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April 12th, 2011

The Tale of the Tape

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Written by: Krusty Konservative
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I don’t think I’ve ever poked fun at Congressman Steve King before, so circle today on your calendars.  I was looking at some photos of King’s visit to Mapleton to survey the tornado damage there and noticed that next to his cell phone case, he had a tape measure stuck to his belt.

What the heck did he need a tape measure for?  Was he ready to start with the rebuilding process or something?  Who knows, I got a kick out of it.

Mitt Romney Part Duex

I’m not a huge Mitt Romney fan.  I guess that just means I’m an Iowan.  Anyway, Romney launched his exploratory campaign yesterday.   For a guy who is considered to be the frontrunner nationally, he sure has not looked like it.  He has made very few campaign “campaign” appearances, and he’s been out fundraised by people like Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann.  I also have a hard time expecting someone as “the frontrunner” when they can’t campaign in all 50 states.

Buddy Roemer’s Iowa Problem

Buddy told Fox News that he has an “Iowa Problem” because he is opposed to ethanol subsidies.  Dude, you have a 50 state problem because nobody knows who the hell you are, which might actually be a good thing.

Here are a few things that could hurt out buddy Buddy.

1. He’s on wife number three.
2. Supports Gay Marriage.
3. He vetoed a pro-life bill.
4. He’s pro-gambling.

I wonder why Buddy didn’t mention any of this at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Conference?  Better yet, why was he invited?  He’s as hostile to IFFC’s cause as the gay guy is.

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Krusty Konservative
Herschel Krustofski is the pseudonym for the anonymous author of Krusty Konservative, a blog which focuses on Iowa Politics. Created in February of 2006, Krusty Konservative is the undisputed heavyweight champion of the Iowa blogosphere. Since its conception, Krusty Konservative has never shied from tackling controversial issues, and providing insight to the inner workings of Republican politics in Iowa.




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