Some free advice for the O’Donnell campaign
By way of Harry Reid, my advice is to please use the following in an advertisement of some sort:
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Wednesday predicted to The Hill that Democratic Senate candidate Chris Coons will safely win the Nov. 2 general election against GOP nominee Christine O’Donnell.
“I’m going to be very honest with you — Chris Coons, everybody knows him in the Democratic caucus. He’s my pet. He’s my favorite candidate,” Reid said.
I told him that and I tried to get him to run. I’m glad he’s running. I just think the world of him. He’s my pet.“
This is pathetic. If I was Coons, I’d feel a bit disgusted after hearing that. Seriously, his “pet”? What a strange comment.
Despite a bitter primary, the general election in Delaware will be about how Democrats have been leading this country down the wrong path for the better part of four years, and how more Republicans in Congress
should will rectify that problem.
Most incumbent Democrats are running scared from being associated with the Obama/Reid/Pelosi junta this fall. In one statement, Reid has essentially tied himself to Coons.
It would probably make sense for the O’Donnell campaign to drive this point during the next six weeks. Just a thought.