Posted on | May 3, 2010 | 7 Comments
Last week, I pointed out that Ohio Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher has been forced to spend $1 million to beat back moonbat-endorsed Jennifer Brunner in the Democratic Senate primary. Fisher’s likely to win the primary Tuesday, but it’s cost him big bucks, and Republican Rob Portman will start the general election campaign with a huge cash advantage and a united GOP behind him.
Meanwhile, in the May 18 Pennsylvania Democratic primary, liberal Joe Sestak is calling Arlen Specter a “liar” and the latest polls show Specter will have to fight like hell just to win the nomination. This is good news for Republicans for Specter (offer expires 5/19) and Pat Toomey.
And in tomorrow’s North Carolina primary, honky geezer Elaine Marshall looks set to win the Democratic primary, crushing the hopes of a young black candidate, Ken Lewis, so Republican Sen. Richard Burr’s looking more lie a sure bet to win re-election in November.
UPDATE: It keeps getting better and better:
Karl Rove just had an orgasm.