We’ll probably do a bit more on this for tomorrow morning’s Prowler, but there continues to be talk of Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid losing support in his caucus. The problem is, it’s just not clear that he really is. While Reid wasn’t a unanimous choice to lead his party in the Senate, there isn’t a standout alternative to him. Some folks think the anti-Reid movement is coming from Sen. Chris Dodd, who seems to think a nice head of hair and a proven record of matching Ted Kennedy Glenlivet shot for Glenlivet shot qualifies him to lead the caucus. Dodd definitely made a play for Reid’s slot after the 2004 election, but we’re not so sure he’s the one agitating for changes at the top this time around.
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