The DCF girtl’s treatment and detention center in Bridgeport that Gov. Rell vowed yesterday to push through next week’s meeting of the State Bond Commission, is good fodder for Bridgeport politicians. On October 30, they succeeded in delaying the inevitable for a few weeks. They vented during a subsequent public hearing. Now the governor will get what she wants, at the very least because Sen. Eileen Daly, D-Westbrook, co-chairwoman of the legislative Finance Committee will vote for it. All the governor needs is one Democrat. When the issue was tabled by the commission – a very rare occurrence, indeed -amid local complaints that they were blind-sided by the DCF, Daly told the Blogster the facility is needed. So even if Rep. Chris Caruso can persuade other Democrats on the commission, such as Attorney General Dick Blumenthal, to vote against the $15-million, 36,000-square-foot DCF facility, Daly will be Rell’s ace in the hole on January 8. The governor runs the Bond Commission and sets its agenda.