It's an understatement to say that conservatives are not happy that John McCain has emerged as the front-runner for the Republican nomination.
Radio talker Laura Ingraham today urged a platform fight to make sure McCain wouldn't get his say on such issues as immigration or campaign finance regulation. Rush Limbaugh has said McCain's nomination would turnoff so many conservatives it would destroy the Republican Party
Now, Human Events Online compares the early primary states that have launched McCain to the Axis of Evil in Iraq, Iran and Korea.
"The Republican Party has been hijacked," says the article.
"Over the past month a new Axis of Evil has emerged - not one based in Damascus, Tehran or Pyongyang - but instead in Cedar Rapids, Charleston, South Carolina, Derry, New Hampshire and Boca Raton, Florida. It is the liberal and “independent” voters in these 4 states that have nearly completed a deed that makes Kim Jong Il envious -the near crippling of the American Electoral System.
"These four states have combined their native liberal populism with an imported liberal electorate and have forced the GOP to accept a nominee so distasteful that in more than one poll -- the numbers of voters choosing not to vote and those choosing to vote third party actually exceed those who will hold their nose and vote for Maverick, War Hero, Amnesty Supporter, John McCain."