Pawlenty looks to next chapter in autobiography

  • Article by: KEVIN DIAZ , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 7, 2011 - 7:43 PM

Rooted in heartland values, the former governor sets the stage for a potential White House bid.

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th3171Jan. 6, 11 7:11 PM

Maybe he should have titled it "Bridges Fall".

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th3171Jan. 6, 11 7:12 PM

I'd while I'm at it, call it "I enjoy pardoning repeat sex offenders".

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falcon1665Jan. 6, 11 7:15 PM

If he was a God fearing man his political mantra wouldn't be "Screw the poor."

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markc1Jan. 6, 11 7:24 PM

Thank goodness he's not head of this state anymore, he's a rich man butt kisser and the only reason he had a second term is because of some rich neocon from TX. who sent him money to swift-boat Hatch!

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hfnorthJan. 6, 11 7:26 PM

Please, this twit needs to leave the stage now! His time in the limelight is over, and anything he does from now on (books, public speaking) is nothing more than posturing for an impossibility; being in the White House. Just go away Timmy boy.

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vegas2112Jan. 6, 11 7:27 PM

"If I can help to shape America's future for the better in any small way, then it is my duty, and my honor to serve in whatever capacity I can," ================================================= Stay away from public office and go create private sector jobs.

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paulpalin12Jan. 6, 11 7:31 PM

He must have skipped over Matthew 25: 31-46. “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

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hahaha99Jan. 6, 11 7:32 PM

He's just another anti-gay Bible banging Republican bigot.

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tuxedo01Jan. 6, 11 7:35 PM

Tim Pawlenty, Worst. Governor. Ever.

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horsefilmsJan. 6, 11 7:35 PM

Why do Republicans feel the need to cling to archaic religious beliefs? Most of them seem to be faking it anyway.

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