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“I’m going to be very honest with you – Chris Coons, everybody knows him in the Democratic caucus. He’s my pet. He’s my favorite candidate.” — Harry Reid
Democratic statewide primary turnout fell to record lows in ten states, according to Curtis Gans at the American University’s Center for the study of the American Electorate.
Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell has told losing Republican primary candidate Lisa Murkowski to “move on” according to the “Anchorage Daily News.” Way on. It’s (Joe) Miller time.
RNC Chairman Michael Steele on Hannity’s radio show backs O’Donnell 100%. No equivocation at all. And, he says she can win.
“The Roots of Obama’s Rage” to be released soon. The book, by Dinesh D’Souza, has been called by Newt Gingrich “the most profound insight I have read in the last six years about Barack Obama.” Looks like a must read.
According to the Shelby County Assessor of Property, an Islamic center is planned in Germantown, perhaps on Humphrey?
Ben Stein reports something he heard while lunching with friends in Sandpoint, Idaho. A social worker who works with children of meth addicts and alcoholics was commenting on how bad things are. “What’s really making it worse,” she said, “is this 99-week thing. Now that people who are unemployed can get paid for doing nothing for almost two years, some of them just stay high as long as they can and don’t do anything else.” Y’a think?
Don Draper stumping for the GOP? When he went to his son’s birthday party in Sunday’s episode of “Mad Men, ” he brought the tyke a great big stuffed elephant. Relevant, because his ex-wife’s husband works for Republican governor Nelson Rockefeller and has been approached by John Lindsay’s camp to work for him. Republican Lindsay went on to win the New York mayor’s race in 1966, but later changed to Democrat. Figures. He was considered a lousy mayor.