Found the video of that discussion between Matthews and Bachmann that I linked in my previous post.
It's funny.. you may remember, she appeared on Hardball some time ago and made mention that some in Congress should be "investigated" for "Un-American beliefs." It was a classic moment; she got the bloggers on the left all riled up thinking she was off her rocker, and the right thought she was acting the role of a hero, because this aforementioned moment was around the time that all the self-proclaimed Mao worshipers in The White House were being discovered, and Obama "Green Jobs Czar" Van Jones was a self-proclaimed Communist and "Truther."
Anyway - here's the embed video:
Tough luck in Nevada tonight... I honestly didn't expect Sharron Angle to win. She wasn't the sharpest candidate, but at least with her, Nevadans knew what they were getting into.
Reid has a powerful backing, and with all the SEIU support due to the casinos which cover most of that state's population, Nevada will forever be an incredibly difficult state for conservatism to break through.
I'm still watching and waiting on Arizona's 7th... according to KPNX Channel 12, Grijalva is up by 2 points with about 60% reporting. We're holding out hope.
Ben Quayle has won Arizona's 3rd. Ann Kirkpatrick (D) of Arizona's 1st has been retired. That's a pretty big deal.
Ed Pastor (D) from Arizona's 4th looks like he's cruising. In Arizona's 8th, it appears Democrat Gabrielle Giffords will maintain her seat. Republicans have picked up at least two in Arizona, as we await the results from the McClung / Grijalva contest, hoping for a third.
Good news from Arizona's 5th - Harry Mitchell (D) indeed got his wish and will be retired, courtesy of his voting record against the desires of Arizonans. I'll bet J. D. Hayworth has a smile on his face tonight...
I'm not surprised, but I am saddened by California's choices in Boxer and Brown. I don't understand why Californians want to go back to Jerry Brown - didn't he do enough damage to the state once before? I know Gloria Allred must be happy, her little trick probably did just enough damage.
And Barbara Boxer... I guess we'll be calling you Senator for six more years, Ma'am.
Congrats to Ohio - I hope John Kasich is all I believe him to be. He seems to be a very decent man, and his passion for his home state is admirable.
Christine O'Donnell.. ah, we hardly knew ya... yet I suspect we'll be hearing from you again. I'm not sure if that's a good thing. Just like they suggested for Palin, I'd offer Ms. O'Donnell the advice of some time spent studying, brushing up on her Constitution, and fixing her personal issues so they can't bite her in the backside.
Marco.. Mr. Rubio sure seems like the real deal. If his acceptance speech tonight says anything about the man Florida has just elected, we've certainly got one solid Senator fighting the good fight...