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Timmy will need more than cash to win the presidency.
I'll keep this real short. I wouldn't give T-Paw a
cookie. I can almost bet there are a lot thinking the same thing.
I was planning to donate $500, but with some various funding shifts, I have the donation down to zero.
He's such a dark horse it seems strange that he would continue to attempt to run without elevating his national profile. Who knows? Maybe he'll surprise us all when the race really starts to heat up.
Tim Pawlenty would make a terrible President. Nuff said.
I've unallotted my support for him. Wish he would lose that smirking official photo too.
Who is advising Pawlenty.
Whoever it is, is giving him bad advice to continue his Presidental trip.
He is a nobody relative to Presidental material. He is doing this only to be known in the Republican hierarchy and feed both his and his close followers their ego.
Wow - Mess up a state, lie to gullible souls that you can cheap out on taxes and still get good government and then you get to run for president. What a country!
Pawlenty has all the charisma of wet cardboard.
He is such a nice young man, so earnest, so sincere. Wait, my spidy sense tells me there will be growing interest in the concept of passive-aggressive behavior should he ever raise that national profile of his. That's right, the personality of an Eddie Haskell-type who can say all the polite things when the camera is on, then go bully the poor and the sick when your back is turned. That's TP in a nutshell. Minnesota Nice with fingers crossed behind his back.
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