There will be no place in the Republican party for Jim Webb.

I mention this solely because this article (H/T: Hot Air Headlines) seems to think that former Virginia Senator Jim Webb has any option besides running for President, and ultimately losing even the nomination, as a Democrat.  …He does not.  Either party will accept a convert, readily enough: many people have honorably switched political affiliations over the years, including myself.  But to yo-yo between the parties is pretty much considered to at least suggest a basic weakness in one’s character.  Indecision at best; opportunism at worst.  Neither is thought of as being evidence of Presidential material.

Besides, he’ll look better among the Democrats anyway.  Over there the one-term, undistinguished, nonproductive, and generally ineffectual Senators can really shine.  If Webb tried to run in our primaries all the two-term governors and firebrand Senators would eat his liver and lights – and if Jim Webb doesn’t realize that by now, then I heartily encourage him to try to run in my party’s primary.  The sight of his destruction would be pleasing unto all our eyes…

Moe Lane

10 thoughts on “There will be no place in the Republican party for Jim Webb.”

  1. He wouldn’t make it through the state convention where the actual endorsing in the RPV gets done these days. People remember the antisemitic BS he pulled to get elected.

    1. Not to mention his Obamacare vote. He voted for the damn thing. Not a chance in hell he’d be viable in the Republican party.

    1. While you’re moderating (my comment is awaiting moderation [because of the links?]) can you attach this to my “Jim who?” comment, where I thought I was putting it? And is there a codex anywhere for wordpress so I can learn to format links and videos and such here?

Comments are closed.