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Taiwan’s Next Action Media continues to crank out its timely animations about the American political landscape. Now, the artists offer their take on the Election Day “Express.”
“A Tea Party insurgency has left rancor and discord within the GOP’s big tent. Led by Sarah Palin, Tea Party candidates have scored several primary upsets against establishment candidates … ,” NAMtv’s website says as it spotlights Delaware’s new GOP nominee, Christine O’Donnell, firing away in tandem with Sarah Palin.
“The Democrats, believing the Tea Party cannot win in a general election, are predictably happy with Tea Party’s primary success. But are the Democrat’s underestimating the strength of this populist movement?”
Christine O’Donnell is a game-changer in the first regularly scheduled federal elections of the Tea Party era in more ways than one.
The evidence? Read the reactions of three people from various parts of the political-media establishment: Peggy Noonan (“Why It’s Time for the Tea Party, Chris Matthews (“Chris Matthews Bets Lib Guest Christine O’Donnell Wins in November“) and A.B. Stoddard of The Hill (“Tea Party’s Already Won“).
“Experts” said Ms. O’Donnell couldn’t win in the Delaware Republican primary, and many now say she can’t win the general election. They have hoped that about all the Tea Party era candidates, but the vicious attacks on O’Donnell — especially those coming from establishment Republicans — demonstrate that the “smartest people in the room” have failed to grasp what the Tea Party knows is at stake.
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