Monday, July 10, 2006

I Didn't Think of It, Therefore I Hate It

Pat Bauer now opposes not only Republican ideas, but Senate Democrats' ideas as well.

To be fair, he doesn't oppose all plans, only those for ethics reform through bi-partisan control of salary and districting decision.

Bauer opposes bi-partisan decision-making. You heard it here first.

3 Comments:

Blogger torporific said...

You're absolutely right. I've noticed this pattern for a while. The Statehouse Democrats will only advance after they dump this hack.

4:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's back! Oh no! I thought he went home to South Bend for the recess to suck off the public trough some more (via Ivy Tech) and research hair plugs...please, please make it stop!

Bi partisan cooperation? Nonsense! He's as blatantly partisan as his father was in the same seat. St.Joe County, if this is the best you can send to Indy, you look pretty stupid.

Garton's (finally) gone...how many other old hacks will go soon? Whatever the party, it's time for fresh air in the Statehouse. This guy is a joke.

4:47 PM  
Blogger Jezebella said...

Who needs hair plugs when baldness can be covered up by toupe's made from the skin of large rodents?

11:17 AM  

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