The Democrats and the MSM may wish they never have boasted of “The Blue Wave” that was going to sweep up the Republican Party on November 7. Now less than two weeks before the midterm elections the Democratic Party and MSM are getting a bit nervous. The “Blue Wave” may turn into Democrats feeling blue.
In Maryland the US Senate Race is getting interesting. In a state where Democrats out-number Republicans 2 to 1, Republican candidate “Black Democrats Cross Party Lines To Back Steele For U.S. Senate.” Michael S. Steele is gaining momentum.
A coalition of black Democratic political leaders from Prince George’s County led by former county executive Wayne K. Curry endorsed Republican Michael S. Steele’s bid for the U.S. Senate yesterday.
The support from Curry, five County Council members and others barely a week before Election Day reflects their continued disappointment that the Democratic Party has no African American candidates at the top of the ticket and a sense that the county is being ignored, officials said.
Take a good listen Democratic Party to those that you have taken for granted far too long and merely have an expectation that Blacks will vote for you, just because.
“They show us a pie, but we never get a slice,” said Major F. Riddick Jr., a former aide to then-Gov. Parris N. Glendening and a former county executive candidate. “We are here today to say we’ve waited and we’ve waited and we’re waiting no longer.”