Commentary doesn’t know what to make of GOP State Senators Dan Patrick of H-Town and John Carona of Dallas and their email spat that has gone public.
Just in case you haven’t heard, here is the Chron story.
Why would Patrick want the story to go public? I definitely think we need to stay tuned.
Carlos “The Big Z” Zambrano dominated the ‘Stros last night giving up only three base hits in a 4-0 win. Of course, everybody knows that back on September 14, 2008 in the Ike Games held in Milwaukee, The Big Z threw a no-no against the ‘Stros. How many ‘Stros batted the night The Big Z threw his no-no?
In Harris County, if you are running for Constable, Justice of the Peace, State Board of Education, and a few other races, you won’t get screened by the Chron E-Board. That’s the way it goes these days.
NY Giants QB Eli Manning was definitely must see TV when he guest hosted “SNL” this past weekend. I don’t think I’ve seen a better performance by a professional athlete on “SNL.” Sorry Sir Charles!
Commentary doesn’t think the Lone Star Project likes Domingo Garcia. Here is a part of what he put out the other day:
Domingo Garcia’s thin skin and temper were on display following the decision by the Dallas Morning News to reject Garcia and, instead, recommend Representative Marc Veasey for the Democratic nomination in new Congressional District 33.
In an email sent to his supporters late yesterday afternoon, Garcia seemed so desperate to blunt the damage of the DMN recommendation that he made matters worse. He not only improperly used the Democratic National Committee logo and made a series of statements that simply do not stand up to scrutiny, he also misspelled President Barack Obama’s name.
Rather than give his supporters comfort, Garcia likely reinforced the opinion of the Dallas Morning News that Domingo Garcia simply does not have the temperament or the judgment needed to represent a racially and geographically diverse district like CD33.
I don’t know the Lone Star Project and I know he didn’t mean this but it kind of gives the impression that the old stereotype of Latino fellas being hot tempered exists within Domingo. Oh, well! Commentary doesn’t have a dog in this hunt. Of course, the voters of CD 33 will be the ultimate deciders.
Back on September 14, 2008 at the Ike Games, 28 ‘Stros came up to the batters’ box to face The Big Z of course. Michael Bourn walked and then got rubbed out on a double play and Hunter Pence was hit by a pitch.
We’ve gone from winning five in a row to losing two in a row and 4 ½ back.