Monday, March 12, 2012
Breaking News: Bob Turner For US Senate?
The question begs, For the trillions who make this reform minded commentator the undisputed leader in the politics of Brooklyn.
The question begs, This reform minded commentator has returned with "Breaking News" regarding "The Man They Now Call", Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner.
The question begs, From http://www.capitaltonight.com/2012/03/brooklyn-gop-chair-pushes-turner-for-congress/
"With the GOP nominating convention in Rochester just four days away, Brooklyn Republican Chairman Craig Eaton sent a letter today to his fellow county chairs, imploring them to avoid a repeat of the in-fighting in 2010 that handed Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand her first statewide win and unite behind Rep. Bob Turner to challenge the Democratic junior senator."
The question begs, There is no one who knows better on how to beat "Democrooks", I mean Democrats like "Out of Touch", "Leftist", US Senator Kristen Gillibrand, then the man who helped make Bob Turner, "The Man They Now Call" Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner then the greatest Republican Party chairman who has ever lived, now three-term, Brooklyn GOP Chairman, the "Immortal", Craig A. Eaton.
"Eaton said each of the three declared Republican US Senate candidates – Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos, attorney Wendy Long and Rye Town Supervisor Joe Carvin – has “advantages and disadvantages."
The question begs, This reform minded commentator would agree.
"I am deeply concerned, though, that a contentious Republican Primary, and the possibility of the Republicans and Conservatives selecting different candidates to represent them, will spoil our chances of winning this senate seat. We are looking at a possible repeat of 2010 the way this is playing out.”
The question begs, With the chance of winning back the US Senate, as always the greatest Republican Party Chairman who has ever lived, the "Immortal", Craig A. Eaton is spot on.
"There is an alternative. But there is little time. I ask you to consider the following immediately: Republican-Conservative Rep. Bob Turner sprang onto the national scene last year. He captured the nation’s imagination by winning what was considered an impossible race in the middle of New York City – by seven points – in a district that hasn’t elected a Republican congressman since 1923!”
The question begs, All thanks to the greatest Republican Party Chairman who has ever lived, the "Immortal", Craig A. Eaton who helped make Brooklyn and New York City history by helping elect not "one", but "two" Republican congressman to represent our great borough.
"And he did it by convincing Republicans, Democrats and independents to vote for him while runnning unapologetically against the Obama Agenda that Senator Gillibrand has furthered every step of the way."
The question begs, Thanks in part to "Southern Brooklyn" of course.
"Turner has national and international name ID. The entire country was riveted to his race less than a year ago. Bob Turner’s campaign became a referendum on President Obama – and we won! Bob, a highly successful television executive, was given a standing ovation in the halls of Congress when he was sworn in.”
The question begs, Which is exactly why we need someone like "The Man They Now Call", Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner in the US Senate.
"The Democrats are now killing Bob Turner’s congressional district. They are eviscerating it."
The question begs, In other words there making the people of "Southern Brooklyn" pay for doing what's right.
"They do not want Turner to remain a public symbol for the major loss President Obama suffered in our state last year. But we can do something about that by running him for U.S. Senate."
The question begs, This reform minded commentator infinite times agrees with the greatest Republican Party chairman who has ever lived, Brooklyn GOP Chairman, the "Immortal", Craig A. Eaton in supporting "The Man They Now Call", Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner becoming "The Man They Now Call", Brooklyn US Senator Bob Turner.
The question begs, As Always The Truth Has Spoken.