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Bad cartoon - Romney's shadow should be in the shape of a vulture.
It is true that Pawlenty destroyed Minnesota and that his accomplishments are next to none. This is why Romney would pick him because it distracts from the REAL issues which the tea party and GOPers are known for. The fact is they are both losers who are completely out of touch with 99% of the USA.
I hope Mitt announces soon so we can go back to forgetting what's his name and the terrible job he did as governor.
Ha-ha! One of your best cartoons ever!
How would you put a shadow in Mark Dayton??? A total non-entity... Absolutely no accomplishments... And just a shadow of a man himself????
Tpaw has a better chance of playing hockey for the MN TAME in Xcel Center. X is what he is and will always be.
Whether or not I vote for Mitt Romney may hinge on his VP pick. He could do worse than Pawlenty. I don't understand the knee-jerk vitriol by so many people towards him. Guess it's just because he's a Republican.
He, Pawlenty, took the snowplows off the metro freeways at night and made most of Minneapolis and St. Paul late for work! A casualty of no new tax pledge.
He didn't govern, all he did was VETO us into a 2nd rate state. He was running for President since his first day as governor. But he failed at governing and that's why we're in damage control right now. Terrible, terrible governor (but a nice guy).
If Sack instead decided to use shoe size to refer to the accomplishment of the VP choice in this cartoon, he could have skipped putting shoes on this pick since he accomplished nothing of value.
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