posted on Sep, 22 2012 @ 10:38 PM
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
Well, I like to leave my personal politics out of the discussion unless I think it is necessary to include them, but there is no arguing that this is
indeed 'news worthy'. But there are people like you, who are always expected to chime in, that downplay certain events like this because it isn't
fitting to their subjective viewpoint. What if this was David Axelrod or some other Obama campaign chairperson? Still not newsworthy?
I'm honestly not sure why he chose to do this now, would the job not have still been there for him when the campaign was over? And as I stated in my
OP, tons and tons of political analysts have pointed out that Pawlenty would almost definitely have a job, and not just any job but one of high
office, in a Romney White House. It isn't like he is leaving a 'one month job', he is kind of opting out of serious consideration for a political
appointment. So why now? Is he really giving up? If so, I would think that would send quite the message to Romney's supporters and the rest of the
From '08 I've been saying Romney would be the GOP nominee, chosen to lose against Obama, and although I cannot really think of a reason why all of
these people would waste so much of their time and deliberately throw a race... it seriously looks that way.
I don't know. Waiting until the end of the election period would have been a win-win for Pawlenty, no? Romney wins, he gets a great job. Romney loses,
he goes and heads the Financial Services Roundtable. I can't believe this was some urgent opportunity that he had to leave a presidential campaign
for. Especially since Obama must be defeated at all costs since he is the anti-Christ and ruining our country with his socialist policies and all, you
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