DECISIONS, DECISIONS….So Jim Capozzola of The Rittenhouse Review is considering a run for Senate and he wants my support. And although he’s too shrewd to come right out say it, he obviously believes that I owe him my endorsement because he bought out the annoying banner ad on my site. You scratch my back and I scratch yours, eh, Jim?

But I’m not so sure. Maybe I should call Arlen Specter’s office and see what he’s offering? After all, like they say in Texas, if you can’t drink their whiskey, screw their women, take their money, and vote against ’em anyway, you don’t belong in politics.

But let me just say this: if Jim does decide to run, I promise not to run against him. OK?

UPDATE: If Jennifer Lopez is J-Lo, should we start calling Jim J-Cap? “J-CAP FOR SENATE” is kind of catchy, don’t you think?

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