Good reading from around the area:
Massa Does Kuhl’s Press
The Cheney fundraiser story just keeps getting stranger. Both the AP and Gannett are running stories based on a Massa campaign press release, as are the Rochester D&C and local TV and radio outlets.
Cheney campaigning for Kuhl
I would love to go to this event. I’ve never met Cheney and something like this would be a good chance to talk to him without him alreadly being on the defensive.
Massa and Cleland on WXXI
Eric Massa and Max Cleland appeared on WXXI’s 1370 Connection this afternoon. (Post contains audio link.)
Max Cleland in Corning
… If you don’t know him Max Cleland is a former Senator from Georgia who was wounded in Vietnam and needed three limbs amputated. He earned the right to be heard, to say the least.
Why I’ll vote for Tasini tomorrow
I’ll be voting for Jonathan Tasini over Hillary Clinton for one reason: Hillary’s support for the war in Iraq.
No National Money for Massa
Today’s New York Times has a story about the Democratic strategy in New York State. Only NY-24, which is an open seat, will be getting funding from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Duty Calls … Again
On September 9, 2001, while working in my former life as a reporter for the Democrat and Chronicle, I wrote a small story headlined “Primary Turnout Likely to be Low.”
I shall make no atempt to capture that horrendous moment with words, silence seems far more fitting.
On 9/11/01, I was flying cross country
On 9/11/01, I was flying cross country from Buffalo, NY to San Diego, CA.
Depressing but not surprising
Conservative blogger Andrew Sullivan (who generally has excellent sources) is reporting that the White House is about to stoop to a new low in exploiting 911 for political gain:
The swift boats are coming, the swift boats are coming!
Are Massa, Maffei, and Davis ready? Here’s the Washington Post:
The 29th: A Little Red State
… Though the 29th is situated in one of the bluest states in the nation, it is rural and mainly Republican.
Bush Hands Kuhl a Golden Opportunity
President Bush’s proposal for Gitmo tribunals brings back the memory of one of Randy Kuhl’s most interesting votes.