Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America cheer Tennessee Democratic Senate hopeful Phil Bredesen for bucking the talking points from Washington Democrats and saying the Senate should move forward on the Kavanaugh nomination if Christine Ford refuses to testify. They also roll their eyes as California Rep. Anna Eshoo claims Ford does not have a political bone in her body, which is patently false, and another California congressman mocks the threats liberals are making against Maine Sen. Susan Collins over this issue. And they have fun with the news that many college students request and fill out absentee ballots but never mail them in because they have no idea where to get a stamp.

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  1. George Townsend Inactive

    You can get stamps from the internet. It is not hard. I’ve done it several times. You’d think that, of all people, youngsters would know that. The website is very simple. It is: USPS.COM

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    • September 21, 2018, at 2:49 AM PDT
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  2. Elizabeth Salinger Coolidge

    Bredesen played this situation like a fiddle. He’s not a senator yet, so why not go against his party line when he has nothing to lose? He’s well liked here in TN, despite it being mostly red. Voter remember him as a centrist governor and that’s been his campaign the whole way – his ads are much more appealing to independents than Blackburn’s. He’s going to win and when he gets to the Senate, he’ll vote in lock step with the rest of the Democrats. Only then will my fellow Tennesseans realize that his ‘moderate’ stance was not due to his beliefs, but by the fact he was forced to be that to work with a State republican legislature.

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    • September 21, 2018, at 10:14 PM PDT
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