You may have heard about the special Congressional election in Florida yesterday.

In that race, an underfunded Republican David Jolly defeated a well funded (through national Democratic sources) and well-promoted Democrat Alex Sink.

Many in the media are claiming it’s Obamacare that sunk Sink, a former candidate for Governor in Florida.

Not exactly.

Alex Sink was a moonbat on guns as well.  She earned herself an F-rating from the NRA with her support of Obama-style gun control.  David Jolly, on the other hand, supported gun rights.

Folks, Sink getting sunk is huge.  It portends a the sinking of anti-gun Democrats nationwide in this fall’s elections.

(Tampa Bay Times) – If I’m a Democratic House member in any competitive district in America or a Democratic incumbent senator up for re-election this year in a moderate-to-conservative state like North Carolina, Arkansas, Colorado, Alaska or Louisiana, I’m waking up more than a little anxious about what happened in Pinellas County on Tuesday.

In Alex Sink, Democrats had a better-funded, well-known nominee who ran a strong campaign against a little-known, second- or third-tier Republican who ran an often wobbly race in a district Barack Obama won twice. Outside Republican groups — much more so than the under-funded Jolly campaign — hung the Affordable Care Act and President Obama on Sink.

It worked.


5 thoughts on “Earthquake in Florida: Obamacare, guns sunk Sink”
  1. Every CONSERVATIVE everywhere, fedl, state and local, must now dedicate all their efforts to fighting AMNEST, in any shape or form. IF you won’t, we’ll never have a high elective office ever again. If FOURTEEN MILLION DEmocraps are just added to the rolls, it’s all over.

    Of course, that’s if the NORKS don’t EMP us come Springtime, anyways….

    Read “One Second After” if ya haven’t yet.

  2. Chicago (Illinois Review) – Politics
    makes strange bedfellows; especially
    as candidates work to be all things
    to all people in a diverse state like
    Illinois. For example, while GOP
    gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner
    appeals to gun owners by publishing
    photos of himself hunting, his finance
    committee chairman Ron Gidwitz is
    writing checks to gun control advocates.
    Records show that just before the close of 2013’s last quarter, Chicago businessman
    Ron Gidwitz wrote a check for $5,000 to the Chicago-based Gun Violence Prevention
    PAC, a relatively new political action group that supports gun control candidates and is
    led by Highland Park’s Tom Vanden Berk.
    Birds of a feather flock together?
    Rauner’s campaign chair writes $5k check to
    anti-gun PAC
    in Illinois.

  3. “Alex Sink was a moonbat on guns as well.”

    Wrong tense. Alex Sink IS a moonbat on guns as well.

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