Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Off The Wire

Via Instapundit, here is a video clip of Peter Schiff, potential Dodd challenger, on the Democrats plan to destroy our economy for decades to come.

Also, the Washington Post has an article looking at the cash on hand for incumbent senators up for re-election in 2010. Chris Dodd is listed under the category of "the worst" of the recent reporting period:
National Republicans believe they have a chance at pulling an upset in Connecticut against Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D), and the five-term incumbent didn't do much to scare away former congressman Rob Simmons, who is weighing the race, over the past few months. Dodd raised a respectable $279,000 between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 but closed the period with just $671,000 on hand -- not much for an incumbent senator.
Looks like he may need a government bailout before too long.

Jim Vicevich looks at a Washington Times commentary linking Dodd to the Democrats culture of corruption.

The New York Times voices slight discomfort, but no more, with Dodd's disclosure debacle last week, and Ed Morrissey takes them to task for it at Hot Air.

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