In its “Pro-family guide to next Tuesday’s US Senate primary election in Massachusetts“, MassResistance, a radical-right, anti-choice, anti-gay organization led by Brian Camenker, finds all five candidates for U.S. Senate so lacking that it advises the following:
There are a lot of people who believe in voting for the lesser of two (or three) evils. We think that reasoning is flawed and just leads to an overall shift to the left. On Tuesday, we intend to go into the voting booth and hand in a blank ballot. We suggest you consider doing the same. It sends a good message.
Here is a summary of MassResistance’s reasons why they advise conservative voters to cast blank ballots:
Michael Sullivan betrayed his base (“a coalition of pro-family conservatives, Tea Party people, and other anti-GOP-establishment renegades”) by first accepting their help in collecting nomination signatures, then “unceremoniously chas[ing]” them out of the campaign and hiring a “campaign manager from RINO homosexual activist Richard Tisei’s Congressional campaign, and Beth Myers, a pro-gay marriage GOP establishment operative, to run his campaign”. Since then, “on the campaign trail, Sullivan has avoided making any appearances at Tea Party events, Second Amendment rallies, or similar venues.”
MassResistance also notes that Sullivan backs the repeal of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, and wouldn’t oppose the confirmation of a pro-choice judge to the US Supreme Court if they were otherwise qualified.
Daniel Winslow “is pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, and was the lone Republican supporter of the Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes bill. On the day of the DOMA hearing in the US Supreme Court, Winslow spoke at a homosexual rally at Boston City Hall, giving a fiery speech condemning DOMA and comparing “gay rights” to Lincoln freeing the slaves!”
Gabriel Gomez “is another pro-gay marriage RINO” who “earlier this year, told Gov. Deval Patrick that he supported Obama in 2008 and that he supports Obama’s positions on immigration and gun control. …Gomez is telling the media he’s a “A New Kind of Republican.” In other words, a Democrat.”
Edward Markey “is as far-left on every issue as one could imagine, and is a passionate supporter of the homosexual movement.”
Stephen Lynch used to be “a pro-family conservative, and we worked with him from time to time. But since going to Congress he has gone way over to the dark side and supports the homosexual agenda and similar left-wing staples. He still claims to be “personally” pro-life but vows to protect Roe v Wade and says he would block any Supreme Court nominees who would overturn that.”
Read the whole thing here — it’s a hoot.