In Pennsylvania Two Candidates Going Opposite Directions

It’s been a good election season thus far for Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) who is pretty popular in his home state and holds a comfortable lead against his rival Joe Sestak (D-PA). However, this last week hasn’t been so good for Sestak. Over the July 4th weekend Sestak was engaged in personal politicking during a 4th of July event in Pennsylvania – shaking hands, kissing babies, etc. The only problem was that Sestak kept trampling poor, defenseless children as he went around trying to win votes. And… Read more […]