Vince & Larry Married in Arizona
Kevin McCullough has written an article entitled LIBS: Standing on the Shoulders of Crash Dummies in Townhall.com that contains the following excerpts in analysis:
"Look at how the candidates described themselves: "pro-marriage", "pro-life", "pro-gun", "born-again Christian", "pro-business", "anti-tax,” and in one case "former member of the Reagan administration.""
"They invoked Jesus, God, the Bible, marriage, and faith in decibel and volume that would have earned Soros-sized scorn, and Kos-site mockery - were the party to actually let them demonstrate any of it."
If some of these freshmen do indeed hold some of these principles on a deeper level than just efficacious campaign rhetoric, they would not be allowed to 'demonstrate any of it' by the liberal leadership. To the level that this may be true, perhaps they would be good candidates to:
1) Form coalitions ala the 'Gang of 14' to wield power to frustrate liberal leadership initiatives, or
2) Switch parties to gain support for re-election.
Presupposing that their constituencies voted, at least in part, for these principles, these freshmen may be facing the choice between being one-hit crash test dummies or two-termers.