September 21, 2012
That nice Mr. Pawlenty has jumped ship with the election only 46 days from now. Just two weeks before early voting in Iowa begins. He was co-chair of the Romney campaign but, when the ship starts to sink rats jump off in a hurry!
What will Governor Tim do next? Well, say it ain't so, Timmy, he will take a job as a top lobbyist for the financial services roundtable. He stepped down because (I am not making this up) the group of banks and financial services is bipartisan!
Peggy Noonan called for an intervention. David Brooks said Romney is inept. Senate and House candidates are dropping Romney like a hot potato. Almost no one will remain on deck. One can almost hear the splash, splash as they jump into the murky water.
Talk about entitlement! Tommy Thompson did the same thing. Once a poor kid from Elroy, now he is a multi-millionaire in Washington, D.C. Dick Gephardt, Tom Daschle, who are these creeps? Is there no honor in the political game?
I hope Pawlenty falls on his bottom. He starts his new job November 1, just five days before the election. What a jerk!
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It took a GOP presidential candidate to crystallize what the rest of the GOP and their flaks at Faux News have been saying for well over a decade. This is not extraordinary, it is GOP mainstream thought. The fact that rats are leaving a sinking ship should not impress or fool anybody. These rats will say, "honest indian, and cross my heart hope to die, I am not like that". But the are. And that is the knowledge voters need to take into the voting booth this November. Out with them!
-Griebnotz Doerkpfester | (Glad) I Escaped, WI. | September 21, 2012
Well, we still have to vote, but it's bad when even Hitler's giving up on him.
-Mad Hemingway | Heart of Badger country | September 21, 2012
I do not doubt that the financial services roundtable is bipartisan, the banksters have purchased both political parties. Pawlenty is only the latest sleazy politician to jump in the revolving door to wealth through influence peddling. In addition to getting the money out of politics we really need to find a way to eliminate the opportunistic scum.
-Ron | SoCal | September 21, 2012