November 2, 2010, - 10:07 pm
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As you’ll recall, a few weeks ago, I endorsed and asked you to support down-the-line conservative Republican, Dr. Rob Steele, for Congress. As I told you, not only does Rob Steele get it on domestic issues, he gets it on jihad, the Islamic threat, and the importance of supporting America’s only reliable friend in the Mid-East, Israel. And I told you that I thought Steele actually had a chance to unseat the longest serving Member of Congress who is 84 years old and has held the seat for more than half a century.
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My friend, Morrie Amitay, a former head of AIPAC–when it was actually a great organization, told me a few weeks ago that he didn’t think he’d see John Dingell defeated in his lifetime. Well, Morrie, eat your words, because I want you to live a long time more. But, so far, John Dingell is GETTING TROUNCED by Rob Steele. Yeah!!!! If anything, this should show people that the Muslims in Dearbornistan do not comprise the influential voting bloc they claim they do. They were 100% behind their Hezbollah-supporting friend Dingell. [UPDATE: Given the results, the Muslims still didn’t make the difference. In fact, most candidates they endorsed lost, including Suzanne Sareini, a Muslim Arab running for the Legislature from Dearbornistan. Dingell was one of the few exceptions, and he won by too large of a margin for the Muslims to have made the difference.]
Thanks to all of you who followed my advice and responded with donations and other support to Rob Steele. Let’s hope the election results above continue to trend that way as the rest of the votes in the race are counted.
**** UPDATE, 10:29 p.m.: Rob Steele still defeating Hezbollah’s Congressman:
**** UPDATE, 10:50 p.m.: Damn. John Dingell now holds a slight lead:
**** UPDATE, 11/03/10 – 12:44 a.m.: Damn. John Dingell wins. Rob Steele came closer than anyone. Maybe next time. Looks like my friend, Morrie, was right. But I predict John Dingell will retire after this term because the Republicans control the Michigan Legislature and will redraw the districts, including his, to be better suited to electing Republicans. To the GOP winners in 2010, go the redistricting spoils, once U.S. Census data is compiled and released.
**** UPDATE, 11/03/10 – 3:25 a.m.: Latest numbers in.
**** UPDATE, 11/03/10 – 8:00 a.m. – Final:
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