No, not the genius gossipmonger and writer, this refers to the junior Senator from Virginia who is acting, well, funky.
For a guy who is facing off against a well-financed Democrat candidate beloved by the mainstream media, Allen isn’t acting like a conservative Republican.
This weekend, he’ll be out in Iowa, attempting to woo conservative Christians, but Allen should be focusing on his position on legislation and policy back here at home. Republican colleagues on the Hill are rumbling that Allen appears to be running to the middle of the road on issues across the board. “My boss doesn’t know where he stands with Allen any more,” says a senior Republican staffer with a western Senator.
What is becoming increasingly apparent is that the “Allen for President” boomlet is over. He’s now in a fight for his current job, and he should focus on that and come back from whatever moderate world he thinks he should be living in.
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