This "third party" released a list of endorsements today for the November elections which is laughably being touted as proof they are an independent, viable alternative party. It gives proof of my assertion, actually.
But you don't need to take my word for it. They tell you their strategy right here on their web site. They show Jane Doe, a Democrat, beating John Q. Public, a Republican, by having a combined total from the D and WFP lines. The example, perhaps, reveals more than they intend.
This year, they are apparently endorsing all five Democrats running for Congress in Connecticut. Of the seventeen cross-endorsements they make for State Senate, two are Republicans; John Kissel and Leonard Fasano. The rest are Democrats aside from a candidate they have put up against Joan Hartley, arguably the most conservative Democrat in the Senate.
Of all the endorsements they make for State Representative, none are Republicans. Democrat Linda Schofield has a WFP opponent presumably because she voted more conservatively as well.
Other than that... all Dems. And it seems like party spokesman Joe Dinkin is getting lax in trying to keep up the charade: "The core part of our strategy is to help good Democrats who support our issues -- running against Dems who don't and supporting the (rare) Republican who does" he said according to Capitol Watch.
The donkey may have two heads. But it's still just one big jackass.