Former Pennsylvania congressman Joe Sestak is launching his campaign for U.S. Senate with a 422-mile walk across the state.
And on Wednesday, he kicked off that campaign outside Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. But he may want to rethink his campaign slogan: “Joe Sestak is walking in your shoes.”
Really? The 63-year-old Democrat thinks these are the shoes people are wearing these days?
Have we fired up the Delorean on our way home to watch the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?”
His pair of white Reebok high tops have clearly seen better days. Are they even laced up?
And because this is the world we live in these days, @sestakssneaks already exists.
h/t: Washington Post
A state budget with ‘firm fiscal foundation’ that shows ‘tremendous progress?’ Or a ‘cynical’ election-year ploy to buy votes?
Aaron Gordon scored 27 points, Jokic added 23 and the Nuggets beat the Heat 108-95 on Friday night to take a 3-1 series lead.
Jimenez was not in the Sox’ lineup Friday after exiting the second game of the doubleheader Thursday in New York with a lower left leg injury.
Nine games into the season, Copper is the Sky’s leading scorer averaging 18 points per game, 5.4 rebounds and two assists.
Brother Rice senior Cole Van Assen, a Purdue recruit, allowed just two hits while striking out nine and walking four.
Stroman acknowledges his routine isn’t for everyone. “I put a lot of trust in my catchers,” he said. “I don’t even — I don’t game-plan. I don’t look at lineups.”