September 15, 2009 |
We honestly thought we were through holding forth on replacing Ted Kennedy in the U.S. Senate. Yet, the candidates come and go with astonishing frequency.
Ryan and Mike discussed who’s still in, who was in but no longer is and who else pulled nomination papers in the past couple of days. We have figured on a large Dem battle, but it seems to be settling into a few. A single announced Republican may be able to save his money and the party’s if there is no primary. However, even the national GOP seems to think this is a lost cause for the righties and is in no hurry to help with cash or otherwise.
If you can tolerate more quasi-expertise from those in the thick of it, listen below.