Rep. Rahm Emanuel (Ill.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said Friday he is not worried about the fallout from the Senate primary on House races, arguing that the message from Connecticut is that anyone supporting BushÂ’s war policies is in deep trouble. "What’s playing out here is that being a rubber stamp for George Bush is politically dangerous to life-threatening,” he said.
I could not have said that better myself. Connecticut like Delaware is desperate for a Congress that will say "NO!" to this out of control President. This Tuesday is just beginningning, we comingfor you Mr. Castle, you rubber stamping, Bush supporting fraud.