Shorter Arlen Specter On His Support For Norm Coleman: My Bad
by Todd Beeton, Tue May 05, 2009 at 05:50:16 PM EDT
"In the swirl of moving from one caucus to another, I have to get used to my new teammates," he said. "I'm ordinarily pretty correct in what I say. I've made a career of being precise. I conclusively misspoke."
Asked who he's backing now in elections, Specter said, "I'm looking for more Democratic members. Nothing personal."
A different day, a different party, what's a guy to do?
What Markos said:
He's so devoid of any conviction that one day, justice requires Coleman to be declared the winner, and the next day, it doesn't?
He's an empty, hollow, shell of a man. There is just one value that drives him -- political self-preservation.
But we have one thing in common. We both are looking for more Democratic members. That's why I hope Sestak primaries his ass.