Farewell Wallace Collins – Oklahoma GOP Will Miss You

Oklahoma Democrats held their statewide convention this last weekend, at which time they selected a new chairman to lead the Democrats in the state. Mark Hammons beat former Vice Chair Dana Orwin, 306-216, to assume the position formerly held by Wallace Collins.

Ahhh, Wallace Collins. The Democratic Party in Oklahoma has taken a shellacking under his leadership. A post I wrote two years ago is a good summary of the ‘success’ Democrats have had with Collins as chairman.

OK Politechs May 19, 2013 – In a piece of great news for Oklahoma Republicans this weekend, Wallace Collins was reelected chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party. Collins was first elected to the position in 2011 and Oklahoma Democrats have taken a beating ever since, even from their own chairman.

Since Collins became chairman, Democrats have lost every statewide elected office, lost seats in the state House and the Senate, Obama failed to win a single county in the presidential election and the lone Democrat-held Congressional seat is now occupied by a Republican.

In the Oklahoma presidential primary in 2012, President Obama […] → Keep reading

Islam: The Evil Invading America

It has been near impossible lately to read any news without seeing Islam mentioned. With so many Islamic terrorist groups spreading their evil, murdering Christians and other non-Islamists in the most horrific ways, more attention has been given to Islam and to the evil for which it stands. You might already be asking yourself, did he just say Islam is evil? Yes, I did.

Certainly there are many nonviolent Muslims in the world, and they may even be in the majority, but the fact remains that the core tenets of Islam are violence, death, murder, rape and pedophilia. That the majority (just guessing) of Muslims do not take part in this evil does not change the fact that Islam is pure evil. U.S. politicians on both sides of the aisle frequently dismiss the evil of Islam, stating that Islam is a religion of peace and that the ‘extremists’ have hijacked it in order to conduct their terrorist activities. They’ve got it exactly backwards. The Muslims who are cutting the heads off of captors, raping women and children, committing mass murders […] → Keep reading

Two More Years of Democratic Obscurity In Oklahoma

In a piece of great news for Oklahoma Republicans this weekend, Wallace Collins was reelected chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party. Collins was first elected to the position in 2011 and Oklahoma Democrats have taken a beating ever since, even from their own chairman.

Since Collins became chairman, Democrats have lost every statewide elected office, lost seats in the state House and the Senate, Obama failed to win a single county in the presidential election and the lone Democrat-held Congressional seat is now occupied by a Republican.

In the Oklahoma presidential primary in 2012, President Obama lost fifteen counties to two other Democrats, one a publicity-seeking antiabortionist. After the results came in, Collins said, “Racism is alive and well in Oklahoma.” Apparently, someone forgot to remind Collins that Oklahoma has closed primaries and any ‘racism’ was confined to his own Democratic party.

Also during the 2012 presidential election cycle Collins made remarks comparing the Tea Party to a domestic terrorist, saying if Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh were alive today he would be in the Tea Party. When asked […] → Keep reading

Wallace Collins – Embarrassment to OK Democrats

Wallace Collins, chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party, has refused to back down from comments he made last week in which he said if Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh were alive today he would be in the Tea Party.

“I certainly stand by my remarks, because it’s widely known that McVeigh was anti-government. I think that he was a right-winger, and I think the current tea party people, while I’m not saying that they’re proposing violence, they’re anti-government,” Collins said Tuesday. “They dislike the government. I don’t know if you’d call them a government hater, but I certainly see them in a similar vein. Maybe they’re an offshoot or offspring or next generation.”

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Matt Pinnell, chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party, said Collins’ comments crossed the line of decency.

“Chairman Collins has stooped to a new low with his latest remarks,” Pinnell said in a statement. “This is as offensive and despicable as they come. To imply that a deranged madman who killed 168 people including 19 children is someone like me, a ‘right-winger,’ is way over […] → Keep reading