Democrat thinking of the greater good

This of course is only when the greater good is for their party. It is amazing it had taken a shining light of realizing what everyone else predicated would happen. This comes to us via Hawaii as we watched Republican Charles Djou grabbed enough votes to beat the democratic competition. They were told that they would split the vote and Charles Djou the former Honolulu City councilman became the first Republican in nearly 20 years to win a congressional seat from Hawaii when he won the May 22 special election. Talk about late to the party or waking up from a bad dream to a reality slap, the former Democratic U.S. Rep. Ed Case said he would not run again for the Hawaii congressional seat. That means State Senator Colleen Hanabusa is a shoe to win the party nomination in the September 18 primary. We laughed as together Hanabusa and Case finished second and third with a combined 58 percent of the vote. The numbers beared out that Djou received 67,610 votes, or 39.4 percent, Hanabusa received 52,802 votes, or 30.8 percent and Case, received 47,391 votes, or 27.6 percent. This means Djou job just got extremely harder as he had solid support from state and national Republicans and ran a disciplined campaign focused on taxes and government spending at a time when Hawaii’s tourism-driven economy remains troubled and the state is facing a $1 billion deficit.

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