who only voted in the one race - they did not vote in any other race - in Texas it is still legal to pay politiquera to go the homes of senior citizens and steal their mail ballot and fill it in for them - the politiqueras fill in the name of the politician who paid them =

no one is going to stop it - it is TExas where corruption rules everything and everything is corrupt

I can only hope Chris Bell keeps his promise and reforms the Democratic Party

Bobby Wightman-Cervantes
www.balancingtheissues.com

Posted by: Bobby Wightman-Cervantes | March 8, 2006 12:02 PM | Report abuse

I have to admit that sometimes I'd like to wear a sack over my head when I have to admit I'm from Texas. And now the groundwork has been laid for an election win for Hair Perry. Kinky, Strayhorn, and Bell will draw votes from each other, splitting what could be a large vote against Perry. And on the national scene, the fix is in to nominate Hillary, whom I admire, but who inspires visceral hatred even among some Democrats. Nominating Hillary is a guaranteed loss for the Dems. If "egos" could come together for the sake of the party, they would nominate someone like Wes Clark, and as a compromise run Hillary as VP. But if they didn't want to compromise, Obama would be a better winning bet for VP. If the DNC could get behind a Wes Clark - Barack Obama ticket, the Rs would be left in the dust even if they nominated McCain. By the same token if "egos" in Texas would come together for the sake of the party, Perry could be defeated. BTW, I'm not an R or a D, but I hate what has happened to to our country.

Posted by: Iamboggled | March 8, 2006 11:57 AM | Report abuse


It's laughable, I must say, to see in American state of Texas, the these people can still Honor a man with there votes even thou his character is questionable.It speaks volumes to the rest of the world.

In my country if a congressman character is questionable he's certainly be voted out. You must hold your office honorable.

Posted by: Curtis | March 8, 2006 11:55 AM | Report abuse

Go Kinkster!!!!

Posted by: Proud Red Sea Pedestrian | March 8, 2006 11:27 AM | Report abuse

Bobby: glad I brightened up your day. TX is a strange place; I've often wondered which state is more odd, TX or CA. TX seems to be more free of the mitigating effects of culture and assimilation. You have my sympathies.

basiclegaltheory and Silent Cal: the GOP foamed at the mouth about Clinton being a criminal/murderer/drug dealer for many years before Monicagate (and no, I don't think that lying to Congress is a criminal offense; Congress allows it to happen all the time so neither do they in most cases). Whatever happens to Delay is an eensy-weensy tiny fraction of the IDIOTIC Whiteware investigation (>$60M with nothing to show). Calling Delay a criminal is trivial compared to those past transgressions.

Posted by: Judge C. Crater | March 8, 2006 10:32 AM | Report abuse

Oh Judge, you made me laugh so hard - and you are so right - it is purported to have been said by JFK upon arrival in Dallas "we are in nut land" when addressing Jackie - he was so right.

If I were a democrat outside the state of Texas I would look at the Texas Dems as a bunch of nuts and the republicans as a bunch of psychotic fascists -
thank GOd Chris Bell is calling for reform of the party.

It is hard to be a true Dem in Texas -

anyway on Delay the numbers were overwhelming - this fight is long from over - the lobbyist flaunted themselves last night while hosting Delay - they fear nothing -

now watch the money flow to Delay - this is going to be some battle and the race remains Delay's to lose.

Chris Bell showed extraordinary unity in teh Democratic Party this is good for November - Barbara Radnofsky with over a million dollars barely earned more votes than Gene Kelly who never left his house to campaign - there is now a run-off - Go GENE (by the way polls have showed most people under 40 do not even know of Gene Kelly the dancer/actor - here in Texas among Dems most of us know that Gene donates every two years to the Party by getting his name on the ballot- he is a true Dem who thinks and acts like a true Dem - it is just his way of donating to the party and trying to get something back - he is our protest vote)

hopefully the idiots in Washington sending Barbara money will stop now and send the money to Chris (yes a long shot - but the Democratic Party unity behind Chris is unlike anything we have seen in 12 years)

Also in a regular straight up and down Dems v. Repubs I would say why bother? to the Dems - but this one is not straight up and down - If Strayhorn does not get on the ballot her people could retaliate and vote for Chris - Also Chris needs to push Perry into a corner as to whether he supports an abortion law like in S. Dakota - never fly in Texas - but if Perry does not support such a law the Bible Belt extremist will go haywire on him.

