I stumbled across a website dedicated to a loser.
Stop Scott Steiner is a website about a Judge who was censured for having sex with an intern (in his chambers) and having sex with an attorney who had business before the court (also in his chambers).
According to www.stopscottsteiner.com, we finally found what it takes to get the OC GOP off of an incumbent. The equivalent of a legal felony.
As I am deign to point out, OC GOP hero John Moorlach missed the memo about Mike Corona as he continued to defend him even after he was a convicted felon.
I am still sitting here shaking my head. While I am taking shots at some incumbents this cycle, even after 18 years in politics, I am still offended by the rampant hypocricy of it all.
For those of you scoring at home:
Wagner wants to take on Moorlach. Bad. Wagner Money to GOP, Bad. Moorlach doing nothing for anyone, double dipping pension and gov’t check, Good.
Mimi Walters money to GOP, Good. Greg Raths, Bad.
Scott Baugh takes on Dana Rohrabacher, Good. Dana Rohrabacher, allegedly does nothing for GOP, Bad.
And, now here we are with Scott Steiner. He is the legal equivalent of a convicted sex offender. He withdrew his request for an endorsement, OK. Why the hell isn’t the OCGOP endorsing his opponent?
The fear over Greg Raths challenge to Mimi Walters is well-founded. The near psychotic response to Don Wagner’s aborted run against John Moorlach was also well-founded. IT appears that the status quo is a political narcotic that is running its’ full course and the Donald Trump election is the full blown cancer it has caused.
Incumbents are going to be hunted, the loss of control for the establishment will be extraordinary.
There is a solution – return to principle and start setting fire to people that misbehave. There is a solution for incumbents, govern with integrity, stay connected to your district and build the GOP. (BTW – I think Walters has done all three of these, she just appears to be too close to the compromising GOP leadership) I may even suggest 12 step meetings for the addictive behavior some exhibit in their fealty to the status quo as well.
P.S. At least I am honest about being paid (sometimes) for my opinions. That kind of honesty across the board may also help.