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Running Government Like a Business 0

Margeret Carlson wonders why Mitt the Flip, professional pol, flips off his time as governor of Massachusetts.

Imagine if Harry Truman had run as a haberdasher, or Jimmy Carter as a peanut farmer. The only successful candidate to run as a businessman — it was all he had — was Herbert Hoover. Look where that got us. The last candidate to run with a pointer and a whiteboard was Ross Perot. Enough said.

Read the rest, in which she discusses what the Flipper doesn’t: his record as a governor.


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