2018 Democrat & Republican primaries feature fun races

Pratt on TexasThe 2018 Texas party primary elections should be interesting with the race for the nomination for governor in the Democrat leftwing primary featuring the white-privilege enjoying male son  of a former Texas governor versus the just-resigned sheriff of Dallas County most often described as the first female, Hispanic, lesbian Democrat to hold such an important post.

(Yes, I realize the redundancy of “male son” but it is now necessary given sex fluidity in the minds of the modern Left.)

The modern Democratic Party has little interest in a white male son of a former governor unless said male pretends he is female and wears pink dresses to campaign stops.

Then you have another faction of the Democrats that thinks being so-called Hispanic is the only road to electoral riches but is somewhat cognizant that on the issues of sex and family morals, much of that voting-block, claimed by the Texas Democrat chairman as belonging to his party, identifies more with Republicans than with the Democrats.

The modern Democratic Party has little interest in a white male son of a former governor unless said male pretends he is female and wears pink dresses to campaign stops.

Republicans are sure to have fireworks and fun in the race for the party’s nomination for Texas Land Commissioner as incumbent George P. Bush has found his Yankee-lead Alamo “reimagine,” a desecration to those truly in the know, pulling him a major primary opponent in the former holder of his office title, Jerry Patterson.

Patterson is running because he too now understands just how off-the-rails the Alamo “reimagine” project is and what damage to Texas history and culture is being done under P. Bush’s watch.

There are a bunch of interesting open-seat Congressional primaries to watch too and many of you have competitive local courthouse races.

All in all, it should be an active and spirited 2018 party primary election season.

Comments

  1. Just make sure he’s not wearing a pink dress if you say something to him, otherwise you might be accused of something you didn’t mean.

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