RFein v. RoJo. I will certainly not be tuning in until after the very last pitch of the Phillies game, and even when I do, it is only for you, the People of Sconz Nation. As usual, I will be updating my Twitter account with glib remarks and backseat driving directions for both candidates.
Despite a new poll by the DSCC which shows Feingold and Johnson in a dead heat, Feingold remains the underdog according to nonpartisan polls, and he will surely be on the attack, much in the same way Barrett was in the first gubernatorial debate.
Although Johnson may not respond to the Feingold attacks directly, look for him to criticize the incumbent anyway, since, like most Republicans trying to ride a wave election to victory, the anti-incumbent sentiment is the core theme of his campaign.
In other news, blogger Abe Sauer apparently took the same picture I did on the day of the Obama rally. Memo to College Republicans (or its sympathizers): If you want your message to catch on, don't hang your banners from the balconies of luxury housing. Frankly, Obama would have been well-served to reference the Tea Party taking place on the upper floors of Lucky, whose entrance features a uniformed door man and whose lobby is equipped with a giant stone elephant and an incredible aquatic wall display.
Ironically, the one time I was in the place was because of a party at the apartment of the former head of the College Dems.