NC Democratic party Executive Director Jay Parmley resigns, blames right-wing bloggers…
To refresh people’s memories: allegations came out last week that NC Democratic party Executive Director Jay Parmley had sexually harassed a male staffer (the Daily Caller noted yesterday that local reports are saying that said staffer was also allegedly fired after making a complaint; if that’s true, then there’s a bigggggggggg problem going on in North Carolina right now for the Democratic party*). Anyway, Parmley | Read More »
Bob Etheridge expected to concede at 3 PM.
Oh, did we steal his thunder? Did he want to admit to his loss on his own terms? Yeah, I’m really broke up about that. Congratulations, Rep.-elect Renee Elmers. Serve well. Moe Lane (crosspost) PS: Remember, folks: two cameras. Always have two cameras.
Day Two of the Etheridge Incident.
I’m not particularly surprised that the Etheridge Incident is perturbing the Beltway. It has all the elements that one needs: A genuine, newsworthy scenario (Congressman attacks cameraman); An easily-accessible narrative (Congressman attacks cameraman); A clear video record (note: two cameras, with footage spliced together); A hint of scandal (Was the Congressman drinking?); And a hint of conspiracy (Was the Congressman set up?). Plus, of course, | Read More »
Meet Renee Ellmers (R CAND, NC-02).
Bob Etheridge‘s opponent, but you knew that already. We were able to speak with her briefly: as you can imagine, she’s been busy today. Renee’s site is here. Moe Lane Crossposted to Moe Lane.
Bob Etheridge (D, NC-02) attacks student.
This is why you need to have two cameras. The first one, to record being assaulted by a sitting Congressman (Bob Etheridge, D, NC-02): …and a second one, to record the person recording being assaulted by a sitting Congressman (Bob Etheridge, D, NC-02):
PPP: Dems reshuffling deck chairs on HCR Titanic.
Let me preface this by saying that I have nothing against Tom Jensen of Public Policy Polling: he’s a Democratic pollster, sure, but he doesn’t bury polls that are unhelpful to his side. Which is smart of him – it makes him more credible when he tells me things that I don’t particularly want to hear – but there’s nothing wrong with having a credible | Read More »