Wow!

Another politician saying whatever they have to get what they want. Let me be blunt: Eric, if you didn’t have money from Wall Street could you have afforded to run the ad in the first place?!? I don’t think so.

What a two-faced, hypocrite, misrepresenting, blow dried demagogue, whose view of the economy is anti-aggregate demand – sadly, he’ll probably fit into Washington nicely.

It is no wonder Wisconsin is so often used as a joke by Hollywood.

http://thinkprogress.org/special/2012/04/20/468671/eric-hovde-tarp/

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telliottmbamsc 3 years 41 weeks ago
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Why is it that when I think of Eric Hovde an image of 6 inch heels and a head of hair back-combed so big it could fill a bushel basket comes to mind?

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