"...[I]n politics as in life, timing is everything.
[Deirdre Fulton guest-blogging.]
Only two things worth noting this week:
11:40 a.m.: Council President Michael Flaherty bangs the gavel ---
only 10 minutes late, a great improvement from last week! Councilors
Ross, Feeney, Murphy, Turner, and Kelly are missing (Kelly gets a pass,
That's the message coming from the Massachusetts GOP, which just put out a press release accusing Tom Reilly of flip-flopping on eliminating the statue of limitations for child sex-abuse cases--and on a few other subjects, too. A hearing on the issue--bagging the S.O.L. for molestation cases, that is, not Reilly's alleged flip-flopping--took place at the State House earlier today.
"Romney is so polished on the stump his handlers are going to have to
schedule a lot of whimsical, impromptu off–the-record moments of
natural expression during the campaign.
"...I look back over my experience, and every time I change
jobs, I feel depressed for about the first six months.
Q: Lieutenant Govenor, what do you think of the policy that Reed defended
with the State Police that [barred] pregnant women from doing a lot of