Why Christine O’Donnell Is Surging: Three Ads From Tea Party Express
O’Donnell’s unexpected last-minute surge in the Delaware GOP Senate primary has caught some people flat-footed. How did this happen? It’s simple: For the first time, RINO Mike Castle is being called to account for his record with a series of hard-hitting ads (two on TV and one on radio) from the Tea Party Express:
Let’s not overlook everything that everyone has done to help make this a competitive primary. Mark Levin has done yeoman’s work and Sarah Palin’s endorsement was crucial. But those who kept pushing the same tired bandwagon argument — “Castle can win, O’Donnell can’t” — were doing so without considering what might happen when, for the first time in his career, Castle had to defend his record against this kind of conservative ad campaign.
Robert Stacy McCain
“At This Pace, We’re Headed Toward A 65-70-Seat Democratic Majority In The Senate By The End Of 2010.” — Kos
On election day, as you happily float down a river of Democratic tears, you can take a little extra pleasure
Let’s see: Democrats had a snit fit about an unhinged blogger being handcuffed by Joe Miller’s security after get violent,
The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate apologized on Saturday for comments he made about Barack Obamaâ€™s race during the 2008 presidential bid.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada described then-Sen. Barack Obama as â€œlight skinnedâ€ and â€œwith no Negro dialect.â€ Obama is the nationâ€™s first African-American president.