December 24, 2017
Well, why shouldn’t we just let greasy, evil aliens take over our entire government?
What right do we even have to have our own government, given that white people do not exist?
After all, this greasy, stinking animal is a true conservative that represents true American Constitution values – just like Nimrata “Suck Your Knob Off” Randhawa.
When one clicks on Dr. Sapan Shah’s campaign website for his Republican primary race for the U.S. Congress from the 10th District of Illinois, you see a wonderful video of a family celebrating Christmas. Dr. Shah and his wife, Rachna, greet parents, relatives and friends, exchange gifts, remember his childhood, his graduation from medical school and law school, all in the backdrop of a beautiful Christmas tree and a table laden with choice dishes. That approximately one minute video reveals much about the man who promises “to bring real world experience and common sense to Washington, D.C.” – that he is proud of his Indian heritage, his qualifications and accomplishments, and has weathered some mishaps, like the flooding of his house twice over the years.
The Republican primary is scheduled for March 20, and Shah will be competing against two other Republicans who have announced their candidacy so far and are vying for the party’s endorsement. They are Highland Park activist and lawyer Jeremy Wynes who declared in May. Wynes has also worked for the powerful American Israel Public Affairs Committee, AIPAC, and is responsible for launching the Chicago office of the Republican Jewish Coalition. The other candidate is Doug Bennett, a computer consultant and vice chair of West Deerfield Township Republicans.
The District 10 seat is currently held by Democrat Brad Schneider, and were Shah to win in the primary, he may have a challenge defeating the three-term incumbent who is unopposed for the Democratic primary.
Crain’s Chicago Business describes Dr. Shah as the “Number 1” candidate of the three Republicans vying for party support, in what is considered an expensive race for Congress. “Many insiders believe unseating him (Brad Schneider) now is a real long shot, given how 2018 is shaping up. But political predictions are risky nowadays,” Crain’s said. The same report said that as of early November, Dr. Shah has retained Core Strategy Group and local consultant Scott McPherson for his campaign, and that he had raised $310,000 till then, including $100,000 of his own money. That is the highest amount of the three candidates. Wynes had raised $260,000, and Bennett $125,000 by that date, Crain’s reported.
Boomers love this stuff.
A brown person who accepted American values.
So he probably does have a chance. Because even boomer Democrats get swayed by this sort of thing. The emotions of it. It just whisks them away.