I noticed that Gov. Tom Corbett was in town on Saturday. I used my print column today to talk about an old axiom. It only proves that in politics, some things don't change. Money talks, everything else walks. Ironically, the governor was in Marcus Hook talking about saving the refineries and the benefits of the state Marcellus Shale boom at the same time that fellow Republican Tom McGarrigle was opening his campaign headquarters in Springfield. McGarrigle will face off with Democrat John Kane for 26th District state Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Sen. Ted Erickson. Corbett should be standing next to the popular McGarrigle every chance he gets this fall, but first they might need to have a discussion on taxing natural gas drillers in the state. McGarrigle wants a 4 percent levy, using the revenue for education. Corbett adamantly opposes such a tax. I'll be interested to see how the governor and McGarrigle interact in the fall. And other thing, just in case you didn't make it to the end of my print column. I am well aware of Corbett's problems,and his standing in the polls. I also know this state's tendencies. We simply do not turn out incumbent governors after one term. It says here that Corbett wins a nailbiter over Wolf in the fall. You heard it here first.