Washington DC Creeps Into Houston Politics

The “leadership” in Washington DC has a knack for creeping into Texas and just causing all sorts of uneasiness. It’s not a secret that Texas is an ATM for the national Democratic offices, such as the DNC, DCCC, DSCC, etc. But, now  they’ve taken to picking the winners when the election is actually happening.

Nancy Pelosi was in Texas last week and in an interview warned Democrats to pick the DC choice in the Primary, or in her words, the person Washington thinks can win in November, or else the race no longer is a priority to be funded.

We have to be cold-blooded in what we do. In other words, if the wrong person wins – well nobody’s wrong – but if the person who can’t win, wins, it’s not a priority race for us anymore…

So much for Democracy. Then why even have Primaries? Thank goodness the Russians are around to blame for November, though.

So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that an article in something called The Intercept covered a couple of women candidates running for CD7. Basically, the article covers and criticizes how national group EMILY’s List is funding the campaign of Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, while attempting to elevate the campaign of Laura Moser, another candidate.

Well, the article (and maybe internal polling) must have hit a nerve, because the DCCC then went on the attack against Moser right in the middle of early voting. Moser is accused of being a DC insider by DC insiders, which blows the mind! Word on the street is painting Moser as a huge liberal who can’t win, thus making Fletcher and “T” the favorites of the big money and Washington insiders for their “moderate” positions. All the money and power flying around hasn’t tainted my support of James Cargas for CD7, who actually put CD7 on the map for these well-funded new arrivals to politics.

Then, there’s the story of Chuck Schumer injecting himself in the CD29 race to replace retiring Gene Green. Schumer endorsed the guy trying to buy the seat with his own money–Javed. Javed has written himself enough checks to buy a few campaigns, while buying off Schumer through big money donations and hosting fundraisers for Schumer and the DSCC. Schumer can be bought by the private prison industry and just about everyone else, apparently. With money that won’t ever make it to Beto’s campaign, or Texas. So, Javed really isn’t helping anyone but himself–and the chisme-driven lackeys he employs.

I’ll never forget how the DCCC and the DSCC gained so much popularity among Latinos when they ran anti-immigrant ads with Texas money back in 2006. And who was running the DSCC during that time? Chuck Schumer. And Javed’s campaign treasurer (former Congressman) Nick Lampson did his own anti-immigrant ads, too, in a feeble attempt to sell himself to white, right-wing voters. Now, you know how one becomes “former.” 

When one makes the connections–mind blown!

Let’s face it, the DC-types enjoy having Texas as an ATM–always have. They helicopter in to Texas like a cartel collecting from underlings, take the blood money, and helicopter out, spending it lavishly on candidates not Texan and maybe not on candidates. Not that the big money people don’t mind gaining a little access to the DC folks. It’s the small money donors, though, who end up throwing their money away when some anti-immigrant, anti-choice “moderate” gets elected. Yeah, blood money.

Democracy is hanging by a thread for so many reasons. Early voting is going on right now through March 2. VOTE!



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