Glenn Thrush notes Hillary Clinton isn’t planning a victory party for next week’s primary against Jonathan Tasini. But one is expected later this year, if “she manages — somehow — to pull off a win in November.”
Hoping to pull off a win in November is CT. Rep. Christopher Shays, who said yesterday about Iraq: “I haven’t changed my position one bit.” Greg Sargent, using earlier quotes from Shays, disagrees.
Also looking for something to hope for this November is a Republican volunteer who went to John Faso’s campaign office and found “that nobody was there. THIS IS NO WAY TO RUN AN OFFICE!!!!”
President Bush once looked out at the Bill Clinton’s Presidential Library, and thought out loud, “A submarine could take this place out.”
The president of the AFL-CIO, John Sweeney, thinks “This Labor Day, it appears that a ‘perfect storm’ is gathering that may well sweep away Republican control of the Congress this fall.”
After the Anti-Defamation League found anti-Semitic remarks on MoveOn’s website, the activist group is now “working to discern whether they were made as part of a right-wing campaign to target our organization.”
And a reader sends in proof that Eliot Spitzer has support from at least one of the state’s four-legged constituents.
— Azi Paybarah