Readers who heed what the media says would have thought the tea party bitter clingers were dead, so this week’s election results must have seemed to them like the attack of the zombies.
The zombies made their appearance known in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Utah.
Less than a year ago a Washington Post blogger contended the tea party was running out of steam, that Senators Olympia Snowe, Dick Lugar and Orrin Hatch looked to easily win re-election against tepid tea party opposition.
Snowe dropped out of the running; Lugar lost his primary election this week after holding his seat as Senator from Indiana for 36 years, and Orrin Hatch was forced by his showing in a state convention into a primary even after he pledged to fight to overturn ObamaCare:
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