After long day of promoting the show door to door it’s nice to come home to good news like this:
Finally, after weeks of canvassing, absentee ballot counting, and legal challenges, Rep. Dan Maffei (D) has conceded to Ann Marie Buerkle (R) in the NY25 race.
A press conference is scheduled for 4PM today.
Ann Marie is a treasure and I didn’t realize her pro-life credentials were so strong
Remember that (a) Buerkle was endorsed by Sarah Palin, and (b) Buerkle is pro-life and was a former spokeswoman for Operation Rescue.
I wonder what Morning Joe will say about this race where Palin endorsed and nobody outside of Me Stacy and the Lonely Conservative thought was a winner?
Ann Marie is a fine woman and will be an even finer representative, I just wish more of the stories were “Ann Marie Wins” rather than Maffei concedes.
There is also good news of a non political nature as not only is BBC America going to be showing the Dr. Who Proms this year but the Christmas Special actually be shown, on Christmas.
BBC America have confirmed they will be showing the 2010 Doctor Who Prom on Christmas Day, the same day they show the 2010 Christmas Special A Christmas Carol.
And if that’s not enough the new preview of the Christmas special is out:
Is that awesome or what?
Oh and today some blogger out of Tennessee you might have heard of has confirmed as a guest for January 15th show.
Now if the potential customer whose ads I’m now writing like them then my cup will runneth over even more.