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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Murdock's Moment

Though I swung and missed at the Little story (see above), it looks like Glenn Murdock's BCA support is even deeper than I had thought.

Murdock officially announced his Supreme Court campaign yesterday and representatives from each wing of the GOP were present.

Tom Dart, executive director of the Automobile Dealers Association of Alabama, said his group is supporting Murdock and he expects most other business groups to do the same. Dart described Murdock as "a good, conservative judge" who can bridge the business and religious sides of the Republican party.

"He just has bona fide evangelical legal credentials," [Tom]Parker said.
With those two guys (and who they represent) in his corner , I'm ready to go ahead and pencil in Murdock's name on the November ballot. I knew that the BCA types were going to back Murdock, but it is quite a coup to have them so public so early.

At this rate I am not sure that Jean Brown will even make it to the June primary. She should look at running for an appellate seat or maybe even a local judgeship. With a unified GOP, John England, or other Democrats looking at this race, might be smart to take the same advice.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was surprised the BCA was so easily bought off by the trial lawyers. this signals the BCA has conceded 'christians' to trial lawyers. Moore and Parker will bring out the 'christian' voters like jessie jackson summons the black masses so its not a question of 'if', but how strong.
give the 'christian trial lawyer backed entities anything and your dealing with the devil

9:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zac you're right again. Your anonymous poster doesn't get it though. The point is BCA already bested the trial lawyers on this seat. They weren't bought off or co-opted. They won this one.

10:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The BCA has for years been hoodwinked, and this year is no different. Sadly, this is a judicial race and the baby that was split is called 'justice'.
alabama justice is a joke.

10:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

here is glen murdock exposed.

2:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

there must be a mole inside the bca, if not, their political analytical skills are on par with siegelmans ethical skills... non existant

10:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I suspect that Jean Brown will have the last laugh. She stood tall for the rule of law even though it was against her own political interests. She lost narrowly in a very small turnout with a lot of demo-cross over votes. Most Republicans remember her courage and will support her this time in droves. And don't forget the Republican woman vote. Brown was the first Republican woman elected to the Supreme Court replacing Janie--never saw a Beasley case I didn't like--Shores.

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