Former Governor of Arizona and current Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has been in some hot water lately, with a few calling for her resignation, following recent claims against conservative groups as "domestic terrorists" and claming that the 9/11 attackers came in from Canada.
This has given rise to speculation that Napolitano may try to come back to Arizona for a bid against Senator McCain in 2010. It was less than 6 months ago that Napolitano made tracks out of town - many said at the time that she would never come back. Her budget proposal sunk like a lead balloon and the Republicans held their breath for her to leave so they could make their own plan.
Now, nearly 100 days into the legislature, the plans on the table look conspicuously like the ones that Napolitano offered. A Governor, who left under the cover of night, now looks like a prophet in her own house. If the legislature does indeed attempt to implement borrowing, and Senator McCain received a challenge from the right, could Napolitano waltz back into town and take the Senate Seat? Would her on the top of the ticket in 2010 help the Democratic nominee for Governor?