Skip to comments.Patrick says dinner with prez is no job interview
Posted on 11/10/2012 8:30:50 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
The attorney generals job or a seat on the Supreme Court wasnt officially on the menu last night as Gov. Deval Patrick had dinner at the White House with President Obama.
Or so Patrick says.
In a different time and place and under different circumstances, Id like to work in the administration, but thats not this time, Patrick said yesterday while at the ground-breaking for the new $244 million rebuild of the Fore River Bridge on the Quincy-Weymouth line.
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Patrick is being interviewed as Obama’s successor. The D’s know they can’t win without the complete black vote and those chances are better with a black candidate.
Patrick is Barack’s “mini-me.” His legal career in the Clinton Administration focused on absurd community-organizing type initiatives for prison inmates. Another genius who would steer our futures, who needed multiple cracks at passing the bar exam. He got it on the third try.
A number of BO’s 2008 campaign slogans and phrasing were first developed for Patrick’s campaigns.
What a way to run a country.
Now isn’t the time? Oh, yeah, sure. You want a bridge? I have a bridge for sale.
I don't think he can make it past the committee ~ even Chucky Schumer has some limits.
It sucks living in MA.
It would be great if “Coupe” Deval “Mini-Me” Patrick Left MA For Wasington but then we get stuck with Tim “Crash” Murray as governor.
Patrick might also be eyeballing Kerry’s seat if that useless sack gets Hillary’s job.
Unfortunately here in MA most of those D’s on the ballot are running unopposed.
Not that it matters, a ham sandwich could win office as long as that D was next to it’s name.
I typically have to turn in a 3/4 blank ballot every election.
This past election here really made me sick.
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