Will MSNBC’s Chris Matthews be the Senate Dems’ 60th vote after 2010?
There are several schools of thought on Chris Matthews’s mind, and given what we’ve seen of this mind, it’s reasonable to conclude that these schools of thought are public schools of the worst quality. To match the man. Chris Matthews’s brother Jim is boss of Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County Board of Commissioners. (He was also on the Lynn Swann ticket a few years ago when Governor | Read More »
Is Jack Murtha in Trouble?
Not that it was considered possible. Not this year. However, we could be close to removing Okinawa Jack Murtha’s arrogant, corrupt mug from the United States Congress. This one is happening mostly under the radar, but, though considered unthinkable by bitter, partisan Dems, it is happening. Jack Murtha has represented Pennsylvania’s 12th CD for sixteen undistinguished terms in which he has seemingly done nothing but | Read More »
Obama’s lead down to two points in Pennsylvania
John McCain and Sarah Palin have spent a lot of time in Pennsylvania of late, and team Obama might have an internal poll showing the race in the commonwealth tightening fast. [M]uch buzz today surrounds the apparently inadvertent leak of an internal poll by Barack Obama’s campaign in Pennsylvania that supposedly showed the Democrat leading there by only 2 percentage points — a much-slimmer margin | Read More »
PA-4: Does Dem Rep. Jason Altimire really want to drill?
Democrat Congressman Jason Altmire is a member of the “Class of Rahm,” elected in 2006 when former Clinton (Bill) aide Rahm Emanuel ran the DCCC, who knocked of Republican rising star Melissa Hart to take from her the PA-4 (near Pittsburgh) job. Almire has now had almost two years to indistinguish himself by toeing Nancy’s line, and former Congresswoman Hart is back. In a press | Read More »