Exorcising the Spectre of Specter: the Pennsylvania Races
For all the hoopla about Democratic gains in the northeast of late, a real look at Pennsylvania reveals that is is basically a conservative state. If you color in the southeastern corner and southwestern corners of the state blue- the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas- the remainder of the state looks like a giant “T.” And although Democrats have pushed into that “T” in recent years, | Read More »
PA Senate race turning into a dead-heat barnburner [Updated]
[Update: 10/22/10 6:42 PM EDT: Rasmussen moves race from Solid Republican to Toss-up in just two weeks More confirmatory evidence of that the Toomey-Sestak race is now essentially a dead-heat comes from Rasmussen today, showing an unfavorable trend line: an increase in support for Sestak while Toomey maintains the same level of support, indicating a break in undecideds towards Sestak. Toomey 48% Sestak 44%, 7% | Read More »
PPP Invents a Sestak comeback in Pennsylvania
While most polls for the Pennsylvania Senate are showing Republican Pat Toomey with wide leads anywhere from 7% to 10%, PPP, a democratic polling firm released a poll today showing Democrat Joe Sestak leading by +1%. How is this possible you might ask? Considering Toomey has made no major blunders, and the national climate continues to favor Republicans, it seems it is not. PPP last | Read More »
Obama Campaigning in Delaware?!?
Obama may have limitless funds to travel all over and spew carbon into the environment (which liberals say is causing global warming, climate change, or the term du jour….oh excuse me, it’s okay when Obama pollutes the environment). Afterall, he has an unlimited “credit card” of sorts guaranteed by the hardworking US taxpayer in the midst of a recession. But all the money in the | Read More »
BILL CLINTON SPILLS THE BEANS. ITS ON TAPE!
There is a lot more to a little covered story about Bill Clinton stabbing the Administration in the back. What Clinton said has great meaning. Mr. Obama has got to be having heartburn, or back aches or something over this one. No, not Sestak. The Rest of what Clinton said. First, the background: (From The Hill) Either former President Bill Clinton is lying, or Pennsylvania | Read More »
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President Clinton: Stalking Our Nation’s Most Intelligent Liar
It was clear to me that President Clinton has a real nature which leaks out once in a while, a real nature which is immoral, ruthless, and prone to lie.
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Now I’m Feeling Much Better About Sestak
The Sestak saga has finally come to an end. President Obama has completely and satisfactorily explained all the confusion surrounding a supposed job offer to Congressman Sestak in return for dropping out and allowing Arlen Spector to win in Pennsylvania’s Senatorial primary. It turns out that Sestak was not really offered a “job” but instead only participated in a phone call with Bill Clinton, in | Read More »
‘Misprision of a Felony’ Primer
Arlen Spector said this: “There’s a crime called misprision of a felony. Misprision of a felony is when you don’t report a crime. So you’re getting into pretty deep areas here in these considerations.” — U.S. Senator Arlen Specter, D-Pa., on March 12. LectLaw establishes what it means: MISPRISION OF FELONY “Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court | Read More »
Snarlin’ Arlen strikes again! Only in politics…
Found a link to this gem at the Corner. One sentence is enough to tell you how priceless this story is. On Thursday, Specter’s campaign sought to bring into question Sestak’s roots to the Democratic Party.
Sestak will challenge Specter
According to The Wayne Independent. A congressman from the Philadelphia suburbs will challenge U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter in the Democratic Senate primary. In an interview with The Wayne Independent Wednesday morning, U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa.,confirmed his intention to run against Specter, a long-time Republican who switched to the Democratic party earlier this year. “I am going to get into the race against Arlen Specter | Read More »