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July 18, 2012
Interestingly, it could be a blank website that provides the greatest hint as to who Romney will pick.
The Daily Dot’s Justin Franz • Claiming that Mitt Romney’s vice president might be hinted at simply by reading the social media tea leaves. Their guess? TPaw. Tim Pawlenty? Their evidence: Pawlenty’s site is currently down and has a “Please come back later” message on it, and that he hasn’t updated his main social media outlets in two or more weeks. Bobby Jindal and Rob Portman, the other two candidates suggested to be in the top three, have meanwhile kept their social media presences strong. Will the Web give away the story before Romney can announce it? That’s what The Daily Dot seems to be banking on.
10:27 // 2 years ago
September 21, 2011

Rick Perry hires Tim Pawlenty’s ad guy: Tim Pawlenty didn’t have a lot going for him in the 2012 race, but one thing that was a definite ace in the hole was his ultra-over-the top campaign ads, which evoked the ultra-over-the-top movies of Michael Bay. Now that Pawlenty’s out, guess who hired Lucas Baiano, the guy who made all those ads? That’s right, Rick Perry. Watch his first creation above. What do you think?

10:28 // 3 years ago
September 12, 2011
Looks like CNN took a cue from Tim Pawlenty’s campaign; this intro looks like a movie trailer.

Looks like CNN took a cue from Tim Pawlenty’s campaign; this intro looks like a movie trailer.

20:03 // 3 years ago
August 16, 2011

Tim Pawlenty may no longer be running for president, but his influence on the race continues to be felt. If you don’t believe us, check out this new Ron Paul commercial, which mimics Pawlenty’s wonderful Michael Bay-style campaign ads. Paul’s take is admittedly a bit more toned-down, but the general approach is the same—trick young (or disengaged) voters into thinking they’re watching a movie trailer, then flip it on ‘em and start pitching the candidate. This ad appeals to electability, making the spurious claim that only Ron Paul can defeat President Obama in the general election. It’s an attempt to widen his appeal, which is devoted (to say the least), but still rather narrow. source

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20:32 // 3 years ago
August 14, 2011
I should be happy about this and in some ways I am. I don’t want a conservatism devoted to soothing the culture war base with government aid and support. But a reasonable small government conservative? Someone who does not actually despise government? Someone who can see the fruits of compromise for the body politic as a whole? Tumbleweeds, no? Even Huntsman joined the hands up moment - perhaps the most important single moment in recent GOP politics - when all the candidates declared they would walk away from a debt deal that was 10 - 1 spending cuts to revenue increases. That was when they told us they were an ideological and religious movement, not a party fit for actual government.
Andrew Sullivan, on Tim Pawlenty’s drop and the modern GOP. (via pantslessprogressive)

(Source: pantslessprogressive, via think4yourself)

21:32 // 3 years ago
joshsternberg:

 That was fast.

Girlfriend: He must’ve saw how Michele took that corn dog and was like … I’m outta here!

joshsternberg:

 That was fast.

Girlfriend: He must’ve saw how Michele took that corn dog and was like … I’m outta here!

8:59 // 3 years ago
August 11, 2011
What he said.

What he said.

21:57 // 3 years ago

Scour the Internet, America!

letterstomycountry:

logicallypositive:

pantslessprogressive:

Tim Pawlenty challenged viewers to find an economic plan from President Obama on the web. If you find one, he promises to come to your house and cook you dinner.

When Pawlenty was asked about criticizing Michele Bachmann for her migraines, he said the only headache to question is the headache the President has caused.

Someone is better prepped since the New Hampshire debate.

http://change.gov/agenda/economy_agenda/

done

I want Pad Thai, as spicy as you can make it. So spicy it makes my diarhea burn on the exit.

I have a feeling Tim Pawlenty will be cooking alot of dinner in the near future.

The real question: Will Pawlenty’s idea of cooking dinner be reminiscent of Epic Meal Time?

(Source: pantslessprogressive)

21:34 // 3 years ago
21:23 // 3 years ago
Tim Pawlenty gets off to a rocky start: Chris Wallace pressed pretty hard into Tim Pawlenty, asking if his questioning of Michele Bachmann’s migraines had more to do with his poll numbers than anything else. Pawlenty deflected the aggressive question and tried to turn it around into a criticism of President Obama, but for a candidate who some already suspect of being too timid to rattle sabers on stage, that wasn’t the tact he wanted to show.
(More coverage at DC Decoder!)

Tim Pawlenty gets off to a rocky start: Chris Wallace pressed pretty hard into Tim Pawlenty, asking if his questioning of Michele Bachmann’s migraines had more to do with his poll numbers than anything else. Pawlenty deflected the aggressive question and tried to turn it around into a criticism of President Obama, but for a candidate who some already suspect of being too timid to rattle sabers on stage, that wasn’t the tact he wanted to show.

(More coverage at DC Decoder!)

21:23 // 3 years ago