Delaware keeps its Triple A bond rating, due to the great stewardship of its Democratic leaders.
All three of the country’s major bond-rating agencies have awarded Delaware that highest rating again based on its fiscal management practices. The three agencies praised Delaware’s financial history, with Moody’s predicting that the state will come out of the recession in a stronger position than most of its peers.
I have posted on the dismal approval and reelect numbers for Pennsylvania’s horribly evil and corrupt Republican Governor, Tom Corbett, and noted my disapproval with the lack of any major and credible Pennsylvania Democrats mulling the race. The ideal monster candidate would be the state’s senior US Senator Bob Casey, Jr. Casey would destroy Corbett and then destroy the remaining component atoms of Corbett. Alas, Casey seems happy in the obstructed and non functional U.S. Senate, for whatever reason.
But now there is news that Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-PA) is seriously considering seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, according to the Philly Inquirer.
“Democrats are seeing Corbett as vulnerable in light of his low approval ratings in recent statewide polls. Though state Treasurer Rob McCord and of other Democrats have dropped hints about entering the race, the only one to toss his hat in the ring to date is John Hanger, the former state environmental secretary.”
Hanger, ha. McCord, meh. Former Representative Patrick Murphy, win a statewide office first. But Schwartz would be a fine candidate.
Yes, President Obama cut federal spending.
Assassin-wannabe Ted Nugent is so remarkably evil that he is putting Satan to shame. And now he is speaking in the third person, which is never good.
“He probably has shit for brains. I couldn’t be more proud of myself, what I stand for, and for this pompous ass to claim that he cares more about a family that lost a child than I do is a perfect example of the brain dead critics of Ted Nugent.” — Ted Nugent, quoted by Politico, when Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI) questioned Nugent’s presence at the State of the Union. Langevin is in a wheelchair and paralyzed from a shooting accident when he was a teenager.