Tuesday night, Jason Lewis won his primary against Darlene Miller and John Howe. Saying that this was expected is understatement. Lewis now heads into the general election against the DFL’s Angie Craig. The DCCC is already spinning Lewis as a rigid ideologue from hell.


Craig’s only hope of winning this election is to make the focus on Jason Lewis. The minute that this becomes a fight between Angie Craig’s progressive agenda and Lewis’ ideas for creating jobs and protecting us from terrorists, this race is over.

Nowhere on Ms. Craig’s issue page, which has a heading of “My Priorities”, does it talk about protecting against terrorist attacks, though it mentions “Slowing the Pace of Climate Change.”

When Ms. Craig talks about veterans care, she’s all about describing the problem:

We owe so much to the brave men and women who volunteer to serve our country in the armed forces. When they come home from their service, they deserve access to every benefit and opportunity they’ve earned. However, so often our veterans are faced with long wait times at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and service-related health problems that aren’t fairly compensated.

A 2014 internal audit by the VA found that more than 120,000 veterans waited at least 90 days for healthcare appointments or never received appointments at all. And as of January 2016, over 82,000 veterans were still waiting for the VA to evaluate their claims for service-connected disability compensation more than 125 days after filing.

Nowhere in that word soup is an identifiable solution. I’m not interested in another cookie-cutter politician that can identify problems but can’t identify solutions.

Jason Lewis is into solving problems. He’s also a principled Constitution-first citizen. It’s time to elect Jason Lewis.

4 Responses to “Lewis wins primary, DCCC spinning”

  • Chad Q says:

    Ah yes, the DFL has put up another rich white liberal woman who talks a lot, says nothing, and wants to tell the plebeians how they should run their lives.

    Her endorsement list is a who’s who of baby killers and communist party members.

  • eric z says:

    Do you guys see much difference between Jason Lewis and Rod Grams? Has Lewis tried to distinguish himself from the Grams legacy? Would either want to privatize TSA, as Bob Barr has suggested:


    It seems like an issue position I’d expect from Lewis.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Personally, I don’t have a problem with privatizing the TSA because it’s ineffective & doesn’t protect people. If something doesn’t solve a problem, get rid of it.

  • Bob J. says:

    Lewis has too much Libertarian in him for my tastes but clearly is a better option than Craig.

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