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Can’t go wrong if you stay true to yourself.

February 13, 2009


Article: Drudge

“…it has become apparent during this process that this [nomination] will not work for me as I have found that on issues such as the stimulus package and the Census there are irresolvable conflicts for me. Prior to accepting this post, we had discussed these and other potential differences, but unfortunately we did not adequately focus on these concerns. We are functioning from a different set of views on many critical items of policy.
…Obviously the President requires a team that is fully supportive of all his initiatives…”


Man. I swear. It’s so refreshing to see our republican elected officials standing up for what they believe in. Not bending over to compromise their morals and position on a subject just to please his majesty, Barack Hussein Obama. EVERYBODY should be giving a MASSIVE high five to Judd Gregg – senator from New Hampshire for being true to himself. For being true to us. *cheers*

‘I couldn’t be Judd Gregg’

Article: Politico

“…Although one White House aide said he was “blindsided” by the news, another official said the White House knew it was coming Wednesday. Gregg signaled to the White House earlier in week he was having second thoughts and Obama met with him Wednesday at the White House to urge him to stay, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said in an interview.

“Once it became clear after his nomination that Sen. Gregg was not going to be supporting some of President Obama’s key economic priorities, it became necessary for Sen. Gregg and the Obama administration to part ways,” … “We regret that he has had a change of heart”…”

Damn right.

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