- DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (or as those of us who remember her days in the Florida Legislature know her, "Wasserperson") has taken the offensive and logic-deprived stance that asking voters to show ID is like the "Jim Crow" laws from the early 20th century. Yeah, being asked to show my driver's license is equally as oppressive as segregated schools, poll taxes, and making blacks sit in the back of the bus. Yet another example of "words ceasing to have meanings" when a liberal gets a hold of them.
- Senate candidate George LeMieux seems determined to follow in the footsteps of his liberal-lovin' former employer, The World's Tallest Oompa-Loompa. Charlie Crist followed up his flight from the Republican Party by joining top Democrat donor John Morgan's law firm and even donating to Allen West's Democrat opponent. Now "LeMaestro" has selected as the finance chairman for his Senate campaign Peter Rummell, who played a large role in the election of Democrat Alvin Brown in the recent Jacksonville mayor's race.
- New York Congressman Anthony Weiner has been getting a lot of attention lately for what has become known as "Weinergate." Here are two of my favorite articles summing up yesterday's press conference, in which Weiner admitted that he had sent the scandalous photo in question, and had engaged in online relationships with other women around the country:
- And let's not forget the pre-game show to Weiner's press conference, where Andrew Breitbart showed up, was questioned by several reporters present, and then took control of the podium to deliver one of the more memorable press conferences in history. (Hat tip: Melissa Clouthier and The Right Scoop)
- Texas Senate candidate Ted Cruz continues to rack up the endorsements, including Erick Erickson, Mark Levin, Club for Growth PAC and now FreedomWorks PAC.
- Here's an interesting analysis of how the 2012 Senate races may breakdown nationwide, and a discussion of some inherent advantages that the GOP may have:
Washington Post | PostPolitics | Chris Cillizza | Republicans' path to Senate majority in 2012 goes through their home territory
- An excellent RedState diary post about the tendency to attack Republican presidential candidates as RINOs:
- Ari Fleischer, Former White House Press Secretary for George W. Bush, has joined Team Hasner, sending out this tweet yesterday in support of Florida Senate candidate Adam Hasner:
- Hasner also added to his list of supporters Former Ohio Secretary of State and co-chair of the group "Pass the Balanced Budget Amendment" Ken Blackwell:
- D'oh! In a recent news story, Fox News showed a photo of Tina Fey dressed as Sarah Palin instead of actually using a photo of Palin.
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