In today’s 4 o’clock hour of Sen. Dan Patrick (R-7)’s KSEV drive-time radio show, the Texas Senate sophomore-to-be put Republicans on notice that it is time to act like a majority.
Renewing a 2006 talking point, Patrick said it was some Republicans, not Democrats, who were responsible for the Voter ID bill failing to gain traction after listener John called to discuss his support for the legislation.
“If these Republicans get elected and do not do what they said they would, I will
name names,” Patrick said, adding that he was sick of Republicans acting as if they were not the majority in the Texas Legislature.
There it is–fair warning from the
Voice of Texas, who looks to renew his threat of using his now expanded radio network and influence of the Tea Party Caucus to bully the GOP into submission.
Prediction: Look for Dan Patrick to run for governor in 2014.