Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Lieberman and others, take note:

Sugar Land mayor quits District 22 race

Wallace, saying GOP should be united in write-in campaign, backs Sekula-Gibbbs

ERIC HANSON and RUTH RENDON
Houston Chronicle

SUGAR LAND — Citing his desire to support the Republican Party in its difficult write-in campaign to hold the congressional seat vacated by Tom DeLay, Sugar Land Mayor David Wallace withdrew from the race Monday.

The move leaves Houston Councilwoman Shelley Sekula-Gibbs as the sole Republican write-in candidate — a condition, Wallace said, for $3 million in campaign funding from the national GOP.
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"Now is the time for all Republicans to unite around one candidate and preserve our conservative voice in Congress," (emphasis mine) Wallace said during a news conference at Sugar Land City Hall.

full article


Through everyday common sense, we know that there's strength in unity. The republicans learned this lesson quite some time ago, and it serves them well. Will the democrats ever? Recent events, such as the Lieberman calamity, tells me no.

If we're going to take back anything this November, we're going to have to get a little smarter, people!


Buck