But remember: big tent! We must all stick together! Unless it’s Richard Lugar refusing to back Richard Mourdock after being beaten in the primary; or Charlie Crist switching parties; or Karl Rove attacking Christine O’Donnell on the night of her primary upset; or the attacks on Sharon Angle, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Steve King, and … Continue reading Eric Cantor Does the Right Thing: Democrats Hardest Hit
Archie: They change their last names but keep their first names so that they'll still recognize each other. Mike: What the hell are you talking about? Archie: Well, you get two Jews meeting on the street. One of them says his name is Smith ... Izzy Smith. That's how it works, see? So you get Sol Nelson, … Continue reading Dana Bash & the Scourge of SRASS (Sudden Republican Anti-Semitism Syndrome)
By Steve Eggleston In case you've been in a cave since early Tuesday morning, the upset of the year happened in Virginia's 7th Congressional District Republican primary, where political newcomer David Brat knocked off House majority leader Eric Cantor. Cantor thought he was going to cruise to victory - his pollster had him up by … Continue reading Brat beats Cantor – what now?
This was largely as I predicted, except the Silly party won Monty Python, Election night special 1969 I decided to hit the sack very early last night and slept poorly with horrible nightmares that kept waking me, when I woke up this morning I had a splitting headache. When I turned on my laptop my … Continue reading From this Moment No Pro-Amnesty Republican is Safe
On Morning Joe in the 7:15 hour David Gregory was asked by Harold Ford if Democrats will now be running on Obamacare. To those who have cheering the loudest over Obamacare being upheld, he answer was astounding: He said congressional candidates in tough districts will not want to run on it and even the White … Continue reading “I’m not sure the White House wants to own it” Democrats meet Pyrrhus
The only words that Joe Scarborough & Co seemed to know were "Joe Barton" during their interview with Eric Cantor. Why Cantor didn't say to Joe: "I know that the democratic talking points are to try to make the election about Joe Barton rather than Barack Obama, and if that's the Democrats plan to keep … Continue reading Talk about talking points