Tim Pawlenty forgot the funniest joke at the RNC

Gov. Tim Pawlenty told a lot of jokes last night at the RNC, but he forgot the funniest one. The one where Mitt Romney became governor for one term, and as governor his state was 47th out of 50 in job creation, including a negative gain in private sector jobs, 1st in the nation in per capita debt, raised taxes and “fees” by $750 million a year, outsourced jobs to India, and passed a healthcare program that Obamacare was based on.  That one is hilarious!

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One thought on “Tim Pawlenty forgot the funniest joke at the RNC”

  1. Let’s a least give Mitt Romney credit for the obvious … Tim Pawlenty is a horrible speaker. Over the past few months, I have listened to a number of rumored VP possibilities and Pawlenty was by far the worst … Rubio was the best.

    Yet, we should not be focusing on “funniest” joke, but instead on the joke being played on the American voters which is the GOP platform.
    The Great Opportunity Party, as they called themselves in it, offers a tax policy that :
    — reduces marginal tax rates by 20 percent across-the-board in a revenue-neutral manner;
    — eliminates the taxes on interest, dividends,and capital gains altogether for lower and middle-income taxpayers;
    — ends the Death Tax;
    Further, they offer a labor policy that privatizes the Post Office and provides for a National Right to Work law and ends PLAs …
    a cut of 10% of the federal workforce (which may be difficult since Romney wants to add 100,000 military and most likely wants to maintain the Border Patrol program …
    a requirement to prove citizenship to vote and to end voting by mail which is used in some parts of Minnesota, Utah, Washington, …
    — and so much more.

    It matters more who you vote for the House of Representatives than for President … John Kline will follow orders (either refusing Obama proposals to reform Education if Obama wins or forcing Romney to embrace the GOP platform if Romney wins) so electing Mike Obermueller can have a greater impact on your families life than whomever the President is.

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