Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The way the wind blows

Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill won't be going to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte this September.

Montana Sen. Jon Tester won't be going either.

Plus, Pennsylvania Rep. Mark Critz will be otherwise busy.

New York Rep. Kathy Hochul and New York Rep. Bill Owens have things to do.

As does Utah Rep. Jim Matheson.

Add West Virginia's Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, Sen. Joe Manchin, Sen. Jon Tester, and Rep. Nick Rahall to list of those who will skip the big shrinking convention party.

9 comments:

  1. I will bet the goofy guy from Colorado will be reporting for duty.

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  2. Maybe it's kind of like cancelling passage on the Titanic. I sure hope so!

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    1. Ah on the other hand if the ship goes down it should take as many rats as possible with it.

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    1. Heh- yeah Dean0, narrow it down at least a little bit for us!

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  4. In a related story, Democrat politicians will reportedly have remarkably clean hair and well organized sock drawers the day after the convention...

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  5. I saw this posted regarding the current situation of our country:

    The sign at the national parks says, ”Don't fee the animals because they will get dependent on humans”. Liberals have not figured this out yet!

    I only take credit for passing it along, but it HITS THE MARK!

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  6. Tom,

    At Rocky Mountain National Park there was, for about 100 years, a feed for all manner of critters: birds, chip monks, ground squirrels, etc. Anyone going there would take peanuts, all enjoyed. It was fun to see them all and they were sustained by same. The last time I went there it was forbidden to feed them anymore and therefore there were no more critters to be seen. The Greeines got their way-why!!!!!!!!!

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