Official: MSNBC pundit may seek Pa. Senate seat Email this Story
Nov 29, 9:26 AM (ET)
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania Democratic party leader says MSNBC pundit Chris Matthews may be considering a run for U.S. Senate in 2010. The Patriot-News of Harrisburg reports Matthews met with state party leaders this past week in Washington to discuss a possible bid to unseat Republican Sen. Arlen Specter. Party official Mary Isenhour says she left the meeting feeling that Matthews still hadn't made up his mind. The 62-year-old Matthews hosts MSNBC's "Hardball" and provides political commentary on NBC's "Today." He ran unsuccessfully for a Pennsylvania congressional seat in 1974. There was no immediate comment from Matthews on Saturday. A reliable home telephone number could not be located and a representative of MSNBC did not immediately return a call.
Zoundz more like he sez: as a citizen, of the USA, he's sides with a favorable outcome for the entire nation (even you, Bryan)of getting out of the corner that PinHead IncŪ had painted the entire world into.
In fact, at this point I propose to do the same... While I have little intention of becoming a sheep, unlike some others, "My country Right or Wrong" is not an intrinsic part of my makeup, it's just that I don't see any reason (so far) to obstruct progress.
...and may I be so bold as to add: unless he starts dragging people into black limos, spiriting them to foreign countries for the purpose of torture, rewriting the Constitution (or something equally dastardly) You ain't got a moral leg to stand on...and until you Do, why not stop making a horses bum out of yourself.
Edited by Celandine (11/29/0812:14 PM)
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