Posts Tagged ‘specter’

Big or Small


Is the secret White House job offer to Congressman Joe Sestak, designed to get him out of the race that he eventually won against Arlen Specter, a big deal or no deal at all? On first glance, denials by Democrats look credible – this, they say, is politics as usual. No big deal. Rep. Darrell […]

Now that he’s knocked off Arlen Specter and he’s the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate from PA, Republicans want to know more about failed attempts by the White House to keep Joe Sestak out of that senate race. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Ranking Member Darrell Issa wants to open an ethics investigation on […]

It’s always a disappointment to see the forces of evil take a victory, even if it’s in the middle of an otherwise bad night for the bad guys. Any sign that voters lack a full understanding of the destruction being done to our Republic by the regime in Washington is scary. Still, Democrats are optimistic […]

Party On


He had a substantial lead not long ago, but now senator Arlen Specter is running behind his challenger in the Democratic primary. PA’s Congressman Joe Sestak has taken a five point lead over the old vanguard of Senator Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary, according to polling done by Rasmussen. You’ll recall that Specter switched […]

Craven Specter


How much fun would it be to be the Democrat trying to unseat Arlen Specter, a recent convert to the party? Lots of fun, I expect, as it looks like an easy project.

Issa Problem


Did the White House commit a felony, offering a congressman a job to get him out of the race against Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania? The possible crime involves the claim – made by Rep. Joe Sestak (D-Pa.) – that a White House official offered him a high-level administration job in exchange for Sestak dropping out of […]

The President was in Portsmouth, NH Tuesday – in full campaign mode, trying to keep ObamaCare alive. Here’s what was going on outside. And some more street scenes. The Liar in Chief. Here are observations from Rush. How can continuing to push for this plan be good for the Democrats?