Admiral Joe Knocks Regular Joe Off Dem Ballot

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court  ruled today that Joe Vod Varka failed to get the 2,000 valid signatures required to be on the May 18 ballot for the Democrat Party senate primary election.

Vod Varka, a small  business owner from Allegheny County, shocked the political establishment by appearing to get the signatures last March.

He describes himself as a
conservative Democrat. He is against ObamaCare and has been an NRA
member for 36 years.

The action came after a challenge by Congressman Joe Sestak (D-Pa7) and the ruling leaves the race between him and party-endorsed incumbent Arlen Specter.

Specter responded with this statement: The people, specifically Democratic Primary voters, should have decided
whether Mr. Vodvarka was worthy of support, not Joe Sestak and the court
system. And Cong. Sestak was happy to pay big bucks to his lawyers to knock a
regular guy like Joe Vodvarka off the ballot, but he’s not willing to
pay the minimum wage to his own campaign employees.

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