Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Open Forum

Christine Todd Whitman was in state yesterday campaigning for Jodi Rell.

Jodi Rell, meanwhile, has been busy spreading cheer as part of her reelection campaign duties as governor. This is the power of incumbency.

Ed Koch and Joe Lieberman bothered commuters yesterday in Fairfield County.

John Rowland spoke in South Carolina about ethics. Great.

We're getting robocalls in the 2nd about Foley. Whoever wrote the post on Hotline must be from the area--the quote even mentions Rob Simmons! American Family Voices has been putting out robocalls about Simmons for the last year--possibly longer.

What else is happening today?


Anonymous said...

Farrell up 5 in new Reuter's poll; Simmons up 3 in same poll.

Genghis Conn said...

Thanks for the tip, anonymous! I've put a post up about it.

FrankS said...

Funny how the media overlooks past history, Christine Todd Whitman.

Having a judge ciriize former Environmental Protection Agency chief Christine Todd Whitman for reassuring Manhattan residents soon after the 2001 terrorist attacks that the environment was safe to return to homes and offices while toxic dust was polluting the neighborhood is noteworthy.

"No reasonable person would have thought that telling thousands of people that it was safe to return to lower Manhattan, while knowing that such return could pose long-term health risks and other dire consequences, was conduct sanctioned by our laws," U.S. District Judge Deborah A. Batts wrote, calling Whitman's actions "conscience-shocking."

Anonymous said...

Jodi Rell has Rudy Giuliani hosting an event on the 13th @ the Italian Center in Stamford.

She also has a new TV Spot titled Jobs:

GC: How about a post about these two big things??

Anonymous said...

Why don't you start your own blog?

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:44-

Why don't you take your aggression about Jodi being up 63-30 on something else. Go campaign for John, he really needs help right now.

Rell/Fedele '06.

Conservative Democrat said...

This isn't exactly breaking or new news, but according to The Hill yesterday, Lieberman is stating that Democratic leadership in the Senate has promised him he would retain his seniority if he's returned to the Senate.