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Pawlenty out, Perry in, what next?

Bachmann wins Iowa straw poll.  Big deal?  I don’t know.

Ron Paul finishes second in IA.  The Paulestinians will likely crow about this.

Rick Perry formally announces his entry into the 2012 field.

Pawlenty drops out.  He could be a good pick for VP for Perry or Romney, though I doubt the latter would pick him after his “Obamneycare” quip.  Rumor has it that the MN GOP is recruiting him to run for the Senate next year against unaccomplished freshman Amy Klobuchar.

You’d like to think that at 39% approval, B.O. loses to any of these people, despite Debbie Whatshername Schmuck’s absurd assertions to the contrary that he’s in “remarkably good shape“.  Only time will tell.

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August 15, 2011 - Posted by | Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Michelle Bachmann, Minnesota, Obama, polls, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty

6 Comments »

  1. Wasserman Shultz’s comments are expected. She’s a true believer and toes the party line. In the Soviet Union when people were starving and lined up for hours for 1/2 a sausage and 1/4 loaf of bread, the General Secretariat was praising the success of the Communist system. It’s the same here. 9.2% unemployment, 18% actual unemployment, 40% unemployment among minorities, .4% growth in GDP, More people on some sort of public aid now than in the Great Depression. All is well because the leader says it’s so!

    Obama has hot to go!

    Comment by Steve | August 15, 2011

  2. I’d love to see a Perry/Rubio or Perry/West ticket.

    After watching Perry over the weekend, it has to be painfully obvious to the left how completely UNpresidential and embarassingly weak their Marxist overlord is.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | August 15, 2011

  3. After watching Ron Paul in the debate the other night, I have come to the conclusion that he is not only clueless and dangerous but he is also exhibiting evidence of being an “old fart”, shaky hands, etc. He could not weather a term in the White House much less two. This coming from a fellow old fart who knows one when he sees one.

    Paul has one or two good ideas but his supporters need to get grip and return to the real world.

    I was so happy when Rick Perry threw his hat in the ring I almost had an organism…..or what ever we used to call those things that made you feel good.

    Comment by Dux | August 15, 2011

  4. Ron Paul finishes second in IA. The Paulestinians will likely crow about this.
    😆 He does seem to have a boisterous crowd that follows him everywhere.

    Comment by Spinny Liberal | August 15, 2011

  5. That’s what concerns me about the crank, Spinny. He could shoot up a busload of schoolkids, and the Paulestinians would say that the little snot-nosed b#stards had it coming to them.

    Comment by crushliberalism | August 15, 2011

  6. KG I’d like to see a Perry/Pawlenty or Perry/Rubio ticket too.

    Comment by tnjack | August 15, 2011


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