Go Chris,

Remember guys I am a trained lawyer so I get paid by the word - and chill this is only a blog and not the Factor.

Thanks for that morning laught Judge - you are so right

Bobby Wightman-Cervantes
www.balancingtheissues.com

Posted by: Bobby Wightman-Cervantes | March 8, 2006 8:49 AM | Report abuse

The Internuts are foaming at the mouth over Cuellar's relatively easy win over Rodriguez. It's a good day to watch Kos, MyDD, etc, and watch the Left eat itself.

On the off-chance the Internuts would like to learn something about elections, the lesson in the TX-28 Democratic primary is voters don't like outsiders telling them what to do. You would think they would have learned from the Iowa presidential primary in 2004, but blind ideology causes people to make the same mistakes over and over.

Posted by: Silent Cal | March 8, 2006 8:00 AM | Report abuse

what happen to the position that all are innocent before being found guilty in a court of law??

why has this theory now gone out the window because of who is indicted?

wait until DeLay has his day and court and then we'll know if he is the amoral monster criminal you envision him as.

Posted by: basiclegaltheory | March 8, 2006 7:37 AM | Report abuse

As I have said before Delay won't be in political trouble unless he gets indicted by the Feds for taking bribes. By the margin of his victory he will easily coast to victory this fall. Mr. Tired & Hungry: Just to let you know I wore my nations military uniform for 20 years before retiring. I am not afraid to serve or to use my real name. I am not sure if I feel pity or contempt for cowards such as yourself.

Posted by: Barry Hoomes | March 8, 2006 6:34 AM | Report abuse

Dear Schilster: In America, there is a state called Texas. Texas exists in an alternate form of reality. In this parallel universe, voters who consider themselves highly moral vote for criminals if they are of the appropriate party afffiliation. This obviously means these voters are not actually highly moral people after all. However, this simple truth is too distressing for these voters to consider.

Is that clear enough?

Posted by: Judge C. Crater | March 8, 2006 6:27 AM | Report abuse

Ok, I'm looking at this from Europe and I can't say I fully understand the American Political system, however, DeLay is under criminal indictment for goodness sake and they still vote him in?

What's going on over there? Is the whole country now so complacent that it no longer matters what you do or how you conduct yourself?

Posted by: schilster | March 8, 2006 3:32 AM | Report abuse

ps. you, the media, allowed a demagogue to gain power and office...

who paid you off?


patriotism, fear, or cowardice?


demagogue also demagog ( ) n.

A leader who obtains power by means of impassioned appeals to the emotions and


_prejudices_


of the populace....as a way of doing business..


appeal to reason is somewhat different,
something that hasn't come up lately.

the visual linking of Tom Delay with racial hatred user, George Wallace...as well as the visceral resemblance....is for obvious reasons, you could include George W. Bush with that crowd, as well as cheyney, cunning ham, abraham_not, and as I understand it influence peddling along the potomoc landing...in DC

the current administration,

imagine a southern drawl:

let me tell yuh, "the negrah"

let me tell yuh, "the liberal"

kinda thing

or the gay marriages

or the baby kill-uhs

or the gun control-uhs

or the war hate-tuhs


the mythologizing of the opposing peoples into mother raping monsters...that want you to have anal sex with them...


it's called being a demagogue,

be a friend, take them off the road.


.

my question is why doesn't the media call using the national pulpit to gay bash a hate-crime...

scared of the hitleresque manneque?


I would suggest that those who would use thier governmental office for personal gain at the expense of the citizens lose thier citizenship, and be charged with treason and their properties confiscated....


intimidation as control shouldn't be tolerated....


that's the point, a dictator ship and a congress that holds it's people hostage to their desires and not what is good for the country don't deserve to serve....


tom delay: violated his oath of office twice and not a single member of congress has the grits to call him on it....


are they cowards or fellow crooks?

who needs to look for leaks when anyone with two eyes can see a pattern...


of corruption


Posted by: hello sheeeeeple... | March 8, 2006 2:00 AM | Report abuse

DeLay is corrupt, a fool, and a disaster

Posted by: Youdontspeakformecindy | March 8, 2006 2:00 AM | Report abuse

The Democrats prayers have been answered as DeLay is all set for glorious defeat this November!

http://www.intrepidliberaljournal.blogspot.com

Posted by: Intrepid Liberal | March 7, 2006 11:44 PM | Report abuse

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