Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Birds of a feather

As Brandon has pointed out, Hiram Lewis is stepping up to the plate to face off with the Great Robert C. Byrd. What his chances are of succeeding is unknown, but somewheres around 34-45%, probably lower, but he is getting extra points because Byrd hasn't had any competition in so long. Lewis will most likely play so dirty that it will make West Virginians sick in the stomache, thus ruining any chance he has for future elections.

If you go to his website, you will see that he is already on the attack, making ridiculous claims about Robert C. Byrd and initiating a negative campaign run, but what is most sickening to me is the people he admire and associates with.

Does anyone remember the governor of WV that plead guilty to federal bribery, extortion and other federal charges and spent three years in prison? Arch Moore is the name of the crook and Mr. Lewis proudly poses for a photoshot with the evil bastard, oh yeah and his daughter is Shelley Moore-Capito. Anyone remember the fat putz who lied, played extremely dirty and spent millions of out of state money to oust our great Justice McGraw in the past elections? Brent Benjamin is his name and Lewis seems to be awful close to this corrupted neo-con. Does anyone remember the Neo Conservative money grabber who was paid off by the Bush administration to feed the public B.S. and fake support about the No Child Left Behind act? Armstrong Williams is the scoundrels name and looky there, Lewis and Williams together, corrupt and corrupt. Oh and we can't forget the evil, hell-cat Ann Coulter, who seems to be having a secret relationship with Mr. Lewis; Newt Gingrich who may be Lewis' biological father; and Jerry Falwell and Ben Stein who are just evil and weird all together.

All I can say is that there is so much corruption within this group that it would be suicide for West Virginians to even think about supporting this tool of the Republican party. Go with the free thinker and honorable Robert C. Byrd.

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