Man-on-dog going downhill fast
Democrat Bob Casey appears to have doubled his lead over Sen. Rick Santorum in Pennsylvania’s Senate race, according to a poll released Tuesday.
Casey had a 14-point lead in the Quinnipiac University Poll, with 54 percent of likely voters saying they planned to vote for him compared to 40 percent for Santorum. One percent said they wouldn’t vote and 6 percent said they didn’t know. Casey had a seven point lead among likely voters in a match up between the two in the same poll on Aug. 15.
On Monday, a state judge said Green Party candidate Carl Romanelli would be removed from the ballot because the party did not have enough valid signatures in its nominating petitions a move pundits said would help Casey.
In a three-way matchup, Casey led Santorum 51 to 39 percent among likely voters with 4 percent saying they would vote for Romanelli, the poll found. Five percent were undecided.
Yeah, Little Ricky’s Republican friends tried to pull a fast one by supplying most of the $100,000 that Romanelli spent in his attempt to get on the ballot. Even that flopped.
And what about all those women Santorum is courting? I guess they aren’t coming through for him either, I suppose. After all, this is what he said in his book:
Graphic: Mike Tidmus.
“The notion that college education is a cost-effective way to help poor, low-skill, unmarried mothers with high school diplomas or GEDs move up the economic ladder is just wrong.”
Poor Little Ricky — even a June diatribe on the Senate floor calling for the recriminalization of sodomy isn’t helping him out. He agrees with Tony “does he sodomize his wife” Scalia’s dissent on Lawrence v. Texas:
State laws against bigamy, same-sex marriage, adult incest, prostitution, masturbation, adultery, fornication, bestiality, and obscenity are likewise sustainable only in light of Bowers’ validation of laws based on moral choices. Every single one of these laws is called into question by today’s decision; the Court makes no effort to cabin the scope of its decision to exclude them from its holding.
Ah, a blast from his past: