The MU Law Prof fails to get even half as many votes as Justice Pat Roggensack in yesterday's Primary Election.
Conservatives shouldn't pop the champagne just yet, however. Fallone received more votes than moonbat JoAnne Kloppenburg did in the Primary two years ago, and she came within 7,000 or so votes from winning in the General less than two months later.
Over 50 years ago, Phyllis Schlafly wrote a short book about Presidential politics called “A Choice, Not a Echo.” Schlafly’s book was an attack on the Eastern Republican Establishment – a group (think Nelson Rockefeller and John Lindsay) that would make politicians who are derided today as RINOs (such as Lindsey Graham and, inexplicably, Jeb Bush) look like tea party stalwarts. The book was an important part of the rise of the modern GOP and the realignment of our political parties along ideological lines. Conservatives left the Democrats. Liberals left the Republicans.