Delaware Democrats unhappy that Senate seat apparently now hereditary.
After all, political dynasties are actually not uncommon in American political history: but ones named “Biden?” I mean, really. Biden? Biden replacement creates blowback By: Andy Barr November 25, 2008 10:13 AM EST Delaware Gov. Ruth Ann Minner’s (D) decision to appoint Vice President-elect Joe Biden’s longtime aide Ted Kaufman to the Senate has upset local Democrats who believe the move was a ham-handed attempt | Read More »
The First State Rebound
Delaware, “The First State,” has been reliably blue since Governor Dale E. Wolf left office in 1993. The state of Delaware consists of three counties. Northernmost New Castle County includes the City of Wilmington as well as the wealthy and exclusive western suburbs where Vice President-elect Joe Biden’s compound is located. Sussex County, in the South, is largely rural with an increasingly significant retired and | Read More »
Biden campaining in DE
Biden has a campaign rally in Delaware, one of the most reliable blue states. There must be some worrisome internal numbers for him to leave PA to go there.
Wave the 49-Star Flags Tonight for Palin
Because Alaska was admitted before July 4, 1959, and Hawaii was admitted after July 4, 1959, the 49-star flag existed from 7/4/1959 to 7/3/1960. By waving it tonight, conservatives can show solidarity with Sarah Palin of Alaska while simultaneously rallying against Barack Obama of Hawaii. This is not, in any way, meant to be anti-Hawaiian, but apparently, Obama would be ok with it if it | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Dwight Eisenhower
, Election 2008
, John McCain
, Sarah Palin