Eric is right. Bill pretty much rewrote the book on this. Check this tweet:
Eric Berger @chronsciguy 8m8 minutes ago
I don’t have a stake in the Houston mayoral race, but 10 years ago @BillKingForHou sure nailed it on hurricanes. http://extras.chron.com/banners/j/jessesawards/2006/documents/jesses_explanatory/febexplanatory.htm …
Commentary said this yesterday:
Remember when Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was one of the leaders of the pack and now he is below one percent. Scott who?
Walker said this in his exit speech yesterday:
“Today, I believe that I am being called to lead by helping to clear the field in this race so that a positive conservative message can rise to the top. I encourage other Republican presidential candidates to consider doing the same so the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front-runner.”
Before Trump entered the race, guys like Walker were pretty extreme when it came to immigration reform. Heck, Walker even shifted from a good position to a lousy position. All Trump did was kick it up a notch or three. Guys like Walker set the table for Trump. Don’t blame Trump, blame yourself.
Evan Gattis leads the team with 85 RBIs. Name the ‘Stro with second highest number of RBIs?
Jeb Bush is in H-Town and spoke to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Bush has also shifted his position on immigration reform. Protesters greeted Jeb yesterday and they said this:
“Jeb Bush has straddled both sides on the immigration issue – depending on his audience – and at times remained silent and exchanged ‘high-fives’ with those attacking immigrants.”
They are right.
Wrangler is 69 today. Happy Birthday Larry Dierker.
Happy Birthday to Carlos Correa. He is 21 today and in just 88 games is batting .279 with 19 dingers and 56 RBIs.
Jose Altuve is second on the team with 59 RBIs of course.
We are a game back with 11 to go. What a race. It is another Chick-fil-A day thanks to the Gattis dinger last night.