The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Pennsylvania voters is enough to warm my cynical heart: Uncomfortable town hall meetings are just the tip of the iceberg for Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter. He now trails Republican Pat Toomey by double digits in his bid for reelection next year and is viewed unfavorably by a majority […]
TPM is reporting that Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) is privately telling supports that he intends to challenge newly minted Democratic incumbent Arlen Specter: “He intends to get in the race,” says Meg Infantino, the Congressman’s sister, who works at Sestak for Congress. “In the not too distant future, he will sit down with his wife […]
By know I suspect everyone has seen or at least heard about Arlen Specter’s classless remarks about Jack Kemp on CBS’ Face the Nation… On the off chance you haven’t here’s the video: What a bitter, angry man… I’ve come to expect this kind demagoguery from far left fringe bloggers but Arlen Specter is member […]
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter is leaving the Republican Party today and I can’t say I’m sad to see him go… Specter, was one of three Republicans to vote from Pres. Obama’s pork laden stimulus plan and was expected to face a tough primary challenge from Pat Toomey next year. Here’s Specter statement: I have been […]
Yesterday The Hill reported Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) told capitol hill reporters that she was skeptical of the so called “Card Check” bill making it’s way through congress. Although she stopped short of saying she was opposed to the Card Check or Employee Free Choice Act her remarks are sure to give cover to dissident Democrats […]
I was all set to name Chuck Schumer the biggest idiot on Capitol Hill for his remarks on the stimulus bill this morning. Via Michelle Malkin: The Senate is about to pass the Turbaconducken stimulus package. Sen. Schumer took to the floor about 20 minutes ago to fear-monger. He referred shamelessly to the “economic 9/11″ […]
The senate voted 61-37 in favor of the $838 billion pork stuffed stimulus package. Erstwhile republicans Arlen Specter, Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins joined democrats in supporting the bill. Judd Gregg abstained. God Save us from bipartisanship!