Fox News, that Scott Walker had been called the winner, I tuned into MSNBC to catch the reactions from their on-air talent(?).
Ed Schultz was teary-eyed and I thought Rachel Mad-COW (pictured) was going to cry when she interviewed a Wisconsin State Senator.
I finally understood what Chris Matthews meant with the thrill up his leg remark and the scientific community is united in that fact.
All the talk of the Wisconsin recall being a harbinger for November is just talk, with the ADHD society we live in the fickle finger of the voters could flip folks off in the next election.
Locally, I once again heard Dueling Banjos, as Glenn MASSie protege, Steve McCoy, received the Republican nomination in Iowa House District 26.
Here's our deliverance -- McCoy, 67, said his priority is repealing laws that overstep or advance an Agenda 21-type plan, referring to a United Nations program he says is based on Marxism and will result in the loss of individual rights and liberty.
Other than the 2nd Amendment, neither MASSie nor McCoy, could come up with a Constitutional right.
As bad as this is, it's still better than the Dummycrat nominee, previous Statehouse loser and professional politician Scott Ourth.