Oh, yeah, like that’s not going to be awkward.
Texas Democrats are scrambling to can stop a controversial pro-impeachment, anti-ObamaCare candidate from advancing in their party’s Senate primary.
Winning the general election is long shot for any nominee. But with Democrats optimistic about a resurgence in the Lone Star State and their chances in the governor’s race, Lyndon LaRouche acolyte Kesha Rogers could damage those hopes if she even advances to a runoff on Tuesday.
Such a scenario once seemed like a long shot, but a University of Texas-Texas Tribune Internet-based survey late last month showed the controversial candidate outpolling two better-funded and well-endorsed opponents, dentist David Alameel and attorney Maxey Scherr.
Mind you – and contra the Hill – the Democrats aren’t about to win the Governor’s race this fall. And I would suggest that the people who let this situation arise in the Democratic primaries… are wonderful people who shouldn’t change a thing. Well done, folks. Well done.
PS: No. Really. I am terrified of the Democrats in Texas now. They can even repeat that, I am so despondent…