Dear Senator, you are 80 years old have been a Democrat and a Republican, you have made the switch any time you have thought it would benefit you in your re-election bid. You sold out your party last year by voting for the 787 billion dollar stimulus bill that is not working, then switched again to the Democratic party. Had you held out your vote we could have gotten a better bill and one that would have worked. Don't you think it's time to throw in the towel and retire?? Now attacking Micchells Bachman on the radio accusing her of interupting you when it is clear that you were interupting her. Don't waste your money or the Democrats campaign money on your re-election bid, because it will be wasted. Michele Bachmann's blabbing drives Arlen Specter to patronize | Top of the Ticket | Los Angeles Times Onetime Republican Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, whose jump over to the Democratic Party last year turned his name into a political verb for switching sides whenever it's convenient, may have stepped in something messy this week. The 80-year-old new Democrat, who's seeking a sixth term but facing a defiant primary challenge from combative Rep. Joe Sestak, was on a Philadelphia radio station debating Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann. Normally the, uh, outspoken Bachmann, a Tea Party fave, would be a perfect foil for a Democrat like Specter. The full radio interview is provided in a link on this article.