I have slight different take on this story than Michelle Malkin and Dan Riehl do… It’s not that I disagree they both raise very valid points It’s just that think I there’s a larger issue here than the Beltway GOP racing to cover their, um, assets (emphasis mine): At a meeting of Washington conservatives this […]
Election Day 2009: Results and Analysis
Whew what a night… I was up until about 1:00 a.m. this morning tracking results and scribbling down various thoughts on yesterday’s elections. First, I’m not sure how much we can or should read into the results one thing is clear from the exit polling though: the economy is the number one concern of voters. […]
NY-23: Scozzafava Endorses Owens
Can you hear us now? If this doesn’t prove the point that grassroots conservatives were making about Dede Scozzafava all along nothing will: One day after she suspended her own campaign and declined to publicly endorse either of her opponents, Republican Assemblywoman Dede Scozzafava has formally announced her support for Democratic candidate Bill Owens. “Since […]
NY-23: Scozzafava Quits!
Dede Scozzafava, the hand-picked choice of the New York state GOP has suspended her campaign for the 23rd Congressional District and is releasing all her supporters: Dede Scozzafava, the Republican and Independence parties candidate, announced Saturday that she is suspending her campaign for the 23rd Congressional District and releasing all her supporters. The state Assemblywoman […]
Dede Scozzafava? What the Heck Were Republicans Thinking???
I have to confess the November 3rd special election in New York’s 23rd congressional district wasn’t even on my radar until I read this Wall Street Journal article… Since then I’ve been keeping a close on the race between erstwhile Republican Dede Scozzafava, Democrat Bill Owens and Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman. I can’t for […]