Democratics looking to oust Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are reaching into the Kentucky TEA party activist movements who wish to accomplish precisely the same thing. Soros-funded Lefty organization MoveOn, together with a Democrat superPAC, have offered to fund and to share organizing expertise with TEA partiers in an effort to weaken or eliminate McConnell in the next primary.
Sarah Durand, president of the Louisville Tea Party, said Democratic donors and activists have told her that they’d be willing to spend seven figures in a GOP primary to help a candidate willing to challenge McConnell. Durand said the challenge for tea party groups is to recruit a candidate who wouldn’t hand the seat to the Democrats, even though, she said, tea party leaders across the state are not satisfied with McConnell’s three-decade tenure in Washington.
Sometimes the stupid - it burns.
While it's one thing to acknowledge that a life-long politician is almost certain to have hung around well past his pull-date, it's quite another to accept funding and "advice" from Leftists. If the TEA partiers in Kentucky take them up, they're really no better than the 30-year incumbent. Only an idiot would believe that the far Left would offer such resources out of the goodness of their collective heart.
They may be out for many things, but one thing is certain: they aren't out to help.