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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Nailed It!

by Jay Allbritton
So, it turns out I was right when I predicted early yesterday that Arlen Specter was toast. Not the most amazing act of prognostication you're likely to see, since the race was essentially a toss up.

Even though a late Sestak surge made it an 8-point win, from a strategic standpoint, Specter was probably right to try to win the Democratic nomination. The Republican electorate has become too intractable for someone playing at being moderate to prevail against Pat Toomey, a darling of conservative fund raising dynamos the Club for Growth.

A Charlie Crist/Joe Lieberman-style independent run wouldn't have worked as well in Pennsylvania, where Sestak was a much stronger candidate than Kendrick Meek appears to be in Florida or Alan Schlesinger was in Connecticut. Trying to thread the needle between Sestak and Toomey would have probably left Specter in third place.

Who's Alan Schlesinger you ask? Exactly.

Specter is gone and if Sestak can replace him, then great. The Senate gets a major upgrade. If, however, Toomey wins I'm pretty sure he'll make us miss unctuous ancient Arlen quicker than you can smoke up your supply of Dutch cleanser.

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