No Labels: No Specifics, No Coherence, No Point.
If I didn’t know better, I would think the whole “No Labels” movement was a giant, self-parodying prank.
I tuned in to the webcast of the group’s kickoff to hear a woman saying, “You just have to look …
It’s a One-on-One Race in Delaware
No write-in bid for Mike Castle.
His impact as a write-in candidate was looking pretty limited in that Rasmussen poll. But now Christine O’Donnell has to, for all extents and purposes, beat Chris Coons one-on-one.
Robert Stacy McCain recently …
Delaware Source: 50-50 Chance for Mike Castle Write-In Bid
One of my Delaware guys — very plugged into state Republican circles, closer to the Mike Castle fans than the Christine O’Donnell fans — sends me a bombshell:
I am hearing from a credible source that Castle’s odds …
Moderates Successfully Reinforce Image as Untrustworthy Hacks
Between Arlen Specter, Charlie Crist, Mike Castle refusing to endorse O’Donnell — a forgivable sentiment the day after a bitter defeat, less so as time goes by — and the rumor that Murkowski is running, the RINO-hunters have a …
Congratulations, Christine O’Donnell.
The AP calls the GOP Delaware Senate primary for Christine O’Donnell. It may not end up being close at all.
1. As much as I may have had many bones to pick, this is a victory for Christine O’Donnell and her …
No, Mike Castle Didn’t Vote to Impeach Bush.
I wonder how many Delaware Republicans will vote today having been told that Mike Castle voted to impeach President George W. Bush.
I’ve heard that at least twice this morning. The usual suspects are circulating it, apparently caring not …
Delaware Turnout and Outlook Roundup
I am told by a reader plugged in to Delaware politics that the key areas tonight include Brandywine Hundred, Pike Creek, and all Wilmington suburbs.
From a separate reader in Wilmington:
My district is in the city of Wilmington. If …
PPP Shocker: O’Donnell Leads the Delaware Senate Primary!
It looks like there’s a real possibility of a major upset in the Delaware Senate primary on Tuesday night, with insurgent conservative Christine O’Donnell leading longtime Congressman and Governor Mike Castle 47-44. That 3 point lead is well …
Just What Is Mike Castle’s Voting Record?
The options for Delaware Republicans on September 14 are nominating Christine O’Donnell or Mike Castle to be their Senate nominee.
O’Donnell, if nominated, will have (cough) an uphill climb in a state where registered Democrats outnumber registered Republicans roughly 329,000 …
O’Donnell Would Be Better Served With a Defense Besides ‘That Stuff Doesn’t Matter’
It is worth noting that my particular bones to pick with Christine O’Donnell are:
1) She’s running around telling voters she won two of three counties in her last Senate race. It’s not true. One county wasn’t …
Can Tea Party Candidates Win Statewide in Swing States?
At some point, the question of GOP statewide candidates and the Tea Party style will have to be hashed out; Jonah touches on this a bit in the Corner in discussing Pete Spiliakos’s concept of “RightWorld Provincial.”
When Sharron …
Latest in Delaware: Coons 49, O’Donnell 40, Castle 5
We have our first sense of how a write-in bid by Mike Castle would impact Delaware’s Senate race.
Rasmussen polls Delaware likely voters and finds Castle only gets 5 percent, and that takes a chunk out of Democrat Chris Coons’…
Go, Mike Castle, Go! (Sort of.)
A reader plugged into Delaware Republican politics — definitely the Mike Castle side of the party, not the Christine O’Donnell side — offers this assessment:
O’Donnell’s chances of winning are enhanced if Castle mounts a write-in campaign.
A Long-Overdue Overhaul for Delaware Republicans?
I thought this message from a former Delawarean now living in Philadelphia was illuminative:
In all the coverage I’ve been reading about O’Donnell’s defeat of Castle in Delaware, no one mentions the unmentionable dynamic of social class …
Is the Castle’s Foundation About to Crumble?
The early returns look very good for Christine O’Donnell. With 153 of 325 districts reporting, 47 percent of the state’s total, O’Donnell leads, 55.4 percent to 44.6 percent for Castle.
‘Now is the Time For the Idiots Who Supported My Opponent to Unite Behind Me…’
This evening, in the state of Delaware somebody will win the GOP primary, and declare something like, “And now, I ask for all Republicans to unite behind my candidacy.” At that moment, across the state, across the blogosphere, and across …
Which Side in This Fight Goes Straight to Attributing Corrupt Motives?
A lot of Delaware talk in this Monday edition of Morning Jolt…
Might as well address this, even though the topic has turned me into Snidely Whiplash in some corners of the conservative blogosphere. If Public Policy Polling is right, …
Don’t Blink! I Call O’Donnell ‘Astounding’ in Here, and Not in a Bad Way.
Lord knows, I didn’t want to get sucked into the “you RINO sellout” food-fight that has become the Delaware Senate race again. I know many readers disagree with me, and many readers just don’t want to read another …
Rasmussen Continues to Follow Orders From RNC, NRSC
I suspect that Christine O’Donnell supporters know the risk of losing the seat if she is nominated, and have determined that she is worth the risk. The risk of losing the seat, however, is substantial:
The latest Rasmussen Reports …
Who’s Backstabbing Who in Delaware?
A couple of Christine O’Donnell fans didn’t like yesterday’s post on the radio interview.
My mistake, fellas. You’re right. It was a terrific interview. A candidate who doesn’t like the questions she’s being asked …