Could Curt Schilling be Barack Obama’s worst nightmare come true? The legendary pitcher has expressed an interest in going after John Kerry’s seat. Is it possible he could be talked into taking on the now empty Senate seat in Mass?
What if – what if – the Dems were to lose Ted Kennedy’s US Senate seat?
We’re hearing a lot about Dems in Mass wanting to change the law (which was changed because of a former GOP governor) back to allowing the governor to appoint an interim US Senator.
Is it possible they are scared? Zogby has Obama at 42%.
We are hearing that under current conditions, Princess Pelosi could lose anywhere from 20-50 seats in the House.
“…Silver, a Democratic analyst whose uncannily accurate, stat-driven predictions have made his website 538.com a must read among political junkies, predicted that Republicans will win between 20 and 50 seats next year. He further alarmed an audience of progressive activists by arguing that the GOP has between a 25 and 33 percent chance of winning back control of the House….”
Kathryn Jean Lopez has an interesting NRO piece about Obama and the Catholic Church. This is not going to be good.
“...Not only is Rigali the ordinary of Philadelphia, he engages in the health-care debate in his position as chairman of the Pro-Life Activities Committee of the U.S. Bishops Conference, speaking on behalf of all the bishops of the Catholic Church in the United States. And he is far from the only bishop who has spoken out against some of the doing-harm details that have turned up in some versions of the health-care legislation. Denver’s Archbishop Charles J. Chaput put it bluntly: “Killing or funding the killing of unborn children has nothing to do with promoting human health, and including these things in any ‘health care’ proposal, no matter how shrewdly hidden, would simply be a form of lying.”
The Catholic coalition against the reckless rush to pass this legislation got an unlikely ally recently in liberal preacher and Obama collaborator Jim Wallis (the author of God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn’t Get It). In a CNN interview, Wallis admitted what the president wouldn’t: that current iterations of Obamacare are not clear “yet” on abortion funding. Is Wallis bearing false witness, too?…”