Thursday, September 16, 2010

The Bearded Marxist, My Pet Coons

Well, this is odd... and quite helpful to Christine O'Donnell's message when facing Coons:

Yesterday -- "I'm going to be very honest with you — Chris Coons, everybody knows him in the Democratic caucus. He's my pet. He's my favorite candidate," Reid said.

Otherwise known as a lapdog Coons. And then there is Coon's "Bearded Marxist ... The Blaze picks up the story, because the lame-stream media won't cover it:
In the Amherst college student newspaper in 1985, Coons authored an article titled “The Making of a Bearded Marxist,” which explains his transformation from the founder of the Amherst College Republicans, to someone who realized his once-held “beliefs in the miracles of free enterprise and the boundless opportunities to be had in America were largely untrue.”
The change occurred after a trip to Kenya, where his website says he was studying at the University of Nairobi.
“[I]t is only too easy to return from Africa glad to be American and smugly thankful for our wealth and freedom,” Coons wrote of the experience. “Instead, Amherst had taught me to question, so in turn I questioned Amherst, and America.”
In the end, however, Politico notes that while Coons “had discovered the faults of his country, he had also ‘returned to loving America.’”

So tell me how is a Constitutional Conservative unelectable in Delaware? Do people in Delaware love Marxist pets that much? Lapdogs? Do they even know what that means, to people who live in a free society? Do they actually think this could possibly end well ??

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