Na-na-na-na, Hey-hey, Goodbye,......
Rep. Joe Sestak sent Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter into retirement Tuesday with a stunning come-from-behind victory in the Democratic primary.
Specter becomes the third incumbent member of Congress in two weeks to lose his job, after Republican Sen. Bob Bennett lost the GOP nomination at the party's Utah convention and Democratic Rep. Alan Mollohan lost a primary in West Virginia.
In November, Sestak will face Pat Toomey, who won the Republican nomination.
Specter, after calling Sestak to congratulate him, delivered a concession speech in which he thanked his campaign and his supporters.
"It's been a great privilege to serve the people of Pennsylvania," Specter said to a round of applause. "And it's been a great privilege to be in the United States Senate, and I'll be working very hard for the people of the commonwealth in the coming months."
HEY, WASN'T JAMES BOND A RETIRED NAVAL COMMANDER, TOO??
GASP! Whatever will Michael Snarkisonovibich have to talk about on 1210 anymore??